Who pays for Backyard Takeover on HGTV?

Who pays for Backyard Takeover on HGTV?

“The show only pays for 50% of the work they do on your house, and the producers do what they want for TV and don’t really respect the homeowners’ wishes…

Is there a backyard makeover show?

Yard Crashers: Backyards Reimagined Professional landscaper Chris Lambton and the Yard Crashers crew turn ordinary back yards into striking spaces with novel takes on decks, patios, fire pits, water features, landscaping, hardscaping and more.

Is backyard Crashers still on?

The previous host, Ahmed Hassan (2008–2011), was replaced by Matt Blashaw in 2011. Blashaw is also taking a hiatus from the show, hosting HGTV’s Vacation House For Free, starting summer 2014. Chris Lambton will temporarily host Yard Crashers….

Yard Crashers
Original release April 7, 2008 – present
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How do you get on HGTV Backyard Takeover?

Fans are invited to connect with Backyard Takeover across HGTV’s digital platforms at HGTV.com and via @HGTV and #BackyardTakeover on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Each episode will be available on HGTV GO the same day and time as the TV premieres-Fridays beginning Aug.

Do the owners keep the furniture on hometown?

‘Home Town’ clients keep the furniture, but only sometimes But when it comes to home staging, that’s all extra. Homeowners must decide if they want to work that furniture into their final budget. The Home Town host puts together a binder of furnishings and often offers them to her clients at a discount.

Is Hometown real or fake?

Anything custom-made for a home is given to the family, but most of the staged items are taken back unless homeowners are willing to pay an extra fee. It may seem deceptive. But HGTV fans should know by now not to believe everything they see on renovation shows.


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