‘This Old House’ TV show seeks Arizona homes to renovate

The team from “This Old House” seeks homes in Arizona to renovate. (Courtesy of Arizona PBS)

The team from “This Old House” seeks homes in Arizona to renovate. (Courtesy of Arizona PBS)

 

The producers of “This Old House” are seeking Arizona homeowners who are ready to restore and remodel their house. The home renovation television show is broadcast on the PBS channel.

Any Arizona resident who has a house that needs saving or updating is encouraged to nominate their home to be featured on the next season of “This Old House,” according to a press release. From Pueblo Revival, to Spanish Colonial to Art Deco, the series is accepting proposals for all housing types, styles and neighborhoods.

“‘This Old House’ is one of America’s most trusted and beloved home renovation programs,” said Arizona PBS General Manager Kelly McCullough in the release. “The show’s talented crew makes remodeling homes both simple and exciting by blending the latest technology with years of experience and expertise. We would love to see the crew from ‘This Old House’ use their passion and quality craftsmanship to revitalize an Arizona home.”

Current Call for Entries

Search Timeline:

For 2016, “This Old House” is considering proposals through Dec. 31. The project should be ready to break ground in early spring 2016. In order to meet the show’s broadcast schedule, work should conclude by November 2016. The selected projects will be featured on multiple “This Old House” episodes premiering in the 2016-17 season on Arizona PBS.

How to Submit:

Complete details for entry submission are available online. Select homeowners will be contacted by show producers for further interviews.

“This Old House” is produced by This Old House Productions Inc., a Time Inc. company, and is presented on PBS by WGBH Boston.

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