Erik and Kim Tallmeister moved into their Toronto duplex in 1997. While it was perfect for the newlyweds at the time, since then their family has doubled, and the two and a half bedroom home with an unfinished basement no longer accommodates this family of four. Their two daughters have started pleading for their own bedrooms, and the basement has been an albatross around their neck for seven years, as continuous construction problems kept them from creating the space they so desperately need. Erik has had enough; he thinks they should get out before they spend any more money. But Kim is a fighter, and believes they’ve come this far – to give up now would be admitting failure. Will Hilary finally finish the Tallmeister’s basement and add bedroom space to give their daughters much needed breathing room, or will David be able to woo the family into a larger home that comfortably fits this family of four?