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Season 17
A backyard with tons of weeds is transformed into the ultimate hangout with a custom hammock sofa, a water feature, a two-tiered deck, and a barbecue smoker.
A small backyard is transformed into an entertainer's dream; the yard's lone tree is removed to make way for a large deck with built-in seating and a fire pit.
Matt and the crew tackle a messy backyard filled with with broken patio furniture nand uneven pavers, turning it into a space with a custom outdoor kitchen and a rolling Tiki bar.
In Emily and Bryan's yard, Matt and his crew build floating decks around three reflecting pools and install a pergola to create some much-needed shade, transforming the space.
Juan and Katy's huge back yard is empty and boring and they long for more living space to eat, cook and hang out with friends; Matt adds a gravel patio, a modern pergola and more!
The Yard Crashers transform a small, cluttered backyard into a beer garden fit for a home brewer; they install steel planters and giant concrete pavers surrounded by turf.
The Yard Crashers tackle a rotten deck in a small backyard; they install a deck and a pergola with retractable awnings to provide shade over an outdoor sofa.
Matt designs a usable space in Sophie's sloping yard for grilling, dining and lounging, all with an English garden vibe.
The team members transform a patio space into a modern hangout.
Homeowners have a dark and uninviting yard in which Matt installs a multi-tiered deck and a concrete paver patio with a fire pit and comfy sofa; plus he adds a water feature.
Matt transforms an unused backyard into an entertainer's dream; he adds a cascading rock pond, a huge paver patio, a one-of-a-kind farmhouse dining table.
Matt comes to Allen and Lily's rescue with a Mediterranean oasis design for their uninviting yard; he gives them a deck with a barbecue island.
Season 16
Chris and his team descend on Blog Cabin 2016 to turn an empty side yard into a recreational area complete with a stilted guest retreat and a sand volleyball court.
Chris and his team head to Blog Cabin 2016 to transform an unused area under the stilted house into a lower lounge that capitalizes on the gulf view.
Chris and his crew transform a dull space into a Charleston backyard; they install a hand-cut brick patio, an oyster fire pit, a farmhouse table, and a Charleston arbour.
Cory and Lauren beg Chris for the ultimate outdoor living room; the team creates an outdoor kitchen, a bar with a new smoker, a custom dining table, and a hanging daybed
Brent and Mariah's backyard is a concrete jungle, and they need help; Chris delivers a beachy backyard.
Chris and his crew turn a yard into a West Coast party pad complete with a massive metal bar, a redwood pergola, a boardwalk deck, and a rustic metal fire bowl.
The team transform Kelly and Nicki's outdated space into a private mid-century modern entertaining hub with a monkey-pod fire feature, a barbecue area and a large dining area.
The crew turn a dilapidated yard into a massive outdoor room, which includes a bamboo deck, a custom bar made from wine barrels and a living wall full of colourful plants.