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Beautifying the interior of a home hoping to catch the eye of prospective buyers won't do any good if those same buyers are turned away by the drab exterior. Landscape contractors and hosts Chris Lambton ("Yard Crashers") and Sara Bendrick ("I Hate My Yard") bring their version of "Lawn & Order" to on-the-market properties that are guilty of bland curb appeal. By adding attractive elements such as fresh landscaping, calming water features, new shutters and garage doors, and inviting walkways, Chris and Sara help values skyrocket and homes sell.

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A couple with three boys needs to put their home on the market as soon as possible; their sloped front yard and aging features aren't doing them any favors, so Chris and Sara will have to stretch their budget to increase the home's market value.
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With three children and one more on the way, Matt and Sue have let their bungalow fall into disrepair; covered in fungus and hidden by overgrown plants, Chris and Sara must overhaul this house to get it back on par with the rest of the neighborhood.
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Brenna and Kirsten inherit their childhood home which comes with confusing front doors and an ugly exterior; Chris and Sara overhaul the exterior, add a more appealing patio and create new destinations in the yard.
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The sale of a couple's house is affected by dying plants and a mismatched exterior; Chris and Sara rescue it by adding fresh paint, a patio and a stone path.

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