Team gets out of tight fix by a point

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS - - Marissa Ge­or­gopou­los

AF­TER spend­ing a week in WA to ren­o­vate Ka­rina and Brian’s house, where they spruced up the kitchen and daugh­ter Bai­ley’s room, Mt Druitt’s Steve and Tiana Fal­zon had to re­turn home for a 24-hour fix-up chal­lenge.

With the in­te­rior of all teams’ houses trans­formed, the next step in the House Rules com­pe­ti­tion was to spend a day per­fect­ing a cho­sen zone in their home.

“We did the main bed­room, the toi­let and the linen closet,” Mr Fal­zon said.

“The bed­room was not fin­ished and there was a walkin wardrobe which I didn’t like; it was too big and made the bed­room look too small.”

It was a daunt­ing time for all as the team with the low­est fix-up score, com­bined with their over­all score, was fac­ing elim­i­na­tion.

“I thought we did well but I wasn’t sure how ev­ery­one else went and that was the scary part,” Mr Fal­zon said.

But the fa­ther and daugh­ter scraped through, end­ing up just one point ahead of the los­ing team from WA.

“We were hop­ing to be (ranked) at the mid­dle to top but we did the best we could,” Mr Fal­zon said.

Last night the leader­board was wiped ahead of the next chal­lenge, giv­ing teams the chance to start fresh.

The main bed­room af­ter the 24-hour fix-up.

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