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Clint Harp Net Worth $2 Million

What Is Clint Harp’s Net Worth?

Clint Harp is an American reality star who has a net worth of $2 million. He was the co-owner of the furniture company Harp Design Co. On January 20, 2023, Harp Design Co. closed.

Harp also has his own show on the DIY Network – ”Wood Work.”

In his show, Harp takes reclaimed and recycled wood, typically found objects, and creates uncommon pieces that are meant to bring families together. However, he first gained fame as the carpenter on the HGTV show Fixer Upper. 


He was born on November 16, 1977, in Atlanta, USA.

After he finished his education, Clint has done several jobs. During an interview, he explained:

“I’ve done so many different things: area director for a kid’s ministry, janitor at a church, junior high youth minister, and missionary overseas.”

In 2011, Clint quit his job in medical sales, where he was making six figures. Clint did this to pursue his passion – furniture making.

He said:

”I was living my life one way doing the sales thing, which was fine, but I didn’t feel like myself. For me, I’m kind of reclaimed as well.”

Harp Design Co.

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He and his wife, Kelly, cofounded Harp Design Co. in 2001. Their shop is specialized in custom home goods and furniture.


On November 9, 2015, Clint and his wife started a YouTube channel named – Harp Design Co.

Fixer Upper


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It is a reality TV series about home renovation and design that aired on HGTV (an American pay television channel which is owned by Discovery).

The show’s pilot aired in May 2013. The stars of the Fixer Upper television show are Joanna and Chip Gaines.

Harp met Chip in a gas station in 2012.

They became friends, and soon after, Harp started to appear in a supporting role in the reality show Fixer Upper.

During the show, Harp is helping his close friends Joanna and Chip Gaines as they remodel homes in Waco.

Harp said about Chip:

“[Chip] is great to talk to. He’s one of those guys you want to sit down and have a beer with over some barbecue.”

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In April 2018, Clint and his wife announced that their new television show, called “Wood Work,” will premiere on May 9, 2018, on the DIY Network.

In the ”Wood Work” television show, Kelly designed spaces (often single rooms) while Clint builds custom furniture for clients around those pieces.

During a recent interview, he confessed:

“We love working together, and yet sometimes it’s a little much—and that’s the reality.” 

In a different interview, he said:

“Life for me, post ‘Fixer Upper,’ has been filled with writing my book [‘Handcrafted’] and filming our show [‘Wood Work’ on DIY].”

Clint continued:

“A lot of very exciting and fun things have been going on with that.”


On September 25, 2018, he released his book, titled – ”Handcrafted: A Woodworker’s Story.”

In the book, he details his amazing journey – from hard work at his grandfather’s knee and a childhood learning carpentry, through his battles to balance pursuing his aspirations and desires with supporting his family, to the many misadventures and adventures of filming the TV show Fixer Upper and his partnership with Joanna and Chip.

After the book was released, he recalled:

“I wanted to share my story, and the things that I went through creating a business, quitting a job to go for a dream with my wife.”



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Clint Harp married Kelly in 2001, shortly after college.

They co-own Harp Design Co.

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Several years after their marriage, he said:

”After being married five years, Kelly and I decided it was time to have kids. I needed a more substantial job, so I called a friend who knew of an opening in medical sales.”

Clint also said:

”The job came with the promise of a six-figure salary and a 401K, and that was too much to pass up.”

The couple has 3 children, named:

  • Camille;
  • Holly;
  • Hudson.

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Former US President Jimmy Carter was close friends with Harp’s grandparents.

Clint volunteered full-time at Habitat for Humanity, a non-governmental, international, and nonprofit organization that has its headquarters in Americus.

It is a Christian organization that was founded by Millard and Linda Fuller in 1976. The mission is:

“Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.”

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Net Worth

So, how much is Clint Harp worth? Harp earned most of his wealth from working in medical sales (where he was making six figures) and being the co-host of the DIY Network television show – “Wood Work.” Therefore, Clint Harp has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

Also, along with his wife Kelly, Harp co-founded Harp Design Co. Harp Design Co. closed in January 2023.

In addition, Harp was a guest star on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, a TV show which attracted over 19 million viewers during its 1st season.

He also sells merch on his website –

He’s the author of Handcrafted: A Woodworker’s Story. The book has over 323 ratings on Amazon — this means an estimated 15k to 32k sold copies.

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Monday 9th of May 2022

Living in upstate New York in 1973-1980, stumps of trees were vastly available. So as an avid creator of taking nothing and making something, I came up with an idea. Back then we had wall phones. Made sure the stump was free of any bugs, etc. sanded it down with a sander; there was a branch that stood out which gave the stump meaning; shellacked it and made a seat for the top. It was placed right under the wall phone. What a conversation piece. You think? Your the pro. Your work is beyond. As an artist of paper, appreciation of your work is soooooo deserved.

Pat Harp

Wednesday 13th of April 2022

Dear clint and Kelly, I want to thank you all the enjoyable TV time on HGTV and Magnolia Network. My and my wife have enjoyed watching you go from place to place tearing down old builds and reassembling then on a different location. I do have a question for you Clint. I have been trying to trace my family tree and I'm wondering if you have any relatives in Michigan or Ohio? Keep up the good work and are looking forward to your next adventure of Restoration Road on the Magnolia Network.

Pat and Karen Harp

Jacqueline Mertins

Tuesday 11th of January 2022

I love the down home way Clint is. I wish him and his family all the best with whatever they do! God Bless!