Where Is 'Help! I Wrecked My House' Filmed? Details on the HGTV Hit

Leila Kozma - Author

Nov. 9 2023, Updated 2:27 p.m. ET

The Gist:

  • HGTV's Help! I Wrecked My House, which premiered in 2020, features Jasmine Roth retrofitting folks' homes.
  • Jasmine and her family live in California, which is also where the show films.
  • The family also has a house in Utah for the winter.
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In the hit series Help! I Wrecked My House, designer/builder and HGTV veteran Jasmine Roth offers a helping hand to property owners who plunged themselves into a home renovation project before realizing they lack the expertise required to finish the work.

A seasoned pro, Jasmine appeared on shows like Hidden Potential and Rock the Block before starring on Help! I Wrecked My House as the show host and house developer in charge. So, is the show filmed near Jasmine's chosen state of California?

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Jasmine Roth during the construction of her home in Huntington Beach, California, in 2018
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Where is 'Help! I Wrecked My House' filmed?

A online retail store owner, blogger, book author, and HGTV star, Jasmine has proven time and time again that orchestrating jaw-dropping house transformations is in her DNA. For Help! I Wrecked My House, she set out on a journey around the Golden State to assist homeowners whose renovation projects yielded less than satisfactory results.

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Jasmine lives in Huntington Beach, Calif., with her husband, Brett, and their daughter, Hazel Lynn. On Help! I Wrecked My House, Jasmine visits locations scattered around California to consult property owners determined to turn things around and build a beautiful place they can confidently call home.

For instance, the Season 4 premiere took Jasmine to the coastal city of Seal Beach, which is located between Huntington Beach and Long Beach.

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And if you take a look at the show's IMDb page, you'll see that the locations for Help! I Wrecked My House include Costa Mesa, Long Beach, Glendora, and Anaheim, Calif.

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Jasmine Roth and her family may primarily live in California, but they also have a house in Utah for the winter.

Though they reside in Southern California, Jasmine and her family are big on snowboarding and all things winter. As such, they also have a home in Utah.

Jasmine and her husband Brett had initially bought a small cabin in Utah in 2015, but they sold it in 2023 and began a new project — which Jasmine let her fans follow along with via social media. The project entailed completely customizing their new house, which they lovingly named Camp Roth.

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An interesting thing to note about their original Utah house, though, is that it ultimately led Jasmine to her HGTV career. As she explained in a March 2023 blog post: "Back in 2015, our family bought the 'Tiny Mountain Home' in Park City, Utah and I completely renovated it, by myself, in a blizzard. Yikes! It was one of the first projects I posted online and sure enough, HGTV saw what I was up to and came knocking. And well …you know the rest of that story."

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Here's what else to know about Jasmine Roth's beautiful family.

A Northeastern University graduate, Jasmine first met her husband while pursuing a degree in entrepreneurship and new venture management. As Jasmine told Country Living, they started out as roommates. As she said, her grandmother spotted the spark during a visit — long before they did.

"My grandma told me later that she leaned over to my mom and said, 'He's the one,'" she explained. "So my grandma's claim to fame is that she called it before we even knew."

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Jasmine and Brett tied the knot in September 2013, and their daughter, Hazel Lynn, was born in April 2020.

You can catch new episodes of Help! I Wrecked My House Mondays at 9 p.m. EST on HGTV.

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