Sunday, May 26, 2024

I HAVE ALWAYS HATED ........HGTV

 I have always hated that  phony....... fucking channel........ with the  phony  married bastards ....... that pretend  ......... like  joanna  gaines....... and   chip  ..........he fucked  another broad  .....and  the  annoying   couple  ........ with the  gay looking lumberjack bastard  .........and  the  annoying  blond   woman  half his  size .....and the red headed  annoying  cunt ........... who  buys  houses  in the  cold  ass fucking places .....and  those  two   annoying ass  brothers  ......... phony bastards......they are  all full of  shit  ......the whole    channel is  fucking fake.........   been proved  ........it is  watched   buy   housewife's/women ........who do not  work........ and  gay guys   ......... buying  shitty  fluffy   .........fairy home goods .......and no cunt ever gets  dirty  ...have you noticed   ..even when they are doing demo  ....no  cunt  gets  filthy .......when i demo i am  covered   form  head  to foot in shit ......all sorts of shit .....these  cunts  are always  well dressed  .......not  fucking real assholes ......abd rock the  block  ....so annoying   ..ty pennington ........ used  to  be  fun in early years ..........  when  he  did  the   room changing  on  TLC....i used  to  watch the  room decorating   ........but now   they  are  all fucked  up ......the women were   hot   too ......now  they are all dumpy ...one or two ......exceptions ..........i have heard there   has been loads of  fuck up in these  shows   they rush them ........ that is  the problem ......and all these  stupid  fucking   women  now ........ think that places   can be built over night ........idiots.....

Court filings reveal new details in ‘Fixer to Fabulous’ lawsuit

BENTON COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — A recent court filing reveals new details in a lawsuit against HGTV stars Dave and Jenny Marrs.

Bentonville couple Matthew and Sarah McGrath filed a lawsuit in February 2023 claiming a house built for them a year earlier had numerous defects and the companies who built the home had breached a contract.

Jupiter Rentals and Marrs Construction, both owned by Dave Marrs, one-half of the couple that stars in HGTV shows “Rock the Block” and “Fixer to Fabulous” are the companies mentioned in the lawsuit.

Multiple attempts at court-ordered mediation have failed and after months of back and forth between the two parties, no settlement has been reached.

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Evidence shared in a 45-page filing details what led to the lawsuit.

A letter from the McGraths’ legal counsel to Dave Marrs and a report of findings for a structural investigation carried out by an Arkansas-based contractor were included in documents filed on March 29.

Legal counsel claims in the letter, dated January 3, 2023, professional estimates predicted these costs:

  • Repair and proper construction of drive and walkways – $38,740

  • Landscaping and grading, including installation of French drain – $47,862

The estimates did not include nearly $1,900 expended by the McGraths “in attempts to
discovery the extent of the flaws in the construction of the home,” according to the letter.

The letter continued, “Please understand, these reports do not completely detail the remedial work that needs to be performed to rectify the many failures in workmanship but only represent my clients’ current understanding of the nature and scope of repairs.”

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A report of findings, dated November 12, 2022, was included in the filing and said that additional investigations and design analysis were warranted in regards to roof framing, main floor framing, wall framing and wind bracing, deck foundations, deck floor modifications and attachment to the home, grading, and drainage issues.

The report said that given the age of the home, more structural issues could present themselves in the coming years. “The problems, which we observed, will continue and worsen until they are corrected,” the report added.

“It is our judgment that the home requires repairs for the roof framing, main floor framing deflections, exterior wall framing and bracing, reinstallation of the windows, vinyl siding, window and door flashing, and brick veneer. Repair and redesign of the back deck to eliminate the water infiltration and foundation issues. Additionally, grading and drainage modifications need to be made plus possible structural improvements to the retaining walls,” the report said.

Nearly two dozen code issues or violations were included in the report for various parts of the house.

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Among the issues found was that the deck was screwed to the rim of the house instead of being bolted to the rim. The contractor called it a “critical safety issue with the structural integrity of the deck.”

The McGraths are seeking the court’s judgment against the defendants and the attorney’s fees and litigation costs to be awarded as relief.

A pretrial hearing is set for 9 a.m. on September 5 with the five-day jury trial scheduled to begin on September 23 at the Benton County Courthouse.

KNWA/FOX24 has reached out to the attorneys for both parties.

The McGraths’ attorney said in a statement, “I think the position my clients want to take is to avoid public comment on any of this until it’s over.”

We are still waiting to hear back from the Marrs’ attorney.

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