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Home renovation looks so easy on TV. We see a project move quickly and smoothly from start to finish – and the results are always beautiful. But somewhere between "before" and "after" there are always at least a few speed bumps – and one great story. Budgets skyrocket, tempers flare, relationships suffer. This is real life, and DIY Network's Renovation Realities proves that even in home improvement, truth is often stranger than fiction.
Mike and Claudia are over their master bathroom. The hate runs so deep that they have never used the shower once, and have lived there for over a year. But with 4+ people using one bathroom, they're ready to renovate. Mike and Claudia want to rip everything out, and even open up their closet to make the space larger.
John and Aleta Lynch love their historic home in downtown Phoenix. But with a historic home, comes some quirks they want to change. They plan to open up their kitchen for a more practical space. With a wall separating the dining room and the kitchen they hate how closed off it feels. With a lot of laughs, and some handiness, the Lynch's really have their work cut out.
Hannah and Brad Blackwell moved into their dream home and could not be happier. But they did find a way that they could be cleaner, if they renovate the master bath. The space is outdated, and the layout makes the room feel too small. Hannah and Brad have taken on some small projects at home, but feel confident they can handle tiling and plumbing for the first time as long as they work together.
Rob Truka and his friend Dane Fairfield try to renovate Rob's tacky, outdated kitchen. They start off strong, but as fatigue and stress start to set in, they quickly learn that renovating an older home is anything but easy and can even be a hazard to your health.
Chris and Allie Bartelski are going crazy sharing a bathroom with their 5 year old, and 2 year old. They are ready for some privacy so they plan to create a master suite out of their bedroom by knocking out the closet and turning it into a bathroom, and tearing down the ceiling to expose the dormers. With a lot of laughs, a lot of power tools, and a dash of math skills, these homeowners are ready for the challenge.
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