House Crashers

House Crashers airs: Sundays 11:30am/10:30c

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  • DHCR-507H
    An unwelcoming living room is revived with modern upgrades including faux ceiling beams, grey-toned wood flooring and glass tiled fireplace surround. The space is opened up when a partial wall is removed and french doors are installed. A b

  • DHCR-410H
    A tired sunroom with shabby screens and a broken brick floor gets the ultimate makeover when House Crashers rolls into Sacramento. The result? The perfect pub room hangout. These homeowners have a small house with no space to entertain, s

  • DHCR-708H
    A couple's tired and boring bedroom is transformed into a retreat with a chic Hawaiian vibe. The closet is enclosed with black bamboo doors, and the vanity area becomes more private when an open pocket door is installed. A window is replace

  • DHCR-609H
    An uninspiring family room is transformed into an eco-friendly theater room complete with bamboo flooring, a slat wall staircase, LED lighting, repurposed leather media wall, vintage lumber, and a recycled marble sofa table.

  • DHCR-907FH
    In an all-out effort to drag a tiny 1970's kitchen into the 21st century, Josh Temple will blow out all stops, along with a few walls, to do it up right. Bringing in a unique combination of industrial panache and shabby chic, the team will

  • DHCR-1002FH
    It's a French flashback to the 30's and 40's when entertaining guests was done in impressive and luxurious parlors. Josh Temple enhances the usability of this living room and dining room by creating two sophisticated areas. First, for the

  • DHCR-412H
    House Crashers is crashing Philly! And for some lucky homeowner, a cold, unused basement will become a slick new lounge, complete with cork pebble flooring, a unique cabinet media wall, a live-edge wood bar, steel glass doors and more! Plu

  • DHCR-505H
    Stefanie Gray bought a fixer-upper in Portland, Org., four months ago in hopes of taking on a lot of projects, including her master bedroom. The Crashers crew replaces dirty carpet with reclaimed flooring made from shipping crates. Plus,

  • DHCR-611H
    Ashley and Ryan are first time homeowners with an outdated living room. In three days, House Crashers transforms their space and busts into an ugly bonus room to create a nature inspired living and dining space. Old hardwood floors, an eye

  • DHCR-703H
    A father of three is in need of an adult space that is also family-friendly. An odd room behind the garage used for storage gets transformed by licensed contractor Josh Temple and his House Crashers crew, turning it into a fun and function

  • DHCR-502H
    Josh gives a converted sunroom of faux wood paneling, nasty carpet and an outdated fireplace gets new life as a sleek man cave. And starting things off, the existing rock fireplace gets a face-lift with modern concrete tiles, and an old we

  • DHCR-601H
    These young new homeowners have a kitchen stuck in the 1960s--from yellow and brown tile to an outdated linoleum floor and nasty wallpaper, nothing was quite their style. To create an entertainer's kitchen, a wall is taken out to create mor

  • DHCR-712H
    An outdated family room in Memphis is revamped into a luxury lodge complete with updated fireplace mantle, hardwood floors and a custom coffee table. In addition, the adjacent office is better integrated with the family room with a wider en

  • DHCR-810FH
    Josh and the House Crashers crew find a couple who need a new bedroom in the Big Easy. The space is large and long, with much of it wasted, and offering very little storage. Starting with the floor, this room gets a complete transformation

  • DHCR-912FH
    Master Crasher Josh Temple goes all in to give the parents of young kids two distinct adults-only living spaces. Dad's quest for a sports-centered bar is met with a wine barrel keg wall, a custom poker table for six, stadium suite seating t

  • DHCR-1006FH
    Josh and the House Crashers gang find an Atlanta couple who need a place for the band to practice. One problem is the band is huge and another is right now there is only a two car garage for practice. This renovation begins with a complete

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About This Show

It's ambush renovation at its finest when licensed contractor Josh Temple and his crew of remodeling experts surprise unsuspecting do-it-yourselfers in the home improvement aisle. When stunned homeowners win the remodeling lottery, leaky faucets turn into spectacular room transformations. You never know when you might run into House Crashers and your fix-it project turns into makeover magic.

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