As other networks build and improve on homes, DIY Network actually has the guts to totally destroy its very own house just to repair it! "Disaster House" suffers very real damage like dropping a half-ton piano from almost 10 stories high, sponsoring the first sanctioned roller derby inside the living room, and having Page, an 8,000-pound African Elephant, help clog the toilet. These outrageous experiments accelerate the typical wear and tear a house incurs and mimic common catastrophes so viewers can discover what it takes to repair some of the biggest mishaps homeowners face today.
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Disaster House hosts its first-ever dance competition in the "Disaster House" living room to see what kind of foot-stomping creates the most squeaks in our floor. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple explains what causes floor squeaks and how to easily fix them. With the recent string of Earthquakes happening throughout the country, Disaster House simulates one of its own. And, this time... we may have gone a little too far.