A family from Maine works together to save the historic "Daggett Camp" cabin once owned by a famous politician in the 1930s. Can Chase and his team save the camp in just six weeks? Or will a hidden surprise underneath the cabin derail the whole project?
Chase and his team tackle a 1930s dilapidated island cabin with major rot issues. With a budget of $30,000 and six weeks to complete the project, will the team be able to transform the cabin and turn it into a secluded island retreat while maintaining all of the original rustic charm?
Chase Morrill and his team of builders renovate an off-the-grid camp for a family of city slickers. With limited resources, Chase and his team work to incorporate the comforts of city living into the camp along with creating more privacy in their sleeping quarters, but will a rotted water tank prove to violate Maine law and shut them down before the renovation is finished?
Chase and his team take on a dated and dysfunctional cabin in Belgrade Lakes, one of Maine's most desirable regions. With a budget of $40,000 and six weeks to finish the project, will the team be able to turn this Long Pond cabin into the perfect family retreat?
Chase Morrill and his team of Cabin Masters hike through the woods of Dedham, ME, to restore a dilapidated family camp that was once the old schoolhouse. From the swarming bugs to the relentless rain, the Cabin Masters quickly learn that nothing will come easy at the old schoolhouse. When a serious case of rot threatens to close down the entire project, Chase and Ryan are forced to cut into the house forcing them to make a very expensive decision.
Chase and his team are called in to renovate a neglected camp for a growing family. Right away, the unusual footprint proves troublesome when trying to create a second bedroom inside. Outside, the steep slope becomes a challenge just hours before the reveal. Can the team overcome these obstacles in time for the family's end-of-summer party?
Chase Morrill and his team of Cabin Masters are back home in Augusta, ME, getting ready for Lance's wedding when Chase gets a call from an old friend who has a little log cabin stuck in her backyard. He sees the cabin as a fun project for the team to work on and present to Lance's lovely bride after the wedding, so with no budget and Lance as the foreman, landlord and overall malcontent, the team disassembles the log cabin and moves it onto his property. With the wedding quickly approaching and Lance busy building outhouses and goose pens for his fiance, the team must work fast in order to finish before Lilly walks down the aisle. Will they be done before she says I do?
Chase Morrill and his team tackle the renovation of a 130-year-old cabin located on an island. With a budget of $40,000 and a time frame of six weeks, will Chase and his team be able to overcome the challenges of building on an island to make sure the cabin is around for another 100 years?
Chase Morrill and his team renovate an off-the-grid hunting cabin deep in the woods of Oxford, ME. They have a budget of $20,000 and a time frame of six weeks, but will Chase and his team be able to overcome the challenges of building off-the-grid and get the cabin done before winter comes?
Chase and his team of Maine builders have been called in to renovate a camp uniquely situated on two ponds. With winter right around the corner, Chase knows they need to hustle in order to complete the renovation. But will the wet weather and a slew of other setbacks prevent them from finishing in time for the homeowner's Thanksgiving get-together?
Chase and his team are called in to renovate two A-Frames in Maine's Sugarloaf Valley. With only six weeks to accomplish both renovations, Chase splits the team down the middle. Stakes are high as a friendly wager allows the winning team to dress the losing team up at dinner. With a tight turnaround and three people tackling each renovation, will they finish in time?