Kristen and Scott Thomas have a low-end budget of just $3,000 and some high end kitchen upgrades in mind. By doing most of their own labor can they make their budget work or will their project break the bank?
Tyler Depew and Tia Pedrett decide that on a $4,000 budget, a garage workshop is a more realistic remodel than refinishing their basement. Will their equity boost make a garage upgrade worthwhile or will this end up as a pet project?
Just about every room in Ted Hagan and Jennifer Martz's turn of the century house is updated, except their galley kitchen. Can they keep their remodel under the cost of their return or will a completely new kitchen send them over their $15,000 budget?
A $50,000 budget is the starting point for Kathy and Aaron Zimmer's addition. But with a luxury master bedroom/bathroom suite in mind, will they be able to keep their renovation within the neighborhood specs or will they price themselves out of the market?
Jason and Laura Dickman have a couple home improvement projects that need their attention. With only $7,000, finishing their basement is out of the question, but by doing most of the work themselves, can they keep a high-end backyard within their budget?
A complete kitchen overhaul is what Heather Watson and Chad Karns need. But will a brand new kitchen and some high-end appliances price this couple out of their neighborhood?
Eric and Lisa Smith make a bold decision to split their master bedroom in two, and struggle to squeeze a full bath into a closet. Can they stick to their $10,000 budget and make this remodel pay off?
Reggie and Victoria Grotewiel purchased a fixer-upper home for a steal! And renovating room by room their first big, and most equity building project, is the kitchen. But with just $10,000 and a quickly approaching wedding, will they be done in time and under budget?
Scott and Kristen Thomas have just $5,000 to turn their cookie cutter master bathroom into a spectacular retreat. But, will adding character cost more than it's worth?
Tim and Dawn Cassaday have big plans for their new house. They can either finish the basement or their yard but with a 12,000 budget, they'll get the most bang for their buck in the backyard building an 800 square foot deck, pergola and water feature.
Steve and Kim Busheff have $60,000 to remodel their 1960's ranch house. But, will it be enough to gut everything and remodel the bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen?
Charlie and Julie Buchanan drop more than $20,000 finishing their attic bedroom. But a surprise mid-construction costs them thousands more. Will their dramatic choices help or hurt the homes value?
Homeowners Eddy Koss and Joan Fanganello are sinking $20,000 into their outdated kitchen. But, delays and complications turn this basic remodeling job into epic challenge.