Jeff Devlin, Host of Stone House Revival on DIY Network.
Around the House this week: Jeff Devlin, host of DIY Network’s Stone House Revival, is a licensed contractor with more than 20 years of building experience. Jeff says he has always had a passion for designing, creating and building things. He started as an apprentice for a historic home remodeler where he honed his skills in the trade and gained an appreciation for the craftsmanship and beauty of historic dwellings.
His first TV gig was as the resident carpenter of HGTV's Spice Up My Kitchen. During his television career, which includes being a carpenter on both seasons of HGTV’s Ellen’s Design Challenge and star of DIY Network's I Hate My Bath, Jeff has tackled renovations in every area of the home, including complete overhauls of kitchens, bathrooms, basements and more. In Stone House Revival, Jeff and his team of restoration experts transform Pennsylvania properties older than the country itself into modern living spaces while preserving the home’s historic integrity.
Jeff, owner of School House Woodworking, says his love for historic homes inspired him to completely renovate two centuries-old Pennsylvania farmhouses, one of which he calls home.
We talk with Jeff about how Stone House Revival was brought back to life after nearly two years of being cancelled. Then we dive into his own company School House Woodworking and how he located it inside a shopping mall so people can take classes, purchase custom woodwork and furniture and vintage items.
We dive into the rumors that are on social medai. Is he still married? Is he Gay? How about the search topic that seems to come up "Are there pictures of him without his shirt?" and so much more. Plus a special guest joins in the conversation.
Eric G calls Jeff "The Most Humble Contractor in the trades and on TV" and they will discuss how he has stayed so grounded after nearly 10 years on national television.