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ALL AMERICAN HANDYMAN

All American Handyman brings together 10 of the country’s most talented handymen and handywomen to compete in a series of challenges to discover who has what it takes to fix and build just about anything thrown their way.

Over the course of six episodes, competitors battle through challenges designed to test their skills, creativity and resourcefulness in a series of relatable, real-world handyman projects.

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SEASONS & EPISODES

Below is the full list of seasons and episodes related to “All American Handyman”

 

Season 1

  • S01E01: Hello Contestants, Goodbye Contestants
  • S01E02: Teams of Two
  • S01E03: Lay Out Kitchen Designs
  • S01E04: This is the End My Friends

Season 3

  • S03E01: Toilet Fixes and Custom Doghouse Build
  • S03E02: Crying Babies and Playground Battles
  • S03E03: From Clutter and Chaos to the Dream Garage
  • S03E04: Handymen turned Home Inspectors Turned Garden builders
  • S03E05: The Crawlspace Obstacle Course and BBQ Island Build Off
  • S03E06: Media Room Redo and a Full Kitchen Build Out

Season 2

  • S02E01: Make or Break
  • S02E02: Good on Paper
  • S02E03: Behind Closed Doors
  • S02E04: Terrible Twos
  • S02E05: Know It or Blow It
  • S02E06: to the Top

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I always recommend getting a pre-reno inspection. A home inspection BEFORE your renovation starts will possibly point out issues that you need to address which will affect your budget.

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Get a pre-reno home inspection, so you know exactly where to spend your money.
I see it all the time: you’ve planned for a beautiful basement where you will set up your home office, but when your contractor opens up the walls they notice something’s off on the electrical. One call to the electrician later, and you find out you need some rewiring done – but uh oh, that wasn’t part of your budget.

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