|Tamara getting ready for|
Tamara and her husband, Bill Day, began buying dilapidated homes 16 years ago to restore and sell. In 2008, they moved to Leawood after purchasing a 5000 square foot foreclosed home for themselves that required a complete re-haul to make livable. What originally started out with Tamara and Bill hiring contractors to renovate the home turned into Tamara taking matters into her own hands and doing A LOT of the manual labor herself.
The home was completely destroyed when Tamara and Bill initially made their purchase. It was filled with trash and virtually all of the appliances that were left by the previous owner had been destroyed. Even the light fixtures which once hung from the ceiling had been ripped out. Finally, with the help of Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, they were able to get the home gutted and start making their home from the shell left behind.
|Tamara watching the paint can labeling process.|
|Tamara getting ready to head into the spray booth with our lab technician, William|
while Dave brings her up to speed.
|Tamara about to film her monologue/|
|Tamara spraying down her shutters in our spray booth.|
|The crew having a little fun between filming spots.|
|The crew about to film one of the show segments.|
|Tamara learning the paint making process.|
|The crew watches the filming from another room.|
|Filming the closing segment|
|Tamara in the spray booth|