This is a list of season 5 episodes of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition series.
In the two-part season premiere, Ty and the design team rebuild the home of a Hawaiian woman after a flood destroyed it. They then build a community center for the family-services foundation she runs.
Ty and the design team arrive in Corvallis, Oregon to renovate the dilapidated home of a 8-year-old cancer patient and her family.
Ty and the design team give a Connecticut family a new home after their house is flooded, ravaged by fire and robbed multiple times.
The team build a new home for the Carter family, who've been living in a refurbished chicken coop.
For the past five years the Yazzie family have been living in a mobile home that has no running water or heat, and only half the trailer with functioning electricity. Seeing that his family's mobile home had no heat, at 13 years of age, son Garrett tapped his scientific intuition to create a solar heater and a water heater. To create these, he used recycled materials, including an old car transmission and 69 aluminum cans, combining them with power generated from the sun. Garrett's makeshift heating system followed the Navajo principles of living off the land, not wasting anything and recycling everything that the earth has to offer. For his invention, he became the first Navajo to win 9 out of the 10 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Awards
The crew renovate the Miller family's home due to Radon poisoning. The family meet David Beckham while in New York, away from their dangerous home.
A single father and his sons are given a new home by Ty and the crew. The family visits Spain during the construction.
Minnetonka, MN - Ty and his team build the Swenson-Lee family a new home in seven days. The family's 12 year old daughter witnessed both her parents die in tragedy. The family are sent to Disneyland for a vacation during construction.
Middleton, ID - A new home is built for the Stockdale family, whose children suffer from a debilitating blood disease known as Eosinophilic Enteropathy.
Athens, VT The Vitale family have two sons. Their youngest son, Louie Angelo Jr., was diagnosed with multiple birth defects. The team transforms their home to make it handicap-accessible.
Kirkland, WA — The team renovate the Chapin family's home, which was poorly constructed.
Milbridge, ME The team renovate Brittany Ray and Ron Smith's home, which they claim is haunted.
Calahan, CO — In just seven days the team builds the Woodhouse family a new home. Kayla Woodhouse, the family's daughter, has a rare neurological condition that lowers her sensitivity to pain and temperature.
Port Deposit, MD The Luther family's home is rebuilt by Ty and the team. Renee Sherrard-Luther operates a non-profit therapeutic riding program that helps the physically disabled.
Manchester, NH The Voisine family's home was destroyed by a flood in 2006. The crew build the family a new home.
Kansas City, KS - Daniel Gilyeat lost his leg during his second tour of Iraq. The team rebuild the family's home to make it handicap accessible.
Louisville, KY — The Hughes family's eldest son, Patrick, was born blind. The team renovate the family's home to make the house safer and more accessible.
Cullen, VA -- The team build the Lucas family a new home.
Fairmont, WV -- The Turner family's home is remodeled.
Silver Springs, NV -- The Boettcher family's house is rebuilt.
Mobile, AL -- The Gaudet family's home is rebuilt.
The team rebuild the home of a single mother and they also transform a home in Delaware.
Albuquerque - Today's home belongs to a pastor whose family moved six years ago from the Colorado mountains to a high-crime neighborhood in New Mexico. By offering food and shelter to the troubled and homeless, he and his family have helped reduce the local crime rate by 50% since they arrived.
Ty and team transform a home that is unsafe due to overly high lead levels, for two parents who have helped look after many kids over the years through foster care.
After an injury that leaves him without the use of his legs, a man has to live away from his family as his home is not set up to accommodate his disability. With the help of his faithful team, Ty will hopefully reunite the family.