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Let Go and Let Gary
The house is framed, the windows are being installed, and it’s time to start the stonework. But not everything’s been running so smoothly. Between weather delays, missing plumbing parts, and a stain color that Leah can’t seem to nail down, this project sometimes feels like it’s going off the rails. But with Builder Gary’s help, Leah’s hoping to get this house back on track.
Up Next in Season 1
Corbels, Old Doors & Cupolas
Leah hits up the Round Top antique fair in search of some special vintage pieces to incorporate into the build … to Builder Gary’s dismay. Between disagreements over a rusty cupola and her realization that the exterior stonework may not be turning out like she envisioned, Leah’s experiencing some...
Like Watching Mortar Dry
It's time to think outside the box! The mortar on the exterior stone is finally dry, but hasn’t turned out at all like Leah envisioned. Luckily, Builder Gary has some ideas up his sleeve to solve their color crisis once and for all. Meanwhile, Leah discovers a way to put her vintage spin on a bra...
Bring Your Daughter to Work Year
Leah turns her attention to interior selections, but choosing paint colors proves to be more difficult than she anticipated, so it’s time to bring in backup. In an unfortunate turn of events, the treasured vintage workbench that Leah chose to use as a kitchen island tests positive for lead paint....