3 Reasons Why You Don’t Want to Miss the Season Premiere of Boise Boys

Clint and Luke are back for a second season and you’re going to love the premiere episode.

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If you haven’t seen Boise Boys, meet your new favorite show on HGTV. Home renovators Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell turn eyesore properties in the Boise, Idaho area into dream homes complete with upcycled goodies and custom DIY décor. The two are total opposites, but they make a great team and it’s fun to watch the two friends navigate the challenges and unexpected obstacles of home renovation—especially in this premiere. Here are three reasons you’ll love the start of the new season.

A Boise Boys First

In addition to a full home renovation, Clint and Luke tackle a first in their careers: a massive treehouse! It’s exactly the type of hideout you wish you had as a kid with a rope-pull door and built-in bench. And in a network first, the boys are gifted a “free” home, but it comes with a catch. It’s eight feet up in the air with nowhere to go. Tune in to see if Clint and Luke take a risk on this free, floating home.

Building the treehouse at the Farmhouse brings together Clint Robertson’s family (right), and Luke Caldwell’s family (left), as seen on HGTV’s Boise Boys.

A Family Affair

Clint and Luke are all about their families. And in the season premiere, they bring in their sons to help—from the design process to construction. Luke takes his son Tucker with him to shop for tile. And both Boise Boys bring their boys to help build the treehouse. It’s heartwarming to watch Clint’s sons help Luke’s younger sons hammer in nails.

And Seriously Savvy Upcycling

One of the best parts of Boise Boys is the clever DIYs that Luke and Clint come up with, and this episode is no exception. Luke gets his hands on a gigantic, 20-foot church pew and Clint turns it into stunning, custom banquet seating for the home’s new eat-in kitchen. It’s definitely one of the largest upcycles we’ve seen on the show. And, in a surprising twist, Luke repurposes leftover brick from a fireplace in the kitchen. It’s something we don’t typically see in kitchen design, but we love it.

Don’t miss the premiere episode of Boise Boys Wednesday, April 24 at 11|10c. Can’t wait? Catch up on episodes from the first season here.

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