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More of a DIY gone wrong, I'm on my way to go meet with Audrey and Darren time for new countertops.
They both are burning.
The candle at both ends they're so busy they have so much going on.
We bought the house about 10 years ago, mainly because of location.
We knew that eventually, work would need to be done because it was just outdated.
The house was built in the 70s and the design reflects that, but it wasn't something that we were going to do right there.
In the beginning, one of the projects that we started was trying to bandage.
The countertop I started it and then kind of realized that uh, my being a little bit over my head, then I, just like I couldn't complete it and then I got called into work, and you know I just don't know when I'm working when I'm, not that part of the wall is gone, so we can see into the living room a little bit better.
The layout of the kitchen right now is frustrating it's too small and then also it's harder to watch the girls when we're not in the actual kitchen or living room.
I feel like we're, usually sectioned off into one part of the house.
They do not have any extra time to work on their house yet for some reason they keep taking on projects that are above their skill, set and way too ambitious.
None of the DIYs that we have tried have worked.
We need help on all of them in order to correct our little and big mistakes that we've made good.
How are you good, I'm excited to be here? You've lived here for how long 10 years, so it's finally time to just get this, how we've always wanted it to look? Okay? What is this? This is our pool table all right when we have friends come over and all the adults can kind of play, pool and I've always tried to convince them to get like a convertible kind.
Where it's a dining table, you lift off the top and then there's your pool table.
Otherwise, to me, it's just dead space because you have a doorway into your kitchen.
The dining room feels separate it does I.
Would love for the wall to be opened a little bit more.
Is that why there's a hole here, uh that was Darren trying to see if it was closing, got it? Oh wow yeah, you guys, really went for it in here.
Yes, we did.
Oh man, I have a countertop guy, so I figured I can start the demo here and save a little bit of money that would have maybe made you happy for a little while, but you wouldn't have replaced the cabinets and that's no you're not really getting like the core of the problem correct you have to address it.
There's just never a good time if you're cooking here and your kids are sitting right here like this- is really close.
You're, probably constantly like right.
You can't actually walk away when it's Something's Cooking or it has cooked because it takes a while for it to actually cool back down.
I got it so over here.
This is where we almost always are.
There's a lot going on.
In here, but wow what happened here, I was convinced that when I opened, this I was going to open it to just like solid brick, brick straight across and then once I actually like did it and I saw beam? That's definitely not brick.
I, don't know if it's safe for me to take that out and what about this this area? Do you use your sink? Do you use your bar? No, we do not.
Okay, that used to have glass shelves going across I took them off, and then he came home and saw me starting to try to take these and he's like that is going to shatter.
Well, you were right, I mean it's a good thing that you stopped I know the railing is not to code.
My daughters are constantly going in between, which is why we also have a makeshift gate up there.
Well, we have to change that.
What about these floors, the color? Isn't the prettiest? It's like more of like a yellow tone and they're.
Also very loud.
The girls will wake up to my walking around down here, a little bit earlier than I'd like them too.
I know that game sleep, so we've talked about a pretty big project here right we've talked about the staircase, the railing new flooring, and we talked about taking down walls, which means a lot of structural components.
What is your budget for this project? We're hoping it can say at 120, okay, 120 000 is a lot of money yeah.
As long as we focus on just taking down the one wall and, depending on what happens here, I think we'll be okay, all right.
Let's do it.
I have 120 000 to complete this project.
I want to do it in six weeks and my goal for this family is to not have to worry about construction anymore.
You know, maybe we'll play a little round of pool when it's all over.
They want to grow their kitchen.
I thought we could grow it this way.
Maybe, but this wall would have to come down.
I feel like figuring out how much of this wall we can take back is important.
Okay, I mean based on what I'm seeing here this wall is load-bearing, exactly what do you think about just shifting it to the right? Maybe four or five feet: I did have money set aside in the budget to add a beam on this other wall.
Okay, so I think that we start with that back wall.
We need to take more drywall off.
Let me see how those floor joists are running to determine what it's going to cost to remove that wall.
This is what all right, when you first walk through the door.
Instead of walking into a giant pool table we'll build a custom top that will work at the dining table, we'll move it to the room with the fireplace and make that the dining room we'll put a light over the table.
We can do a really fun wall treatment and we'll have seating, and then, when you want to play, pool the table, comes off the seating moves away, we'll do a fireplace refresh and create a special Nook for the kids to play as well.
So, by taking the wall down, the kitchen extends and then what was the dining room becomes part of the kitchen, we'll add gray, Shaker cabinets and Porcelain countertops all the way around the wall, the sink stays where it is and then in front of that goes our Islands, we'll add a new range to the other side of the room and then for this other room.
All we have left is to fit our living room, so we have to figure out how we can change it to make sure that the furniture layout actually works.
Okay, now we can actually demolish the kitchen.
Yeah grab that sledgehammer all right, wow.
Look at that.
What is that yeah? This is odd.
Oh my gosh.
What at some point the sink was moved and the pipe should have been run within the framing of the wall and that's dangerous.
It's just asking for a leak, because these pipes aren't protected, we'll pull the sink and then we'll just carefully demo around the area.
So we don't damage any of their exposed water lines, goodbye sink yeah, so by extending the kitchen into what is currently the dining room.
I'm able to double the size of the kitchen, they need to be able to actually use the space and have storage.
Also flipping the living room and the pool table room is a big deal.
This house is coming along, so for a staircase we've got brand new treads installed.
Our railing is out for repair.
We have to bring it up to code.
Our floors are in.
These are Wide Plank lvp Floors.
They won't Creak anymore, which is great news.
They're also spill resistant water resistant.
These floors are what this family needs right here.
There used to be a wall and a door, and everything was closed off now.
What used to be the dining room flows right in we've got a huge kitchen.
The copper plumbing has been moved into the framing.
It's now done properly.
It's safe everything's, closed up.
We've got our electrical for two islands in this room over here.
This fireplace is what I'm most excited about.
So it's all framed out.
We're going to do a beautiful wood treatment on it and over here we've capped the plumbing.
They don't need to sink anymore.
We're going to put a cabinet in here everything's, looking up hello, how's it going good.
Oh, this looks a lot better safer.
Yes right, that was the big issue you know compared to what they had before the dog gate.
Remember that are you talking about this one yeah the dog door was zipped only had three pickets in it, so anything could go through there so being able to fix this.
It's not just a design thing.
It's a lot! It's a lot about safety.
It really is this one goes right there we know they're gonna fit yeah.
That's the good thing! That's a good thing! Scott! Let's grab this big one! Okay sounds good nice guys.
This looks great clean, simple, inexpensive.
Also, the height is normal, I mean I, know it's 36 inches a lot of times.
I'll do lighter cabinets on the perimeter and a darker color on the island.
This is the right decision, especially for Audrey and Darren, because they've never had somebody designing on their behalf and I want this kitchen to feel different.
I want it to feel special and I.
Want it to feel like that, and then from here this direction we could get a little wider.
That's going to give you a lot of room.
Let's go 36 years, I mean all said and done.
That's a ton of kitchen yeah.
Is it too much? Is there such thing? I, don't think so.
We're gonna add a custom hood vent and that's going to be the wow factor in this kitchen.
It's also going to complete just another unfinished DIY in this house.
This is going to be, unlike anything, we've ever done before.
Just so, you know.
Okay, this is our range wall got it I want it to be like a feature wall of the kitchen.
Think that, though this is going to take a little bit more planning, okay, this is a piece I'm talking about you building here there.
Oh okay, I'm, so excited about this me too.
We have made so much progress on this project.
The cabinets run, the entire perimeter beautiful porcelain, countertops, are in I'm, so excited about.
Look at all, oh, my goodness, so we still have two islands that are coming in our fireplace.
So we've got our beautiful leather finished Granite, that's in I'm, so excited about this.
It's got some really great texture and our wood is going in.
So it's going to go all the way up to the ceiling.
Then it'll get stained over here.
Our little built-ins and our shelves are on the way the cabinets are in.
We need a countertop.
Things are moving forward, set it up on top there first and then nice and straight wait up cool.
Not only does it fit it's like square and in and it looks great, doesn't it though, so we have to frame in up there, so it looks like drywall.
This will be like the beefy like beam, that's forward.
We have to install our Appliance actual fan or hood fan in here right now, I'm ready for my backsplash yeah ready for my range yeah.
We get this thing done.
So these are the stain samples, yeah, so I've got stain samples here for the shelves that go here, the fireplace the open shelving over the bar and the hood.
These all actually are really good.
Oh thanks, yeah light.
Okay, this this, the grain.
A lot so I feel like if these three like, if this is a floating shell, so that's gorgeous honey.
It is I like that.
Okay I got backsplash tile, oh okay, we have different options for backsplash I.
This is pretty on its own, but when you see it next to the countertop, it's not great because it actually looks purple I'm liking, the white brick one.
It almost looks the same as the drywall, but once it's all installed, it won't yeah.
So we go with like a white.
That's an option.
Yeah I! Actually really like this one yeah.
You know why why I feel like it's Rich enough to like Elevate the tile? It also pulls a little bit from the cabinets, but it's not the same color as the cabinets.
I actually agree with you on this one.
The budget for this project was 120 000, which is a lot of money, but we also did a lot of construction.
After seven weeks, we've completed our project.
Darren and Audrey can come home and not having to worry about.
This house is going to be the perfect thing for them for a long long time, hi guys welcome home good to see you hi hi you're back at your house.
Yay can't wait to be home, yeah, so excited I have butterflies in my stomach.
I cannot wait to go inside and see what was done.
You know this has been I want to say 10 years in the making, but pretty close to that a little bit.
Yes, so I'm gonna, let the two of you go on in okay, look around and I'll come find you in a few minutes.
Okay sounds good! Oh my god! Wow! It's never been set up like this.
No dang it messed up.
Wow, it looks so much bigger than it was.
Oh, my gosh the kitchen holy crap wow.
It keeps going! Oh, my goodness, look at that two islands.
So it's big in here! Look how beautiful it's! So pretty you like the backsplash! Yes, I love the texture.
This is so pretty look at it.
It's like a dining table.
Yeah! It's like the new spot for the girls to have breakfast you guys.
What do you think I love it, so the floors are different.
Obviously, yes, these are luxury vinyl plank, so they look like wood, but they are totally LifeProof.
Did you ever think you'd see your living room here, we've never ever had it set up like that.
It looks so good, but what I think is really nice about this now.
Is that it's connected to your kitchen? Yes, it just like glows better.
Now everybody can see the beautiful kitchen that it is also your kitchen.
Can we discuss this kitchen? Yes, please.
There was so much work that went into figuring out this floor plan because you've got all of this space.
Added to your kitchen, I mean it's completely doubled in size, even I, think even more so than that more yeah, it's beautiful, there's four stools now I can sit down for dinner.
We've got three six: nine 12 15., that's a lot of drugs and there's a lot of drawers.
I, don't even think I could fill it all up, and then this nice warm wood tone we used over here as well.
Yeah, it's like a statement piece in our kitchen yeah, like your eyes just automatically draw to that.
It's gorgeous I've honestly, never seen anything like that, and I thought it'd be really fun.
You'd have all this extra space here make this your kids area, yeah they'll, appreciate that, instead of being, you know shoved into the little corner that they had okay.
So my question is: what do you see in this room, my pool table? What do you see in this room? A dining table, good job, full I, love it I'm beyond happy speechless, yeah.
Does HGTV pay for the renovations? There's a common assumption that making it on a show comes with a free renovation, or at least discounted goods. On the contrary, homeowners have to come up with the money for the projects.How can I get on the show Help I Wrecked My House? ›
So, if you've hit a roadblock in your own home reno, you could turn your experience into an episode of the show! Just send am email to email@example.com, detailing your situation and contact information, or fill out this form.Why don t they show bathrooms on Home Town? ›
"People often ask us why we don't do bathrooms or why all the rooms aren't shown on the show," she wrote in a post on Instagram, "and the answer is easy: we design the rooms that our homeowners tell us matter most to them (usually common areas), what their budget will safely cover, and what we have time to do for ...Who pays for the renovations on the living room? ›
While the homeowner ultimately pays for the renovations, it's likely helpful to not have to come up with the cash before the improvements are made. If you're a homeowner who enjoys reality TV renovation shows, you've probably envisioned what it would be like to appear on one yourself.Will HGTV pay for renovations? ›
Does HGTV pay for renovations on 'Fixer Upper'? Surprisingly, the answer is no. The couple (or person) is responsible for paying for their own renovations, but that doesn't mean they walk away totally empty handed. While HGTV doesn't fund the renovations, they do pay for one big ticket item.How much do HGTV shows pay? ›
|Associate Producer salaries - 2 salaries reported||$68,317/yr|
|Show Producer salaries - 1 salaries reported||$70,361/yr|
|Sales Representative salaries - 1 salaries reported||$46,725/yr|
|Creative salaries - 1 salaries reported||$69,264/yr|
How does HGTV cast for its shows? Casting for our shows happens through production companies. HGTV and its hosts do not contact individuals directly to participate in our programming.How do people afford renovations on HGTV? ›
"HGTV pays for some labor or costs to expedite production if needed, but generally, homeowners are paying for their services. And, they may have access to discounted services or goods." So a new kitchen island that costs $1,000 might actually cost $3,000 if the homeowners weren't being featured on a TV show.How do you nominate someone for extreme home makeover? ›
Is your home or someone you know's home in need of an extreme renovation? You — or they — may qualify to be on the show! To apply, or to nominate someone, go to https://emhe.tv/.Who pays for the furniture on the show Home Town? ›
The homeowners' budget usually does allow for lots of pieces they get to keep + the custom pieces @scotsman.co builds for each home and I like to use the homeowner's own furnishings and objects as much as possible," she explains.
You get one free piece of furniture.
When the show aired on HGTV, the furniture and decor used for the big reveal was staged. However, the network always gave the homeowner one big ticket item to keep at the end, ranging from a sectional to a dining room table.
One of their first renovated homes sold just after one week of being on the market, according to Realtor.com. It was listed in early February and gained tactics from buyers. The Napiers first started the remodel in 2016 and slowly made its way to the finish line to a complete remodel these last few years.How does HGTV do renovations so cheaply? ›
"HGTV pays for some labor or costs to expedite production if needed, but generally, homeowners are paying for their services. And, they may have access to discounted services or goods." So a new kitchen island that costs $1,000 might actually cost $3,000 if the homeowners weren't being featured on a TV show.Do HGTV homeowners get paid? ›
Do Homeowners Get Paid to Be on Love It or List It? To put it simply, no. While HGTV doesn't specifically address payment in their application, they do note that homeowners now must have a $100,000 renovation budget (this requirement was previously $50,000 and then $75,000).Are home renovations worth the money? ›
Remodeling can boost the return on investment (ROI) of a house. Wood decks, window replacement, and kitchen and bathroom upgrades tend to generate the highest ROIs. For cost recovery, remodeling projects generally must fix a design or structural flaw to earn back the cost of construction.How do Chip and Joanna renovate so cheaply? ›
Still, having your home gutted by Chip and Joanna works out to be a bargain. All of the demolition, construction, and renovation work is done at cost, which chops the price down significantly. The Gaines' are then paid the percentage of the profit they normally would have charged the homeowners, plus overhead.How is Fixer Upper so cheap? ›
A fixer-upper is a house available at a lower purchase price because it requires major maintenance work. While you can likely still live in a fixer-upper, you'll need to spend a lot of time and money on structural and/or cosmetic improvements.How do Chip and Joanna Gaines get paid on Fixer Upper? ›
Chip and Joanna reportedly made an average of $30,000 per renovation on Fixer Upper, plus an undisclosed fee from HGTV. With 79 episodes under their belt in the show's first five seasons, Chip and Joanna made at least $2.37 million just from televised renovations alone.Do people get to keep the furniture on HGTV shows? ›
That's pretty accurate, according to News & Record. An HGTV rep reportedly told the website: “The homeowners always pay for the renovation and they are given the opportunity to purchase the furnishings and décor used for the staging. What they don't purchase is removed from the home." So there you have it!Who is the most popular HGTV host? ›
Scott McGillivray has been a top rated HGTV star in the US and Canada since 2008.
That's right, HGTV doesn't include labor in their budgets either. The labor of all those hunky carpenters you see on TV is paid for by the show, and its commercial sponsors. So the overtime you would pay in real life for all those long nights of construction doesn't factor in to those HGVT budgets at all.Do HGTV winners keep the house? ›
Given the seriously steep price tag on the HGTV dream homes — and the equally pricy tax bill that comes along with winning one — it likely comes as no surprise that most winners opt to sell the house after winning.How many extreme makeover homes were lost? ›
As of 2020, nine of the original show's recipient families have given up their homes due to financial issues, which included two foreclosures.Where is the next HGTV Dream Home 2023? ›
See every stunning space from HGTV Dream Home 2023, a grand mountain escape packed with high-end design and located in Morrison, Colorado.Do the homeowners pay on Love It or List It? ›
A lot of people apply in hopes of receiving a free home renovation, but that's not exactly what they get. Be prepared to drop serious cash on the work done to the house. “The homeowners always pay for the renovation," an HGTV rep explained.How do people on HGTV have so much money? ›
The buyers in HGTV have sold another property and are house hunting with a large down payment, or they have steady high-paying jobs, or they recently inherited funds, or they worked hard, spent little saved everything and can now afford to buy the house if their dreams.Do the people on Extreme Makeover have to pay for the house? ›
In some cases, our partners provide financial assistance to help the family with costs of homeownership or assist with another major financial need in their lives. This, in turn, frees up funds for the family to maintain the new or renovated home.”Are the home makeover people Mormon? ›
In 2007, Shea graduated from Brigham Young University, owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church. Also, Mormon Wiki claims that the two are registered members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Does anyone still live in their Extreme home Makeover House? ›
It was 2006 when the "Extreme Makeover" crew tore down the Riggins' old, troubled home in Raleigh's historic Mordecai Village and transformed it into a 2,300 square foot, mortgage-free masterpiece. Now in 2022, the Riggins family is still living in it and still loving it.How much does it cost to hire Ben and Erin Napier? ›
The estimated speaking fee range to book Ben and Erin Napier for your event is $50,000 - $100,000. Ben and Erin Napier generally travels from MS, USA and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, keynote speeches, or other performances.
Erin and Ben live in the historic district of Laurel with their two sweet Great Pyrenees pups, Chevy and Baker. (Baker and I became good friends during our visit). Their home was featured in Flea Market Style Magazine last fall and Erin was kind enough to give me some of the photos from that shoot to share with you.Where does HGTV Steal This House take place? ›
About The Show
Cristy Lee (All Girls Garage on MotorTrend TV and MotorTrend+) stars in the Detroit-based home renovation series Steal This House. While Cristy is known for her expertise fixing cars, trucks and bikes, her heart is in home improvement.
With a new deal in place to takeover DIY, and the subsequent rebranding and relaunch, viewers will now get a full schedule of new shows and some holdovers from old network. The rebranding of DIY becomes official with the airing of the Fixer Upper: Welcome Home premiere at 9/8c.Do the homeowners pay on Holmes makes it right? ›
Most times, yes they do. Sometimes we bring in staging companies. Most of the times, especially if the family is in dire need, we end up covering the cost to help give everything the homeowner has in the house.Who pays for everything on Fixer Upper? ›
Surprisingly, the answer is no. The couple (or person) is responsible for paying for their own renovations, but that doesn't mean they walk away totally empty handed. While HGTV doesn't fund the renovations, they do pay for one big ticket item.How many Home Town homes have been resold? ›
The HGTV show “Home Town,” starring Ben and Erin Napier, is a love letter to Laurel, MS. In five seasons, the Napiers have rehabbed over 80 turn-of-the-century homes in the small Southern town.Why is Home Town ending? ›
The answer is pretty simple: family comes first. Between raising two small children and having to travel to a new town, the "takeover life" doesn't mesh well with their personal life. It's a hard pill to swallow, but we've got nothing but respect for the HGTV couple.Does Home Town do their own work? ›
As for Ben, he explained to People, "We approach everything as a team." That may be true; however, they both have their own specific tasks when it comes to renovating and their own skillset. Indeed, Ben tends to take care of the wood-related work, which is why you might have assumed that he's a contractor or carpenter.How much money do you get if you don t take the HGTV Dream Home? ›
According to HGTV's official sweepstakes rules, the 2023 cash option is $750,000, accepted in lieu of the house and its contents. The winner also gets the vehicle and cash prizes, usually a nice car, and $100,000 to 250,000.What home renovation shows have been sued? ›
The New York Times is reporting that some homeowners featured on such popular home-renovation shows as “Property Brothers,” “Love It or List It,” “Flip or Flop Las Vegas” and “Renovate My Family” have sued producers of those series after the work done didn't turn out the way they expected.
About The Show
Follow contractor Rico Leon as he resolves conflicts between emotionally and financially stressed homeowners and their builders to turn renovation and construction nightmares into dream homes.
Does HGTV pay for the renovations? There's a common assumption that making it on a show comes with a free renovation, or at least discounted goods. On the contrary, homeowners have to come up with the money for the projects.Can you sell the HGTV house if you win? ›
If the winner opts for the cash alternative, the Dream Home crew is usually able to sell the home in a month, sometimes in days. Though the new owners remain nameless, they purchase the homes at or around the price that HGTV deems the houses worth, but “ rarely at full value. ”What doesn't add value to your home? ›
Key Takeaways. Extensive landscaping, solar panels, and luxury touches like heated floors are among the items that won't increase your home's resale value much. If you're hoping to increase home value, highly customized upgrades or improvements that do not have universal appeal probably won't help.What makes home value go down? ›
Some factors, such as property maintenance and improvements, are in your control. Other times, factors outside your control, such as the property market, natural disasters, and changes in your neighborhood, might be bringing down the value of your home.How do people afford the renovations on Fixer Upper? ›
By far the most popular funding choice for a fixer-upper is a renovation loan, either through a home equity line of credit or a mortgage. Home equity lines can generally be borrowed against 90 percent of the equity that the homeowner will have in the house after the repairs and remodeling are completed.Who pays for the renovations on George to the Rescue? ›
“George to the Rescue” producers select “deserving people” for home renovations, pay for their lodging during construction, and film a reveal scene in which the family returns to their home to see the final product for the first time.Do people on renovation shows get paid? ›
To put it simply, no. While HGTV doesn't specifically address payment in their application, they do note that homeowners now must have a $100,000 renovation budget (this requirement was previously $50,000 and then $75,000). So we assume that means participants are not in this for the paycheck!Is Joanna Gaines giving away money? ›
Waco's elite TV personality Joanna Gaines announced on Facebook Friday that she will be giving away $50,000 to one lucky person with the best business idea or goal.Did Fixer Upper ever get sued? ›
Perhaps unsurprisingly, given their industry, Chip and Joanna Gaines have been sued at least twice. One lawsuit came about after a dispute over land that neighbored the Gaines' Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas in 2016.
According to Starcasm, which estimates pretty accurately celebrity net worths and salaries, the Gaines' make $30,000 for every single episode of their show and they also get an undisclosed fee from the families' that participate. With 16 episodes per season, that's almost half a million dollars.How much do Chip and Joanna charge their clients? ›
The purchase price must be under $200,000, and the residence must require at least $30,000 in renovations. Not every room undergoes a full-blown demolition, since Chip and Joanna typically focus on one area of the house.How to get a free home makeover from HGTV? ›
Is your home or someone you know's home in need of an extreme renovation? You — or they — may qualify to be on the show! To apply, or to nominate someone, go to https://emhe.tv/.Who pays for the furniture on HGTV? ›
That's pretty accurate, according to News & Record. An HGTV rep reportedly told the website: “The homeowners always pay for the renovation and they are given the opportunity to purchase the furnishings and décor used for the staging. What they don't purchase is removed from the home." So there you have it!How much does it cost to hire Nate and Jeremiah? ›
On the casting notice, the copy is upfront about the costs, saying that in order to apply, you need to have a budget of at least $35K. According to the casting call, Nate and Jeremiah will help out on one to two rooms, but no major renovations.Do the homeowners get paid on Love It or List It? ›
Do Homeowners Get Paid to Be on Love It or List It? To put it simply, no. While HGTV doesn't specifically address payment in their application, they do note that homeowners now must have a $100,000 renovation budget (this requirement was previously $50,000 and then $75,000).How do chip and Joanna Gaines get paid on Fixer Upper? ›
Chip and Joanna reportedly made an average of $30,000 per renovation on Fixer Upper, plus an undisclosed fee from HGTV. With 79 episodes under their belt in the show's first five seasons, Chip and Joanna made at least $2.37 million just from televised renovations alone.