According to a press release issued to TODAY Home, "Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House" will premiere in November.
It’ll feature both of the brothers as they renovate the Los Angeles home in four, one-hour episodes.
Interior renovations are easy, but adding on additions and levels introduces a number of headaches into the process.
Get a thorough inspection and educate yourself on the problems you’re about to inherit, Drew adds.
All right, so Jonathan was a guest star on The sad news, ladies, is that Drew has a very serious girlfriend.
Every day for the past 6 years my love for Linda has grown stronger & last night I became the luckiest man in the world when she said #idoï¸ pic.twitter.com/uo Kf6v5gqz— Drew Scott (@Mr Drew Scott) December 14, 2016 Scott took to great lengths to surprise his sweetheart, according to People, which first reported the engagement.
“I’ve had to be as stealthy as a ninja to pull this off,” he told the magazine.
Scott, who said he carried around the ring with him for weeks, proposed during dinner while a version of him singing the Train song “Marry Me" played.
Jonathan and Drew don’t charge for their time, so the homeowners save on realtor and contractor fees.It could also be their very different personalities that make them look like they are fraternal, too.What’s more adorable than a couple of kids on a horse?Plus, the network throws in anywhere from ,000 to ,000 of free appliances, flooring or handcrafted furniture.The twins say they are often asked about the budget “norm” for renovation projects, but there is no single answer: It all depends on what you hope to accomplish.On their HGTV show “Property Brothers,” the real estate agent and licensed contractor duo prove to couples in search of modern abodes that a little TLC — or in some cases, a total demolition — can transform an older, run-down property into the home of their dreams.