The O'Hara's fixer upper in the city is filled with character but Sean is fed up with fixing it.
Expecting their third baby any day, the Douglas family is desperate for extra space.
After purchasing a larger home, a family quickly starts arguing over space, layout and character.
The Denils think about downsizing after two decades of family life.
Chris needs structure and order in the home, while Ayeza needs charm and character.
After inheriting the family home, Chris and Winnie are buried under generations of clutter.
Eco-friendly and expecting a baby, Shelley and Michael have conflicting ideas about their city home.
Marian is tired of the barely converted triplex, while Bill is content with its compartment feel.
Leslie loves her home, but Dustin doesn't see the value.
Julia and Sub are split when it comes to their dysfunctional house.
Laura's home is a health hazard so she wants to rebuild, but Rob wants to find new, stable ground.
Between family fun and health struggles, Mike and Cathy have put their home maintenance on hold.
Dan and Rich need to find a residence that isn't high maintenance like their current one.
Helen and her four teens run a home business that's taking over all their space and need a solution.
John and Laura's home can no longer meet the demands of their growing family.
When a family considers leaving their outdated family home their daughter Lori offers to fund a renovation that might make them reconsider.
A couple that likes their property but are not fond of the house considers a move.
Mary and Chris look for a new neighborhood while redesigning their home.
Sandra and Sharon are at odds about their bungalow.
Kevvie and Nicole bought a '70s-style dream house only to find out it's full of problems.
Mary-Jo and Glen are at odds over their 1930's farm house.
When a family's size doubles, a tiny house proves to be a challenge.