HGTV Shows Aren’t Always the Most Realistic Home Improvement Shows

If you’re interested in renovating your own home, you might be tempted to watch some of the HGTV shows on the air. While they may make the process look easy, they’re not always as accurate as they seem. And if you want to see a good home renovation in action, you’ll have to be prepared to spend a lot of money and time.

Some HGTV shows have a lot of hype behind them. “This Old House” and “Love It or List It” are two of the more popular. The former show features homes across the country and the latter features two real estate agents and their clients.

One of the most popular HGTV shows, “Fixer Upper,” follows the Gaines family. Chip and Joanna, a husband and wife team from Waco, Texas, are experts in home improvement. They have a knack for making even a drab house look fabulous.

Another popular HGTV show, “Kitchen Cousins,” turns on the knowledge of its stars. This includes “Property Brothers” star Jonathan Scott. He’s a contractor and isn’t the most realistic in the sense that he works alone, but he makes any job look great.

If you’re looking for a more serious renovation, “This Old House” is a great choice. The show shows general contracting and renovations, including plumbing and landscaping. But it also has a lot of drama. Especially when you factor in the reactions of the homeowners.

HGTV’s “Rehab Addict” features interior designer Nicole Curtis, who helps homeowners bring historic houses back to life. This show is not a scam, but a well-staged reality show.