They picked up one of the lowest scores of the contest so far, but surprisingly, Mike and Andrew aren't too disappointed with how this week's room shaped up.
"There was more at stake for the challenges than for the reveal, so we said we weren't going to rush it," he says of their partially-incomplete roof terrace, slammed by the judges.
But with a $5000 win and two bonus points in their hot little hands from the Builder App challenge, it's taking the pain out of their loss.
"We're disappointed we didn't get to do what we had planned," Andrew admits. "But we can go back and fix things."
First job on the agenda? Sort out their utilities area, something they were scrambling to complete in the final moments before Tools Down. Their lack of attention to detail wasn't lost on the judges.
"I'm looking at a window that isn't finished; I'm looking at a door that's not on. Putting aside the stylistic things, I just think they have definitely miss the mark this week," judge John McGrath commented upon entering.
For Neale, it was their use of colour that had him scratching his head.
"It feels quite oppressive — definitely wrong," he admitted.
"It's not a practical space," Shaynna added. "When you are trying to do laundry, where do you put the ladder?"
But despite their harsh criticism, the boys are nonplussed, and determined to go back and fix what went wrong. They'll start by installing the windows and doors properly, and re-configure their roof space. And the ill-fitting table and chairs? They've got to go!
"We're going to swap them for a BBQ for downstairs. We'll do something else up here," Andrew explains.
Their favourite thing: The view! "We have 300 degree view, taking in both the big bridges, the city and the skyline. It's amazing," says Andrew.