A mother and daughter duo turn rundown homes into stunning urban remodels.
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Tiny House Transformation
Mina and Karen bought a 512-square-foot Victorian house in their neighborhood. They want to transform this tiny house into something bigger and better for its next owners.
Restoring a Rundown Victorian
Mina and Karen nearly break the budget to buy a 2,100-square-foot Victorian house they discover is well worth saving.
Small House, Big Charm
Mina and Karen have taken a chance and are renovating a 950-square-foot house. Will issues like an unsteady structure mean they can't make their money back on this risky venture?
Bad to the Bones
After purchasing a house from the city for only $4,000, Mina and Karen become worried they may have bitten off more than they can chew. Can they turn this abandoned dump into a neighborhood treasure?
A couple asks Mina and Karen to help make space in their suburban home for big family gatherings.
Old Home Draws New Neighbors
Karen is caught off guard when Mina tells her that she purchased their next project for a high price. The rundown house is next door and not even a near disaster on demo day will keep the duo from creating a beautiful space.
Remodeling Dad's House
Mina has mixed feelings when she agrees to remodel her dad's house in the suburbs of Indianapolis. Her childhood home definitely needs an update, but her father may still need some convincing.
A Structure Worth Saving
Mina and Karen buy an abandoned house for a bargain price only to realize they will need to strip the house down to the studs to bring this neighborhood eyesore back to life.
Duplex Remodel, Double Trouble
Karen and Mina are challenged to turn a duplex into a single-family house. If they can finish on time and budget, the results are sure to be twice as nice.
Wide Open Spaces
Mina and Karen travel out of downtown Indianapolis and into the countryside to do a home renovation. The Angles family feels their house is very closed-off and they want help opening it up.
Mom & Daughter Renovate Homes
Mina and Karen have renovated close to twenty homes in their community near downtown Indianapolis. Now they're venturing into the adjacent Bates Hendricks community. Have they taken on more than they bargained for?