Bryan Baeumler is an award-winning Canadian television host on HGTV Network. He hosts reality television shows related to home and hotel renovations in Canada, later expanding to the Bahamas.
Additionally, he also had an air-cargo business before he moved to TV. In 2008, Bryan won the Gemini award for being the best TV host on ‘Performing Arts Program.
Moreover, he is the founder, president, and CEO of Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc. In 2015, he published a book on “Measure Twice” on home décor and renovations. Let’s have a look at Bryan Baeumler’s net worth, resort, house, and recent news.
Bryan Baeumler Latest News
Bryan’s business was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Following the resort’s closure for a long duration, Baeumler even had to let go of several of his staff. There were questions regarding the future of the resort following the pandemic effect.
However, the resort has now opened, and the Baeumler family is filming for season 3 of their show “Renovation Island.” The show airs every Sunday at 8 pm (Canada time) on HGTV, showing Baeumlers’ struggle and fight with Covid-19 and lockdown.
Age, Birthday, Parents, Siblings
Bryan was born to his father, Werner Baeumler, and mother, Colleen Baeumler, on 18th April 1974, in Ontario, Canada. He grew up in Oakville, Ontario, with his two older brothers Michael Baeumler and Paul Baeumler.
His father was an aircraft engineer from whom Bryan learned building and construction. Besides this, no further details on his mother and siblings are public knowledge.
How much does Bryan Baeumler make per episode?
As of 2021, Bryan Baeumler is working on his HGTV show “Renovation Island,” which is restricted around his resort. Since they used a single location, there is less cost for crew travel and accommodation.
Thus, HGTV Network pays around $50,000 per episode for the production of the show. Bryan’s exact individual earning per episode is not known in the media. We can only assume it to be very high, given the show is rated third highest in its demography.
Bryan Baeumler Business Career
Bryan Baeumler started his business career at an early age. He spent his childhood with his father, building the family cottage. At 14 years of age, he had his own handyman business where he’d work for his neighbors.
Bryan then started his air cargo business in 1995, which was in operation for eight years. Following the success of his first business, he founded Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc.
Later in 2011, Bryan set up a website in which he helped homeowners find home renovation contractors. Baeumler was also the spokesperson of a home-service providing mobile app called ‘HeyBryan.’
Furthermore, the Baeumler couple owns and operates a luxury resort in the Bahamas, which they renovated themselves. It came into operation in 2019 by the name Caerula Mar Club.
Bryan Baeumler TV Career
Bryan’s career in television date back to his days hosting the HGTV show “Disaster DIY” in 2007. The show ran for four years.
In 2010, the entire Baeumlerfamily starred in the show “House of Bryan.” It covered the purchase, construction, and renovation of Baeumler’s country cottage, his dream home, and his forever home.
His popularity soared high with this family reality show, making it the highest-rated series ever on HGTV Canada in 2016.
Moreover, he hosted several other reality shows like “Leave it to Bryan,” “Bryan Inc.,” “Island of Bryan,” and his most recent show “Renovation Island.”
Bryan Baeumler’s House
Bryan made a fortune through his TV hosting and his series of reality shows. Here we discuss 3 of the most famous houses that the actor owns.
House of Bryan
In 2010, Baeumler’s family series “House of Bryan” aired. It showcased the family buying small bungalows which they’d renovate and rebuild into the classic dream home. The house was later called “In the City” as it is located in Oakville, Ontario.
On the Rocks
This property is located along Georgian Bay. They built this house for the second season of their family series, “House of Bryan.” The Baeumlers also call the house the dream cottage, and it is now up for sale for $1.86 million.
In the Sticks
Bryan’s family built this house in season 3 of the show “House of Bryan.” The home is in the countryside where he grew up, calling it the ‘forever home.’
Other than that, Mr. Baeumler also owns houses in Ontario and Toronto and a luxurious resort in the Bahamas.
Where does Bryan Baeumler live now?
As of 2021, Bryan Baeumler lives in his recently renovated luxurious resort in the Bahamas. His entire family lives in the resort and is filming the second season of their popular series “Island of Bryan.” They have named the show “Renovation Island.”
Bryan Baeumler’s Resort
Baeumler and his wife Sarah own a resort in the Bahamas, which they bought during their vacation in August 2017. The husband-wife duo purchased the rundown resort for $2 million and renovated and designed everything using sustainable natural materials.
The resort consists of six luxurious villas and 18 oceanfront suites. Moreover, Bryan spent a hefty amount of $10 million on the renovation of the property.
They planned to open the resort at the beginning of 2019. However, due to Hurricane Sandy, they could not open it. The couple finally opened the resort in December 2019 and named it Caerula Mar Club.
The cost per night can amount to $385, while the private villas go for a mammoth $865 per night. Even after spending a huge sum, the resort faced many challenges right from its opening—first, Hurricane Sandy and then the Covid-19 pandemic.
The couple had to shut down the resort from June 2020 and finally reopened after October 2020. Bryan Baeumler’s resort is now being used by the Baeumlers family for living and filming their family series “Renovation Island. It is set to premiere on HGTV Canada.
Bryan Baeumler’s Earnings and Networth
Bryan makes his money as a handyman, builder, businessman, actor, and television personality. He amassed a decent wealth for himself and his family through his business, HGTV reality shows, and resort.
As per our research, Mr. Baeumler has an annual income of $1.3 million from all his revenue sources combined. As of 2021, Bryan Baeumler has an estimated net worth of $25 million.