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Cousins on CallCousins on Call

The Kitchen Cousins are back with a new show, Cousins on Call! Real-life cousins and best friends Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of Brunelleschi Construction are lowering the wrecking ball on outdated, dysfunctional homes, surprising the homeowners with huge renovations that will make all their demo dreams come true. This hunky designer/contractor duo live in the same building in New Jersey, one flight above Anthony's parents, Alfonso and Francine, who are also involved in the business. This close-knit Italian-American family loves to spend time together, and Anthony's parents are always ready to jump in to help on the latest designs.


Back FlipBack Flip

Brett Waterman is the ultimate historic house flipper. His goal? To restore old properties of all architectural styles to their original intentions. From Spanish Villas to Old Craftsmans and everything in between, he brings his cowboy passion for American restoration to every project.


Eigen Huis & TuinEigen Huis & Tuin

Construction show where designs of well-known stylists and the latest trends are being examined.


Mega DensMega Dens

In each episode of Mega Dens, host and interior designer Anitra Mecadon creates over-the-top rec-room sanctuaries while giving you the skills to renovate your own family space. These unbelievable room renovations feature incredible home theaters, innovative gaming areas, clever storage solutions and more.


Ageless GardensAgeless Gardens

The documentary series AGELESS GARDENS is a visual celebration of gardens - and gardeners - with a special emphasis on the role gardens can play in healthy aging. The physical, mental, and social aspects of gardening can be important therapeutic factors in health and wellness. Gardening can bring us food, exercise, and keep our minds sharp as we age. Learning to adapt to changing physical, familial, and social situations is key to continuing to garden into our retirement years.


Take Home HandymanTake Home Handyman

Andrew Dan-Jumbo, the former carpenter on While You Were Out, chooses a lucky homeowner from Home Depot, then follows them home and helps with a remodeling project. Modeled after Take Home Chef, Take Home Handyman will be cooking... More up home improvements everyone is sure to enjoy. In each episode, Andrew works side by side with the homeowners, and also creates one special project with which he surprises them.


Raising HouseRaising House

In each episode of Raising House, a different dream house is built from start to finish by an A-team of experts. Beginning with the vision, the architect and builder lay out the floor plan, select a construction approach and outline the unique features. Next, the groundbreaking sets the pace for the entire project as the construction team rolls with the punches and tries to stay on schedule. Meanwhile, the design team selects the interior elements from floors to doors and kitchen cabinets to fireplace facades. Once the house is three-quarters of the way done, excitement builds, tensions are high and it's time for a last look before adding the finishing touches. Finally, the finished product is revealed: a dream house you were there for every step of the way.


Construction InterventionConstruction Intervention

Follow successful New York City construction veteran Charlie Frattini and his top-notch crew as they use their unmatchable expertise to save struggling small businesses from construction nightmares.


My City's Just Not That Into MeMy City's Just Not That Into Me

The show explores an issue facing many home seekers today - loving their current city, but being priced out, and deciding on where to move to improve their quality of life.


The Edible GardenThe Edible Garden

Alys Fowler attempts to avoid shop-bought fruit and vegetables and live off her own, home-grown produce.