Best Home Remodeling ShowsWhen it comes to home remodeling, we all try to be creative and with just a bit of an inspiration probably from magazines or television shows, we can create an all new look that suits our style.
However, home improvement and décor can be a very tough challenge, so we look for suggestions and helpful tips how to, not only get the look we want but also do it in a much practical and affordable ways in helping you redecorate your dream home. Either you're looking forward to battle bed bugs, find cheap mattresses, replace your kitchen tiles, or do a makeover for your living room, brainstorming alone isn't enough to get you on the right track.
In the world of television, most of the shows not only market ideas but also create a more realistic application of these ideas possible home design and even renovations. Here are the 10 watched home remodeling TV shows that can surely give you those excellent design ideas.
When it comes to looking for ideas or new ideas, this is the show I come to. My dream home is a farm country home. Chip and JoAnn have my taste in style in all areas, except for goats. Sorry Chip. They are down to earth people, but most of all they have that special marriage that I admire of what it takes to work together. I not only learn the creativity, I learn how they learn each other to work together for there career and for their children.
Absolutely love this show, Jo and Chip 'nail' it (so to speak) each time. Every home they have done, I'd move into tomorrow, and feel the people who now have these beautiful homes by Chip and Jo are so lucky.
The family feel and relaxed style is also a plus to see, managing a family and business can be so stressful but they have found the balance between each other. Hope this show never stops I see so many things and ideas I've not seen before and just love it.!
I am a huge fan of Fixer Upper! I love watching the ENTIRE process from choosing a home to the reveal of the newly fixed home. And also delightful moments sharing their family life. I will SO miss new weekly episodes. I am also hopeful that after taking time away to focus on new business & and their family, that their special bond and remodeling gifts will return. I for one would be thrilled!
Congradulations on your new baby.We watch all yaws shows. Yaw are so talented. We just got a house on the bayou in Deritter Louisiana. Have yaw ever thought off helping out here.
We are in serious need off yaws help.
I'm sure thus is crazy to asj. But this is our dream spot but it needs yaws skills. We are not rixh but have some. We are both retired and limited on out motor skills.
It's a great location.
But if yaw thought about trying something different for your show. Thus is the perfect location.
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True to its name, "Hidden Potential" unlocks the hidden potentials in each home that is renovated. A series that is hosted by Brandie Malay, the show features helpful information for those who want to make their dream home a reality through the house that they are about to buy. Since renovating a home never comes cheap, a home buyer who is ready to go is accompanied by an expert designer and together they check out houses that need renovation in accordance with their needs. What makes this show even more special is the computer-generated design presented by the design expert to the prospective buyer that carries their home's "hidden potential".
Its just a classic, so inspiring and very helpful to give ideas for your own home.
Last but definitely not the least is the home remodeling American reality T.V. series, " Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (EM:HE), hosted by Ty Pennington. The show provides home remodeling and renovations for less fortunate families and community schools.
Deserving benefactors are chosen based on their problems and real life, and sometimes these include a family with an illness or a recent disaster. The fun in renovating begins when the family is sent home for a vacation, and when they come back, they could find their home already fully renovated - sometimes the house seems to be replaced entirely.
How do you apply for free house renovations for myself and my parents? There are numerous medical reason for all three of us, including leukaemia. We have had to move from Darwin in the NT (Our family is in its 6 generation in the Territory) because the health department doesn't employ a Bone Marrow Transplant Specialist. Neither did they pay anything for our having to move. I don't believe there is a lot of things to change, but I need to have my parents with me so I can look after them properly. Both are elderly and both have major illnesses. My daughter is currently studying nursing so she can care for us as we age. My second daughter is moving to Brisbane at the end of 2017.
Cheers and thanks
How do I apply for this for my mother? She gave up her life ten years ago to watch my gramma and grandpa who were terminally ill and both on oxygen, and also watched her grandmother who was 93! Now all three have passed and my mother took over guardianship of her fathers sister who has Down syndrome. She has given up so much of her life for others and she recently had hip replacement surgery and is overwhelmed with organizing the house she was left with. She has so many beautiful antiques and if the house was updated a little, it would look beautiful. She had the outside resided a few years back but ran out of money to complete the inside of the house. The house was built in 1867 and has had five generations of family live there. The downstairs has had new Sheetrock but the upstairs bedrooms need new Sheetrock. She almost got the house done, but ran out of funds and now it is hard for her because of her hip. The downstairs bathroom needs a shower for her aunt with Down syndrome ...more
I want to know how to apply for this show to help my daughter in Plattsburge NY, she is badly in need of this she is separated from her husband and her two children my grandchildren have serious mental issues. she suffers herself from stress issues she is 47yrs of age the children are 16 and 18. please I need for some one to help her. we live in Canada we can't help her money wise we can only be there for emotional support I can only pray that you or some else can thank you.
Drew and Jonathan are the best. Their personalities make this program. I like to see the house hunting with Drew and the renovations and how these awesome brothers solve all the problems along the way. They are both professional caring and ENTERTAINING.
Pretty cool. They prefer the scorched earth policy of renovating older homes, but they are smart and likeable and occasionally have good taste. Sometimes they are a bit too cookie-cutter for me, but they still (mostly) have style.
I love this show. They do care for the happiness of their clients on the work they do. They try to save on every part of the renovation.
Love the brothers but I wish they would have stayed in Canada. I liked seeing what's available up here.
Getting the spot at top 10 is "This Old House", which is hosted by Kevin O'Connor and Amy Matthews. It was first release as a 13-part series for a local Boston PBS affiliate back in 1979, but from there it eventually became the most watch show when it comes to altering your home for the better. Now also considered as the "Granddaddy" of the remodeling shows for it has set the standards for those that followed after it.
If you get to see their site, you can get varied ideas for remodeling your home by browsing through their navigation. The site also has some contents about how-to repairs, and the recommended products from the T.V. show to be used and at your home.
A true remodeling show and of course one of the originals. This show is the perfect format, no drama just the actual techniques of the project. They walk you through the entire project showing just enough to motivate your imagination and demonstrate the latest techniques or best practice. This is by far the best home improvement show...
Been watching since I was a kid (with dad on the weekends) I've learned so much over the years.It's well detailed and documented fixes and renovations covering step by step, techniques, and new technologies on some projects, all without drama. May sound boring to some but the camera work is so fluid and active you have no time to be bored.
Love the show and the way they explain what they're doing and how they do it. Great information for thise that don't have expertise in that area.
Love it beautiful homes.
Simply one of the best. Curtis has integrity and puts love into her projects.
The one on our 4th spot is the show which displays the sophistication of contractor-jobs and do-it-yourself projects in your home. "Hometime" has perfectly done this since its first airing in 2011, and with its hosts Dean and Miram Johnson, this show continually displays the beauty of remodeling your home in an old-fashioned manner. Target projects can cover a week-end work or a fully completed households and several features about home maintenance and construction that you can do yourself.
Great directions for many fyi jobs. I enjoy the team 's friendly bantor and eye for detail. They also give some simple "how to" ideas to make a job easier.
They actually know what they're doing and are having fun. This makes it passion and not "just" a job.
Excellent Show especially when it was Dean and JoJo!
I skip the episodes that cover all the drama among the contestants and just watch the room reveal episodes. Even then you get enough of a sense of the development of the contestants, interesting comments on style and function, and some great renos.
It is the best mix between reality T.V. and renovation. It is extremely addictive.
A lot of drama but is so you become invested in the contestants.
The Block is an amazing mix between reality T.V. and renovation.
"Design on a Dime" occupies our second spot because of the practicality this show offers. Aired on HGTV, this decorating television showcases how beautifully your living could be remodeled using a budget of only $1,000. This gives the owners an opportunity to have their rooms remodeled an inexpensive way without compromising the design's elegance and simplicity.
I miss it, they had great ideas!
The best in remodeling, pricing and added value, with their final decision as to staying or putting it up on the Market!
Love the show. I would like to know the areas they work in.
The show itself as well as the homes are a work of art. beautiful videography and very inspiring words spoken by the presenter throughout
I absolutely love this show!. The host is great and the homes they select are amazing!
Informative, original and well thought out. A show on a whole new level!
Easily the most amazing home makeover/build show on the planet!
Wonderful couple with great ideas for incorporating both modern and contemporary design.
Love this show! Adorable and fun couple with fantastic ideas and design. Love, love, love!
I love those two, super cute and loving!
Love it! When are they on?
No nonsense show. He is a great designer and mixes is just the right amount of humor without going overboard. I wish it was on more.
I loved watching this show. But now I can't find it on T.V.. Where did it go?
The best with Scott! Watch it faithfully
Love this show, and he tries to remodel without breaking the bank
Being more "green" does not have to be limited in plastic bags now. Hosted by Steve Thomas, "Renovation Nation" takes you to experience to bask the beauty of a home building and remodeling in a "green way". With its main purpose is to present how to make homes be more environmentally friendly, this show gives and inspiration to make environmentalists by showcasing houses with excellent "green" features. Environmental advocates should never miss this T.V. show since it also gives tips on how to avoid CFCs and other harmful substances that may disrupt your environment at home.
If you are looking for an informative remodeling show but also has that lots of humor, then you should go for "Color Splash". Hosted by David Bromstad who along with his team based in Miami, this show will give you a glance of how it looks like to revive a boring room - from that monotonous-looking corner of your home to a more exciting ambiance! The team does not only put a more vibrant tone on the walls of your home, for you can take note of the healthy ecosystem going on with the teamwork. You can laugh with them, but what makes things better is that they also make you learn through their informative tips.
Love this show!
Love this show. Ben and Aaron are a joy to watch with their realistic approach to making over a home. A lot of common sense and style without all the unnecessary glitz. We binge watch this one. Love their personalities and how they interact with each other and those around them. I hope this program continues. I live in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Love their realistic, simple projects and down to earth personalities. They just seem very real. These are the people I would love living next door to me in a small, southern town.
My husbsand loves this couple and their work ethic.
As do I. Am so tired of friction and snarkiness on other shows. stopped watching Fixer upper because Jo became really rude to her husband.
Hope Erin takes better care of her husband!
Hometown should be #1
Watching these novices who often don't know which end of a hammer to hold gives those of us who have some skills the feeling that "if they can do it, I can do it." I would like to see a program that shows follow-up. Did the house sell/close? Did they decide to try it again? Are they still together or friends?
"Bought and sold" occupies our 7th spot for having the unique idea of targeting amateur estate brokers as their audiences and offering witty advices on how they could stand out in their field. This show includes the twelve realtors of ReMax Village Square Realtors in Northern New Jersey whose works are being showcased. You can also get a glimpse of how these professionals work on their process when remodeling homes. It does not only give unique selling strategies to brokers, but also renders you some tips you can use in communicating with the future professionals who might remodel your home.
Formerly known as The Real Deal, "The Real Estate Pros" takes us further by not only introducing home remodeling alone, but also the good business that comes with it. Top 8 most watched remodeling show is hosted by Richard C. Davis, who, together with his crew from Trademark Properties in Charleston, South Carolina, purchases a property and then remodels it. This show is must-watch for those who want to get an idea how to buy the right asset and resell it in a jiffy.
Next in line is the most popular show on HGTV because of its touch of reality T.V. - "Buy Me". You might notice the highlight of this show by observing how the humorous the arguments that may flare up occasionally between the real estate agents and the sellers. This is because the show does not only have home remodeling within their gauge - they expand beyond the overall process which includes getting your home, listing your property, the repairs that you need to make up to the actual selling. You might also want to take the insights mentioned by the sellers since they can prepare you for the potential problems you may encounter in remodeling your home.
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The show that launched David Bromstad's career! It was fascinating to watch the elimination process!