It’s that time again! We’ve got a brand new photo gallery to share, featuring the projects from last night’s episodes of “Disaster Decks”!
First up, nautical enthusiasts Brent and Barb’s rickety old deck was unsafe and falling apart, with their boats being used to cover up the damage! They called in Paul and the crew, who fixed them up with a new deck that shows their passion for sailing and showcases their gorgeous lake view.
Next, Paul and the team helped Sean and Samantha with their boring, haphazardly built box deck. Poorly anchored and improperly supported, it spelled a recipe for disaster with their young family. Now, they have a deck that they can raise their kids on with peace of mind.
- Barb and Brent’s Deck
- Samantha and Sean’s Deck
New Deck Builds on Disaster Decks – We’ve got two more photo sets from last night’s new episodes of “Disaster Decks”, which air on Tuesdays at 9pm e/p on HGTV Canada.
Starting at nine, we met Kathleen & Sam, a couple who have special safety concerns for their young son, and a dangerous old deck. Sam has to admit that he’s in over his head with tackling this fix, so Paul & the crew are on the scene!
Then at nine thirty, Carrie & Clint called in help for their ancient and disintegrating eyesore of a deck. Paul is on the scene to put the old deck out of its misery, and guide Clint in creating a new haven for the family to enjoy!
- Kathleen and Sam’s Deck
- Carrie and Clints Deck
Disaster Decks Gallery Update – We’ve added two brand new projects to our gallery, from last night’s episodes of “Disaster Decks”, which airs on Tuesdays at 9pm e/p on HGTV Canada!
Mary and Lain love their secluded rural home, surrounded by greenspace and privacy. But the deck that came with it was tiny and poorly placed: Right over the access to their septic tank! Yikes! Fortunately, now they have a deck they’ll be proud to share with friends & family.
In the next episode, Melissa and Kevin sought help from Paul & the team with their unwanted furry neighbours and unsafe deck that posed a hazard for their young family. The result? No more raccoons, and a beautiful safe outdoor space to raise their kids with.
Check out the images here
New Project Photos on Disaster Decks – Did you enjoy yesterday’s double feature of all-new “Disaster Decks“? Airing Tuesday nights at 9pm e/p on HGTV Canada, we’re delighted to be unveiling decking projects once again!
We started off with Karen and Justin, whose sprawling, rotting deck was both an eyesore and a hazard for their growing family. Paul and the crew were there to give them a helping hand…and teach dentist Justin a thing or two about a different kind of drill!
Next, Lori and Tim’s deck was being eaten by an overgrown privacy shrub, and falling apart at its ant-infested seams. Zip ties and duct tape repairs? Say it ain’t so!
Check out our gallery updates and tune in again next Tuesday at 9pm e/p on HGTV Canada. Plus, watch for watch for @PaulLafranceDES on Twitter, and hashtag #DisasterDecks!
- Karen and Justin’s Deck
- Lori and Tim’s Deck
Season 3 Premier – Spring Finally Sprung on Disaster Decks, oh boy! Disaster Decks is back on HGTV Canada with an all-new season, which means spring is here at last! Season 3 premiered last night at 9pm e/p with two all-new episodes, followed by the finale of Custom Built at 10pm.
First up, David and M.C. had a rotting, incomplete deck/outdoor man cave. With no deck on the second floor of the home, the couple was forced to block the door with furniture to keep anyone from falling out! Fortunately, Paul & the crew came to the rescue.
Next, Alain and Denise were in serious need of a rebuild for their disintegrating deck. Rather than waiting around for a guest to fall through, they called in Paul Lafrance. Now, they have a classy private retreat they’ll enjoy for years to come!
Moving indoors, Paul & the crew tackled a unique challenge; bringing together and harmonizing the passions of a zen-loving yoga enthusiast, and a hunter who loves serving up fresh game! Result? The Hunter Yoga Kitchen!
Finally, Custom Built wraps up the season with The Swivel Television Room, in which Paul livens up a tired and disorganized living room with a show-stopping new centerpiece! A swiveling jumbo TV mount that can be viewed from either the kitchen or the living room, above a beautiful eco-friendly two way fireplace.
Next Tuesday, join us on Twitter starting at 9pm e/p, and watch for @PaulLafranceDES and hashtag #DisasterDecks!
- The Hunter Yoga Kitchen
- The Swivel Television Room
- Music Stand
- Community Table
- David and MC’s Deck
- Denise and Alain’s Deck