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In this home renovation series, architect Dermot Bannon tackles a new bunch of projects that will test his skills as a designer and innovator. The series is broadcast on Ireland's RTE network and also on the UK's Home channel. Room to Improve is a series that is currently running and has 12 seasons (38 episodes). The series first aired on February 15, 2017.

Where do I stream Room to Improve online? Room to Improve is available for streaming on Indigenius, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Room to Improve on demand at Amazon Prime, Tubi TV online.

12 Seasons, 38 Episodes
February 15, 2017
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Room to Improve Full Episode Guide

  • Glenn Keating and Gustav van der Westhuizen live in Grace Park, Drumcondra, with their 5-year-old son Noah and two pet Weimaraner dogs. They live in an Edwardian terraced three story house. The terrace was originally built for officers of the British Army, between 1897 and 1902. Glenn is a youth worker for LGBTI+ young people in the city centre and Gustav is a banker.

  • Claudia and Tom bought this 1920s bungalow with panoramic views of Tramore Bay in 2012 for

  • In Ashford Co. Wicklow stands the house of Nigel and Frances Coffey. Frances's parents live next door. Several years ago her father built a private road and gave seven plots of land to his seven children.

  • In the third episode of Room To Improve, Dermot Bannon heads to Rathfarnham, where Yvonne and Adrian Saunders live with their daughter Lauren. Yvonne and Adrian's house is a detached 1950s two-bedroom property, in need of massive transformation. Dermot likens it to a 'Hansel and Gretel' house.

  • In the second episode of Room To Improve, Dermot Bannon heads to Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary, to meet Joe Kenny and his bride to be Mary Hayes. Joe's house is a 3 bedroom, 2 storey house on a half acre site about half a mile from Borrisoleigh, with beautiful views of green fields.

  • David and Nessa Conlon have just bought this 1990s split level detached bungalow and plan to move in with their three children (twin boys aged 11 and a 7 year old girl) once the renovations have been completed.

  • Recently returned to Ireland after 12 years in London, new parents website designer Cliona and IT manager Micheal have already spent 30 grand renovating a 1950s semi-D at Killester in North Dublin in their own distinctive, industrial style.

  • At the seaside village of Portrane in North Dublin, Dermot creates a workable home for three generations of the one family under the watchful, budget-conscious eyes of two sisters.

  • IT manager Christine has bought herself a red brick terraced house in Clontarf, North Dublin. Christine has big plans for the place but as Dermot quickly discovers, they're far bigger than her 130K budget will allow. And despite his best efforts, Dermot is unable to convince Christine to modify her 25 page wish list.

  • Nine years ago, Susie and Dave bought their dream home on the outskirts of Fermoy in Cork - a 170 year old three storey mansion that Susie has admired since she was a teenager. The house however, has begun to show its age and Susie and Dave want to extend and upgrade to create the ultimate family home.

  • Country and Irish legend Daniel O'Donnell and his wife Majella share a large four bed detached home in Kincasslagh West Donegal. Unlike Daniel, who's fairly happy with the place, Majella is keen to upgrade and reconfigure the interior. With her husband on tour, she's determined to get the very best from her architect.