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Homeowners Sue Property Brothers
Homeowners Sue Property Brothers For Shoddy Work After Appearing On Show.
So, For those who don’t know what Property brothers is all about. You might have some idea from name itself. Property brothers is the show of HGTV featuring Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott. They are Home renovation Specialists. In the show they help people in their home renovation using their skills within certain budget.
Property brothers is airing since 2011, its been 14 seasons now but they did not face Any legal battles. But this time case is little different. So let’s find out the Whole story and why they sued.
Legal battle for Property Brothers :
Homeowners Sue Property Brothers, for not renovating their home on time and shoddy work.
Homeowners were Newly wed back in 2019, like any other couple all they wanted to have is a house with interior of their liking where they can spend their life. Renovation is said to be still going on, now that it’s almost 2 years of their marriage. They wanted to shift to their new house as soon as possible.
Couple in a recent interview revealed that they don’t want to enter the house celebrating their 3rd anniversary. Couple paid hefty amount of money for this Renovation that is $1,63,000 and paint is already chipping off. Yes, you heard that right renovations are not free by property brothers you have to pay certain amounts prior to get all the work done. And at the end you have to sign the contract, now that couple is taking it to the court it is to watch why renovations are not completed in 2 years.
What Scott brothers had to say ?
For now there is no official statement or explanation from property Brothers or production yet. We will update it soon.
- Homeowners Sue Property Brothers For shoddy work.
- Homeowners were Newly wed back in 2019, like any other couple all they wanted to have is a house with interior of their liking where they can spend their life.
- There is no official statement or explanation from property Brothers or production yet.