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Jeff Devlin Revives Historic Homes in DIY Network's 'Stone House Revival'

NEW YORK — Licensed contractor and carpenter Jeff Devlin restores centuries old homes in DIY Network’s new series, Stone House Revival, premiering Wednesday, May 11, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The 13-episode series follows Jeff—who first gained a following on DIY Network’s I Hate My Bath and appeared in both seasons of Ellen’s Design Challenge—as he and his team of restoration experts work to transform dilapidated properties in Bucks County, Penn. In each episode, Jeff refurbishes the homes into modern living spaces, while preserving the home’s historic integrity.

“I’ve been renovating homes around Bucks County for more than 20 years and most of them are older than the country itself,” said Jeff. “People take the heart out of the home when they strip it down or try to change it into something new. We’re going to show how we restore and renovate these places and save some history, too.”

In the premiere episode, Jeff restores a master bedroom and library for a couple who own an amazing stone home that dates back to the 1700s. The two rooms, which sit in the two additions built onto the home—one in 1775 and the other in 1930—lack some of the historic character from the oldest part of the house. With tools in hand, Jeff and his crew demo the space and then bring in era-specific details to make each room look like a true part of the original structure.

DIY Network, from the creators of HGTV and Food Network, is the go-to destination for rip-up, knock-out home improvement television. Currently in more than 58 million homes, DIY Network’s programming covers a broad range of categories, including home improvement and landscaping. The network’s award-winning website,, consistently ranks among America's top home and garden Internet destinations for entertaining videos, home improvement advice, step-by-step instructions, message boards, blogs, an interactive program guide and more. Viewers can also become fans of DIY Network and interact with other home improvement enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers through Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., DIY Network is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. (SNI).


Amy Hammontree


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