Chris Lambton, host of Yard Crashers, is often accompanied on set by his beautiful wife, Peyton to make a lucky homeowner’s landscaping dreams come true.
We teamed up with landscape architecture specialist and host, Chris Lambton, to transform a neglected yard into a cool party hang out and thus the episode is titled “West Coast Party Pad”.
The episode aired on Monday, May 16th at 10:00pm (PST)!
How Are Homeowners Selected for Yard Crashers?
You can find the Yard Crasher crew sleuthing through the departments of your local home improvement stores, all over the country, searching for the right family who will bring them home.
We’ve learned more about how to get selected for this once in a lifetime experience as a homeowner and wanted to share some of our insights.
Shhhhhh…This is a sneak peak of the upcoming episode.
“Hey, do you have a backyard?” is how it begins – so try to look confused!
The popular yard-flipping crew lies in wait for a wide-eyed couple, ideally new homeowners in dire need of some “crashing” love.
No matter what the situation, they will transform your backyard in 2 days, from rags to riches – and show you how they did it!
“It’s like winning the landscape lottery!” – Yard Crashers
DIY Any Size Project
Take any vision or challenge, there is no project too large or small for them to tackle.
In this case, they hand-selected the best local custom home builders & landscape architect company in San Diego (we assume) to create a functional space to suit the needs of the client.
There’s just something so gratifying about finishing such an undertaking in only a couple of days!
We are proud to partner with this innovative gardening and landscaping program to share ideas for the most cutting edge techniques in Do It Yourself landscaping. See what is available to be on the DIY network.
Ready to get your hands dirty?
Learn more about how you can re-imagine your backyard with DIY tips and tricks in record-breaking time.
Demolition done, construction begins!
You can find the episode on the DIY Network channel, it’s called “West Coast Party Pad.”
Have you watched the episode to get the inside scoop on this special project? Add a comment below if you enjoyed the show!