The House That 100K Built
Jo'Ann and Andy take on the monumental task of building a house for less than 100,000 pounds, one that will never leave them with a heating or electricity bill.
Heidi and Steven are eager to do as much work themselves as possible, but face a steep learning curve as their attempts to pour and level a concrete floor adds weeks to their estimated project time.
Sue and Tim have been living in a caravan for the past two years, and set out to prove they can build their own low cost contemporary farmhouse.
Sue and Tim need an entrance hall staircase as a centrepiece to transform their home, but they require a series of low-cost lessons to have a chance of achieving high-end results. Meanwhile, in north-east Scotland, Marcus and Sholto want to create outbuildings to stand alongside their rural home, and Piers presents them with a design that takes inspiration from a building on the banks of Loch Doine.(60min)
Kieran Long follows self-builders as they take on the biggest gamble of their lives.
Dreaming of living a mortgage-free life, Alistair and Karen want to build a home for their family in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Derek and Christine have no intention of slowing down after retirement, and look to move to the southeast of England from Huddersfield.
Jason and his wife Riikka build their own dream home, after living in numerous houses in Torquay that were never quite the right fit.
Expecting parents Neil and Amanda are ready to knock down their small East Anglia home for a larger one. The two are inspired by medieval timber.
Kevin and Lesley have discovered the dream location for their home on the Isle of Sheppey; Sue and Tom are ready to fit out the interior of their home.
Essex residents Jody and Lori are living in a crowded home near Southend. They are desperate to upgrade their living situation to a spacious and modern family home but the average price of a four-bedroom build blows out their budget.
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