Fix This Yard
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Aired on Jun 04, 2011
Bryan and Amanda's house is located in a beautiful lakefront community, but their yard is anything but beautiful. It's completely hidden behind a messy wall of overgrown bushes and trees. Instead of grass--there's sand, the house is dated and there's an unsightly metal carport smack dab in the middle of the yard. All this is not sitting well with their neighbors, who call Fix This Yard to get the place cleaned up. Amy and Alan come in with a great plan to completely renovate the yard and house, making it one of the nicest places in the neighborhood and immediately raising the property value. With such a big project, the challenge is to spend the budget wisely to get the most bang for their investment buck.
Aired on May 28, 2011
Eddie and Audra's house and front yard are the exception in their upscale lakefront community--and not in a good way. Their dated 70's-style house with a cracked, worn out driveway and zero landscaping is bringing everyone's property values down--and the neighbors have decided that enough is enough! They call Fix This Yard to do something about it. Alan and Amy arrive with a design to dress up the house and yard, plus bring the property value up to comparable homes in the neighborhood, all in one weekend.
Aired on May 21, 2011
Randy and Elizabeth's yard is an overgrown mess--and the whole neighborhood knows it--because it's bringing everyone's property values down. Their neighbor, Charlotte, is trying to sell her house--and she realizes that there's no way anyone will buy it with the dilapidated yard sitting right across the street, so she calls Fix This Yard for help. Amy and Alan arrive with a plan to renovate the front yard and house in a weekend to raise Randy and Elizabeth's property value, not to mention make the neighbors happy. But a tree mishap, a broken water main and Elizabeth's expensive taste threatens to bust up the renovation.
Aired on May 07, 2011
Harold and Dana's yard is the eyesore of the neighborhood--and their pink and green house might even be worse than the yard! Neighbors know that the house and the yard are bringing their property values down and that something needs to be done. So they call Fix This Yard hoping to give the place a much-needed cleanup. Amy and Alan arrive to implement a full makeover--improving both the yard and the house--in one weekend. In the process, they bring up the homeowners' and neighborhood's property value. But Dana, herself a landscape designer, butts heads with Alan and Amy, slowing the project down with her own ideas on how her house and yard should look.
Aired on Apr 30, 2011
In the Audubon Park neighborhood of Orlando, Florida, people take great care of their yards. But not residents Joe and Heidi--who since having a baby last year, have been just too busy to take the time to tend to their large front yard. It's truly gotten out of hand. It looks more like a sandpit than someone's front yard, complete with dead plants and trees, a walkway that leads nowhere and a general lack of curb appeal. And it's really bringing down their property value. Their neighbor, Klauss, is chair of the Audubon Park Garden District. He can't stand to look at their yard another day, so he calls Fix This Yard for help. Amy and Alan come in to completely revamp the yard and raise the property value from below the neighborhood average to above--all in one weekend!
Aired on Apr 23, 2011
Keith and Linda recently purchased the lakefront home where she and her family used to live--her father built the home in the 1980s and now it's back in the family. The problem is that it looks nothing like it did when Linda lived there--the years have not been kind to the house or yard. Neighbors say it looks like an abandoned haunted house, and they're fed up with it bringing the neighborhood property values down, so they call Fix This Yard for help. Alan and Amy come in to restore the home back to it's former glory and boost the property value. But it's a lot of work for one weekend--especially with the property's resident creepy critters getting in the way of progress at every turn--giant spiders, territorial owls and even an alligator!
Aired on Apr 16, 2011
Jim and Rose have a house and yard that aren't exactly up to snuff with the other well-manicured homes in their neighborhood--and it shows. Their property value is 20% less than comparable homes in the neighborhood, pretty much all because of their yard. It's is a barren wasteland with no grass, weeds and random piles of dirt--and the house itself doesn't look much better. To make matters worse, they're supposed to host their daughter Theresa's wedding reception at their house in one week! Theresa is desperate to have it fixed up and has no other choice than to report her parents to the Fix This Yard crew to clean the place up. Alan and Amy arrive and come up with a great design plan to get the yard into wedding shape, not to mention add property value, all in one weekend. But it's a big job and rain threatens to put a damper on things--along with an angry bride!