Season 2, Episode 4

Victims of Theft Are Given a $20,000 Makeover Transforming Their Home From Dilapidated to Grand in Curb Appeal: The Block's Most Dramatic Reveal Yet

Bridgette and Deric Long were so excited when they realized they were going to be able to buy Deric's family home. They are the third generation to occupy this home in the upscale, established neighborhood of Washington Park, Georgia. Tears of joy quickly turned to tears of sorrow when they arrived at the home to find it gutted by looters. Copper pipes and electrical wiring were all gone. Shortly after, Deric lost his job and Bridgette's work as a real estate agent was slowed considerably due to the economy. They've spent everything to make the home inhabitable and now their curb appeal is nonexistent. Everyone else on their block has beautiful homes with manicured landscaping and they want to fit in with their beautiful neighborhood. They need Curb Appeal: The Block's help, and quick!
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