Rehab Addict Episodes

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Rehab Addict Season 3 episodes

Kitchen Breakthrough Season 3, Episode 13

Nicole faces the difficult task of giving the kitchen a more functional layout. read more

Breaking the Woodwork Rules Season 3, Episode 10

Nicole begins sanding and stripping the intricate woodwork of the Case Avenue house. read more

A Yellow and Brown Mess Season 3, Episode 9

Nicole replaces the brown and yellow paint job on the exterior of a home. On the inside, the arduous task of clearing the house of leftover junk awaits. read more

Total Transformation Season 3, Episode 8

Nicole focuses on finishing the exterior of the Dollar House. read more

Salvaged Back Yard Season 3, Episode 7

Nicole begins the process of clearing the yard of debris, salvaging whatever material she can. read more

Floors, Floors, Floors Season 3, Episode 6

Nicole adds new walls, ceilings and floors in the Dollar House's bedrooms and staircase. read more

Sensational Second Floor Season 3, Episode 12

Nicole continues to renovate the Dollar House. read more

Five-Star Foyer Season 3, Episode 11

Nicole continues to work on home-renovation projects. read more

Bathroom Rebuild Season 3, Episode 5

Nicole renovates a grimy bathroom to include white subway tile and a repurposed vanity. Also: a front-porch makeover. read more

A Mantle to Remember Season 3, Episode 4

Nicole builds a new fireplace mantle and restores the hardwood floors in the living and dining rooms of the Dollar House. read more

Bugs, Birds and Bad Plumbing Season 3, Episode 3

Renovations are delayed by leaky pipes and unwelcome house guests. read more

Faulty Foundation Season 3, Episode 2

Nicole restores the foundation of a crumbling home and incorporates its original bricks into the new design. read more

Shoebox Bathroom Season 3, Episode 1

Nicole renovates a tiny bathroom. read more

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Premiered: October 14, 2010, on HGTV
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: Historic homes in Minneapolis and Detroit that have seen better days are renovated.


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