Chris and Aimee buy a 1920s home that desperately needs help, and Ally Mahon is up for the challenge; Ally is determined to take Chris and Aimee's Pittsburgh fixer-upper and turn it into a beautiful new home for their growing family.
A single father returns home from being deployed overseas hoping Ally can help him turn his ranch-style house into a family home for him and his two boys; Ally reinvents the boys' bedrooms using reclaimed materials from her favorite salvage shop.
Ally helps homeowners upgrade their old Victorian home with a new front porch and a complete kitchen makeover; Ally has her work cut out for her due to the winter weather and the limited budget.
After purchasing a fixer-upper that turned out to be more than she could handle, a new homeowner calls on Ally to help update her kitchen and bedroom to match her style; Ally uses leftover money in the budget to add in a surprise.
Ally has her work cut out for her when she is called upon to update and expand a vintage farmhouse for a family of six; the wish list includes a more functional master bathroom that features a sauna as well as a more spacious and modern kitchen.
Incorporating restored antique pieces and playing on the existing art deco accents throughout a kitchen and master bathroom.
Beth and her son, Will, call on Ally to turn their cramped and dated bungalow into a home where they can host family parties; Ally's love of antique shopping and ability to re-purpose existing materials allows her to overcome challenges.
A couple calls on Ally to renovate their beloved home; Ally begins by restoring the vintage charm to their outdated kitchen and adjoining rooms; then, Ally starts ripping out the walls and finds several surprises that may slow her progress.
Newlyweds ask Ally to build them a Craftsman kitchen to match the rest of their house; Ally also makes their backyard into one that's fit for entertaining.