The House Healers - not your average renovation show. We take the most run down, dilapidated houses in the city and transform them into things of beauty. We not only beautify, we upgrade it, green it, and make once unlivable houses into stunning homes.
The House Healers' latest renovation project, Park Place, is 1950's house that's been sorely neglected in recent years. It needs new everything - roof, ducts, floors, walls, and maybe even a couple of additions to make the space more liveable. Not only that, but environmentally this place is a disaster. The House Healers have decided to go big and go green...let the fun begin!
The cottage renovation took a little longer than expected, and Jen threw in a few surprises for the crew - like the construction of a "simple" little play structure for the kids. For the tired crew, it's not exactly the rest and relaxation they had planned. But the job is nearly complete, and now the crew is holding their breath to see if Jen likes what they've done.
The Elmgrove house is but a distant memory, and Jen has decided to give the construction crew a break. She's sending them up to her new cottage, for a little fun in the sun. Little does the crew know, they are in for a lot of hard work, too.
Jen, Stacy and Massimo are The House Healers. They take the most run down, dilapidated homes in the city and work hard to transform them into things of beauty. Their latest project, the Elmgrove house should probably just be torn down. But they are up to the task, and taking on their greatest renovation challenge ever - healing this 105 year old piece of history.