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Where is Help! I Wrecked My House Filmed?

September 12, 2020
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HGTV’s reality series, ‘Help! I Wrecked My House’ features home designer and builder, Jasmine Roth as she steps in to help rescue DIY home improvement projects gone wrong. Once Roth receives a call from distressed homeowners, she guides them in making their unusable spaces functional. She additionally implements her own ideas to give a customized makeover to the featured property. The show highlights some of the most breathtaking remodeling projects, which makes us wonder where these houses are located. In short, where is ‘Help! I Wrecked My House’ filmed? Let’s breakdown the details!

Help! I Wrecked My House Filming Locations

The filming locations for ‘Help! I Wrecked My House’ are scattered in and around California. The state houses a competitive real estate market and hence, serves as the ideal spot to host home improvement projects. In fact, post the revamps, both the designer and family benefit from the remodeled property — as its value increases manifold.

The entire setting is convenient for host Jasmine Roth since she herself is a resident of Southern California, where she lives with her husband Brett Roth and newborn daughter Hazel. Several of the houses are located in Huntington Beach. Roth posted an update from one of the homes located in this area while announcing her new shows ‘New Edition’ and ‘Help! I Wrecked My House’. She did clarify that filming took place when she was still pregnant and winded up by the time the pandemic forced the entire crew into lockdown. This is what she wrote:

“Ok ok, that’s enough “announcing” for one day. Thanks for supporting all my shows, for following along, and please stay safe! 😷 Oh wait, speaking of staying safe – I think it goes without saying but we shut down all production on 3/18 and our crews have been home with their families ever since. It was a tough decision to make, but had to be done. Our goal is to be back up and working soon though! 😌😌”

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🤩🤩 NEW SHOWS!! — ✌🏼So excited to announce TWO NEW SHOWS with @hgtv!! Yay! So many of you asked when #hiddenpotential might be back and I kept dragging my feet to answer…sorry! But now the secret is out (swipe to the final photo to see how I felt when I got the call back in September – also how I looked before I was so pregnant 🙄) and now you know what I’ve been up to the past couple months. — The first show “New Edition” airs exclusively on @hgtv and is an online digital series. I’m super excited about this show because it’s @brettrothofficial and I on our baby journey and all that’s happened since last year. It’s sorta like my “belly book” so we can remember this special time in our lives. 👨‍👩‍👧 — The second show “Help! I Wrecked my House” is HGTV’s newest show (it will air on your 📺) and I go in and help people who watched online videos or got some bad advice and tried to “do-it-yourself” only to have completely destroyed their houses. We’ve all had that project that wasn’t quite as easy as we planned – but wait until you SEE WHAT THESE PEOPLE HAVE DONE! OMG! 😯😯 (Airs July 1, 2020) — Ok ok, that’s enough “announcing” for one day. Thanks for supporting all my shows, for following along, and please stay safe! 😷 Oh wait, speaking of staying safe – I think it goes without saying but we shut down all production on 3/18 and our crews have been home with their families ever since. It was a tough decision to make, but had to be done. Our goal is to be back up and working soon though! 😌😌 — #surreal #rothfamilystory #womenwhobuild

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Roth had detailed how her shows are shot by HGTV’s production crew on her blog. She said that each show, even ‘Help! I Wrecked My House’, are simply real-life projects, backed by a team with cameras. It is just a day at work with or without HGTV. Either way, she is running around with her teammates and taking way more load than she can handle! Each shoot day follows a gruelling schedule. Once the houses are finished with their overhauls, the clients move back in. And months later, following the conclusion of the filming days, HGTV informs Roth that the show is ready and about to air!

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