Colin & Justin’s Cabin Pressure

Time Schedule

Mon 11:00 | Tue 15:00 | Thu 19:00 | Fri 22:30

Overview

In this season of Colin & Justin’s Cabin Pressure, the gregarious designers, Colin and Justin, are at it again having taken on the task of transforming a dilapidated cottage into a welcoming income property. Infusing the lakeside estate with rustic charm and elegant modern comforts, the Scottish lads have a ball as they create the ultimate rental retreat. Can two Scottish gents create a cottage to rent? The pressure’s on!

10 – 16 Dec: Episode 6 – DI Why?

In order to save money, Colin and Justin become their own plumbers, learning how to install their own toilet! The boys take a crash course in toilet installation by visiting a local plumber who is installing a toilet for a sweet old lady. The boys continue the fun when they visit a local lady to learn how to make their own soap for their guest. Installing toilets and making soaps have never been this outrageous and Randy’s crew, especially the apprentice, are not amused.

17 – 23 Dec: Episode 7 – Keep them Guesting

It’s time to create a beautiful master guest suite – complete with en-suite. But with water and electrical issues, the costs are anything but relaxing. Steve, the electrician points out that the electrical box not only has to be moved, but the entire cottage needs to be re-wired, costing the boys thousands of dollars! In addition, Randy informs the boys that all the drywall needs to be removed due to water damage – something that Colin thought they could save. So far, there are no restful nights in this room!

24 – 30 Dec: Episode 8 – You are the Sunroom of My Life

Colin and Justin want a sunroom to increase the amount of space for their guests. However, with footings miscalculated and issues with beams and windows there are no sunny days here! The installation has proven to take much longer than the boys had scheduled and both time and money are running out! And, worse than that….their newly acquired swinging chair isn’t working out!

31 Dec – 06 Jan: Episode 9 – It’s All About the Basement – No Trouble

Colin and Justin start are putting a bathroom and laundry in the basement. Justin comes up with the brilliant idea that the boys can make extra money by having coin-operated washer and dryer. Colin thinks that this is a ridiculous idea. The boys go to a local Laundromat to research this cleaning business venture a bit more. Will Justin get his way with a coin-operated washer and dryer or is the entire idea just a complete ‘wash’.

07 – 13 Jan: Episode 10 – A Guest Down Under

To accommodate more renters, Colin and Justin and putting a bedroom and living space downstairs – surrounded by cedar panelling, which is costly. To save money….DIY projects are the answer! The boys work on an amazing mirror made out of shims and Justin’s idea of a hanging wall piece is fine….until he decides to wash it! The boys travel to the local thrift store and find a cool vintage record player. They also find the time to have a 1980’s style workout with the locals.

Episode 11 – Take the Log Way Home

Inspired by the country, Colin and Justin look to design a log-cabin feel Bunkie. They even visit and log cutting facility and are amazed at the entire process of how logs are converted into fittings for their own Bunkie. What does not amaze the boys, is how much water has filled into the foundation for their Bunkie and how the costs keep mounting before even one log is layed into position. Will the Bunkie be a bust?

Episode 12 – Life is a Banquette

It’s time to design a kitchen that can accommodate 12 renters. With a custom built banquette, the boys create a kitchen to ‘dine’ for! First off, Colin Justin demolish the cabinetry, with Justin going crazy with the old panelling. Then, the boys get an amazing kitchen banquette bench deliver, made out of original barn board. The boys also decide put together their own kitchen cabinetry….which proves not to be the greatest of ideas!

Episode 13 –  Living Room on a Prayer

Colin and Justin design a living room perfect for renters, however, their fireplace hearth may not make it into the cottage! What was supposed to be a cost-saving DIY – using old boards and cement turns out to be a monster of a hearth. It is so huge and so heavy; can the boys and Randy’s crew even get this into the cottage?