Home To Win is HGTV’s new powerhouse reality series that offers Canadian viewers the opportunity to compete for the biggest prize in Canadian television history – their very own dream home!

For the first time ever, all of our HGTV celebrity designers and contractors will gather under one roof, bringing their extraordinary expertise, creativity and reno know-how to this massive project.

Together they will completely transform a ho-hum house into a magnificent masterpiece! Home-winning hopefuls from across the country will vie to compete for this spectacular house in the dramatic series finale.


Click below for Photos & Videos from “Home to Win

Home to Win

Behind the scenes photos from the Home to Win photoshoot


Below is the full list of seasons and episodes related to “Home to Win


Season 1

  • S01E01: Sold
  • S01E02: Books, Baths and Beyond
  • S01E03: Fit for a King
  • S01E04: The Team Comes Clean
  • S01E05: Be Our Guest!
  • S01E06: The Bunker Games
  • S01E07: Kitchen Party
  • S01E08: Bathroom Wars
  • S01E09: What’s it Worth?
  • S01E10: Key to the Competition

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