There are bats in the attic, and the Disaster House crew has set real bed bugs loose in the house. Experts Mr. Bat Man and Dr. Bed Bug come to the rescue, demonstrating how to safely and effectively remove these pesky nocturnal nuisances.
The Disaster House crew gets down to the root of wind damage - both inside and out. The crew uses the Disaster House Wind Tunnel to show how to fix common ceiling fan problems, and then they uproot a tree planted too close to home causing a tornado of structural damage.
How does the Disaster House crew show homeowners the damage a simple water leak can have on your home? It involves the crew dumping a 300-gallon dunk tank into the kitchen cabinets. Then the crew creates a huge mess when they drop a dumpster full of toilets from 100 feet high to demonstrate how to repair and prevent a potentially toxic mess.
The Disaster House deck railing doesn't stand a chance against professional MMA wrestlers and after the fight the crew demonstrates the proper way to repair the railing. A visit from an army of Motocross riders leaves the gravel driveway destroyed; leaving it to the crew to lay a new driveway that can last a lifetime.
Disaster House takes a turn for the medieval; men in tights operate a bird yielding trebuchet on the sliding glass doors. Next the crew blows up the garage to demonstrate how to protect your home from it's most flammable part.
On this episode of Disaster House the crew demonstrates how to set the mood with candle light, without having to call the fire department. An unusual problem occurs when the crew discovers a new tenant who has taken up residence inside the walls, leaving behind a massive waxy build-up.
The Disaster House crew focuses on the small things that can do big damage when they let 20 sugar-crazed kids loose in the living to find out how to fix the top kid-caused disasters. Then, the crew creates a dust storm to show you what happens when a 10,000 foot wall of dirt takes aim at your house.
Whether it's wind-blown debris or random objects falling from the sky, unexpected flying objects can cause major damage to your home. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple show you first-hand with help from the Scottish games men, as they take aim at an awning. Then outdated material is replaced with a sturdy portico. Josh also simulates years of deck dry rot and demonstrates how to build and protect a new one.
On this episode of Disaster House we're plunging into plumbing problems. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple pits two competitive eaters against two garbage disposals to see exactly what these machines can handle, then and show you how to install a new one on your own. Next, a basement in transformed into a walk-in freezer, making the pipes freeze and burst. Josh shows you how to fix the damage and talks prevention.
On this episode of Disaster House, we invite four top chefs to go crazy on our kitchen countertops to show you what kind of carnage can be done and how to repair it. Then a shower is transformed into a giant aquarium to prove how it's not as waterproof as you might think it is. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple gives tips on how to keep the water out.
On this episode of Disaster House, Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple and a crew create a nocturnal obstacle course to simulate those little things you're destined to run over in the dark. Josh shows you just how dangerous an improperly lit property can be. Cool Tools host Chris Grundy guest-stars as we set him loose inside the "Disaster House" with a bevy of power tools to wreak havoc. This episode shows you what NOT to do when the DIY bug bites.
Landscape critters, like moles and voles, can really tear up a yard. And, so can our Earthdogs! On this episode of Disaster House, Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple sets these guys loose on the Disaster House lawn to show you what kind of damage to look for, and how to safely remove them from your property. Next a 24-ton truck topples to create a landslide. Josh shows you how to properly frame an exterior wall, complete with windows and doors.
Disaster House hosts its first-ever dance competition in the "Disaster House" living room to see what kind of foot-stomping creates the most squeaks in our floor. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple explains what causes floor squeaks and how to easily fix them. With the recent string of Earthquakes happening throughout the country, Disaster House simulates one of its own. And, this time... we may have gone a little too far.