Remodeling Impossible, HGTV’s upcoming home renovation program, launches September 8, 2022 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Organized by Dallas-based contractor Russell J. Holmes, the program will cover the total repair of stranded properties that experienced problems due to their owners’ unrealistic expectations.
In the next season, host Russell will repair these homes that are not being renovated due to lack of funds. So he would go into this business and find second-hand stuff to complete the remodeling of these homes. He will be given a limited budget to work with and is expected to complete the impossible renovation within that time.
The official summary of Renovation Impossible is as follows:
Russell J. Holmes, a Dallas-based contractor, will help customers with limited cash expedite their delayed home repairs. Russell, known for his work on Discovery’s Garage Rehab and Fast N’ Loud, will be rescuing projects throughout the season that have been plagued by exaggerated homeowner expectations and varying design tastes.
What can we expect from the first episode of Renovation Impossible?
In the premiere episode, viewers meet Jessica and Joseph, a family of four living in a jumbled mid-century house that needs a major revamp to make it livable for the whole family. They were unclear about how to proceed with their home remodeling and were often hampered by competing design ideas. As a result, they’ve decided to enlist Russell and his crew to take over their seemingly impossible remodeling project.
In addition, after listening to the couple’s restoration vision and determining which design components are vital to each individual, Russell and his team will create a renovation plan that elegantly combines all criteria while remaining within budget. Plus, the couple had saved up money for the makeover, which would no doubt allow Russell to build a modern kitchen, new family room, and make other changes. In addition, the couple wanted to retain many of the original and pristine features of their home.
Furthermore, the Renovation Impossible star said in a press release that he works on a budget and gives customers what they want. He claimed:
With tight budgets and customers who don’t always agree on growing selections, it’s not always easy. “Here I come in.”
He went on to say:
I use hard love, inventive ideas and a lot of elbow grease to help clients transform their property into a home they will enjoy for years to come.”
He also detailed his efforts in renovating the house:
It’s a great feeling to give someone the home they’ve always longed for.
Russell has said he has to restore a property on a tight budget:
We show them what they can really achieve with their money. They can now move on and create new memories with their families.”
Russell is also known for Discovery’s Garage Rehab and Fast N’ Loud. Homeowners’ high expectations and conflicting architectural concepts have hampered his skill in salvage projects.