Joe And Meg Piercy Will Make Their Debut On The New Show “Renovation Goldmine”

Joe and Meg Piercy, a husband and wife team, will make their HGTV debut on the network’s new home restoration program, Renovation Goldmine. The program, which premieres on Saturday, April 30, will feature the pair refurbishing residences on a tight budget. Joe and Meg will search for unwanted goods or ‘gold’ in households in the eight-episode series. They will then sell them to raise funding for the house’s makeover. “Find the gold,” the pair’s favorite saying, is derived from this.

According to the show’s official description:

“The season will feature Chicago’s Joe and Meg Piercy, founders of a thriving design and restoration firm committed to reusing the goldmine of treasures discovered in customers’ houses. In each episode, the team will repurpose old furniture and other items owned by their customers and utilize the money saved to provide people with their ideal house restoration.”


Joe and Meg Piercy own a firm called ‘MegMade.’

Joe and Meg Piercy are the co-founders of MegMade, an interior design firm that specializes in restoration, design, and furnishing. Joe graduated from the University of Illinois with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Consumer Environmental Sciences-Agri-Accounting (2002-2005). Meanwhile, Meg graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in public relations/image management. She worked as the Hand Club for Kids’ fund development manager for over eight years. She also worked as a CSS Computer Science staff consultant.

Meg Piercy

Meg, who is in her 30s, met Joe on a blind date in Chicago, Illinois. They confirmed their engagement six weeks after their first encounter. In October of 2006, the pair married. Joe and Meg have three sons: Wells Piercy (born on April 23, 2012), Brooks Piercy (born in December 2014), and Finn Piercy (born in December 2015). (born in October 2018). The family resides in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.

In addition to owning their Chicago-based business, MegMade, the pair will now make their HGTV debut on the program Renovation Goldmine. The duo believes in upgrading houses without breaking people’s budgets. Meg explained in an interview: “I believe people will relate to it because… this really focuses on how you can truly elevate a room or two at a time; you don’t have to spend all the huge cash on fully gutting a property,” says the author.

Meg Piercy

She continued, saying:

“You can have a big influence without spending a lot of money.”

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