Now casting HGTV’d

05/04/2011

Casting call for homeowners – HGTV home makeover show tryouts

Are you the ultimate HGTV fan?
Do you wish your home could appear on a HGTV series?
Do you dream of home makeovers?
Do you have stuff you are dying to get done in your house?

Are you a passionately crazy fan of HGTV?!? Do you longingly watch each HGTV show secretly fantasizing that one day HGTV will come to your home and create the most outrageous and off-the-wall room known to mankind? Have you always said “I wish they could come do that to MY house!”

HGTV Fans – Your wait is over……..HGTV’d is coming to your city to help you create the most out-of-the-universe, wild & wacky, ‘how crazy is this space’ room that you could ever imagine!!! WANT YOUR ROOM HGTV’d? Are you up for it?!?

HGTV’d is a hot new prime-time series premiering on HGTV in 2011. HGTV’d will provide lucky homeowners with the opportunity to experience the fantasy room that they have always dreamt about, tailored specifically to your needs, by a top HGTV star!

We are looking to renovate rooms where “WHERE FUN HAPPENS” …..Home Theaters, Family Rooms, Kitchens, Outdoor spaces, Multi-purpose spaces, Rec rooms, Garage/multi-purpose space, etc..

If you’re a fun, upbeat and outgoing family/person with a passion for all things HGTV we want to hear from you NOW! Please log onto http://my.hgtv.com/hgtvd and submit yourself and your home for the series – casting throughout the country.

Homeowners only. Sorry, but walls cannot be broken, rooms cannot be enlarged or moved.

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2 thoughts on “Now casting HGTV’d

  1. Ellen Kollar

    Hi,
    I have been watching American Handyman this season and I
    would love my husband to enter ( he does not know I am sending this !) He is just so great at doing everything, wood work,electrical,painting pluming and I could go on and on. Can you tell me when the next casting call is?
    Sincerely, Ellen Kollar

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  2. Jody Tschida

    Dear Producers,

    We recently sold our home out in the country, kept whatever we could fit into a 20’ POD and lived with family and friends while we made offers on short sale homes. It took 4 months, but we were fortunate to purchase 2 foreclosed homes. Our main home is in Roseville, just bordering St Paul Minnesota. Built in 1988, 3 level split. We have done most of repairs, painting and new flooring. This home is furnished.

    Our other location is in Bradenton Florida, which we purchased with our 20 year old son. We hope to retire there some day, but for now our son is currently living there. The Bradenton home is the property that is in need of the most attention. Florida is hit hard with foreclosures and the repairs we need done are pretty common for older homes in that area. Our home was built in 1966, cute 3 bedroom with pool with a Veranda style porch entry. This home is unfurnished.

    We have a few projects and hope that one of them might catch your attention for a segment on your show.

    Florida Project # 1
    It took us a couple months, but we have come to the conclusion with the big water and electrical bills that we have a water leak. Since they lay plumbing, pour cement and then build the house it should be an interesting but common problem for this area. New to us since we are from Minnesota where plumbing is easy to get to. We may need an Infrared Imaging tool to detect leak so we know where to start busting up our floor. I hate to bust up the floor because the floors are typical Florida style pink tile and Terazzo. The other option is tore pipe, lay new PVC pipe up in attic.

    Florida Project #2
    3 season porch (Lenai) was enclosed with beautiful pine wood (which I don’t like – it doesn’t look Florida) with no insulation so very hot room, unable to keep air conditioned. They also enclosed it from the pool so we need to open it back up. We thought we would put in 2 french style slider doors which when opened brings the pool into the room. The pool is enclosed and already attached to where we want to open it. My son would like to decorate this room in a cabana or tiki bar style.

    Florida Project #3
    We need to open the pool area. The screen enclosures need some repair. The pool needs a couple small areas remarsided, and then a good cleaning before we can fill it. Hopefully the motor and pump works.

    Florida Project #4
    House is pretty much empty, in need of decorating and furnishing. I like the old Florida beach style and colors. My son is real modern style, but likes the Tiki type pool room.

    Minnesota Project #1
    Since parking space is at a minimum we would like to open the whole front yard as parking. The driveway is skinny asphalt on a hill to busy street, maybe 6 cars if careful. To one side is narrow area slopping down, other side is grassy slopping up with an area of homemade fountain. We would like to bobcat the higher side to the lower side to even out whole front area and have more parking and turn around area – also no grass to cut.

    Minnesota Project #2
    Walk out deck from kitchen. Put slider door where kitchen window is and a deck out to the backyard.

    Minnesota Project #3
    This project is not as important as the others, but when the previous owners left they crumbled parts of the chain link fence as they took out the shed and hot tub. So we have areas for a shed and hot tub to go.

    Sincerely,

    Tom, Jody, and Rocky Tschida
    1765 Dale St N
    Roseville, MN 55113
    or
    4423 York Drive
    Bradenton, FL 34207

    651-481-1469 Home
    651-808-0111 Cell

    Reply

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