Alan and Amy set up a plan to simplify Kat and her Husband Chris? yard. Thirty years ago the home received various neighborhood beautification awards but today the whole exterior has developed into an overgrown and unruly mess!?
Eight years ago Tracey and David bought the home of their dreams. Two children and one career change later, the crisp front garden has become a wild jungle, obscuring the entire front of their house and swallowing up their children.
Newlyweds Louie and Farrah have just purchased their first home and with it inherited an inexplicable landscape. Alan and Amy come to help breathe some life back into their lackluster yard before it's too late.
After 25 years of renting, Erika, a single mother, was finally able to buy a home for herself and her 16-year-old son, Aaron. However, the pride of homeownership was soon overshadowed by the realities of the fixer-upper they purchased.
While homeowners, Kevin and Wendy, are at a loss for how to tackle their growing jungle, their neighbor's have called Alan and Amy. The team plans to divide the space into three highly functional areas, but the work proves harder than anticipated.
When Janae decided to buy her first home, best friend and roommate Shannon was ready to help out anyway she could. The pair moved into a long abandoned home where prior neglect made itself immediately evident--particularly on the exterior.?
Enthusiastic, but helpless homeowners Kevin and Sara spend days obsessing over improvements but lack the know how to actually execute. They're a creative couple who play together in a folk band but their yard is as insipid as it gets.
Nancy and Kos's front lawn is a far cry from the lush golf course that is situated next to their home. Kos's habit of starting projects and not finishing them has now gravitated outdoors where all of the neighbors can view his lack of progress.
Peter and Debra's yard doesn't exactly serve as the sanctuary they had always hoped for, allowing them to relax without thinking about the daily hustle and bustle of life. As a matter of fact, they're losing their neighborly friendships over it.
In Orlando, FL, Joe and Heidi have been just too busy to take the time to tend to their large front yard. It's truly gotten out of hand. So Amy and Alan come in to completely revamp the yard and raise the property value.
Keith and Linda recently purchased the lakefront home where she and her family used to live. The problem is that it looks nothing like it did when Linda lived there. Alan and Amy come in to restore the home back to it's former glory.
Harold and Dana's yard is the eyesore of the neighborhood--and their pink and green house might even be worse than the yard! But Dana, herself a landscape designer, butts heads with Alan and Amy, slowing the project down with her own ideas.
Randy and Elizabeth's yard is an overgrown mess; and the whole neighborhood knows it, because it's bringing everyone's property values down. Amy and Alan arrive with a plan to renovate the front yard and house in a weekend.
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.?
Jim and Rose?s yard is a barren wasteland with no grass 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!
Michael and Alicia are a busy couple with three kids. The condition of their front yard has plummeted on their list of priorities, and so has the property value of their home. The annual neighborhood block party is looming just a few days away.
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