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Danielle Bryk's got three kids, a booming business and a husband who travels, but still this take-charge contractor is saving homes and families one brick at a time. A master renovator, her passion for tackling tough projects knows no bounds, and her next few projects are going to test those boundaries. Her clients are desperate to fix their broken homes, and it will take Danielle's no-nonsense, hands-on approach to get these projects done on time and on budget.
Elaine and Brian's basement is a battlefield, and behind the walls, carcinogenic forces lie in wait. A larger war, however, is being fought. Brian has been diagnosed with cancer. In her most meaningful campaign to date, Danielle fights damaged drains and asbestos lined pipes in an effort to provide a safe haven where this family can spend more time together.
Worlds collide in this kitchen renovation. Angie loves to cook, but an enclosed kitchen cuts her off from the family. She might as well be on another planet! Breaking down walls opens up a whole new world of possibilities, but combining two spaces is not without it's challenges. The newly renovated, modern kitchen, must match the dining room's older character. But costs are sky high and threaten to turn this reno into science fiction.
To surprise his wife, new homeowner Azam is renovating their master bedroom and ensuite bathroom. For Danielle, these sparsely furnished rooms are a blank canvas, but artistic achievement doesn't come without a struggle. The space needs more than just cosmetic updates, and there is a lot of ground to cover. These rooms are massive! Can Danielle turn these awkward outdated rooms into a contemporary masterpiece?
Danielle must renovate for her toughest client to date... her husband Greg. But first, she'll have to open his mind to her open concept floor plan. After years of renovating for others, Danielle tackles her main floor, but water damage and structural issues take this modest reno to the next level. That's right, the second floor! Will the husband who hates change be able to recognize the home he left behind?
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