California builder and designer Jasmine Roth shines a spotlight on the potential return on investment homeowners can achieve by updating their garage doors
HGTV's new hit show
Rock the Block follows network veterans Jasmine Roth of
Hidden Potential, Good Bones' Mina Starsiak Hawk,
Restored by the Fords' Leanna Ford and
Windy City Rehab's Alison Victoria as they go head to head to see who could makeover the best home in only four weeks with a budget of $175,000.
With a goal to add the most resale value to the home, Roth tapped in
Wayne Dalton independent dealer
All County Doors, who has previous experience working with her on
Hidden Potential, to add some serious curb appeal with
Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass.
The first season of
Rock the Block came to a dramatic end as it crowned Roth the winner of the competition, appraising her total home value at $1,020,000 — $15,000 above Hawk's design home. Did the added curb appeal from her garage door seal the deal for the win? We think so!
(Before photo by Mark Von Holden/HGTV)
(After photo with Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass door)
Constructed to closely resemble the warmth and appeal of wood garage doors without the high maintenance wood doors typically require,
Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass doors are a great option for homeowners to get the best of both worlds. With its artfully molded wood-grain fiberglass surface bonded on an aluminum frame, Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass is offered in 10 different colors and has a wide selection of painted and bi-directional wood grain finishes, windows and hardware. Roth enhanced the curb appeal with a horizontal raised panel window finished in Natural Oak, along with a new exterior paint job, walkway and architectural stone that covered the skirt of the house.
In 2018, Wayne Dalton was recognized as the top provider of quality garage doors in
BUILDER Magazine's Brand Use Study, which included Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass as a 'Builder Favorite.' Product features include polyurethane foamed-in-place insulationand pinch-resistant panels.
(Jasmine Roth with George Fajardo from All County Doors)
"I saw every bit of this house as an opportunity. I wanted to add value to every square inch of not just the house, but of the property itself," Roth said.
By adding value to both inside and out of the property, Roth accomplished her goal and got creative while doing it. Unlike the other designers, she utilized the extra square footage in the garage to transform the space into an at-home gym with a climbing wall to boot!
After the bittersweet ending to the first
Rock the Block season, host Drew Scott best known from his show
Property Brothers made a special announcement, unveiling the street's new name, Jasmine Lane.
Rock the Block can be seen on HGTV reruns, the network app, as well as streamed on YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Video, VUDU and Google Play.