New parents Alex and Alexie deal with a cramped, squeaky second floor, which wakes up their newborn daughter. Working shift work complicates the matter. Rob and Mia need to solve all their issues. Find out if a stinky obstacle will get in their way.
Tessa and Phil’s son and daughter fight non-stop because they share a bedroom. This house is not big enough for the four of them. With only two bedrooms and one washroom to share on the floor, this family is stepping all over each other.
Stacey and Omer feel like prisoners in a dungeon. Their rooms are gloomy, dark and lack storage. The kitchen is dysfunctional, and with only one bathroom for a family of four, their son has taken to peeing in the backyard.
When Graham and Heather welcomed a second son, they went from a manageable space to a double-purpose nursery and triple-duty bedroom. They will need to decide between a functional jam-packed basement or a separate office and master suite bathroom.
Four years ago, Kristina and Daniel bought their first home, which turned out to be a repurposed hair salon. The kitchen is inconveniently on the second floor and their only shower is too gross to use.
Two boys and 10 years later, Laura and Mike have outgrown their house. The basement has been taken over by their young boys and Laura now feels trapped in her kitchen. An unexpected structural issue has the entire renovation in limbo.
Yolanda and Raphael feel like prisoners in their own home. Raphael eats dinner beside their pet bird, and Yolanda now works out of the nursery. Can Rob and Mia find a way to overcome the poor layout and restore the home of their dreams?