Tonight at 11pm on the DIY Network, "American Rehab: Charleston" will debut featuring the work of a Greenville native and graduate of GHS.
The show will feature Trent Fasnacht, son of Keith and Judith Fasnacht of Greenville, as he works to rennovate a 107 year old house in Summerville, South Carolina.
A feature was written on the show at the Journal Scene which includes the following:
“We’re very excited about it,” Fasnacht said. “It’s been a lot of work, but it’s been more fun than I even imagined, too. I’m having the time of my life!”
Fasnacht said he was first approached by the network in October 2013; they had several discussions and by April 2014 camera crews were in Summerville.
“I can’t really say exactly how it all started,” he said. “I have a blog about renovating old houses, Blood, Sweat and Pigs Ears (bloodsweatandpigsears.blogspot.com), that I’ve been writing for several years. I suppose the right people read it and decided to get in touch with me.”
Fasnacht said he has renovated houses that no one else wanted – abandoned, damaged, even burned. He has some 28 years in the construction business and says he is hands on when it comes to his projects.Read more about the show at the Journal Scene, and be sure to check out the premiere of the show tonight at 11pm on the DIY Network.