As of May 2015, Bryan Baeumler is not divorced. He and his wife, Sarah, run the Baeumler Family Foundation. Baeumler also owns a construction company and has been host to several HGTV Canada shows, including "Disaster DIY."
The Canadian TV host was born on April 18, 1974. As a child, he learned about construction from his father, an aircraft engineer. He opened his own business at 14, doing odd jobs in the neighborhood. Baeumler attended the University of Western Ontario and received degrees in Political Science and Business in 1996. He chose to work in construction rather than go on to law school.
Baeumler's first show in HGTV was "Disaster DIY," which premiered in 2007. As host, he would help homeowners fix their do-it-yourself projects. In 2012, his show, "Leave it to Bryan," debuted, which features him remodeling homes for clients. In the show "House of Bryan" he and his crew built homes for his own family. The show is considered one of the highest rated series on HGTV Canada. Baeumler has won the Gemini Award for "Best Host in a Lifestyle/Practical Information, or Performing Arts Program or Series."
Baeumler's wife, Sarah, was born on March 26, 1978. As of 2015, together they have two sons and two daughters: Quintyn Werner, Charlotte Anne, Lincoln Wolfgang and Josephine Judith.