NEW YORK [March 20, 2019] Idaho’s capital city is booming and so is business for home renovation experts Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell. In season two of HGTV’s Boise Boys, premiering Wednesday, April 24, at 11 p.m. ET/PT, the best friends and business partners take renovation risks on properties with serious problems in Boise. Luke is an eclectic designer who pushes the envelope to create a contemporary aesthetic for each home. Clint is a licensed contractor who brings Luke’s vision to life without compromising the budget. As dads—Clint is father to three and Luke is dad to six—they also look to their kids to help on the job site and offer design input.
This season, Clint and Luke must find affordable fixer uppers to meet the demand in this hot real estate market. They opt to overhaul historic homes with daunting restrictions and expand small cottages to fit modern families. To enhance each renovation, they create custom pieces from materials sourced from thrift stores, vintage shops and yard sales, such as converting a church pew into built-in seating for a dining table. The duo creatively reconfigure odd layouts to maximize living space and incorporate striking design elements, such as exposed beams, marble countertops and super-sleek kitchen fixtures that will wow buyers.
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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