A homeowner who tore down a wall, not know it was holding up the roof, fears her house is going to collapse. But that isn't her only problem: There's 14 layers of wallpaper and banged-up cupboards that need to be addressed.
A homeowner tries to make up for a lack of construction skills with creative renovations, including a staircase baluster fixed with hockey sticks. Also: He finds new uses for trailer lights and a microphone stand, but can't escape criticism for the large holes apparent throughout his abode.
A homeowner in Oakville, Ont., has an estimated 367 renovation projects started, but none completed. Making matters worse is the fact that he doesn't have a kitchen or a living room and he's missing a weight-bearing wall, plus he has to go to the basement to do his dishes.
A hardworking father of three uses spray foam to tackle repairs in his fourth-generation farmhouse, which is why he needs an expert renovator to help with holes in the ceilings, windows that don't properly work and a front door that is nailed shut.