Best friends and home renovation experts, Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell, improve Idaho’s capital city with beautiful home transformations in HGTV’s new series Boise Boys, premiering Wednesday, April 25, at 11 p.m. ET/PT. The duo says they are an unlikely pairing of two very different people—Luke, a designer, is a “stylistic visionary” and Clint is a “getter-done” licensed contractor. The six-episode season will follow the pair as they renovate dilapidated properties into resale-ready homes. Their business is booming, but family comes first for Clint, the father of three, and Luke, dad to six.
“Boise is a great place with a small-town feel,” said Clint. Luke agreed, adding “And every time we renovate and sell a home here, we’re making Boise even better.”
In the premiere episode, Clint and Luke will take on their biggest project to date—a rundown property in a coveted neighborhood with spectacular views of downtown. The renovation will be colossal, including repairing the crumbling roof, replacing the lead pipe plumbing and reimagining the outdated exterior. When torrential rains throw a wrench into the original design plan, the duo will work together to keep their profit margin afloat as renovation costs rise.
Fans can follow #BoiseBoys and @HGTV on Twitter and Instagram for exclusive content from the show, including sneak peeks of the renovated spaces and expert tips from Clint and Luke. Visit hgtv.com/BoiseBoys for information on upcoming episodes.
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