Season 1

1 :01x01 - Outdoor Kitchen

In this episode of Move It Outside, Jennifer and Kurt begin working on a large outdoor grilling area. In order to stand up to the elements, the all-weather appliances are built into a durable stucco peninsula with granite countertops. Since Jennifer and Kurt intend to run all of their outdoor appliances on propane, they hire a contractor to install a propane tank and run the necessary gas lines to the various appliances. Once the propane tank is installed and the outdoor kitchen is completed, Jennifer, Kurt, and Jay cook up some lunch and enjoy the progress they have made toward their very own outdoor oasis.

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2 :01x02 - Outdoor Fireplace

In this episode of Move It Outside, Jennifer and Kurt have decided to install a modular, prefabricated, propane-powered fireplace on the patio surrounding their pool. This strong focal point invites guests to pull up a chair and warm up after a dip in the pool or swim in the lake. To further enhance the beauty and comfort of the patio area, Jennifer and Kurt fix up a number of out-dated lamp posts. With another set of projects down, Jennifer and Kurt can enjoy good food and great company in the warm light of their new fireplace. But the leisure can't last for long & their backyard transformation has only just begun.

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3 :01x03 - Outdoor Shower

In this episode of Move It Outside, Jennifer and Kurt have opted to replace their old electric water heater with a smaller, sleeker propane water heater. Additionally, since Jennifer and Kurt's guests will be moving from lake activities to pool activities, they decide it's a good idea to install an outdoor shower&limiting the need for guests to go inside. To round out the episode, they install a number of accent lights that also run on propane gas. In addition to enhancing the ambiance, these lantern-style fixtures also illuminate pathways and stairs around the pool.

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4 :01x04 - Hot Tub

Jennifer and Kurt's "fixer-upper" house is still months away from being habitable, yet they have several relatives coming over in two weeks for a family reunion. However, they do have an ace in the hole: a beautiful backyard with a large in-ground pool, an oversized deck, a boat dock, and a big yard with lush, green grass. Their only option...Move it Outside! With some significant improvements and a little elbow grease, they will be able to have the entire reunion in their soon-to-be-finished outdoor oasis. Luckily, construction coordinator Jay Baker is on site to guide them through the process, hire the necessary contractors, and make sure it all happens before the two-week deadline. In this episode of Move It Outside, Kurt and Jennifer build a hot tub and surrounding deck. In order to keep the hot tub inviting they add a high tech propane water heater that will supply it with hot water.

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5 :01x05 - Staircase and Fire Pit

In this episode of Move It Outside, Kurt and Jennifer realize that their guests can't access the downstairs and the great projects they are installing without going through the house, so they install an exterior spiral staircase. They also add a lakeside propane fueled outdoor fire pit. Kurt, Jennifer and the crew just barely finish in time as their guests begin arriving for the family reunion.

Source: DIY
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Garden/Landscape | Housing/Building | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: diy network ( USA)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 03:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 01, 2007
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