[1] The show is produced by Si Entertainment in Toronto and the GTA. Sudevi and Shekhar don’t see eye to eye when it comes to renovations. While Bryan takes on one of their projects, there are some non-construction issues that they have to deal with on their own. Robert is pretty proud of his handiwork around the house, but his wife Alyssa knows his limits. Sara and Trevor need more functional living space for their family. When it comes to home repairs, these two have a reno revelation. [14] He is also a judge on the HGTV show Canada's Handyman Challenge along with Mike Holmes and Scott McGillivray. Amy and Bob need to get one reno done before they start a family. Even with their full trust in Bryan, when the walls come down, the flood gates are unleashed. Bryan was a judge on Canada's Handyman Challenge. Stuart and Yvette want to put the finishing touches on their home. The office is merged into the family room and the powder room access is moved out of the kitchen. Leave it to Bryan is a Canadian home renovation reality series hosted by contractor Bryan Baeumler, which premiered in January 2012 on HGTV. One of the most cost-effective and simple solutions to moisture, mold, and overheated attic spaces is a solar attic fan (SPAF). Julian’s used to being the contractor and he finds it hard to keep his cool when Bryan drives the steps. Renovating and restoring an abandoned Bahamian resort from the 1960s has been an amazing adventure, but it hasn’t been easy! Bryan has to win her over when practicality takes priority. The show focuses on Bryan pairing with his wife to buy properties, renovate or replace (new build) the houses, and then sell them at a profit. They’ve tried to tackle projects on their own, but backed away once they hit a snag. The extension is tackled and a powder room is added. House of Bryan is a series starring Bryan's entire nuclear family, him, his wife, and their children; plus his apprentice, Adam. Watched Bryan and Sarah Baeumler leave their home and business behind and move their family to an undeveloped island in the Bahamas in order to renovate and restore a run-down beach front resort. The demolition stage of the resort revealed a slew of complications and setbacks. Ryan and Renai felt the pain of a shoddy contractor for their kitchen and are just warming up to the idea of trying another renovation. Many Canadians purchase solar attic fans for the purpose of removing hot air buildup in the summer months, not realizing that these fans are just as important, if not more so, during the winter. But when Bryan takes the lead, their priority for cosmetics gets taken to the curb. Jen and Doug bought a quirky home with a lot of features they’re not so in love with anymore. Always up for a new challenge, Bryan and Sarah are back at building again. Carley and Conan are first time home buyers who were not prepared for the slew of problems they found after they moved in. Lauren and Jamie are both creative types who have different visions for their home. Joy and Mahmood are finally due for some renos in their old home. Now that they’re ready to focus on their reno wishlist, Bryan has to prepare them for a flood of issues. Sisters Alicia and Tania have a wish list for updating their old semi, but some projects need to be done sooner rather than later. [31], Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations, Straight.com article: The master of disaster, "Baeumler Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc. administration", "30 New Island Hotels to Escape to This Winter", "The Bahamas Is Getting a New Boutique Hotel", "The 12 Best Hotels for a Caribbean Escape Right Now", "Island of Bryan dodges Hurricane Dorian but HGTV celebrity pitches in", "New Series 'Moving the McGillivrays' and 'Bryan Inc.' coming to HGTV", Handy Canadian: Bryan Baeumler's Testimonial, "Video: Logix ICF Stars In The Highest Rated TV Series (EVER!) With a big reno on deck and Jen’s even bigger personality to contend with, Bryan has his hands full! Dennis's bachelor days are numbered. Attempting to tame Cindy’s excitement is as ambitious as this reno. Bryan encounters budget constraints when he tries to make a space that’s both practical and party-ready. When Bryan gets involved and makes the decisions, these newlyweds could get cold feet. Laz and Juanita have renovated most of the main areas of their home and are now focused on making their reno dreams come true. While Bryan takes on a much-needed reno, the homeowners get caught up with the bells and whistles. But when Bryan chooses the reno they need, he may ignite a family feud. When Bryan takes his pick of renos, the road to relaxation hits a few speed bumps. [1] Baeumler has described the series as inspired by various past clients who wanted big-ticket renovations, such as kitchen or bathroom upgrades or home theatre spaces, while neglecting or even being entirely unaware of structural deficiencies that were much more critical to the value of their home, or even to their basic physical health and safety. The trail soon came to Bryan's home as he began hosting House of Bryan, which has become the highest-rated series ever on HGTV Canada. [15] He was also a judge on Deck Wars. in Political Science and Business from the University of Western Ontario in 1996. Tremayne and Adama were thrown into the deep end of first time home ownership after leaving their brand new condo behind. Bree and Joey are always battling over Bree’s lofty ideas and Joey’s small budget. Get HeyBryan. They’ve lost steam after years of doing their own renovations and though Bryan’s here to help, they quickly realize letting go of the reigns doesn’t come easy. The backyard is improved dramatically. Blake is over Sam’s plan to paint everything and needs Bryan to teach her that cosmetic fixes don’t pass for being handy. Adapting to bigger bills and a lot more home maintenance has been tough, but when Bryan takes over it’s not the only shock they’re in for. Michelle and Reid need Bryan to take one of their projects off their plate. Bryan is used to planning renovations, not disrupting wedding plans, but he might not have a choice this time. Jo-Ann and Brook are reno geeks who love to get their hands dirty. The show is based around the concept that the renovations most desired by a homeowner aren't necessarily always the ones most urgently needed in the home.