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ContainablesContainables

Jon and Kristen Meier think outside the box by building in it! Together they convert shipping containers into some of the most unique and charming homes imaginable. Working out of a 20,000-square-foot barn on their parents' farm in Needville, Texas, it's a family affair as everyone pitches in to bring these dream homes to life.


Bath CrashersBath Crashers

DIY Network is on a mission to crash and trash bathrooms, transforming them into stunning, functional and modern living spaces in the new series Bath Crashers. Produced similarly to the popular House Crashers and Yard Crashers series, crasher Matt Muenster ambushes homeowners while they're home improvement shopping. When he identifies the ultimate bathroom challenge, he follows the lucky homeowner home and totally overhauls a bathroom in need of repair.


Boomtown BuilderBoomtown Builder

Fueled by stories of the past, master craftsman Tim McClellan completes inspired transformations of old homes in Arizona's iconic mining "boomtowns" in Boomtown Builder. The season features Tim as he draws ideas from the vivid history of each property to complete beautiful renovations for clients in the once-mining towns of Cottonwood and Jerome. While he adds modern finishes in his designs, Tim also helps families preserve original character when he salvages and repurposes materials unique to each home.


Rustic RenovationRustic Renovation

In Minnesota, just about everyone owns a cabin whether it's on the water or buried deep in the woods. And while some are worn down after years of neglect, others were just poorly built in the first place. With so many people in need of restoration work, it can be big business for builders with the skill and style. In Prior Lake, Minnesota, Chase and Brock Jurgensen are those builders. Chase heads up the projects and big brother Brock finds creative uses for reclaimed wood in each build. Together they are a dream team that can transform any old lodge into a new functional and beautiful home in the wild.


Aloha BuildsAloha Builds

Michelle and her brother David re-model tired Hawaiian homes in a whole new way. These local siblings are blending the best of the islands' design with tricks of the trade only locals would know. And, as with any siblings, there's competition as well as chemistry - so follow them as attempt to work side-by-side to amaze and inspire in Aloha Homes.


House CrashersHouse Crashers

It's ambush renovation at its finest when licensed contractor Josh Temple and his crew of remodeling experts surprise unsuspecting do-it-yourselfers in the home improvement aisle. When stunned homeowners win the remodeling lottery, leaky faucets turn into spectacular room transformations. You never know when you might run into "House Crashers" and your fix-it project turns into makeover magic.


Million Dollar ContractorMillion Dollar Contractor

The show gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most amazing spaces and construction of Manhattan's high-end luxury homes. The series focuses on the details, the materials and the insane amount of money clients spend to allow Stephen to create million-dollar projects. Despite the hefty price tag, many of the same on-site issues and problems also occur in the homes of everyday people. Throughout the series, Stephen shares tips and tricks of the trade that first-time DIYers and home improvement aficionados will appreciate.


Building Off the Grid: Yurts So GoodBuilding Off the Grid: Yurts So Good

Chris and Catelyn Williams are building the home of their dreams, a 30-foot tall, 700 square-foot, off-grid yurt in Montana, complete with a breathtaking view of the mountains. And with solar power, its own stream, hot running water, a modern kitchen, all-weather insulation, a second floor loft, and even a guest room for friends and family, this definitely isn't your grandfather's yurt. Follow this young couple as they prep their own land and break ground to build their ultimate luxury yurt in the woods.


American Rehab: DetroitAmerican Rehab: Detroit

Christopher Lee grew up hearing about his great-grandfather's once-stately Detroit residence lost in the Great Depression, and 87 years later, he bought it. Armed with a family photo from 1927, Chris, his wife Amy, and their baby daughter Ruby, are living with collapsed ceilings, leaking rooms and holes in the floor as they work to bring the house back to its "Roaring 20s" glory.


Alaska Flip N MoveAlaska Flip N Move
DIY Network, 2016 | Housing/Building, Reality
Rating: 5/5

Three teams of Alaskan entrepreneurs go head to head as they battle to find one family their dream home. But there's a twist, finding the perfect home at a perfect price means they won't just have to source, buy and flip a house - they'll have to move it too.


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