HGTV Headquarters Address, Phone Number and Email

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HGTV Headquarters Office Address Details

500 W Summit Hill Drive Knoxville
TN  37902
United States

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HGTV Headquarters Phone Number

Customer Service Support Phone Number: 1-865-694-2700

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HGTV Headquarters Office Address and Phone Number

The official mailing/postal address, payment office, Headquarters and location address of HGTV is given below. People can use this contact details to contact them and get their concern or query answered quickly.

HGTV Headquarters Phone Number Toll Free: 1-865-546-3251

HGTV Headquarters Address Corporate Office:
500 W Summit Hill Drive Knoxville
TN  37902
United States

HGTV Fax Number: N/A

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20 thoughts on “HGTV Headquarters Address, Phone Number and Email

  1. Mike u

    Enough of every other sentence using the word “Space”. Floor square footage is actually area.

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  2. Mike

    Enough of every other sentence using the word “Space”. Floor square footage is actually area.

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  3. Karen

    I wanted to know how you find out who won the HGTV Smart Home In Texas. Please advise Thank you

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  4. Angela

    HGTV soared in the 90’s with numerous Gardening shows…Why are they non existent today??? Where is the ” G” in HGTV? They were So Awesome and full of INSPIRATION!!! EVERY SHOW WAS A HUGE HIT!! WE WANT TO SEE MORE OF THESE INCREDIBLE SHOWS AGAIN. ..PLEASE get these back on the air…They were GREAT AND WONDERFUL, and VERY INFORMATIVE….Thank you

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  5. Kathy Holley

    “House Full of Spouses”? Really? Really? Truly? Who does this benefit?

    Does HGTV believe in family values? At all? I’m not talking conservative vs more liberal family values at all. I mean, do the individuals within the family matter as individuals? Should we raise our daughters to feel they alone could never satisfy their husband? Could never parent their kids without help of “sister wives”? Should we raise our sons to be put in the position that they aren’t needed? That the parenting of a father one on one doesn’t matter? (Because in these homes what child gets one on one parenting attention?)

    Should we teach our kids to sponge off the welfare system? Should we barter our daughters out to child molesters? Truly, what the hell is HGTV thinking! Glorifying polygamy, what a model for us all! Wise up corporate. We can block your channel any day of the week.

    Individuals do matter. Do not air polygamy promotional crap!

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  6. Darlene

    I wish HGTV would go back to its roots… The how to channel. I miss the shows that showed you how to make over your home affordably. The shows now are all flipping shows, winning the lottery shows, moving shows. Where are the design on a dime shows? How to change your home for under 500.00. Affordable make overs. Not 30,000. Budgets. I long for those types of shows.

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    1. rae jean mcgowan

      I totally agree. I would like to add the family values seem to be laxing. Their are just a couple shows left on HGTV that don’t have someone on the show saying Oh My God. This is very offensive to us, and more and more shows we have deleted from watching, because of it. What has happened to these shows

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  7. Susan Marie Ogden

    Accessibility and Aging. With more Baby Boomers than ever, I would like to see HGTV explore a reality show that helps people with disabilities and aging, build or remodel homes that meet ADA accessibility codes. This would be a new and exciting platform that would help so many people who are wanting to downsize, build or remodel for their future. It would also be helpful for families dealing with accessibility issues. I’m sure there are ideas where accessibility and design can meet and also be functional. Just celebrating my 70’s birthday, I would like to remodel our cottage at Indian Lake (Lakeview, Ohio & HGTV has produced 4 Island Life shows here) into a fully functioning home with great design in 640 to 800 square feet. I’m sure there are flooring materials, turning radius, counter and appliance heights to consider and I don’t know where to start. Any help would be appreciated.

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    1. Ike harless

      Hello there my name is Ike harless and I’m from Iowa this is a long shot and I don’t even know if this will get looked at by anybody but here it goes. My mother and father and I recently lost everything to the flood that happend last week. We live south of Omaha Nebraska in a small little town called pacific junction Iowa. This is more for my parents cause they worked their whole life’s to of have the home they did and to only have enough time to grab 4 bags of clothes and the dog!! My mom loved her antique lamps and cabinets and anything that was old she had that is all gone now and can’t bevreplaced. My father had a life time of tools and everything you ever needed to do anything to work on the house or your vehicle! We are not looking for any sort of help but more less to get our small town story out there cause I know we are not the only ones affected by this flood! Me and my house ooo boy where do I begin.. last May I had a house fire because of bad wiring it’s a old old house and it was my grandmothers and my pops put up his own house as collateral so I could stay close to home.. after the fire and fighting with insurance company’s and contractors the house was finally complete 6 months ago me and my father did half the house our self all new dry wall on ceilings and walls and it came out pretty good for never doing it before.. we can’t even still get to our houses and it’s been over a week and still there is 8-10 feet of water in our town.. like I said this is just more to get our story out and just hate seeing my parents start all over and trying to figure out what to do they are 62-65 years old.. I hope this reaches so mebody and they can tell this story!! Thanks for your time!!

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  8. Kelley

    I love HGTV and all that’s associated with it, however there is a new is commercial for ‘TWD’ that shows someone cutting a face that has already been removed and then placed onto another persons face. I am very disturbed by this commercial. I don’t want to see it and I certainly dont want my children exposed to this. Please remove this from your commercial list!

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  9. Nancy Leiher

    I am a huge fan of HGTV?. Please….. so tired of Fixer Upper….are there any other shows you can possibly air….. afraid the Gaineses have worn out their welcome! Thank you!

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  10. Katrina

    I love Fixer Upper, I do – Chip and Joanna, the entire family. But they are wearing the show out! It’s Saturday and it’s on back to back until 1pm today. HGTV along with many other channels are getting lazy with the programming. We are paying top dollar to watch your channel. Please put in some effort and schedule a different show each half hour. I don’t think that’s expecting too much. And it’s time to branch out and find new shows. Please not another “flip” show, you are saturating your channel with these shows. Breathe some new life into the channel with new shows. It is home and garden. I have yet to see a craft show on our network. One that actually teaches a craft, like mosaic on clay pots for example. Or build a table using simple tools a homeowner would have. HGTV used to be a great channel. Fixer Upper brought it up again but now they are retired you need to step your game up and introduce some new shows.

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    1. Diane schlosser

      I so agree. A marathon of Fixer Upper is just boring because all of the episodes have played a thousand times. Unless chip and Joanne are coming back to do new episodes, enough is enough. Please move on. Thank you

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  11. JimW

    There has been a serious increase in commercials that are questionable or age inappropriate to be watching with a family with young children or grandchildren and for the commetcials to be covering topics such as endometriosis where question is asked by the doctor “does it hurt during sex?” The other kinds of commercials that have started popping up in addition to standard ED erectile dysfunction commercials, the latest with the question “are you curved below the waist?” Come on people I’m not being a bible thumper but I want to be able to watch my favorite family-oriented Discovery, or HGTV show like Fixer Upper or Property Brothers and other shows without having to explain to my eight year old or four-year-old grandchildren what they’re talking about when they say and “does it hurt during sex” or “are you curved below the waist?” Use some common sense this is not something that is family oriented please find a way to stop it.

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  12. Ermine

    I agree with Kim, I do like Flip or Flop, but let’s get on with it, so they divorced, so have a lot of other people but let the drama go. Christina is acting like a jerk. Please change the opening and drop the drama and continue with the flips. I hope you change it or I can’t continue to watch, way to much drama.

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    1. Diane schlosser

      Agree with this comment. If the formatting can’t be changed then just cancel the show

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  13. Kim

    Enough Flip or Flop!! The divorce drama is getting old, and doesn’t fit in with the theme of HGTV. If I wanted to watch drama, there’s plenty of other channels to tune in to. Please HGTV, enough already. Let’s keep is ckassy.

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  14. Michelle Bertrand

    Hi there we are a brother sister team who restore vintage camper trailers would love to pitch a show. Would call it trailer trash lol lol. Think it is a grand idea.

    Michelle Bertrand

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  15. Betty

    I agree with Lillian. Also when you have seen one episode more than once it becomes too much. Used to love fixer upper but not when it is on all day long. Very much in need of new shows. I tend to switch to DYI.

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  16. Lillian hamilton

    What ever happened to shows like Christopher Lowell, Lynnette Jennings or those shows that helped one to decorate their existing home. I love all the remodeling shows but designer shows were greatly appreciated and would love to see them return.

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