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Rescue My Renovation is a reality television show that runs for a half-hour in which an experienced and licensed contractor John DeSilvia comes to the rescue of people whose homes have been only partly or incorrectly renovated by another contractor or even, in some cases, the homeowners themselves.

The show follows DeSilvia as he correctly fixes unfinished or badly done renovations on homes and transforms the mess into something the home owners won't even recognize as their old home. In the show, Desilvia only has a few days to work on these homes with the help of his trusted team of licensed contractors. In those few short days he must fix anything from bad plumbing to unfinished rooms before his time runs out. By the end of the show, all complaints over their shoddily done renovations will have been addressed for the homeowners.

Rescue My Renovation is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (33 episodes). The series first aired on February 27, 2013.

Rescue My Renovation is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Rescue My Renovation on demand atAmazon, Google Play, iTunes online.

Wednesday 9:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
4 Seasons, 33 Episodes
February 27, 2013
Kids & Family, Home & Garden, Reality
Cast: John DeSilvia
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Rescue My Renovation Full Episode Guide

  • Tommy and Wendy's contractor runs away with their money and leaves them with residual water damage making their entire ground floor unusable.

  • John must act swiftly after realizing that a sinking kitchen floor is jeopardizing the safety of a young family, and he races to prevent the floor from falling into the basement.

  • A contractor fails to deliver after taking a woman's life savings, so what starts as a kitchen renovation turns into a teardown for John and his team.

  • John DeSilvia comes face to face with an enclosed deck and bathroom so poorly done it's almost comical. But he stops laughing when he hears how much they paid. As John peels back each layer of the deck, their home, and the bathroom, things keep getting worse. It's up to John to fix everything. It is a big job, but the homeowners will finally get the quality work for which they paid.

  • Host John DeSilvia takes on a brand new house that already has severe water damage, which, among other things, is causing its brick veneer to separate from the face of the house. John has a big project ahead of him, as he will have to remove the entire front and rear fa├žade of the house to see this through.

  • Host John DeSilvia has to work quickly to secure an extension pulling away from the original structure. It's ready to come down, and the safety of the family is in John's hands.

  • John DeSilvia helps a family rediscover dreams of a forgotten basement bathroom.

  • JD rescues a bathroom by eliminating a mold problem, patching a leak, and reconfiguring the layout.

  • John DeSilvia tends to a kitchen calamity and delivers a sleek new look the homeowners will love.

  • JD rescues a balcony that leaks into the front entrance of a home destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

  • Adam and Sabrina's troubles began when they hired a contractor to replace the roof after storm damage. After he'd finished the job, they found water leaking through the ceiling and cascading down their walls.

  • John DeSilvia overhauls a butchered bedroom while tackling structural and flooring issues in the process.

  • John DeSilvia arrives on the scene and delivers a beautiful, watertight basement that Ian and Ceason will want to use just as much as their guests.

  • John DeSilvia saves homeowners from a klutzy contractor by fixing the bathroom and structural issues. John and his team smooth their bathroom renovation into a relaxing retreat.

  • John DeSilvia saves a leaky basement and discovers a nightmare lurking beneath the surface thanks to a handyman's hack job and a contractor's shoddy workmanship.

  • John DeSilvia rescues a mudroom with a faulty foundation and a collapsing front porch and deliver it from disaster. The result is a safe and functional mud room , front porch and entry to the home.