Extreme Makeover Home Edition: Built to Last?

The Port Huron Times-Herald looks in on a local home being built by the ABC hit TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and wonders, "does the quality suffer when the home is built in a week?"

The proof, Korman said, is a house the show
built in New Orleans 2½ years ago. After Hurricane Katrina hit, "not a
shingle was missing," she said. "It had been built so well it had
withstood Hurricane Katrina."

I think the show would be put under by rumors of shoddy construction work by now. Instead they’re entering their fourth season and I wish them all the luck.

If Ty Pennington and his crew are ever going to be in Orlando again, I hope the producers will email me, I have the perfect candidate for their show.

Btw, if you don’t have a home that needs the extreme touch, how about a car that needs a NASCAR makeover? ABC is looking for deserving candidates in the Southeast that need some car repair and enjoy NASCAR.


2 thoughts on “Extreme Makeover Home Edition: Built to Last?

  1. whit

    I know that the show (EM:HE) is already filming heavily for the upcoming season and that the families helped thus far are going to be some of the most remarkable people yet.

  2. brittany coalson

    hello everyone,
    i went down to florida after hurricane katrina hit. it was a mess. my church gropu went and helped the family extreme makeover is a great thing. May god bless each and everyone of you.

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