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American Rehab: CharlestonAmerican Rehab: Charleston

Licensed contractor Trent Fasnacht is determined to renovate a 107-year-old Victorian country home in South Carolina that has fallen into a state of disrepair.


Man CavesMan Caves

Guys need an exclusive space to hang out in their homes - a refuge where they can enjoy what they love, whether it's a soundproofed basement used as a rock 'n' roll lounge and adorned with limited edition guitars; a room where diehard ski fans can chill out with a roaring fireplace and alpine atmosphere; or a lush golf-lover's paradise, featuring a state-of-the-art virtual reality driving range, media center and top-notch equipment storage space. Because DIY Network understands there's an environment for every guy that makes him feel fulfilled, we recruited licensed contractor Jason Cameron and former NFL great Tony "The Goose" Siragusa to offer amazing ideas for the ultimate Man Caves. In each episode of this awesome DIY Network series, Jason and The Goose create a man cave solely for one lucky guy, plus offer ideas and expert do-it-yourself instruction to help homeowners everywhere construct their own personal hangouts.


Love YurtsLove Yurts

Nate Toler and Jenny Useldinger are working to make the world a better place building custom, eco-friendly 2 and 3-story yurts on beautiful Oahu's North Shore. From organic farming to sustainable living, this resourceful pair is teaching their clients how to live off the land without sacrificing an ounce of comfort in dwellings that are anything but primitive.


American Rehab: Restoring VictoriaAmerican Rehab: Restoring Victoria

The series follows Shalina Joy, a Newark educator and veteran house flipper, as she tackles her largest renovation yet - restoring a 6000 sq. ft. 19th century Victorian mansion to its former glory. The series showcases Shalina's renovation projects in the three-story home and highlights the property's 100 year history as she strives to restore as many of the original features as possible.


Restoring CharlestonRestoring Charleston

In Restoring Charleston, licensed contractor Trent Fasnacht has a passion for renovating pig's ears, aka old homes in Charleston, S.C. "I love it when people say 'you cannot fix this house,' " Trent says. "It's a big challenge, but that's part of the excitement in a town known for its distinctive architecture style." The challenge stems from the condition at which Fasnacht first encounters the homes - abandoned, condemned or burned out. He and his team demolish old additions and remove rotten materials to transform the centuries-old structures back into the beautiful homes they once were. Trent says he's no magician; just a home renovator who wholeheartedly loves every inch of restoring extremely neglected homes.


Lake LifeLake Life

The Herman brothers have been obsessed with fishing their whole lives. And if there's one thing they know, it's how to create the ultimate experience on a body of water. They're building one-of-a-kind waterfront creations that you've never seen before. There's a lot of fun to be had when you live a "Lake Life".


Philly RevivalPhilly Revival

Hosted by Rachel Street, a real estate agent, designer, contractor (and former opera singer), the show will feature Street's work on Philadelphia's older homes, as she "saves the homes' original 18th and 19th century features, such as custom tile murals, stair banisters, turrets and marble fireplace mantles, and then adds modern amenities to turn them into stunning, distinctive properties".


SledgehammerSledgehammer

Demolition is the name of the game when Jason Cameron surprises homeowners with a sledgehammer and permission to trash their most hated rooms in the house. Then, he and his crew clean up the rubble and transform them into the spaces the owners always dreamed of. The catch? They have to completely demo one room before they move onto the next, so where they start is the most important decision of the day.


Attic GoldAttic Gold
DIY Network, 2015 | Reality
Rating: 5/5

Husband and wife picker/appraiser team Eric and Michelle Myers clean out junk-filled New England attics looking for hidden treasures. They'll clean the space for free, but they get to keep what they find. And in these old Colonial houses, there's no telling what's hidden behind the rafters, from valuable vintage toys to mint-condition collectibles. After they pick the place clean, they transform the attic into a bright new space the whole family can enjoy.


Rescue RenovationsRescue Renovations

In this series, licensed contractor John Desilvia comes to the rescue of distraught homeowners who have seen their homes left in a shambles by the contractor they hired to fix it.


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