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Bathrooms serve a purpose in people's homes but they don't always look nice. Licensed contractor Matt Muenster hopes to change that by renovating homeowners' bathrooms. In the same vein as "House Crashers" and "Yard Crashers," Muenster surprises homeowners while they are shopping for home improvement supplies and identifies a bathroom challenge. He then follows the homeowners to their house and tackles the bathroom overhaul.

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A cramped master bath is enlarged into the master bedroom to create an elegant east coast cottage space.

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