Madison Trio Films ‘Fixin’ to Sell’ Pilot For HGTV

By William Thornton
Alabama Media Group, Birmingham

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) Chelsea McKinney, her husband Ammon, and business partner Travis Boginski, a contractor, are gaining attention as the subjects of “Fixin’ to Sell,” a program they filmed last year as a pilot for HGTV.

Alabama Media Group, Birmingham

Chelsea McKinney says she’s “all over the place.” She works as an accountant and Realtor, manages apartments and flips houses.

Add “television personality” to the mix.

McKinney, her husband Ammon, and business partner Travis Boginski, a contractor, are gaining attention as the subjects of “Fixin’ to Sell,” a program they filmed last year as a pilot for HGTV.

The show is available through the HGTV app and online here.

McKinney started flipping houses in college. She said she enjoys seeing the transformation that a distressed home can undergo in the process.

“It’s a creative outlet. Otherwise I would sit in front of a computer eight hours a day and, quite frankly, be really bored,” she said. “I like to make things look beautiful that once did not. I really enjoy seeing everything come together.”

Ammon’s only experience before they met was painting walls in high school. He wasn’t even sure what “flipping” meant or how to do it.

“Once she had a partner in crime, a.k.a. me, free labor, however you want to look at it,” Ammon said, “she started asking me to do this, do that. Some things I was comfortable with, some I wasn’t so comfortable with. I know the process now. We had to learn some things the hard way, get better at the order of operations. I’m really comfortable with how it goes now.”

Boginski has owned GT Construction for 10 years. Chelsea and Ammon owned a company called Black Door Designs. More than a year ago, the two companies merged to tackle house projects as “Hammer & Sales.”

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