Bryan Baeumler Net Worth is $20 million. Baeumler is a Canadian TV Host and entrepreneur from Oakville who acquired construction skills from his father and began his career in the handyman business at the age of 14.
He currently serves as a host on a number of HGTV/HGTV Canada shows and made various guest appearances on several TV shows. He turned his professions as a businessman and handyman into various TV shows which are focused on home renovations in Canada and later expanded to include hotel renovations in the Bahamas.
Bryan Baeumler Net Worth
|Net Worth 2022||$20 Million|
|Annual Income||$2 Million|
|Monthly Income||$300 Thousand|
|Age||48 Years Old|
Bryan Baeumler was born on 18 April 1974 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. He grew up in Canada with his two siblings and acquired an interest in business at a young age. He spent his childhood summers building his family’s cottage which he learned from his father who was an aircraft engineer.
Baeumler established his own handyman business at the age of 14, doing odd jobs for neighbors. He graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1996 with a B.A. in Political Science and Business. During his college years, he was active in several shows and was well-known for his hosting abilities.
Baeumler began his career as a businessman who owned an air-cargo company from 1995 until 2003. He then worked as a builder and later established a construction company “Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc.” and become president and CEO.
In 2011, Baeumler created a website called Baeumler Approved that helps homeowners connect with home-service companies in Canada. Later in 2018, he became the ambassador for HeyBryan, a peer-to-peer mobile marketplace app that connects homeowners with home-service providers.
In 2007, Baeumler began his career as a host on HGTV Canada’s Disaster DIY, a show about “Do-It-Yourselfers” who have failed at their own home repairs and are desperate for some on-the-job training.
From 2010 to 2015, he began a series called “House of Bryan” which starred Baeumler’s complete nuclear family, including himself, his wife, and their children, as well as his apprentice, Adam. The series followed the construction of different residences in which the Baeumlers lived, including his dream home, country cottage, and forever home, and it became the best-rated series ever on HGTV Canada in 2016.
Baeumler also hosted several renovation shows like “Leave It to Bryan, Bryan Inc., and the Island of Bryan”. He has also appeared as a guest on Canada’s Handyman Challenge, Deck Wars, and Home to Win.
A seven-episode competition series “Renovation Resort” is set to premiere on Canada’s HGTV in 2023 in which four teams of contractor-designer duos mentored by McGillivray and Baeumler will compete to refurbish cabins one by one. The winning cabin will earn the winning team the grand prize.
Baeumler has been married to Sarah who is a tv host, dancer, and fashion and design enthusiast since 2004. They have four children Quintyn Werner, Charlotte Anne, Lincoln Wolfgang, and Josephine Judith. Quintyn was sent to a regional boarding school for conventional high school life, while the other three children attended a neighboring Bahamian school.
Real Estate and Investments
Bryan and Sarah are renovating homes and lodges all around the world, and they recently relocated to San Andros Island in the Bahamas to renovate their aging lodge. Since their children reside in Canada, they split their time between Palm Seaside, Florida, and Oakville, Ontario. They’ve also scheduled time for their Bahamas vacation and continued progress obstacles.
In 2017, Bryan and his wife Sarah Baeumler owned and operated a sustainable luxury resort, Caerula Mar Club in the Bahamas which opened in 2019 and is one of the world’s most sustainable luxury resorts. They reportedly bought an abandoned beachfront resort in South Andros for $2 million and additionally spent $4 million to remodel it.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, the Baeumlers also took disaster relief measures in 2019. They opened in 6 months and had to shut it because of Covid-19. They paid $2 million for the resort and relocated their family to South Andros Island to begin upgrades. Later, the lake property was put for sale for $1,850,000.
Bryan Baeumler’s Net Worth
As of 2022, Bryan Baeumler’s net worth is roughly $20 million making him one of the wealthiest tv show hosts in Canada. He earns the majority of his fortune from hosting TV shows and he earns up to 1 million dollars a year from the TV shows.
His construction company pays him roughly $30k thousand per month. HGTV pays him roughly $50,000 per episode. He had initially considered pursuing a legal career. However, he discovered his interest in construction and engineering when working as a teenager.