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The show Million Dollars Contractor follows contractor Stephen Fanuka as he provides some custom built homes and special features to the homes of the rich and famous. This show gets to go behind the scenes to show working being done to the finest homes in Manhattan. Stephen has the budget of a million dollars to create the dream of his clients. The viewers get to see the construction and the on site issues that happen in the contracting business. Stephen also shared tips on how to get the home of the famous for much less money.

Sunday 10:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
2 Seasons, 28 Episodes - Currently Airing
October 16, 2011
Family, How To, Reality
6.2/10
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  • When a favorite client asks Million Dollar Contractor host and licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka to renovate her kitchen, he's excited -until he hears the deadline date.

  • Stephen Fanuka the renovation of a massive duplex apartment. He designs a custom refrigerated wine room and wet bar, and although it's small, it is a massive challenge as the team struggles to combine sophisticated engineering with uncompromised aesthetics.

  • Stephen Fanuka is renovating a massive duplex apartment, giving a contemporary look to a classic space. His client's budget is limitless, but so are the expectations.

  • Fanuka is gut-renovating a sprawling apartment with three bedrooms and soaring ceilings, combining modern touches with traditional elegance. Everything is custom - from mirrors and glass to window treatments - and when the apartment is finished, it will be a space that any New Yorker would envy.

  • In a run-down pre-war apartment, Fanuka will restore a wood-paneled dining room to its former glory. But when demolition in the apartment goes too far, it's up to Fanuka to recreate hundred-year-old craftsmanship.

  • Fanuka's clients own a one bedroom apartment, and they've purchased the studio next door. Fanuka is going to combine both apartments to create a master bedroom of their dreams.

  • Fanuka Inc has built thousands of bookshelves, but Stephen creates a study with a secret door housed in a bookcase. Meanwhile, Fanuka gives his own backyard an upgrade.

  • Stephen Fanuka has been working with wood for decades, but when he's called on to construct a traditional wood-panelled dining room with an incredible level of detail, his talent will be put to the test.

  • In this unique renovation, Fanuka is asked to turn a two-bedroom apartment into a one-bedroom master suite, complete with his-and-hers dressing rooms, and a custom kitchen - all on an incredibly tight deadline.

  • Last year, Fanuka Inc. replaced the rooftop solarium in an exclusive penthouse on Central Park West. Now it's time to renovate the rest of the apartment, and it will prove a challenge for Stephen and his new project manager Peter. Every inch of the apartment is beautifully finished with built-in walnut cabinetry and rare materials like wallpaper that's actually made of stone.

  • In this special episode, Fanuka teams up with celebrity chef Marcus Samuelson to renovate a kitchen in a needy Harlem YMCA. Meanwhile, in a downtown loft, he takes on the challenge of expanding an industrial-chic kitchen.

  • In this Upper West Side gut renovation, Fanuka is focusing on the kitchen and dining room, and both rooms require exquisite custom millwork.

  • Fanuka Inc has a massive challenge - renovate and a restore an uptown apartment with over 100 years of history, and seamlessly blend new wood paneling with century-old millwork. Meanwhile, Stephen and his team are called in to fix a crumbling kitchen in Tribeca.

  • Licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka teams up with superstar designer Thom Felicia to give an apartment on Central Park West a facelift. Highlights include a completely new kitchen, and an upgraded mother-in-law suite.

  • Licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka and a team of audio engineers build a room that is perfectly suited to listening to music, while also pleasing to the eye.

  • The Central Park West apartment featured in this episode is exquisite - except for the dated kitchen.

  • Licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka takes on his biggest challenge yet when he builds a solarium on the roof of a Central Park West apartment building. It's challenging feat of engineering 17 stories above the city.

  • Licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka takes on a challenge - can he deliver "Million Dollar" quality on a fraction of the price? He attempts to do just that when he renovates and updates a public school teacher's studio apartment.

  • The renovation of the huge Upper East Side apartment continues as we follow the "private" spaces - the master suite, kids' bedrooms & bathrooms. The renovation incorporates rare materials and over-the-top built-ins in every room.

  • Licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka takes on a challenge - can he deliver "Million Dollar" quality on a fraction of the price? He attempts to do just that when he renovates and updates a public school teacher's studio apartment.

  • High design meets family life in this enormous Upper East Side apartment. Follow the renovation of the "public" spaces - the kitchen, dining room and two living rooms.

  • High design meets family life in this enormous Upper East Side apartment. Follow the renovation of the "public" spaces - the kitchen, dining room & two living rooms, featuring Stephen's trademark cabinetry in every room.

  • High design meets family life in this enormous Upper East Side apartment. Follow the renovation of the "public" spaces - the kitchen, dining room and two living rooms.

  • To succeed as a contractor in New York, you have to do a few favors - and in this episode, licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka helps his friends as they design and build a room for the 2010 Kips Bay Decorator's Show House.

  • Nate Berkus has bought the apartment of his dreams in Greenwich Village. The famous designer and television host has enlisted Stephen as he renovates, redesigns and rushes to finish the space for Nate to move in.

  • Nate Berkus bought his dream apartment in Greenwich Village. He asks Stephen to help him renovate so he can move in.

  • Stephen Fanuka helps his friends, designers Ed Ku and Etienne Coffinier design and build a room for the 2010 Kips Bay Decorator's Show House. They only have two weeks to change a featureless room into an elegant living space.

  • Stephen Fanuka and his team are tasked with turning a massive penthouse condo into the ultimate New York bachelor pad. With a top-of-the-line chef's kitchen, a walk-in closet with custom cabinetry and a 700-pound walnut floor-to-ceiling swivel room divider in the theater room, see what challenges the team faces during the complete renovation of this $10 million apartment.

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