April 2013 | Custom Home Building

When the DIY Network decided to contact home builders in search of new model homes in the DC metro area to film in, they turned to Classic Homes. After a day of shooting at our Windsor Model in Potomac, MD, the producers were so impressed, they requested a second day of filming. With its granite circular staircase, gourmet kitchen, numerous sitting areas, and two-story foyer, living and family rooms, this custom home provided an almost endless selection of impressive backgrounds. The DIY Network even sent two film crews to make the most out of their second day of filming at our Montgomery County home.

The DIY Network is a national cable channel owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, parent company of HGTV, Food Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and Great American Country. The network describes “I Want That” as “a fast-paced tour through the latest and greatest building products. Every half-hour episode is packed with in-depth profiles and highlights of a dozen of the hottest “must haves” for every home.”

Product demonstrations filmed at our Windsor model home range from interesting kitchen items, like the Grill Comb and Sphere Ice Mold, to fun items like DIY Headphones and a Cocktail Layer Tool.So keep an eye out for Classic Homes’ Windsor model throughout the upcoming third season of the “I Want That” show. Stay tuned for specific episodes to watch for, and video clips from the filming at our model home in the coming months.

The “I Want That” show airs on the DIY Network Wednesday nights at 10 pm, locally on Comcast Xfinity – channel 121, Verizion FiOS – channel 267, Dish Network – channel 111 and DirectTV – channel 230. Full episodes are also available streaming on the network’s website.

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