Home reno show welcomes Langleyites

Langley residents are invited to apply for a new home renovation show being created by a Vancouver-based production company.

Most of Canada’s home reno shows are filmed in Central Canada, meaning local homeowners don’t get a chance to be part of this media phenomenon.

Great Pacific Television is looking for homeowners who have an overly cluttered space that needs clearing out and renovating.

“Our experts will come in and do all the work,” said casting director Linda Rae. The homeowners will receive an amazing professional renovation.”

The applicants should be outgoing and want to be on TV.

Those chosen will receive de-cluttering and professional renovation of one room or area of the home.

“We are really looking for people who have a cluttered space and have no idea what may be lurking – good or bad – in the space. We’re hoping there may be some hidden treasures in someone’s basement, garage, attic, etc.,” she explained.

The company is looking for a home to use in the pilot episode and is hoping to sell 13 episodes. Apply to casting@greatpacifictv.com.

“Tell us a bit about yourself, your home, and the cluttered space,” she said.

People are asked to include a couple of photos of the space and of themselves.

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