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Bath Crashers is a show where host, Matt Muenster, stakes out home improvement stores waiting to ambush unsuspecting do-it-yourselfers. He asks them a series of qualifying questions about their home improvement project(s) in order to help him find the perfect bathroom to remodel. Sometimes this involves using part of an existing room or closet to make the bathroom space bigger. Oftentimes, it is a master bath in need of a major overhaul or a horrific under used bathroom. There have even been times where bonus rooms are included along with the bathroom.

If Matt finds a bathroom to be a good project to undertake he presents the situation to the home owner. If they agree he will completely remodel their bathroom within a few days. All it costs the home owner is their time and hard work. He follows the home owner to their house and assesses the bathroom. He talks with them about what they need/want from their bathroom along with their likes/dislikes. He leaves and when he returns he arrives with a gigantic crew of construction professionals and a hand drawn/computer generated design plan.

With the help of the homeowners, some of their friends/family, and his crew they transform bathrooms from outdated and gross to stylish and clean. Matt offers many tips, tricks, and techniques that are useful not only to the home owners but for viewers watching. The home owners learn about tiling, grouting, power tools, and many other useful DIY things. At the end of the show the home owners¸ Matt and crew review their handiwork proudly proclaiming that's a wrap!

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Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
9 Seasons, 104 Episodes - Currently Airing
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  • Bath Crashers doesn't do beige, so a construction grade space is the perfect project to tear down and start over. Goodbye golden oak and hello to new, modern materials and amenities. A sleek soaking tub replaces the ugly corner jetted one that never go used.

  • In this home, the tub takes up half the bathroom space. The first thing that needs to be done is getting rid of the tub and replacing it with a large, steam shower with a unique, pebble floor.

  • A master bath is expanded by utilizing space from a walk-in closet.

  • A large bathroom is made even bigger by taking space from an unused sitting room.

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