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Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell are total opposites in every way -- personal style, spending habits, even their preferred projects -- but that hasn't stopped the best friends from forming a perfect home renovation team. This series details the unconventional approach they take to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho. Their business, Timber and Love, matches their mission: to incorporate timber in every project, and to love the rebuilding process. Luke is a stylistic visionary and Clint is a getter-done contractor, the results of which are renos highlighted by clean lines, vaulted ceilings and locally-crafted custom pieces.

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Luke and Clint take a big risk with two custom murals in a four-bedroom, three-bathroom midcentury modern ranch built in 1957; they mix vintage and modern and enlist the help of Luke's son, Elias, to create a penny floor in the master bathroom.
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Luke and Clint have an exclusive offer to purchase a stunning 3,100-square-foot, mid-century modern home on the scenic Central Rim; they will have to pay $350,000 in cash and an additional $300,000 in possible renovations.
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Luke and Clint purchase a beat-up, early 1900s triplex in Boise's North End with plans to convert it into a vintage, single-family home; after quickly blowing through their renovation budget, they regroup with a fresh plan.
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When a farmhouse goes on the market, Luke and Clint give it a Southwestern vibe; the guys install wrought-iron railings, commission an artist to create ceramic art and build a bookcase for a reading nook decorated with cacti and a cattle skull.
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Luke and Clint snag a Craftsman home in the historic North End of Boise, despite its high cost of renovations; they install a brand-new front porch with cedar-shake siding and revamp the attic space to make a functional new floor.
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Clint and Luke transform a one-level triplex into a two-story, single-family home in Boise's popular North End; reclaimed materials help maintain the Craftsman style, while the open interior gives the living space a modern appeal.
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Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson buy a 900-square-foot cottage that was built in 1905 and sits in a historic district, so tight restrictions on renovations prevent them from adding value by increasing the square footage.
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With the help of their sons, Luke and Clint tackle a 1950s farmhouse and treehouse they've purchased on Boise's west side; this tricked-out treehouse gets a new kitchen with church-pew seating and porcelain brick tile on the living room fireplace.
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Friends Luke and Clint take an unconventional approach to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho; designer Luke likes to reach for the stars, while rugged contractor Clint remains focused on the bottom line.
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Clint and Luke buy a three bedroom, two bathroom ranch built in 1964 and seize the chance to save both time and money by using their existing inventory of midcentury decor; Clint's son, Eli, pitches in to help make a breezeway accent wall.
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Luke overspends the budget outbidding hundreds of eager developers on a neglected Boise River house; forced to start from scratch, he and Clint need to go bigger than big to make their money back and see a profit.
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Luke and Clint purchase a mid-century modern house with architecture reminiscent of Hollywood Hills in a Mesa neighborhood overlooking Boise; they give the house a glitzy makeover with a huge master closet and sleek home office.
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Texas contractor Clint Robertson and Idaho designer Luke Caldwell choose between a dated farmhouse and a midcentury modern split-level for their next investment property.

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