Wood Work is coming soon to DIY Network, and viewers will see a familiar face on the series. Clint Harp, from Fixer Upper, will host the series with his wife.
DIY revealed more about the series in a press release. Check that out below.
“Clint Harp, the skilled craftsman who first appeared on HGTV’s hit show Fixer Upper, will star in his own DIY Network series, Wood Work. The Waco-based series, which has been greenlighted for six half-hour episodes, will follow Harp, his wife Kelly and their team as they rescue wood from scrap piles and broken-down structures, building brand new custom creations with old soul.
‘My wife Kelly and I quit our jobs and started this business,’ said Harp. ‘We’re a creative crew of carpenters, artists and craftsman banging out custom furniture, home décor and any crazy cool thing our clients can dream up.’”
Will you check out this new series? Tell us what you think.
I saw two episodes on hgtv of Wood Work and enjoyed it a lot. I hope you contuine to produce this show and broadcast it in my area. I have always liked Fixer Upper and this is a great follow up .
I enjoyed the show and looking for more.
First I am a professional woodworker and I can’t believe the producers would not see the safety issues. The table saw the blade height should not be more than a 1/4″ out of the wood. There is no guard on the saw and no anti kickback then I watch him do a inlay on a pingbong table that he did allow for wood movement . OSHA needs to be called on this guy to protect his workers.