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The House That £100K Built: Tricks Of The Trade (BBC2)

Are you sick of your home and have no idea how to improve it?

Have you got a budget, but it's not enough?

The makers and presenters of BBC Two's The House that £100K Built are returning with a new 'different' series.

This time we're looking for existing homeowners that only have a shoestring budget, but are desperate to transform their homes.

Would you love a new kitchen but can barely afford the price tag? Has your family outgrown your home, but you can't afford to move? Do you feel worn down by your dark and dreary rooms and dream of a bright and contemporary space? Does your heart sink every time you arrive at your door?

Expert on architecture and design, Kieran Long and architect Piers Taylor, are exploring new low-cost ways to create incredible homes.

We want to hear from you if you are about to embark on a project to transform part or all of your home - you just need a modest budget and be open to design ideas.

More about The House that £100K Built

The House that £100K Built: Tricks of the Trade is produced for the BBC by Remarkable Television.

To apply

Age limit: Applicants must be 18 years of age and over.

Please include your name, contact number and a brief outline of your project when emailing.

Email: house@endemoluk.com


The House that £100K Built: Tricks of the Trade

Remarkable Television

Endemol UK

The Shepherds Building

Charecroft Way


W14 0EE

No closing date

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