With the frame of the addition complete, it's time for Daryl to button up the outside of the house. That means that he'll have to find period doors for the entrances, get up the clapboard, and find a mason to build the fireboxes and chimney. A local merchant surprises Daryl with a very unique door for the kitchen. The chimney is a huge project, so finding somebody that can make the brick and the mortar historically accurate is important. It's a lot to balance, especially when Daryl has to go out on tour.
Immediately after Anthony Signorelli got married to his wife Gina, she moved into his house and began taking over the space. Now with family planning on the horizon, Anthony's time is running out to transform his basement into a Man Cave before his wife turns it into a baby area. With a little help from the Man Caves crew, Jason and Tony are going to turn Anthony's storage unit of a basement into a Supper Club Cave made to impress. With multiple TVs and a custom bar with built in humidors, Anthony can take his friends back in time with his new 50's Themed Supper Club Man Cave.
Kelly & Dan moved into their 1970s rambler seven years ago to accommodate their growing family. But, they can't stand their ugly and awkward faux Italian bath with its horrible layout! Watch as host Jeff Devlin takes this outdated faux Tuscan palace and transforms it into an amazing space with a rigid foam soaking tub, custom laundry chute and a high tech steam shower to take it over the top!
Mike and Tami have 8 kids and no time to spend together, so they are building a prefab log cabin where the family can spend quality time together for generations to come. Jordyn is ready to leave her rental behind and buy her first home, but what is most important to Jordyn is that her new home is eco friendly, so she is turning to the modular world to build a big house with a small carbon footprint.
Jason and Zolina love their downtown Pittsburgh neighborhood but are done with their cramped 100 year old apartment. Now that a lot on their street up for sale, they are doing a modular build so they can have the home of their dreams without having to move. Justin and Casey are sick of renting a home and giving their money away each month. After years of saving up for a place of their own, they are turning to the prefab world to get the most bang for their buck.
Joey and Cindy need a real home so they can take their future off hold and start the family they've wanted for years. These first time homebuyers need a fast and innovative solution to get them out of their cramped apartment so they are relying on the prefab world to get the job done. After two tours in Afghanistan Steve needs a way to get back into home life, so he and his wife Amy are turning to modular technology to build a cabin in the Smoky Mountains where family comes first.
Mark and the guys take down a West Virginia smokehouse and a half-barn nearby. They weave the logs together in Florida to create a bunkhouse for their client's kids. They cut down two trees to use as wood for the porch, and go on a catch and release wild hog hunt.
Mark and the guys take down a pre-Civil War log cabin in Braxton County, West Virginia. They take it back to Lewisburg to refurbish the logs, then rebuild it for a client who collects historic homes in Elizabethton, Tennessee.
Mark and the guys return to their roots in Asheville, North Carolina. They have one day to build a log well house in the driving rain. Once it's up, they have to repair a severely damaged log home nearby. Along the way, Mark visits two of his favorite log cabins.
Mark and the guys turn a used shipping container into a portable barnwood cabin. They use welding torches and old logs to transform the steel container into a home. Mark searches for the perfect red barnwood to cover it. Then they try to lift the container cabin onto a trailer to prove its really portable.
The guys salvage a homestead corn crib with a good old fashioned barn raising.
The guys rescue a huge double pen barn in St. Meinrad, Indiana. It's the biggest dogtrot style barn they've ever faced. They have to fight through modern layers of tin and barnwood to get to the incredible, pioneer era hand hewn beams. When it's done, Mark pays a visit to the nearly completed Lincoln Cabin.
Mark and the guys head to Johnny Jett's hometown in Kentucky to build a log chapel. First, they reclaim a stained glass window from a deteriorating 100-year-old church. Then they build the chapel and install the window.
The guys travel to The Show Me State, to take down and rebuild a historic 170-year-old cabin. Sherman leads the guys in converting this cabin into a guest house for kindred spirit client, Mark Perry. Meanwhile Mark drums up business west of the Mississippi. The guys work in weather extremes to turn the cabin's frown upside down.
Mark and the guys work in downtown Lewisburg, West Virginia, to raise a massive timber frame as the new shelter for the Lewisburg farmer's market. The 200-year-old logs prove to be a challenge when the builders begin to raise the bents.
Mark and the guys travel to Abingdon, Virginia, to take down a farmhouse that Mark bought sight unseen. The house is really a 200 year-old log cabin covered by layers of siding and overgrowth. As they strip away each layer, the news gets better. They salvage the incredible hand-hewn timbers underneath.
Host Chris Grundy challenges married couple and parents of three young sons, Dennis and Shelly Sliney, to gut and remodel the kitchen of their home like the pros for a chance to win cash. Chris brings in guest judges, general contractors Guy Hazan and Scott Cross, to inspect the new space and estimate the cost of the renovation. If the expert estimate is more than what was actually spent on the project, Dennis and Shelly win the difference in cold, hard cash!! Dennis and Shelly have lived in their house for the better part of a decade, and have raised their three young sons in it. However, the kitchen hasn't seen any improvements since they moved in, and they are ready to have a decent kitchen in which they can cook and entertain. Dennis has done some remodeling in the past, but he's unsure of his skills since he hasn't tackled an entire kitchen before. He is also meticulous to a fault, and won't hesitate to dwell on details to make sure they are exactly right. Unfortunately, with a tight deadline, he doesn't have time to do any dwelling on details, so Shelly's got her hands full trying to keep him on schedule. Their good friend, Charlie Tachdjian agrees to lend a hand throughout the renovation, but will it be enough to bring in a Pro Grade kitchen on time?