After months of restoration, Brent races against the clock to finish work without breaking the bank on the run-down 1920s house he bought. He also works on a project across town transforming part of a client's property into a big fire pit.
Brent and team restore a 1951 Century Sea Maid wooden power boat and uncover escape tunnels that, during the 1930s and '40s, led to a secret underground casino frequented by movie stars and gangsters. At the Willing Avenue project, Brent must decide whether to restore the home's kitchen the way it was or change things in order to maximize his profit.
Brent restores a turn-of-the-century pool table found in the basement of an historic home, and accepts a challenge from a local bar owner to work on a secret door that leads to an underground speakeasy. Later, he touches up a giant classic Palladian Window.
Brent restores an early 20th-century wooden caboose for the Texas State Railroad; and his friend Dale ropes him into helping rebuild a long-abandoned funeral home. Meanwhile, the exterior brickwork at the historic house on Willing Avenue is falling off and the top of the house must be leveled before any interior work can begin.
Brent restores a large, underground Prohibition-era vault that he plans to turn into a speakeasy, and later, creates a unique front door for a difficult client's historic home. Meanwhile, the entire team dives into restoring the 1920s house Brent recently purchased and wants to flip.
The work of a Texas-based restoration specialist begins with a job rebuilding an original column from the front of a 1900s home. Later, he travels to a living-history farm from the 1850s to look at an old barn, and then tours a "virgin property" whose grounds and buildings haven't been touched in decades.