Watch House Hunters Renovation

House Hunters Renovation is on Saturday on HGTV. Its premise comes from the original House Hunters series, in which an individual or couple is looking for a home to buy. The cameras follow them while a realtor shows them a couple of homes at their price range and at the end of the show the couple picks the home they are going to live in. The camera visits the couple or individual after they have moved in and settled into their home.

House Hunters Renovation is an hour show, and the first thirty minutes is reminiscent of House Hunters. The other thirty minutes, the individual or couple takes the house they have purchased and renovates sections of the house with the help, usually, of a contractor and interior designer.

Sundays at 11:00 pm on HGTV
12 Seasons, 150 Episodes
October 21, 2012
Family
6.2/10
Cast: Michele Fleury, Tyler Goeckner-Zoeller, Ben Lazarus, Mashanda Lazarus
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House Hunters Renovation Full Episode Guide

  • A Denver couple is eager to trade their current place for a larger family home. Once they settle on a house, they dive into the top-to-bottom renovation, tackling everything from asbestos issues to structural challenges.

  • A musician and his wife begin an ambitious renovation on a dated family home in Silver Lake, CA. Things quickly unravel as they uncover a host of big-ticket problems.

  • After relocating to Massachusetts, a Midwestern family has limited time to find a home that fits their personalities. After they settle on a vintage home, they find that remodeling an older home comes with some costly surprises.

  • A big renovation gets even bigger when a new homeowner thinks outside the box. His older brother may have to step in to make sure he doesn't get too far over his head.

  • A Southern California couple searches for a fixer upper they can turn into the perfect home where they can raise their daughter. While they disagree on style, they both want the home to be close to family and have a big yard. When they finally find a place, they begin renovating every single room of the house and tackle a slew of problems from water leaks and roofing issues to structural challenges and budget disputes. It's a struggle to the very end but the final result will be a beautiful home that perfectly blends both of their styles.

  • A family is quickly outgrowing their apartment and complicates their first-time home buying experience by renovating their new kitchen.

  • Client makes the commitment to buy a permanent home in Palm Springs, California. However, once renovations begin, major problems come up, including structural issues and a black mold infestation.

  • Kelly and Cameron are ready to put down roots with their young son in Valley Glen, California, but they face skyrocketing home prices. Cameron wants a ranch-style home with a midcentury modern interior and room for a music studio, while Kelly likes a more traditional exterior with cozy details and lots of storage space. Once they settle on a place, the renovation begins and their budget quickly shrinks thanks to a new HVAC system, kitchen overhaul and master bathroom expansion. Luckily, Cameron blossoms as a handyman and starts to tackle projects around the house, and when they get to the finish line, they find themselves in a home sweet home.

  • Newlywed real-estate agents are ready to buy their first home together in Franklin, Tennessee. While Reid has his heart set on an open-floor plan and wants an updated traditional interior, Cameron likes defined rooms and more whimsical decor. These professionals quickly find that selling a house and restoring one are very different ballgames.

  • A Los Angeles couple are ready to grow their family in a new home. They agree on a lot of their ideal home's key features including a spacious kitchen and plenty of play room for their future daughter but they're torn between midcentury modern and ranch styles. Once they close on the perfect home, they immediately feel overwhelmed with the renovation. From major kitchen and design studio plan changes, to misplaced doors and tiles.

  • Nashville real estate agent Elliot seeks his own first home. His best friend Beta helps him search for an older cottage reminiscent of his childhood home. Once he finds his dream home and begins renovating, Elliot faces issues from asbestos flooring to old rotted ceilings. It's a stressful process, but with the help, the end results are beyond his expectations.

  • An electrician, his wife and their young daughter are upgrading to a larger family home in the suburbs. She dreams of a house with storybook charm, but his style is more contemporary. It is no easy hunt, and when they do finally settle on a house, it isn't long before they run into some challenging situations. From opening up walls to literally moving mountains, they'll need help from friends and extended family before they end up with a space that they are proud to call home.

  • With their two sons about to head off to college, a Franklin, Tennessee, couple downsizes to a house that needs major renovations throughout. They hire a designer and contractor to get the work done as quickly as possible, but even the experts couldn't predict the various problems they discover hidden in the home's floors, walls and ceilings. It's a stressful renovation full of highs and lows, but in the end, it's transformed into a beautiful house that they are ecstatic to move into.

  • After years of moving around the country for work, a couple is ready to put down roots in Nashville, TN. They decide on a home and start renovations, but getting him to agree on a cabinet color turns into an uphill battle. Then, their new kitchen design may need to be reworked if they can't find a way to re-route the gas line for the stove.

  • A growing family is ready to buy a bigger home in the Glendora, CA. They can't decide between traditional and modern but they both agree the new home must have an open-concept chef's kitchen, a large yard and a symmetrical design overall. Having very different wish lists results in their agent finding them a home in need of major renovations and the couple has to face problematic walls and floors as well as a new bathroom layout. Will their compromises result in them having the home of their dreams?

  • A couple look to buy a home near their furniture restoration business in Silver Lake, Calif., and they must put in some sweat equity to make it fit their eclectic tastes.

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