Reno My Reno

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Reno My Reno dives into the world of cottage reno projects gone wrong. In each episode, top notch contractor Dave Depencier and his team turn disaster reno projects into a little piece of cottage perfection. Along the way they right all the wrongs and teach the culprit behind the reno project how to do things properly. In just a couple days, Dave and his team whip these misguided DIYers into shape to create outstanding transformations, leading to jaw dropping reveals.

26 July – 01 Aug: Episode 11

Behind the Curve

Rami’s small deck is completely unstable with supports scabbed together by bits of wood. Not only that, this square deck is butted up to a round pool making it look incredible odd. The step is so wobbly and unsafe, his wife, Suzanne won’t use it. Suzanne even gave Rami a deck-building book as a guide, but after seeing the results of his work she knows he never read it. It’s time for Dave and his team step up to teach Rami the proper way to build stairs and turn his disaster deck into a stunning outdoor space.

Episode 12: Junkie Bunkie

For over fifteen years, Guy has been using the bunkie as a storage space for wood, tools, vehicles and a lot of unusable cottage junk. His wife Suzanne is tired of him using the guesthouse as a man-cave junk depot and wants it converted into a cozy, usable space for visitors. It’s packed to the rafters, has an unsafe entranceway and could not look less like a guesthouse. Dave has his work cut out for him if he’s going to turn this junkie bunkie into a comfortable living and sleeping area.

Episode 13: Basement Blunder

Kevin considers himself somewhat handy, but you wouldn’t know by the look of the cottage basement.  Concrete floors, exposed insulation and an over-abundance of tuck tape tell a different story. Though he gets points for creativity—making a guest room out of bed sheets—his wife Chantal is tired of the unfinished mess. It’s the first space visitors see when they come from the lake, and Chantal wants something warm and welcoming rather than dungeon dreary. This is a massive space that’s going to take a monumental effort to complete, but Dave and the team are up for the challenge.