The Thundermans' House is the home of the Thundermans family. It's a house located in the suburbs in the fictional town of Hiddenville.
The Thundermans House has a Thunder Monitor which in alerts them when visitors are approaching. This helps them prepare for the non-supes by switching the family portrait from their superhero one to the normal family photo to avoid exposing their identity.
- Max and Phoebe invited Cherry into the house but the kids exposed their powers to her. So, the "no non-supes" rule stayed.
- Max's Lair and the swirly slide are introduced in this episode.
- It is revealed that Hank has made a lot of holes in the ceiling because he always flies out through the ceiling, dropping ceiling pieces on the floor. This is shown in many other episodes.
- After the kids proved that they can host non-superheroes in the house without exposing their powers, Barb and Hank lifted the rule so that they can invite non-supes in the house.
- Phoebe's bedroom is shown for the first time.
- Phoebe holds her first sleepover party in the house by inviting her girlfriends, Cherry, Sarah, Ashley and Kelsey.
- Hank's secret man-cave in the house is shown for the first time.
- Max revealed to Allison that he has set up traps all over the house in case his family turned against him.
- Max hid Wolfgang in the house so that he doesn't get deported.
- Principal Bradford visited the Thundermans House for the first time.
- Max Thunderman
- Chloe Thunderman
- Nora Thunderman
- Billy Thunderman
- Phoebe Thunderman
- Hank Thunderman
- Barb Thunderman
- Dr. Colosso
- Mrs. Wong
- Darcy Wong
- Cousin Blobbin
- Cole Campbell
- Tara Campbell
- Max's Lair a.k.a. Bedroom
- Living Room
- Team Head Quarter (destroyed)
- Phoebe's Bedroom
- Hank/Barbs' Bedroom
- Billy/Nora's room
- Chloe's Bedroom (previously Billy's room)
- Hank's Man-Cave
- As the TV remote suggests, the Thunderman House has Direct TV.
- The house is similar to Tori Vega's house from Victorious.
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