Some thought the final show was a bit of a damp squib, others were less than enamoured by Jamie the Builder, and yet more lamented the series end.
As ever, RTE's Room to Improve divided opinion with viewers taking to Twitter to air their grievances and generally have the craic.
Last night's finale show saw a 1960s three-bed semi getting a makeover on a limited budget under the threat of a baby's imminent arrival and with a builder who was a contestant on The Apprentice facing off with Dermot Bannon.
Leonard and Caroline Cullen's house in Dundrum was a higgledy piggledy maze of tiny rooms and they wanted a redesigned ground floor, new ensuite and an attic conversion.
Dermot Bannon with Leonard and Caroline Cullen in the finale of Room to Improve
The work was taking place close to the due date of their first baby (although exactly how close was not made clear) and Apprentice builder Jamie opposed architect Dermot's plans to build a sunken den with a rear extension.
Then the clients drop the services of Quantity Surveyor Patricia Power in favour of handling things themselves. And then windowgate happened...