Just how much damage can a house endure? Enter the world of domestic disaster in House Hazards, a new series that puts potential home hazards to the test in a real house.
The team expose the explosive science behind potential domestic disasters. Brendan creates a bathroom experiment by stuffing manure, food scraps, and diapers into a septic tank. Francesca rigs up a grease fire that really blazes.
From ear shattering stereos to airborne air mattresses, a red-hot pool party becomes a backyard blowout bash when the House Hazards experts scientifically explore the less inviting aspects of home entertainment.
From second storey plunges to hair-raising soaks in the tub, crash test dummies get a serious workout as the House Hazards experts dig deeper into the scary science behind hidden household harms.
From not-so-safe rooms to boundary-violating fences, the House Hazards team sounds the alarm on things designed to protect your home. And the results will have viewers hitting the panic button, not the panic room!
From lethal landscaping to a very windy game of dodge ball, the House Hazards team of domestic scientists investigates if home is where the heart should be when Mother Nature comes calling.
From buggy insect zappers to hare-triggered house fires, the House Hazards team discovers what happens when pest control goes horribly wrong.
From well-lit trees to a hot date night gone wrong, the temperature rises inside the test home when potential dangers are scientifically discovered. Dan, Brendan, and Francesca take the heat so homeowners can avoid a domestic meltdown.
From 5-alarm chili to all-purpose flour power, the House Hazards domestic scientists get cooking to separate the facts from kitchen fiction when it comes to potential culinary dangers.