Renovation, Inc.: Home Sweet Home was filmed in Campbellville, Ontario, a town midway between Toronto and Kitchener. It’s where Bryan and Sarah, the HGTV couples, built their family’s forever home. The Baeumlers are two people who took a decades-old wood frame home and added 5,000 square feet to it. Watch the full episode on the HGTV Go app to see more great projects by the Baeumlers.
Sarah and Bryan Baeumler are a husband and wife team who own and operate a successful construction company. They have an incredibly successful home renovation business and a highly visible YouTube channel that features videos of their work. Sarah is a trained classical ballet dancer and formerly worked as a cocktail waitress. They both have a great passion for renovation and their partnership on the show has kept viewers tuned in for seasons.
The couple are co-founders of the Baeumler Group of Companies, which includes two of the most popular home improvement shows on HGTV. In addition to their home renovation business, they have been tasked with building a family dream home. In this season of Renovation, Inc., Bryan and Sarah will be building a new family home in Campbellville, Ontario. The show follows the Baeumlers as they build a new house for their growing family.
The Lake House is airing on HGTV at 8 p.m. ET/PT every Tuesday and Thursday. The first season of Home Sweet Home begins airing on October 10. The Beginning of Renovation Inc is also available on discovery+. It’s a great way to catch up on previous seasons of the show. The couple’s new project will be an incredible place to call home. The Baeumlers’ mission is to bring joy to others through their work.
In the beginning of the series, Sarah and Bryan renovate a lakeside property. This is the first home for the couple and shows how the Baeumlers work together. The relationship between Bryan and Sarah is evident throughout the show, as they support each other at work and in their personal lives. Then, they move onto another, larger scale home redesign project. This episode is not only entertaining, but it also teaches viewers about the basics of renovation.
The Baeumlers’ family house was their family’s last construction project, and Bryan, their husband, spearheaded the efforts to remodel the space. Sarah, however, juggled the roles of wife, mother, and chief designer to complete the home. Here, she shares how she managed the project from conception to completion. In this interview, she shares how she juggled her roles and nailed it!
The first episode of Renovation, Inc. The Beginning is an insider look at the family business. The film follows the Baeumlers through the process of renovating Sarah’s first house. It also demonstrates the dynamic between Sarah and Bryan, who work together and support each other at home. The second episode of the show centers on a larger home redesign project. The Baeumlers also discuss their experiences on the show’s Facebook page.
The couple has a successful home renovation business, and they also have a busy family life. However, there’s a problem: their visions for the project are completely opposite. Sarah re-decorates the home herself, while Bryan struggles to balance his busy family life. As a result, Sarah ends up making some mistakes that cost him money. As the renovations continue, Sarah and Bryan are forced to make some major repairs on their family home.
While Bryan was in charge of the construction, Sarah took on the role of chief designer and wife. She juggled motherhood, work, and her husband’s demanding construction business. They also built three luxury homes. Ultimately, the family’s dream home is a testament to the power of design and hard work. With the Baeumlers’ dedication and tenacity, this project is an example of what the power of marriage and family can do for a home.
5,000-square-foot addition to a decades-old wood frame home
Cost per square foot is impacted by size and complexity, and specialty details can increase the price per square foot. Reclaimed wood and salvaged materials, however, can lower the cost per square foot. Hardware costs include fastening components, not the wood itself. The cost of a timber frame home versus an A-frame home is different. Here are some things to keep in mind before beginning construction.
HGTV Go app
The new HGTV series Renovation, Inc. Home Sweet Home will debut on Sunday, October 10, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Discovery+. You can watch the first episode of the series a day in advance on the service. Afterward, you can also watch it on HGTV Go, Philo, and Hulu + Live TV. This new show is a lot more personal than most other HGTV shows, featuring the families of Bryan and Sarah Baeumler.
If you are a cable TV subscriber, you can also enjoy HGTV on demand via streaming TV. This service costs $4.99 with ads, and $6.99 without. It offers dozens of HGTV shows as well as other popular lifestyle channels, including Food Network, Magnolia Network, and Investigation Discovery. It has a month-to-month contract and has plenty of other benefits as well. To get more from this subscription, make sure to check out the DISH Network’s subscription plans.
The first season of Renovation, Inc. has not yet been reviewed by critics. For critics’ reviews, check out Rotten Tomatoes. There are no featured audience reviews for the first season of the show, but that may change. For now, it is possible to read a review written by someone in the construction business who’s seen the show. You’ll need to be logged in to read these reviews, but if you haven’t, don’t worry; there’s no need to worry.
Watch the first season of Renovation, Inc. Home Sweet Home on Sundays at 8/7c on HGTV. There are also two earlier seasons on the network. The Beginning is an earlier season that airs on discovery+. Renovation, Inc.: The Beginning is a three-hour miniseries that follows the journey of the construction team. The show has been a fan favorite for more than a decade.