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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.
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.
Khalila and Marchello Adams love their daughter, Laila. She is their princess and their princess deserves the best bathroom. They plan to take out the floors, rip out the shower, and tile it all. With Marchello's work ethic, and Khalila's patience, they're going to give this renovation their all.
Caleb and Molly Shimmel want an open concept living space. They've done some minor renovations on the house, but their next big project is the living room. They plan to take down part of a wall to open up the space, and get rid of the old walls to add new drywall.
Anya has roped her brother, Noah, into helping on her renovation. Noah isn't exactly sure about it, but Anya is confident that her and Noah are the ultimate renovation team. Anya wants to remodel her 'great' room, hoping to make it great once more. Noah's expertise may be lacking, but with his sister's motivational attitude, nothing will stop them.
Chelsea and her fiance Chris are renovating their whole house in southern California. They plan to have their wedding on the estate, so when they say they want everything perfect, they mean it. Their next project is knocking down a bathroom and the laundry room to create a master bathroom. Chris' knowledge leads the team, and Chelsea's jokes keep it fun in this down and dirty renovation.
Freddy and Christine Ruiz are ready for a new master bathroom, and nothing is stopping them. Even Christy being almost eight months pregnant is not slowing them down. With their little one on the way, they're really in a time crunch to finish the bathroom. They plan to take out the shower and bath tub, to create a relaxing oasis.
Adam and Erika Perala are renovating their attic to get a little more space for their daughter. But with a 91 year old house, nothing is ever easy. They tear down the wood paneling to find some rather interesting items left from an old homeowner. But with some problems they didn't plan for, these renovators are struggling to finish.
Jon and Cindy Hagemann are ready to renovate their old bathroom. But there is one major problem, a cast iron lowered tub. But the Hagemann's soon discover figuring out how to remove the tub is only half the problem.
Sunday Burquest hates her guest bedroom and finally talks her husband, Jeff, into remodeling it.
Mary and Greg Goodman run into problems while renovating their California dream home; Mary and Greg tackle their outdated kitchen.
Ian Kolstad and his girlfriend Amanda Waite are high school sweethearts that just bought their first house together. They are not a fan of the drab bathroom and want to completely change the look. They think renovating will be easy, but with no experience and no help, will the renovation go as planned?
Mary Grace Kennedy just bought her first house in her hometown. She wants to revamp her out of date kitchen. With her dad by her side, she is certain they can tackle the daunting task of renovating this outdated house. Mary Grace struggles with various tasks of the renovation and finds out that sometimes daddy still knows best.
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