Steven and Shelley Stockton want to add a hallway in their home since they currently have to go through a bathroom, a bedroom and a closet to get to their daughter's bedroom. Their plan is to add an exterior hallway in seven days on a budget of $2,500.
Jason Cruze loves renovation projects, but he has a tendency to start them and leave them incomplete. As a Christmas present for his wife Allison, Jason wants to completely redo their bathroom. But he's getting started just a few days before the holidays.
Tom Gerlach wants to replace his old, rotten deck for a fresh new one to open up the possibilities in his back yard. Tom has three days off of work to demolish his old deck and build a new one with the help of his friend Dave. With little knowledge of construction or deck architecture, Tom has $2000 to build a new backyard.
Russ and Ashley Walker bought a home that was once a grocery store, and they've volunteered it to be featured in a historic home tour that kicks off in just four days. They want to show off their home with more openness and light by tearing down walls in the living room and kitchen. However, due to their work schedules, they are only able to work at night and are feeling the pressure as the opening of the home tour nears.
As a single man in a new home, Matt Martin wants to renovate his entire kitchen, but he only has the help of his mom Jan. Hoping to complete this renovation with just $3000, Matt wants a functional space that will also impress the ladies.
Bruce Bogartz wants to demolish the counter in his restaurant because it only seats seven people. So, he recruits his business partner and his sous chef - one of whom is an experienced builder - to help him install a larger counter that's more aesthetically pleasing to his patrons.
Tony and Terri Lee are an artistic, fun loving couple who are frustrated with their out of date kitchen. They plan to completely renovate their lackluster kitchen themselves saving them money. Tony even plans to build the cabinets himself. But, can a tool naive Terri handle the challenge of a kitchen remodel?
Todd and Jo Willis are a young couple who want to increase the value of their 1920's home by adding a master bedroom and bathroom. They figure the best place for a master suite is in their spacious attic. However, in an older home, surprises often lurk in the floors and ceilings. With only days for the renovation, the problems they encounter make them realize that constructing their dream suite is no breeze.
Minnie Goode and Lauren Armstrong are best friends and roommates who are at risk of losing their security deposit and their apartment due to their pet stains on the carpet. It's become a stained and smelly eyesore that has to be removed if the girls want to stay, and they have only a couple of days before the landlord comes to inspect. Problems plague the pair as they attempt to install new hardwood floors themselves, but they must perform with persistence if they're to avoid eviction.
Roommates Barbara Morris and Cindy Higby plan to transform an unused room in their home into an art studio. Despite their inexperience, Barbara and Cindy are determined to get the studio up and running themselves, without any input from the construction workers who are adding on a new level to the home.
Brandon and Anna England are anxious to renovate the fixer-upper they recently purchased. They want to start by building a new deck in their backyard where they can entertain family and friends. The only problem is, before they can start, they must first get rid of thousands of bees under their house.
When Shae and Katie Hinson bought their new home, Shae jumped right into renovating the outdated kitchen. Unfortunately, it was more than he had bargained for, leaving the kitchen unusable and forcing Katie and their two young children to move in with the in-laws. Shae now vows to complete this disastrous kitchen so the family can move back home.
Cave and Jenny Wilson want to update their old kitchen, and one of their most ambitious ideas is to run a beer line from their first floor to the second floor kitchen. They plan to salvage the existing cabinets and install the beer line themselves to save money.
Coming in 2019