Beat My Build
About the Show
Property renovators go head to head as they compete to make the most profit from their development projects
Series 1 Summary
Amanda Lamb and Laura Hamilton present the home improvement show that pits two renovators against each other as they battle to beat their competitor's build, make the most profit from the work they do, and bag the £5000 winner's prize
Amanda and Laura offer their expert opinions on the projects before and after the renovations. These are big projects, with walls coming down, extensions going up and houses being converted into flats.
There are burst pipes, unreliable suppliers, serious structural problems and planning issues.
Two property developers go head to head in a Surrey showdown.
Two property developing couples either side of the Pennines battle it out in a hard fought contest to make the most money doing up terraced cottages.
A first time property developing couple compete with a full time developer in a winner takes all competition featuring a terraced house versus a bungalow. Will it be the amateurs or the professional who walk away with the cash prize?
Two sets of property developers in the East Midlands compete to add the most value to their terraced houses. One is renovating his place to live in while the other is looking to sell on and make a profit.
Two sets of property developers compete to make the most profit from their projects, one a flat London, the other a flat on the south coast.
A period terrace takes on a bungalow in the North West as two property developers go head to head to try and make the most profit from their projects and win the £5000 prize.
It's city versus country as two sets of property developers compete to make the most profit from their projects. Will it be a cottage in a Derbyshire village or a townhouse in Leeds that helps one team win the £5000 prize?
There's plenty at stake in this competition in Romford, Essex as two sets of property developers compete to make the most profit from their projects. One couple is in a race against time to finish before the arrival of their first child.
Two fiercely competitive property developers in Manchester go head to head to make the most profit from renovating a semi and a terrace in the city. Will breaking all the renovation rules when decorating their project cost one developer the victory, thus handing the £5000 prize to their rival?
Two teams of property developers with a terrace to do up go head to head in Chester to see who can make the most profit from their projects.
It's a hard-fought contest as two experienced developers go head to head renovating properties in the North West to try to make the biggest profit and win the £5000 prize.
A clash of terraced houses as two teams in the Midlands compete to make the most profit from their development projects. The result is extremely close, but only one team can win.
Two first-time property developers compete for the £5000 prize. One of them lives in their property while they're doing it up, and, for the other, it's one of their dreams to do up a house. Who will make the most money and pocket the prize?
North East meets North West as two first-time property developing teams compete to make the most profit from their projects. Will a terrace house or a flat be the £5000 winner?
An experienced team of property developers take on two novices in a renovation contest to see who can make the most profit from their projects. The teams take two very different approaches to developing their terraced houses, but only one team can win the £5000 prize.
A terrace and a flat are the settings for the contest as two renovators compete against one another to see who can make the most profit from developing their properties.
A lecturer takes on a family doing up their first property, and whoever makes the biggest profit from their project wins a prize of £5000.
A £5000 prize is on the line as two teams of first-time property developers, each with terraced houses to do up, compete to make the most money from them.
Two teams of experienced property developers go head-to-head to try and make the most money from their development projects and win a £5000 cash prize.
It's England v Wales as two teams of property developers battle to make the biggest profit from their renovation projects and walk away with a £5000 prize.
Beat My Build synopsis
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