The new season of 'Room to Improve' is in full swing on Sunday nights on RTÉ One and with it is the excellent running commentary on Twitter. The main trending topic over last night's show was the budget, which was a huge amount to begin with but somehow Dermot managed to go over it.
The featured house on this week's 'Room to Improve' was a detached 1950s two-bedroom property in Rathfarnham in Dublin which owners Yvonne and Adrian bought for the princely sum of €530,000. The house was in need of a massive restoration and the couple had an impressive budget of €280,000 to do so.
— Hannah McKernan (@Itakefoties) September 22, 2019
€585k plus a €280k budget to renovate. Lads what the fuck am I doing wrong??? #roomtoimprove
— Daniel Keenan (@DandolfDaDeadly) September 22, 2019
When dubs are on #roomtoimprove and they say they spent €530,000 buying a shitty house and €280,000 to spend on renovating, that’s €810,000 🤢🤢🤢🤢 Imagine the size of a house you’d build out the country with that
— lets get swifty (@libshogan) September 22, 2019
— Daniel Buckley (@DanielBuble) September 22, 2019
— Its.......Klara Mullens account (@klazjmullen) September 22, 2019
Even with all that money though, they went over budget. A whole €110,00 over budget.
#roomtoimprove is dermot responsible for the cost of the children’s hospital by any chance?
— Timothy (@timglong) September 22, 2019
— Live Well (@Livewell100) September 22, 2019
— Peter Horgan (@horganp) September 22, 2019
— Stephen Kennelly (@KennellyStephen) September 22, 2019
— wexgirl (@MoloneyDawn) September 22, 2019
In fairness the end result was incredible, but then it always is on 'Room to Improve'.
— RTÉ One (@RTEOne) September 22, 2019
Now to try found €800,000 under the couch...