Big Texas Fix

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Big Texas FixMichael and Ashley Cordray are on a mission to save centuries-old homes on the island of Galveston, Texas. The home renovation specialists have a passion for preserving the island's history and won't let these architectural gems get wiped off the map. "All of these homes have character and their own story, but they're being torn down all over town," Ashley says. Whether the homes are slated for demolition or have been deteriorating for decades, the duo strive to revive the properties by restoring the original wall-to-wall historic charm and adding modern amenities.
S4, EP12 "Surf Shack"Ashley and Michael transform a neglected bungalow into a coastal retreat ideal for a weekend getaway offering the best of Galveston without ever leaving the comforts of home.
S3, EP7 "Circa House"Michael and Ashley purchase the worst house in Galveston Island's desirable East End Historic District; it has a decaying porch and extensive water damage, they have their work cut out for them to make a profit on the project.
S2, EP5 "Yellow Victorian"Ashley falls in love with an old Victorian that still has most of its original details with a high asking price.
S5, EP8 "1907 Tiny Backhouse"The Cordrays decide on a main kitchen entry for a tiny backhouse, salvaging the original sink and a few other antique surprises; Ashley and Michael try their hand at homemade tile, which turns out to be their favorite project yet.
S5, EP7 "Galveston Ranch House"Buying a newer home isn't the Cordray's norm, but adding their iconic character, style and functionality never gets old; they build a privacy fence for the deck, a herringbone design focal wall, and raise and make over the original kitchen cabinets.
S5, EP6 "2 Family Beach House"Short term rentals are a Galveston staple, especially one a block from the beach; the Cordrays build a deck worthy of the ocean view, build a kitchen island with ship grate, and create an outdoor seating area.
S5, EP5 "Breezy Duplex"Preserving the historic charm of a 140-year-old duplex is priority No. 1 as the Cordrays keep the original interior paint, reuse original exterior siding in the kitchen, and turn a contemporary shed into an outdoor sitting area.
S5, EP4 "1800s Backhouse"In renovating a very old, very unique backhouse, the Cordrays create a kitchen where there once was a porch, build an office space that used to be an attic, and find a distinct dining solution perfect for a small home.
S5, EP3 "Double Lot Cottage"The oversized lot makes this 1920's home a great purchase, but Ashley and Michael must reverse a boring 80's renovation with the historic feel of handcrafted doors, shiplap ceilings and original floors that get a fun checkerboard pattern.
S5, EP2 "Beadboard House"A 1915 home gets an updated layout while keeping the classic lines of beadboard throughout; the addition of a mudroom cabinet, open kitchen shelving and a workable laundry room are sure-fire ways to bring in potential buyers.
S5, EP1 "Craftsman Camelback"Camelbacks are not common in Galveston, Texas, but the challenge is to make this one a historic head-turner; the Cordrays transform the attic into a cozy family space and build an outdoor sofa that a Gulf storm can't destroy.
S4, EP10 "Underdog Transformations"Michael and Ashley look back at their most memorable underdog remodels, including properties that were abandoned for decades, scheduled for demolition or destroyed by weather.
S4, EP9 "Best Bathrooms"When it comes to selling houses, bathrooms play a huge role in making a buyer's decision; Michael and Ashley talk viewers through six unique bathroom spaces and how they add value to a home.
S4, EP8 "Make Some Headroom"Michael and Ashley save a family's two-story 1800s home from a flip that would have been a flop; they restore the original features while working to preserve the property's historical integrity.
S4, EP7 "Brick House"The Cordrays tackle one of their most expensive projects ever in a town they both love; close to the beach and parade routes, the brick home exudes class, functionality and becomes one of Michael's favorite projects.
S4, EP6 "Behind the Kitchens"Michael and Ashley offer tips for creating the ideal kitchen and explain why it's the heart of the home; looking back at some of their most dramatic transformations, they share the spaces that became kitchen masterpieces.
S4, EP5 "Michael and Ashley's Favorite Beach Bungalows"From installing outdoor showers to planting lush, coastal landscaping, Michael and Ashley reveal some of their favorite and most memorable beach bungalow transformations.
S4, EP4 "Pelican Paradise"Michael and Ashley transform a property; they make the upstairs a kids play zone and the downstairs an elegant retreat.
S4, EP3 "Double Door"Michael and Ashley create a charming, cozy bungalow with a coastal style by adding a hanging bed, a nautical-themed 8-foot custom dining table, and handcrafted concrete countertops.
S4, EP2 "Mustard House"Michael and Ashley remodel a property with problematic additions into a cohesive and spacious home, converting awkward spaces into a flowing floor plan with custom elements throughout.
S4, EP1 "Alley Cat House"The Cordrays turn an alley home once filled with cats into a getaway; this Galveston gem is highlighted with custom features including reclaimed wood walls and an upcycled stock tank bathtub.
S3, EP5 "Stump House"Ashley and Michael take on a half-finished Victorian mansion in the Historic District that was too good to pass up.
S3, EP2 "Beach Please"Ashley and Michael find a charming 1930s bungalow close to the beach and jump at the opportunity to turn it into a vacation rental; with beach season approaching and a baby on the way, they must work hard and fast to get the house ready in time.
S3, EP1 "The Move"Ashley buys a tiny home without consulting Michael, and he's shocked to discover it needs to move six miles across the island; as costs rise, they wonder if they'll be able to turn a profit.
S2, EP8 "Soda Pop Shop"The Cordray family has been in Galveston for over a century, and for 50 years they ran a corner drug store; Ashley wants to bring it back; with a baby due in a few weeks, Michael doesn't think it's a good time to open a new business.
S2, EP6 "Coastal Cottage"Michael finds a 1931 craftsman bungalow that's near the beach, and after seeing it, they know they have to buy it.
S2, EP4 "Destined for Demo"When Michael announces he has purchased a new house, Ashley feels she is not ready to start a new project; then she hears the house is on the city's demolition list and realizes this unique 1930s bungalow needs to be saved.
S2, EP1 "East End Stunner"Ashley and Michael take on a house in the historic district; it's their first renovation since Ashley became pregnant, and they hope to complete the massive project before the baby arrives.
S1, EP8 "Dream House"Michael and Ashley stumble upon a Victorian after some curbside dumpster diving; they hit New Orleans for some perfect vintage decor then return to combine two rooms into one spacious kitchen and make this a dream house worthy of its own name.
S1, EP7 "The Kettle House"Michael and Ashley get the opportunity to renovate the Kettle House in Galveston, Texas; the spaceship-shaped landmark harbors a few surprises inside; it is soon brimming with life as the Cordrays bring their unique charm to this one-of-a-kind house.
S1, EP5 "Run Down Family Rental"Ashley and Michael take on a rundown, family-owned 1939 craftsman; the project is an emotional journey for the duo as the bland home is transformed into a breathtaking abode with room expansions and some inspired flooring choices.
S1, EP2 "Fire Salvaged Victorian"Ashley and Michael see hidden potential in a fire-damaged Victorian and decide to save it from demolition; they open up the formerly cramped space by turning a breezeway into a new kitchen before re-purposing an old safe.
S1, EP1 "The Pink Shack"Michael and Ashley have their work cut out for them while restoring a dilapidated 1914 fixer-upper; they create a breakfast nook and re-purpose a vintage wooden sign to help transform what was once a condemned eyesore into a quaint pink corner house.
Michael and Ashley Cordray are on a mission to save centuries-old homes on the island of Galveston, Texas. The home renovation specialists have a passion for preserving the island's history and won't let these architectural gems get wiped off the map. "All of these homes have character and their own story, but they're being torn down all over town," Ashley says. Whether the homes are slated for demolition or have been deteriorating for decades, the duo strive to revive the properties by restoring the original wall-to-wall historic charm and adding modern amenities.
Original Air Date: Apr 6, 2019
Genres: RealityTV Series
Rating: TVG
Playback: HD
5 seasons available on demand (30 episodes)
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