Sham, Ruban and their twin boys aren’t using their big, boring backyard. To help this family embrace the great outdoors, Brian and Sarah build a vacation style getaway, with a beach volleyball court and a kid’s clubhouse.
Jenn and Josh don’t have enough space in their semi-detached home to enjoy their hobbies. Brain and Sarah build a stylish lounge space and convert the existing garage into a multipurpose space for crafting and playing guitar.
Matt, Mary and their 2 kids, don’t use their backyard because the neighbouring ravine has taken over. Brian and Sarah face environmental challenges to create a beautiful entertaining and play space for the whole family to enjoy.
Soon to be married Reneé and Tasos are embarrassed about their neglected backyard. Brian and Sarah make their yard honeymoon ready, with a sun deck, outdoor dining area and a Grecian inspired, 3-season garage conversion.
Lynna is a single mom with three teenage kids and the time has come for her to have the back garden of her dreams. Brian and Sarah deliver in spades, with a 3 season hang-out, lush new landscaping, and a beautiful greenhouse.
Newlyweds Cheryl and Gavin love their new home, but Cheryl doesn’t love the sound of Gavin’s woodworking in the garage. Brian and Sarah help by building a dedicated woodshop and some chic new living space in their urban backyard.
Andrea and David are foodies, but hosting in their “builder basic” yard is no fun. Brian and Sarah make their farm-to-table dreams come true, with a veggie garden, dining room, BBQ zone, and a play space for their 2 kids.
H and her tenant Emma are bursting out of their 3-unit home. To help out both landlord and tenants, Brian and Sarah add storage space, plus a common lounge space in the backyard, with some urban inspired design touches.
Nicole and Charles have 3 kids, and their neighborhood parties are getting too big for their front porch. So Brian and Sarah add more entertaining space in the backyard, plus a 4-season garage conversion with a nautical theme.
Becki, Shawn and their 3 kids just moved from the city to a smaller country home. To extend their living space, Brian and Sarah build a new deck, a fire pit area, and a 3-season living space, in their first ever barn rehab.
Tammy and Sam are so busy, their backyard has fallen into disrepair and their 2 kids never use it. Brian and Sarah bring this yard back to life, and then some, with a new dining and lounge area and a fully functional pool house.
Marlow, Phil, their 3 small kids, and Phil’s parents all live in one crowded house. Brain and Sarah transform their yard into a spectacular space for cooking, entertaining and playing.
Bachelor Kyle’s first home is lovely and also small. His dad Jack has helped him renovate the interior, but the backyard is still barren and unusable. To help Kyle throw the ultimate housewarming party, Brian and Sarah build a sexy sports pub, a lounge area, a firepit, and a few extra surprises.
Melissa and Lee have 3 very sporty boys. They need more room to play, and Mom needs some peace and quiet. To make this a win/win, Brain and Sarah turn the underused backyard into a sports court, a new lounge space, and a luxurious, 3-season Mom’s retreat.
Steve and Tanya are Realtors who just bought their forever home a few doors down from Tanya’s parents. Their new home came complete with their own mini forest in the back. To complete their dream home, Brian and Sarah build a dream cottage retreat in their backyard.
Jon, Trish, and their two children live in a quintessential family-friendly neighborhood. They fell in love with the spacious backyard when they first bought the house, but 12 years later, it still sits untouched. To give the whole community an outdoor space to enjoy, Brian and Sarah build an outdoor movie theatre in their backyard.
Miriam and Mark are busy parents to four kids under 10 years old. She’s in school studying nursing, while he works two jobs. To help these hardworking parents unwind, Brian and Sarah build them a parents-only hideaway in their backyard.
Ali and Hana have two very talented young children – and a very noisy and crowded house. Their son, Mateja, is a budding drummer, while their daughter, Mila, enjoys everything from tap dancing to violin. To give everyone in this family their own space, Brian and Sarah turn an old garage into a kids’ music and arts hangout.
Craig and Claudia are new homeowners living in a space crunch. They share their new space with Craig’s brother, Craig’s parents – and their two massive dogs. To give these new homeowners a place of their own, Brian and Sarah build a sports bar and entertainment hangout in their backyard.
Tina is a professional chef and amateur cake decorator. She and her husband, Patrick, have two young boys and a home that is overrun with both baking supplies and soccer equipment. To extend this family’s living space, Brian and Sarah turn their backyard into one part cake decorating studio and one part soccer field.
Debbie, Kevin, and their three children are a newly-blended family. There has been a lot of change lately, including a new house and school for the kids. To bring this new family together, Brian and Sarah build an irresistible treehouse village in their backyard.