Bryan Baeumler

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Bryan Baeumler
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Born (1974-04-18) April 18, 1974 (age 45)
ChildrenQuintyn Werner, Charlotte Anne, Lincoln Wolfgang, Josephine Judith
ShowDisaster DIY
NetworkHGTV Canada
StyleTelevision host

Bryan Baeumler (born April 18, 1974) is a Canadian television host on several HGTV/HGTV Canada shows.

Early life and education[edit]

Learning valuable tricks of the trade from his father, a meticulous aircraft engineer, Baeumler spent his childhood summers building his family's cottage from the ground up. At the age of 14, Baeumler opened his own handyman business doing odd jobs for neighbors.[1]

He received his B.A. in Political Science and Business from the University of Western Ontario in 1996.[2]

Business activity[edit]

Baeumler worked from 1995 to 2003 running an air-cargo business.[3] He is also President and CEO of Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc.[4]

Byran's TV production company is Bryland Entertainment.

in 2011, Bryan launched Baeumler Approved,[NB 1] a website helping homeowners connect with quality home-service companies in Canada.

Bryan Baeumler became the official face of HeyBryan,[NB 2] a peer-to-peer mobile marketplace app that connects homeowners with home-service providers, in May 2018.


Baeumler has been a host on several shows, including Disaster DIY,[5] Disaster DIY: Cottage Edition,[6] Leave It to Bryan,[7] and House of Bryan,[8] which became the highest rated series ever on HGTV Canada.[9] He is also a judge on the HGTV show Canada's Handyman Challenge along with Mike Holmes and Scott McGillivray.[10] With his wife, Sarah Baeumler, they co-lead in the Bryan Inc. show on HGTV Canada.[11]

Starring duties[edit]

Bryan Inc.[edit]

Bryan Inc. premiered on HGTV Canada in Fall 2016, replacing House of Bryan on the schedule. The show focuses on Bryan pairing with his wife to buy properties, renovate or replace (new build) the houses, and then sell them at a profit. In the first season, they buy two properties, one selected by each of them, and then Bryan's Baeumler Construction company crews rebuild the homes, which they then sell.[12][13]

Bryan had a personal assistant during this time. Evan Woodcock was known to film crews as his right hand man. Family is very important to Bryan during filming.


Baeumler won the Gemini Award for "Best Host in a Lifestyle/Practical Information, or Performing Arts Program or Series" for his presenting work.


Baeumler and wife Sarah Baeumler (March 26, 1978) [14] have four children: Quintyn Werner, Charlotte Anne, Lincoln Wolfgang, and Josephine Judith.[14]


  1. ^ Baeumler Approved:
  2. ^ HeyBryan:


  1. ^ "Bryan Baeumler". Bryan Baeumler. Bryan Baeumler. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  2. ^ UWO, Bryan Baeumler
  3. ^ article: The master of disaster
  4. ^ Baeumler Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc. administration
  5. ^ HGTV Canada, Disaster DIY
  6. ^ " page for Disaster DIY". Archived from the original on 2007-10-23. Retrieved 2009-03-22.
  7. ^ HGTV Canada, Leave it to Bryan
  8. ^ HGTV Canada, House of Bryan
  9. ^ "Video: Logix ICF Stars In The Highest Rated TV Series (EVER!) On HGTV Canada (soon to air in the USA)". Logics. logics. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  10. ^ HGTV Canada, Canada's Handyman Challenge
  11. ^ Tina Taus (12 August 2015). "New Series 'Moving the McGillivrays' and 'Bryan Inc.' coming to HGTV". HGTV Canada.
  12. ^ The Canadian Press (CP) (11 August 2015). "New HGTV shows from Bryan Baeumler and Scott McGillivray coming in 2016". Global TV news.
  13. ^ Corus Entertainment (18 August 2015). "HGTV Canada Stacks Sunday Nights With New Series From Superstars Scott McGillivray and Bryan Baeumler". Canadian News Wire (CNW).
  14. ^ a b Nikki Gill (14 June 2016). "How They Met: HGTV Canada's Bryan and Sarah Baeumler on high school days, foggy hikes and shared hobbies". Post City Toronto.

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