Amy Matthews Biography
Amy Matthews an American licensed contractor, personal trainer, and television personality serving as the DIY Network’s host of Bathroom Renovations and Sweat Equity. She got employed by the Designer Network and previously hosted Renovation Raiders on Hgtv.
Amy Matthews Age
Matthews was born in the United States on May 19th, 1973, in Robbinsdale, Minnesota.
Amy Matthews Height
Amy stands tall at a height of 5 feet 5 inches/1.65m
Amy Matthews Family
Amy was born tof Mr. and Mrs. Larry Matthews. She was raised up along with her two sisters, Christine and Sarah. Her father is as well a veteran of the United States Army.
Amy Matthews Wife
Amy was previously married to Aaron Doering as of 2010 to 2018. Her ex-husband serves as a public speaker, explorer, and educator from the United States. The duo has a son, Eli Doering born in October 2011. However, the pair divorced back in 2011.
Amy Matthews Education
Amy enrolled at Boston University and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City.
Amy Matthews Salary
Amy earns an annual estimated salary of $102,000.
Amy Matthews Net Worth
Amy has an estimated net worth is $2 million.
Amy Matthews Career
Matthews an American licensed contractor, personal trainer, and television personality serving as the DIY Network’s host of Bathroom Renovations and Sweat Equity. She got employed by the Designer Network and previously hosted Renovation Raiders on Hgtv.
She hosts the Bathroom Renovations and Sweat Equity on Diy Network. The Diy show Sweat Equity features homeowners performing with the majority of their home renovations to save money while increasing revenue of their homes. Amy previously served for The Family Handyman magazine after returning to Minnesota. She as well served for the magazine doing outdoor repairs and new product demonstrations and as well hosted Hgtv while working for Diy
She previously served for Hgtv as the host of Renovation Raiders. She served along with a family friend of the homeowner to plan the renovation. She as well also got her first taste of home improvement at the age of 14 years old, when she traveled with her church group to repair homes for needy families. She as well spent the next few years honing her beuilding on her skills by tackling similar fix-it-up projects through various organizations. She has hosted Sweat Equity, Renovation Raiders, and Bathroom Renovations for Esquire Magazine and as well This New House, Blog Cabin, and Bachelor Pad of the Year.
She has featured in magazines including Esquire, the New York Daily News, Country Living, Parents Magazine, Good Housekeeping, the New York Times, US News and World Report, Men’s Health, and Real Simple, in addition to television shows. She as well featured appeared on a number of various media outlets including as NBC’s Today Show, CBS Morning News, CNN, and ABC. Amy’s project to build a Scandinavian Modern Barnhouse in the St Croix River Valley while working as a licensed contractor was chosen by This Old House on PBS as their 2021 project.