House Crashers

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  • TV-G
  • 2009
  • 13 Seasons
  • 7.2  (74)

House Crashers is a fast-paced home improvement show for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. The show host, licensed contractor Josh Temple, ambushes unsuspecting homeowners at local home improvement stores and convinces one of them to let him turn their simple project into a total room makeover. Josh, the show's gritty, charismatic host has a background both in acting and in hardcore demolition and renovation of homes (including his own first home, investment properties and DIY Network's own test house in the series Disaster House.) Josh revels in tackling extensive makeovers and is known for enthusiastic demolition, often taking the lead when it comes to smashing toilets, punching through walls and pitching hammers through any available glass in his path. The chosen homeowners take Josh home to show him the various problems in their house. Josh's witty observations and banter with the homeowners make the walkthrough of the home as entertaining as the renovation. Often when Josh leaves, the homeowners still don't know which room in their home will be crashed. The next morning, Josh and his crew of professionals arrive in force. They come with truckloads of premium materials, and a custom design to totally make over one room, transforming it from a problem space to a centerpiece of the home. Each episode delivers a new crash, taking a room of the target home from useless to fabulous in just three days. Josh's team of expert craftsmen, side by side with the homeowners themselves, demolish the existing space and build a new beautiful, functional and exciting room from the ground up. Many of the processes and techniques used are explained for viewers who want to do-it-themselves. The show is characterized by a fast-cutting pace, energetic music track, and lots of great information and witty banter between Josh, his professional team, the homeowners and their friends and family. The show runs 30 minutes, and airs on DIY Network and HGTV.

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14. Living Room at Blog Cabin 2016
December 8, 2016
The living and dining rooms at Blog Cabin 2016 get a transformation that includes a fish tank wall, live-edge dining table and one-of-a-kind coffee table.
Modern Casita Shower Lounge
11. Modern Casita Shower Lounge
September 29, 2016
Josh Temple and the crew take on three separate spaces for one very cool couple.
Description

House Crashers is a fast-paced home improvement show for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. The show host, licensed contractor Josh Temple, ambushes unsuspecting homeowners at local home improvement stores and convinces one of them to let him turn their simple project into a total room makeover.

Josh, the show's gritty, charismatic host has a background both in acting and in hardcore demolition and renovation of homes (including his own first home, investment properties and DIY Network's own test house in the series Disaster House.) Josh revels in tackling extensive makeovers and is known for enthusiastic demolition, often taking the lead when it comes to smashing toilets, punching through walls and pitching hammers through any available glass in his path.

The chosen homeowners take Josh home to show him the various problems in their house. Josh's witty observations and banter with the homeowners make the walkthrough of the home as entertaining as the renovation. Often when Josh leaves, the homeowners still don't know which room in their home will be crashed.

The next morning, Josh and his crew of professionals arrive in force. They come with truckloads of premium materials, and a custom design to totally make over one room, transforming it from a problem space to a centerpiece of the home. Each episode delivers a new crash, taking a room of the target home from useless to fabulous in just three days. Josh's team of expert craftsmen, side by side with the homeowners themselves, demolish the existing space and build a new beautiful, functional and exciting room from the ground up. Many of the processes and techniques used are explained for viewers who want to do-it-themselves.

The show is characterized by a fast-cutting pace, energetic music track, and lots of great information and witty banter between Josh, his professional team, the homeowners and their friends and family.

The show runs 30 minutes, and airs on DIY Network and HGTV.

House Crashers is a series that is currently running and has 13 seasons (170 episodes). The series first aired on August 5, 2009.

Where to Watch House Crashers

House Crashers is available for streaming on the DIY Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch House Crashers on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, HGTV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    August 5, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (74)