Casting HGTV show Professional Grade | Denver

09/15/2010

PROFESSIONAL GRADE: A NEW HGTV SHOW IS LOOKING FOR DENVER AREA HOMEOWNERS!
Think you’ve got what it takes to be the General Contractor on your own renovation? Think you can do it cheaper than the pros? Put your skills to the test for a chance at winning cash!

Producers at High Noon Entertainment are searching for dynamic Colorado homeowners who plan to renovate a room in their house using their own budget and acting as their own General Contractor. Before the project begins, the homeowners will come face-to-face with our expert contractor for an assessment of what needs to be done and how much it will cost. Then, they’ll hit the ground running, scrimping and saving, pouring in their own sweat equity and hiring out sub-contractors only when needed in order to finish on time and under budget. When the renovation is done, it’s inspection time. Our panel of expert contractors appear for a detailed evaluation of the renovation and deliver an estimate of how much they think was spent on the project. If our price-conscious homeowners are able to fool the contractor panel into thinking they spent more on the renovation than they did, then they can win the difference in cash from HGTV. High Noon is also offering $2,500 to homeowners who finish their projects in 4-5 weeks. If you think you’ve got what it takes to beat the contractor, we want to hear from you!

High Noon Entertainment would like to hear from homeowners who:

Own their own home and live in the Denver and surrounding areas
Have a remodel project planned in 2010 and plan to pull the proper permits needed to do the work.
Have a compelling story about why they need to renovate
Are physically capable of completing the renovation
Have the time available and can commit to a FIRM completion deadline (about 4-5 weeks total project time)
Have an appropriate budget already set aside for the renovation
Are enthusiastic about being on TV and are ready to put their skills to the test

to apply for show

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