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Documentary series looking at the relationship between builders and their clients. This episode catches up on the progress of Galia Grainger's South Kensington penthouse. Having run over-schedule and over-budget, Galia is desperate to finish the build and to install her £50,000 bed. But it soon becomes apparent that her deteriorating relationship with her builder is going to have a massive impact on the project's future. Meanwhile in Ascot, Jennifer and James Slatter are on a mission to renovate their new home before the arrival of their first child. But for builder Salah Kamel, a combination of Jennifer's perfectionism, a question mark about which toilet the builders are using and a dusty fridge, all make for a stressful build.
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