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September 24th

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THE TRIANGLE DECK

What do you do when you have a hard with a strange shape? If you’re Paul you take full advantage of it. In this episode Paul takes a pie shape yard and creates a triangle-shaped deck to compliment it. The deck has three areas that all encourage huge parties. There’s a built-in bbq area with an outdoor fridge, a large dining area and a gorgeous lounge with comfy furniture, beautiful custom metal privacy screens and lights to warm up cold nights. Homeowners John and Olga now have the backyard space they’ve always wanted.
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THE AWNING DECK

After ten years of living with an empty backyard, Kenneth and Tutran realize it’s time to turn their backyard patch of grass into a family escape. With two young children, they want their deck to be multi-faceted – enough space for the adults to entertain, but also with a shaded place to relax as they watch the kids play. Paul comes up with a three-deck layout that includes a dining zone with a covered BBQ, a central lounge deck with curved cedar beams and a retractable awning, and a secondary lounge area to soak up the sun. There is plenty of room on this innovative deck for Kenneth and Tutran’s young family to grow into.
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THE MOAT DECK

As busy parents always running two active kids to and from soccer games and tournaments, Lionel and Sonia want a true backyard oasis for the adults to enjoy. Going all in, they enlist Paul to completely remake their entire backyard! The makeover includes a unique circular island deck that is surrounded by waterfalls and a moat, and a complete outdoor kitchen and dining zone. With a pergola topped by shade sails and backed by decorative privacy screens, this deck provides Lionel and Sonia a true exotic escape from their suburban setting.
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THE FIRE TABLE DECK

Tamara and Steve have big dreams for their shaded backyard – they want a modern style deck that can accommodate dinner parties for up to thirty people! Paul is up for the challenge and builds a multi-level modern masterpiece, complete with a large dining and bar area, two shady lounge zones and a second story BBQ walkout. Twin fire tables and a built-in lighting and sound system mean Tamara and Steve can entertain outdoors almost the entire year round.
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300p

My Floating Home

TINY SHANTY HOUSE, MAINE, USA 

A team builds an innovative ‘tiny’ floating home in Seattle. Steve King and his friend Rick Keith meet up in Maine every year to restore old boats. Now Steve wants to move there full time by building his very own tiny float home. Using recycled materials they build a shanty-style houseboat on a catamaran hull. The homemade hulls must be carefully sealed or the houseboat will sink. Making up the design as they go along, the two friends visit a marine salvage yard and even find some windows left by the roadside to put the finishing touches to their Shanty House Boat. Completed in just two months, they then must jack it up onto a trailer and take it to the waters edge. Here is the moment of truth. With no idea whether it will sink or float they watch as it inches into the water. It floats but the risky test is to navigate it out into open ocean as they take it to its mooring in Portland. The maiden voyage is a success and Steve takes us around his novel new floating man cave, complete with drawers made out of vegetable crates and a bathroom built down into one of the floating catamaran hulls! We leave him sitting on his sun deck taking in his million dollar sea views, all for just $10,000!
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SKY VIEW HOUSE, MOORDRECHT THE NETHERLANDS

A couple builds a super long floating home deep in the heart of canal country. This water loving couple live on a old steam ship and decide it’s time to modernise. They want a float home to join a small but well-established community of floating homes on a canal, south of the capital Amsterdam in the Netherlands. After meeting with a builder who is an expert in constructing float homes they decide on a wish list for their home, which includes; a raised roof with a 360 sky view, a modern open plan living space and a wraparound deck to enjoy the surrounding countryside. The biggest challenge to design a float home in the Netherlands is to make sure that the structure can make the journey to it’s mooring site. A float home must fit through a network of narrow and shallow canals with tight locks and low bridges. It’s a nail biting experience as Wout and Lydia home makes it way through these waterways. Some sections are so tight with only a few centimetres to spare on either side that only hands and feet can move the home forward. Finally the home makes it to it’s mooring. Wout and Lydia show us round their spectacular home with it’s modern open plan living area leading out onto the wraparound deck with stunning views of the idyllic rural setting.
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MEGA HOUSEBOAT, NOTTINGHAM, UK

A couple builds an experimental oversized houseboat so they can take their home with them anywhere on the vast network of canals that crisscross the UK. Janet and Dwayne have never lived on the water before – nor even driven a boat. So taking the plunge and building their own dream floating home from scratch is a huge challenge. On their wish list are; a spare bedroom, large kitchen-diner, and en-suite in the master bedroom. Export boat-builder Les Robinson guides them through the entire operation from the design, through to build and launch. Work begins with the huge steel hull, which Les gives a traditional high-gloss paint job before fitting a high-spec interior. This includes a bathroom with a bathtub – something never normally fitted on a boat – which causes Les a few headaches. After launching the vast vessel, brand new skippers Janet and Dwayne have to navigate it up a busy waterway to their permanent mooring, without crashing into the bank or other boats. Once safely docked, Janet and Dwayne proudly show us the end result - a stunning and huge houseboat, bigger than almost anything else on the canal system. They have a luxurious master bedroom complete with en-suite and bath, as well as a spare double bedroom and additional shower. A spacious kitchen diner complete with wood worktops, and a six-seat breakfast bar makes for a comfy and luxurious heart of the home. And the finishing touch – their beautiful floating home is completely mobile.
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FLOATING LOG HOME, PORTLAND, USA

This episode follows a couple build a traditional-style floating home built on logs. Milt and Judi Taylor want to swap their Oregon apartment for a wooden float home in the forests surrounding Portland.  It’s a job for Rick Maddams who designs and builds them a traditional log float, a principle hundreds of years old, that's almost died out in an age of polystyrene and concrete. The timber will last for at least 100 years under the water. The only problem, as the house is built on top of the log floating lattice, the weight pushes down and it starts to sink. Some quick thinking, they call diver, Miguel, to the mooring. He must add flotation devices to the underneath of the float to lift the house back up out of the water.  No mean feat with zero visibility and freezing cold water.  Once the house is floating steady, Rick presses on and single-handedly builds a wooden framed one and a half levels home on top of the float. Cheaper than a full double story, the upper half level will be Milt and Judi’s bonus en suite bedroom with views across to Mount Hood.  Winter turns to spring and the Taylors have to move into a trailer for the remainder of the build. It’s worth it in the end when they finally move in, complete with Judi's upright piano, balancing the weight as they go, to keep the house level. The result, a dream remote river home, built pioneer style, and a new life as residents in a unique floating home community. 
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Tiny Floating Home

Trish Urquhart and Richard Beynon have fallen in love with the UK’s waterways through many years of holidaying in their narrowboat, ‘Patience.’ This episode follows their radical decision to sell their massive house in South Africa and build a bespoke floating home on the River Great Ouse in Bedfordshire.
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Historic Cargo Ship Home

Aart Simons and Nanouk Kropman met through a shared love of sailing! To fulfill their dream of living on water, they've bought a disused 1950’s Dutch Cargo Ship. Their journey to transforming this 65-year-old hunk of metal will be a logistical, financial, and emotional rollercoaster ride. 
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Scope Of Work

Jeff heads to San Diego to meet a new client with million dollar condos. At the same time, Jenni reveals that she and her husband have decided to try for a second baby. Problems with Jeff's contractor arise when they push to change the way they have done business for 15 years.
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Trouble In Paradise

Jeff and Gage have had a great year with their business and personal relationship...until now. From failing to adequately mourn the loss of their beloved cat, Stewie, to the stress of the move, things start to go wrong and tensions become unbearable.
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The House That Jeff Built

After years of trying to start a family, Jeff and Gage (with Jenni in tow) meet the woman they asked to carry their baby for the first time. However, the constant bickering between Gage and Zoila has become intolerable, leaving Jeff to hesitate on bringing home a newborn. Meanwhile, Jeff is looking to buy more properties and expand the flipping side of his business.
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Appetite For Demolition

Jeff is back to house flipping and facing bigger challenges than ever. After a lucrative job with a furniture company and business with high-end clients take an unexpected turn, Jeff Lewis and company are determined to find new clients. Their own life turns into chaos, however, when Jeff moves the gang into a current flip that is still under construction!
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Todo Limpio

Jeff and Gage head to the doctor's office with their surrogate, Alexandra, for the implantation of their embryos. Meanwhile, Jenni is struggling to balance being a working mother, as she is tasked with keeping one of Jeff's newest clients happy while trying to make her first parent-teacher conference. With Jeff and Jenni away, Zoila takes over as House Manager.
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