About The Show
Expert home inspector Joe Mazza investigates hidden issues in his clients' houses, and with his pal and designer Noel Gatts, they address and eliminate daunting problems to create homes that are not only safe but stunning.
Why did chip and Joanna leave HGTV?
The couple eventually announced in September 2017 that they were concluding the show after its fifth season the following April, sharing that they needed time to focus on their family. "[The children are] so young, and we want to give them the chance to have a normal childhood," said Joanna, 39, at the time.
What HGTV show was canceled?
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What is the controversy with the host of HGTV?
Carter Oosterhouse, the HGTV host and star of TLC's Trading Spaces, has been accused of sexual misconduct by a former employee.
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.
What is the truth about HGTV home renovation shows?
The reality behind home renovation showsNot only do they not cover the major costs of the process, but the decor pieces are often just staging pieces. That being said, they do get the option of purchasing the furniture. "[T]hey are given the opportunity to purchase the furnishings and décor used for the staging.