A couple who don't have time to search for a new home between being busy entrepreneurs and parents of teenagers, reach out to Drew and Jonathan Scott because they've outgrown their awkward townhouse and it's time for a change.
Two brothers pool their resources to buy a dog-friendly property. Once the demolition begins, expensive problems are uncovered, but family members offer to help out in order to save some money. Also: Jonathan comes up with a solution for a dated ceiling.
A couple find that their downtown condo has turned into pure chaos with two dogs and a baby added to the mix, which has them turning to Drew and Jonathan for help finding a spacious family property with a large backyard and plenty of room to grow. Among the obstacles the brothers have to deal with: a fear of renovations; and a series of worst-case scenarios.
A couple who are reluctant to compromise on their suburban dream home get a reality check from Drew and Jonathan, who encourage their clients to buy a fixer-upper with a handsome frame. Later, a shrunken renovation budget means finding creative ways to save money.
A couple tackle a major renovation, including a faulty subfloor, after an unexpected move with their two teenage daughters. The main challenge for Jonathan is figuring out how to transform a fixer-upper into the rustic-meets-modern home of their dreams.