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Upcoming episodes

Apr 16th
1000a

The Low Curve Deck

Andrew and Shirley built their dream home. But their plans and their work ended at the backdoor. Enter Paul and the crew who are coming in to completely transform the empty backyard. There will be curves, there will be shade from the sun, there will be a hot tub and even a changing room. Did we mention the sandbox?
Apr 16th
1030a

The Deck That’s Narrow

Heather and Luke are nice people, but their backyard kinda sucks. In this episode, Paul is going to achieve one of his greatest transformations – turning a boring bowling alley backyard into multi-area, multi-purpose oasis. There’s a deck, there’s a pergola, there’s a shed. It’s a beautiful transformation that even took Paul by surprise.
Apr 16th
1100a

The Grown-up Deck

Kim and Brad just spent a lot of time and money laying down stone in their backyard. They built a nice sitting pad, but they want more. And they want Paul to design and build whatever “more” means. Here’s the catch – Paul has to keep their stone sitting pad and incorporate it into his design. No problem. He can do that. He can add a shed. And he can have a water feature competition with Jeff. No biggie.
Apr 16th
1130a

The Sideways Deck

David and Brenda have a weird backyard. It’s large… but it’s sideways. Right now, only the dog makes regular use of the space… and that’s just wasteful. Enter Paul and the crew who build an amazing deck that includes a bar built into a tree, a grilling area, a sitting area and a smattering of bamboo.
Apr 16th
1100p

THE WHOLE FAMILY DECK

Judy and Mick have lived in their home for over 40 years. They have a beautiful backyard and a deck that has seen better days. Now that they have five grandchildren who spend the summers at their home, they want to re-vamp their space into something that the whole family can enjoy. Paul decides to start from scratch and replace their old deck with a three-level space that has a bbq area, a sit-down bar, a dining space, a huge lounge with a sectional sofa, a fire table and a gorgeous cedar pergola overhead. After 40 years Judy and Mick will have the family space they’ve always dreamed of.
Apr 16th
1130p

THE DO-OVER DECK

Anne and Dave love their home, but they’re ready for a new deck. The deck has some sentimental value because Dave built it 20 years ago with Anne’s father. Paul decides to try and keep some of Dave’s original structure but gives the deck a facelift – plus a few extra touches. In this episode we see a deck completely transformed into an entertainer’s dream. There’s a bbq area with built-in counters, a lounge zone that looks out over the pool and a spectacular circular enclosed dining area with stone clad walls and a cedar roof. Dave and Anne get to keep a piece of the past while having a completely new space for their family’s future.
Apr 17th
1200a

THE HAMMOCK DECK

Geeta and Taran want something a little different. This couple wants to take their boring backyard and make feel as if they’re back home in Trinidad. Taran also wants a bbq space where he can cook large family meals. Paul can’t wait. This backyard is transformed into a space that begs you to relax. There’s a hammock space with white river rocks beneath and a gorgeous cedar pergola above, a bbq zone, dining area and a stone lounge with a fireplace. This yard went from a place Geeta and Taran didn’t want to spend time in to a place they won’t want to leave.
Apr 17th
1230a

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.
Apr 17th
1000p

The Grown-up Deck

Kim and Brad just spent a lot of time and money laying down stone in their backyard. They built a nice sitting pad, but they want more. And they want Paul to design and build whatever “more” means. Here’s the catch – Paul has to keep their stone sitting pad and incorporate it into his design. No problem. He can do that. He can add a shed. And he can have a water feature competition with Jeff. No biggie.
Apr 17th
1030p

The Sideways Deck

David and Brenda have a weird backyard. It’s large… but it’s sideways. Right now, only the dog makes regular use of the space… and that’s just wasteful. Enter Paul and the crew who build an amazing deck that includes a bar built into a tree, a grilling area, a sitting area and a smattering of bamboo.