'Nashville Flipped' star Troy Shafer dies suddenly at age 38: report

"Nashville Flipped" host Troy Shafer has died.

The DIY Network personality died in his sleep on April 28 at the age of 38, his brother tells TMZ. The outlet reports that his "entire family is in shock" because Shafer "didn't have any known medical conditions." He was laid to rest last week in a "very small private burial for his family."

An autopsy was not performed on the television star's body, but the Erie, Pennsylvania coroner's office is waiting on the results of a toxicology report. Erie is his hometown.

The contractor initially moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music after graduating from Penn State University. He eventually pivoted to construction, where he specialized in restoring homes to the original glory in an effort to highlight the styles of bygone eras.

His show, "Nashville Flipped," premiered in the spring of 2016 and shown a spotlight on his construction and renovation work.

According to his DIY Network bio, Shafer married his best friend named Becky after moving to Nashville over a decade ago.