“House Crashers,” the DIY Network television show that does ambush renovations for lucky homeowners, came to Cleveland and selected a project on a run-down 100-year-old Tremont home that was once an unused butcher shop. The couple bought the home with an eye toward fixing it up one section at a time on their own, but the store front of the old butcher shop was the most challenging part of the project.
So when the couple heard that “House Crashers,” was coming to Cleveland seeking a makeover project in this area, the couple headed to Lowe’s to make their pitch.
For the Tremont project, “House Crashers” turned to Hurst Design-Build-Remodeling in Middleburg Heights. The show interviewed several Northeast Ohio contractors before choosing Hurst. Hurst was able to complete about six weeks worth of work in three days. Check out the before, during and after images to see the dramatic turn around.
Dan Hurst, co-owner of Hurst Design-Build- Remodeling said, “The entire Hurst team jumped in and worked hard for three days straight and in the end we were part of an amazing transformation. We had a great time being a part of “House Crashers.” This is what we do for our clients, day in and day out. We can find inspiration in any space and work with homeowners to create something really special.”
View the before and after photos when Hurst Remodel was showcased on the DIY Network’s TV show, “House Crashers”. The three-day remodeling project featured Hurst renovating a 100 year-old Termont home.