Contractor Jason Cameron and popular Do-It-Yourself Community host assists home-owners smash on their way to new areas that are stunning by remodeling and wrecking their rooms that are worst in the latest show, Sledgehammer of Do-It-Yourself Network. Premiering Wednesday, August 6, at 10 p.m. and 10:30 ET/PT, Sledgehammer characteristics home-owners who believe they are checking out for a home improvement show, but rather get a surprise visit from Jason who guarantees to repair any chamber they can totally demolish in half an hour. “We see these home-owners on camera speaking about everything they despise about their home, but they don’t have any notion that we are heading to let them have the opportunity to pulverize an area or 2 and produce their dream room,” stated Jason.
“The catch is that each chamber must be totally gutted before they are able to move ahead to bust up the next area, otherwise we WOn’t renovate it. High-Risk yes – but the settlement could be wonderful.” During the premier, Molly and homeowners Simon demolish their chamber of selection: a cellar that is interesting. With a pub on its last legs, a drop ceiling and a mural that wants to fall, they’re prepared to take the partitions out and have a cozy amusing space for his or her household. Subsequently, at 10:30 p.m. view Chris and Lynsie handle their kitchen with the hopes of also acquiring a new toilet and just two minutes left on the clock. Both partners need two area remodels, but they might confront if they can not demo the area in time cleaning up the mess on their own as the clock ticks down. “Sledgehammer not only gives a fresh spin on the house renovation process, but it showcases the greatest homeowner dream–ripping out despised rooms and changing them with a stunning new one,” stated Allison Page, general manager, HGTV and DIY Network.
“You smash it, we repair it- does not get much better than that.” ABOUT DIY NETWORK DIY Network, in the originators of HGTV and Food Network, is the goto destination for tear-up, knock out home improvement tv. Now in over 56 million homes, Do-It-Yourself Network’s programming addresses a comprehensive variety of classes, including landscaping and home improvement. The network’s award winning web site, DIYNetwork.com, consistently ranks among America’s leading home and garden Internet destinations for amusing videos, home improvement assistance, step by step directions, forums, web logs, an interactive program information and more. Audience connect to other home improvement enthusiasts and may also become supporters of DIY Network and do it-yourself-ers through Pinterest, Face Book, Instagram and Twitter. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., DIY Network is fully owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. (SNI). # # # Media Contacts: This entrance passed through the Full-Text RSS support — if this is your content and you are reading it on someone else’s website, please read the FAQ at fivefilters.org/content-only/faq.php#publishers.