Learn more about Jasmine Roth, host of Help! I Wrecked My House on HGTV.
California-based designer and builder Jasmine Roth has been transforming cookie cutter houses into custom dream homes for two seasons in HGTV’s Hidden Potential. In her new series, Help! I Wrecked My House Jasmine comes to the rescue of overzealous do-it-yourselfers, and along with her team work to redeem failed home improvement projects and customize the new spaces with beautiful, functional design tailored to each client. Growing up in Virginia, Jasmine spent her childhood weekends building playhouses and furniture in her dad’s garage. She attended Northeastern University in Boston where she met her husband, Brett, and graduated with a business degree in entrepreneurship and new venture management from the school of business. Jasmine later moved to California to pursue a career in corporate consulting.
Shortly thereafter, she purchased a piece of land in downtown Huntington Beach with plans to develop it as a side investment, which then led to the birth of her boutique development company, Built Custom Homes. As owner and founder, Jasmine runs her projects with a hands-on approach and customizes each home to the family that will eventually live there.
In 2019, Jasmine was crowned the winner of the network’s competition series, Rock the Block. She competed alongside rival HGTV powerhouses to overhaul identical suburban properties in the Greater Los Angeles Area into extraordinary custom dream homes for the ultimate prize: victory and bragging rights.
Jasmine also appeared in the Emmy-nominated blockbuster hit series, A Very Brady Renovation, where she combined forces with fellow HGTV stars and the Brady Bunch
cast to execute the boldest home renovation the world has ever seen: a full-scale overhaul of the world-famous Brady Bunch house in Los Angeles.
When she isn’t on the jobsite, Jasmine loves to play with her dogs, travel, snowboard, cook and spend time with her family. She recently welcomed her first child, a daughter named Hazel with her husband Brett.