After years of inaction on updating their home, Fraser and Angela can’t deny they need someone like Bryan to help kick them into gear. But the road to complete one reno gets pretty bumpy when Fraser finds it difficult to be a passenger.
Mark is admittedly not the most handy guy to the dismay of his wife Elaine. Desperate to get some help from Bryan, this couple puts it all on the line in an ultimate do or die competition.
Tracy lives in her big sister Laurie’s old home and knows it’s time to make it her own. While Laurie can’t help but input on design, Bryan can’t help but wonder if the old adage about there being too many cooks in the kitchen, should be changed to too many designers on site!
Joy and Mahmood are finally due for some renos in their old home. With Mahmood positive he can help Bryan take on any task, being overly confident could cost him big!
Tremayne and Adama were thrown into the deep end of first time home ownership after leaving their brand new condo behind. Adapting to bigger bills and a lot more home maintenance has been tough, but when Bryan takes over it’s not the only shock they’re in for.
Linda and Mike are newlyweds who are ready to settle in and start renos on their home. When Bryan’s faced with choosing the best space to start their life off right, their big gamble might not pay off.
Bryan is shocked to hear after 12 years, the living room bookshelves Matt promised Fiona are still not done! Matt’s history of adding in a couple feet here and there to rooms in his home is about to come to an unhappy ending.
Carley and Conan are first time home buyers who were not prepared for the slew of problems they found after they moved in. With a looming deadline of less than a month before their first baby is born, Bryan helps them through some reno growing pains!
Daniel and Rachelle are excited to start some work in their new home except that’s the only thing they can agree on. When Rachelle tries to communicate what she wants, Bryan gets caught up in an epic game of stone tag.
John and Taylor are tired of upgrading their home for prospective buyers and not for themselves. Excited to get Bryan in to help them renovate their forever home, letting go of control is going to be a hard sell.
Paul and Julie just moved in and they can’t wait to get started on customizing their home. Paul’s a realtor who likes being in charge, so Bryan has to get used to Paul’s meddling when he goes way over asking.
Judy and David are ambitiously taking on a wedding and a reno in the same month. When Bryan gets involved and makes the decisions, these newlyweds could get cold feet.
Todd and Whitney want to update their house for the long term. While Bryan takes on a much-needed reno, the homeowners get caught up with the bells and whistles.
Dina and Ayman are ready to put down roots and renovate, but they struggle with leaving their wish list at Bryan’s mercy.
Nancy wants to create her forever home, but Jennifer questions her mom’s vision. Bryan attempts to turn their quirky reno dreams into reality.
Greg and Sheila need more functional living space for their family. Bryan comes up with a storage-gaining solution that the homeowners have difficulty embracing.
Erin and Karl are ready for their first major renovation. Bryan encounters budget constraints when he tries to make a space that’s both practical and party-ready.
Stuart and Yvette want to put the finishing touches on their home. When Bryan takes on a big reno, design obstacles compromise their dream space.
Paul and Denise’s disorganization is keeping them from enjoying their house. Bryan faces his own challenges when he takes on a unique project.
Michelle and Reid need Bryan to take one of their projects off their plate. When the renovation delivers a curveball, Reid ends up being more involved than he expected.
Sara and Trevor need more functional living space for their family. When Bryan gets to work, he shows them that open concept doesn’t always make sense.
Shannon and Corrie are overwhelmed by their first house. Bryan takes on a major renovation, but the homeowners still need to face the realities of a fixer upper.
James and Leah want to make James’ grandfather’s house their own. When Leah chooses to stay out of the renovation process, James has to trust that Bryan will deliver.
May desperately wants to give Shawn’s bachelor pad a facelift. While Bryan takes on one of their projects, there are some non-construction issues that they have to deal with on their own.
Elise and Pierre are ready to spend big on their first renovation. Bryan shows them that even dream projects have limits.
Kevin and Leah are full of renovation ideas but they need help with the execution. When Bryan takes on a project he discovers an issue that no one expected.
Sharon has strong opinions about renovating her daughter Nicole’s house. Bryan gets a crash course in the family dynamic as he takes on a large project.
Steve and Victoria’s quirky house is full of potential reno projects. When Bryan starts making changes they realize there’s no turning back.
Steve and Stacey can’t prioritize their long overdue renos. When Bryan enters the scene, they learn that one renovation can drastically change a living situation.
Craig and Pippa are daunted by the idea of a large reno. Will Bryan earn their trust as he works through their laundry list of wants?
Karen is ready for a dream renovation for her and Jim’s house. Bryan has to win her over when practicality takes priority.
Taras and Natalie are desperate to gain living space for their growing family. The reno takes a dramatic turn when Bryan gets real about their budget.
Pamela and Daryl can’t decide which reno to take on before their first baby arrives. Bryan encourages them to think on the bright side when things don’t go to plan.
Jackie and Jamie want to make their house feel like a cozy retreat for their family. When Bryan takes his pick of renos, the road to relaxation hits a few speed bumps.
Adrienne and Rich have lofty visions for their house. When Bryan has to address a big issue, will the homeowners’ budget meet the demands of their wish list?
Sharon and Andy are burnt out after taking on three major renos in five years. When Bryan steps in, they have to adjust to someone else doing the work.
Clint had visions of creating a dream home for Jacquie and their three kids. When Bryan takes charge, they’ll face the realities of renovating a 100-year-old house.
Monica and Gary want to kick back and enjoy their forever home. Bryan takes on a reno that will have them relaxing in style.
Lisa always recruits Katrina to help her with the random DIY projects she has in her home, but when she calls in Bryan, she find outs not only do you get what you pay for, you get what Bryan says.
Lori and Mitch have customized their bungalow so it’s perfectly accessible for their son Hayden. They’ve lost steam after years of doing their own renovations and though Bryan’s here to help, they quickly realize letting go of the reigns doesn’t come easy.
Lore and Yan wish they could get a do-over on the renovations they did in their home. But when Bryan has the final say there’s no turning back and things get labour intensive.
Crystal is tired of Dan’s quick fixes and discovering her husband’s cleverly-hidden mistakes. Bryan may have met his match when he comes face to face with his unhandy doppleganger.
Andy is handy at work, but when it comes to his own home, Crystal is tired of unfinished projects. Bryan’s here to get their renos back on track, but once Andy plays into Bryan’s game, it’s no contest.
Edwin and Amy are slowly upgrading their house with their heart set on more space for their family. Things go awry when Bryan discovers one issue after another, and the rain shower turns into a full on thunder storm.
Chef Mike would love a restaurant-grade kitchen, while his wife Marilyn isn’t sure that’s the right choice. When they trust Bryan to decide, the chef might not like what Bryan’s cooking.
Christine and Jeff are tired of fighting about which project is best for their family. But after Bryan makes his choice, he also has to play the part of peacekeeper.
Jeff promised Kim once she moved in, she’d get her dream reno. Years later, they have three half started projects and can’t agree on which one to finish. Once Bryan has a look, he faces the most shocking reno he’s ever seen.
David and Daniela’s home is in need of renovations, but with three young boys they don’t have the time or energy. Bryan takes one project off their plate but leaves some decisions up to them.
Jen and Doug bought a quirky home with a lot of features they’re not so in love with anymore. With a big reno on deck and Jen’s even bigger personality to contend with, Bryan has his hands full!
Jen and Mitch are newlyweds who feel some reno regret after buying their fixer upper home. Bryan expects to find a can of worms when he works on old houses, but has to deal with more when he opens up sore spots in their relationship too!
Sisters Alicia and Tania have a wish list for updating their old semi, but some projects need to be done sooner rather than later.
Jeff and Kathryn are learning what worked for them as renters isn’t working for them as homeowners. Bryan has to keep his eye on not only the reno, but also Jeff who checks everything twice.
Amy and Bob need to get one reno done before they start a family. They have to get used to changes in the plan, or it’s going to be a losing battle.
Dawn and Brad can’t ignore their house’s much-needed projects any longer. Bryan’s here to move their house’s renovations to the front burner, but they might not be ready for such a bumpy ride.
Craig and Lindsay want to renovate their home to better suit a family of five, but Bryan’s room choice catches them off guard.
Sudevi and Shekhar don’t see eye to eye when it comes to renovations. Bryan rolls with the punches as he helps bring order to the house.
Rebecca bought her first home and got her friend Rachel to move in to help out with the mortgage. Tired of doing the bare minimum on maintenance and repairs, Bryan commits the girls to a reno with some stormy results.
Trish and Martin can’t wait to start their very first renovation. Even with their full trust in Bryan, when the walls come down, the flood gates are unleashed.
Katie needs Matt to help with the kids, not start another reno project. Bryan helps them get their dream space without blowing the budget.
Tracy and Chris want Bryan to help make their home a better long-term fit, but no renovation comes without surprises.
Chris and Niki are burnt out after years of renovating. When Bryan he takes on their project, there are curveballs in store.
Chaney and Maureen have ideas about how to update their home, but they need Bryan’s help on the follow-through.
When Susie and Louie move in to Susie’s childhood home, they have strong ideas about how Bryan can make the space their own.
Eric and Kristina recently moved from a condo to a house and they don’t know how or where to start renovating. Bryan gets more than he bargained for when Eric has building plans of his own.
Ryan and Dana don’t have the know-how to take on any of the renos they want next. Once the demo goes deeper, the couple feels like the sky is falling.
Mike is used to being the site foreman and Sheri-Lee dictates the design. When Bryan takes over, Sheri-Lee and Mike have to keep the faith.
Jeff and Marcia are expecting their first baby in their starter home. The old bungalow just isn’t going to cut it for their new family, but will their limited budget make the grade?
Since Julian and Rebecca bought their home, they haven’t had much choice on where to spend their money when it came to home repairs. Now that they’re ready to focus on their reno wishlist, Bryan has to prepare them for a flood of issues.
Bryant thinks his home with his wife Kelly is one renovation away from being their dream house. Kelly isn’t convinced and is considering leaving this house behind for something new. Will Bryan’s renovation choice keep them living here long-term, or fast track the for sale sign.
Kelsey and Chris are taking on a lofty reno right before their wedding. Bryan is used to planning renovations, not disrupting wedding plans, but he might not have a choice this time.
Jeff and Lolly have no clue how to go about the renovation process. Once a major structural flaw in their home is found, Bryan has to convince them the value of structural work, over aesthetic design.
Samantha and Blake bought her grandparents’ old bungalow. Blake is over Sam’s plan to paint everything and needs Bryan to teach her that cosmetic fixes don’t pass for being handy.
Mark wants to do the renovations in his home himself, but his wife Cassie wants the work done yesterday. When Bryan begins this reno, he has to dig this project out of a deep hole.
Lauren and Jamie are both creative types who have different visions for their home. Bryan has to bring these two design plans together, or one of them might be pulling their hair out.
Robert is pretty proud of his handiwork around the house, but his wife Alyssa knows his limits. When Bryan takes over the project, this reno goes wild.
Karen & Marty took on their kitchen, but are left with a lot of projects that still need attention on their big to-do list. But when Bryan makes his choice, Karen and Marty have to make reno decisions now that could impact an entirely different reno.
Peter and Wendy are trying to love the interior of their new home as much as they love the location. Wendy keeps getting caught up in the details, so Bryan has to keep Wendy focused on the big picture.
Terri is tired of her husband Julian who spends more time on house projects than with the family. She wants Bryan to take on one project so they get a finished room, but also so Terri gets her husband back. Julian’s used to being the contractor and he finds it hard to keep his cool when Bryan drives the steps.
Roger and Nina bought a home from a seller who built the house himself. Unfortunately, they think he fast-tracked the finishes without much thought to function or design. When Bryan takes on this builder’s home he finds a big surprise that makes his skin crawl.
Domenica and Arthur just bought a new home for their huge, blended family. With teenagers sleeping in the living room, and no space for Domenica and Arthur to decompress, fences may make great neighbours, but walls make even better family members!
Erin & Scott are desperate for a reno in their home that has tons of issues. They are nervous what Bryan will find behind the walls and struggle with letting in the bad with the good.
Tara & Stephen have a home they want to make more functional for their six-person family. They believe the bones of their home are in good shape, but are about to find out they have some mending to do.
Emma and Scott are young homeowners with a pre-war home. Bryan is about to teach these newbies the ultimate lesson, when a window of opportunity opens, sometimes a door closes.
Rachel doesn’t get her husband’s vision. He has big ideas, and not much to show for it. Bryan takes Jehred’s plans, but puts his own into action.
Alison and Kevin are newlyweds itching to get their first reno off the ground. They think the bigger the better, but they’ll soon learn the connection between ordering big, and creating even bigger issues.
Stefan & Michelle moved into their first home and it is the definition of a fixer-upper. But when Bryan shows them the reno tango, who’s going to take the lead?
Stacey & Darren traded their city home for a bigger home in the suburbs. Their home has quirks that Bryan can’t get his head around, but will the couple be able to get their heads around Bryan’s room choice?
Nicole has her hands full – a new home and an opinionated husband named Regan. She’s at her wits end with her house and her husband. She called in Bryan for mercy, but will his plan be help - or hell?
Steve knows his wife Pauline has trouble seeing the final vision come together. Bryan has never had to budget for indecisiveness before, but it might end up costing the couple big in the end.
Faye & Adam have a lot of wants for their small home, but space is limited. Bryan has to work with big wants, a small space and even smaller room for compromise.
JP blames Bryan for giving his wife unrealistic expectations on renovation timelines. Bryan has to give JP’s reno-TV-loving wife Julia a renovation reality check.
Maria and David have 3 spaces that are untouched in their lack-luster subdivision house. They are battling bland, boring and underutilized. That is until Bryan picks a room!
Anna and Frank are intimidated by the renovation process. They’ve tried to tackle projects on their own, but backed away once they hit a snag. Will this couple trust Bryan to finally take them to the finish line without hitting any more roadblocks?
Sarah and Chris are all about temporary fixes. A touch of paint here, a quick mend there but it’s just not cutting it anymore. It’s time to Leave it to Bryan to rip off the Band-Aid and fix it the right way.
Chantal and Vince have a long laundry list of projects to do in their house. The good news is that most of them have been started; the bad news is that none are finished! Will Bryan be able to help them get out of this reno rut?
Stefanie and Mike have hit all of their milestones in one year – marriage, a new home and a new baby on the way. But will Bryan be able to manage this mom to be, when she begins to fight for two.
Laz and Juanita have renovated most of the main areas of their home and are now focused on making their reno dreams come true. But when Bryan chooses the space he thinks needs to be done first, he ends up in a battle with an army.
Renee and Kris live in an aging home with a ton of character. They’re ready to bite the bullet and commit to a big reno project, but when Bryan discovers what lies beneath, they might be wishing for a different house.
Carmen and Alex have saved up for their first reno in their modest home. They are thrilled with Bryan’s help, until a particular wall becomes a bigger deal than it’s worth.
Sara & Wassim can’t agree on which renovation is next on their giant to do list. Bryan has to choose the reno they need and take on Sara who isn’t used to anyone else taking the wheel.
Des and Jeannice want their house’s interior to match the exterior curb appeal of their home. With the couple’s heart set on high-end custom finishes, Bryan may have to play the role of heartbreaker.
Brothers Raj and Beej have a huge family and space is running out. Little brother Beej’s priorities conflict with his big brother Raj’s. But when Bryan chooses the reno they need, he may ignite a family feud.
Andy and Allison bought their first home - the shiny ‘50s wallpaper adorning the inside of their walls was free. They desperately need a modern update on all of their rooms, and Bryan hopes his reno choice doesn’t leave them cold.
Rania and Steve know firsthand the saying, ‘when it rains it pours.’ Their house has been nothing but a money pit since they’ve moved in. The homeowners know which reno they want, but Bryan’s priority is helping them get out of the hole fast!