Team gets out of tight fix by a point
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.