Poor Gwen. She says her husband Kelly is a full-blown duct tape addict. From the bathroom to the kitchen fan, we found tape holding everything together! Looks like Andrew arrived just in time!
Andrew straps on his tool belt and gets to work but first he has to meet Gwen's husband, Kelly. "And here he is, Mr. Duct Tape. I'm a huge fan of your work."
Andrew removes a drain covered with duct tape and replaces it with a two-dollar cover. Simple!
Andrew found Gwen's safety railing wasn't safe at all. Gwen had no clue that all her shaky railing needed was a few 25-cent bolts.
Gwen thought repairing her floor would be too big of a job for Andrew to tackle in one day, but the old parquet tiles are replaced new ones that just pop into place.
Gwen says she always hated her bathroom sink and countertop but couldn't get Kelly to replace it. Andrew says, "My philosophy here is the best kind of camouflage is to tear it out and throw it away!"
In less than 15 minutes the old sink is gone. Two hours later, and for less than $200, a new sink completely transformed this bathroom!
Andrew had one last surprise for Gwen and her daughter! For two days,
Andrew worked around the clock with Case Handyman to custom make a complete
playroom with supplies from Home Depot (www.homedepot.com) and decorations from
Land of Nod (www.landofnod.com). How cute is that?