Since the first house she remodeled with her parents in 1986, Debbie McFarland has had a God-given gift of seeing the potential for what can be. Debbie, who became known as “Demo Debbie,” and her team of skilled craftsmen have been fixing up houses long before HGTV’s Fixer Upper was a hit, and she can completely relate to Chip Gaines and his love of demo.
"There’s just something so fun about tearing down the old and building the new,” she says.
Debbie has built her business, McFarland Interiors, around fulfilling the needs and desires of each homeowner, as well as increasing the value of their home.
“Just because you’re dissatisfied with your current home, or parts of it, you don’t have to move and incur all the real estate and moving expenses,” she says. “You can stay in your current neighborhood and create the home you’ve always wanted.”
Debbie can transform any part of a house but has a special passion for the kitchen, as the “heart of the home.” She can take a builder-grade floor plan and redesign the home to fit the needs and desires of the homeowner. Take a look at some of Debbie’s work!