Entertaining show about saving beautiful old doors, stained glass, floors, mantels, etc. from buildings that are slated to be torn down. The crew works hard to ensure future generations can enjoy the wonderful craftsmanship of the past.
Homeowners decide that their houses don't fit their lifestyle anymore, but whether they stay or go depends on experts Hilary Farr and David Visentin. Will they love their newly renovated home, or will they list it to buy another?
Nicole Curtis is saving historic houses, one broken-down fireplace at a time. Working in Detroit and Minneapolis, Nicole takes ramshackle homes from the wrecking ball to their original ... See full summary »
House flippers purchase run down, almost condemned frame houses that have been set for demolition to make way for larger homes. They move the houses to an auction lot where they renovate the houses and sell at auction.
Toni Snow Barksdale,
Adventurers and their teams battle Mother Nature to build unique homes in remote areas. From Montana to the North Pole, from yurts to log cabins to Earthships, will they build in time to beat their deadlines?
In every episode of Masters of Flip, house-flipping experts Kortney & Dave Wilson breathe new life into one old, rundown Nashville home. With limited timelines and even tighter budgets, ... See full summary »
Julia comes home to spend the holidays with her family running their inn only to get caught up in a longstanding feud with a rival business. To complicate matters, the competition is an irresistible guy called Ryan.
Love the show. One of the best of my favorite. But the commercials are so close together and so often It really detoured me away from this show. Sadly I no longer watch this show because of the more frequent advertising commercials. If it wasn't for that I look forward to watching all the time. This show surely hold the record for watching more commercials than the show it's self.
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