TV Schedule

Sunday, Apr 17

7:00
AM
Episode 1401

Sonora persuades Chris to come see her backyard in her brand new house, a big empty space with one huge redwood tree in the middle. Using that for inspiration, Chris comes up with a mountain retreat design that starts with covering up her existing concrete pad with natural stone, and building a wood privacy screen to block out her neighbor's huge RV. He adds a large ledgestone water feature as well as a big wooden deck topped with a custom made dining table. He uses boulders to define a fire pit area and adds large redwood trees, cedars and ferns. Finally, he turns a ski lift chair into a comfy swing and surrounds it with lush landscaping.

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7:30
AM
Episode 1403

Tim and Robyn Arthur can't use their backyard. The deck is too small for a table and there are no railings separating the deck from the above ground pool. Chris comes to their rescue by demoing the deck and pool, and building a new large cabana-style deck with dining space, grilling space and bar. He includes a metal and wood railing for safety and drapes for privacy. Stairs lead down to a new concrete and turf checked patio with a lounging area and unique water feature. Finally, grasses and birch trees are added for a beachy vibe.

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8:00
AM
Episode 1405

Pedro and Alicia purchased their Eichler home and have spent time redoing the inside but have neglected the outside. It's a messy space with no flow and no shade. The couple begged Chris to help them transform it into a mid century modern entertaining space. Chris starts with demoing the existing cracked concrete pad and replacing it with concrete squares in a grid pattern. Pedro is a chef so Chris adds a large 'L' shape kitchen & bar island faced in metal mesh, and an herb garden. For Alicia, he includes a large metal shade structure over a dining space. The rickety block wall is replaced with a cement and glass block water wall to become the yard's focal point.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1407

Robert and Dana love their backyard view but hate their backyard. It's boring, overgrown and nondescript and they beg Chris to give them an inviting space for dining, entertaining and playing guitar. He delivers by giving them a large paver patio with shade and a wood arbor that defines the patio and provides a backdrop for a conversation area. He adds artificial turf, a boulder water feature, and stone fireplace. He builds a custom reclaimed wood dining table for Dana and a slatted wood & boulder backless bench so Robert can play his guitar. He adds a corrugated metal and wood privacy fence, upcycled wood crates as raised planters, and low growing native landscape so as not to impede on the view.

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9:00
AM
Episode 1409

Eric and Cristin Botsford have a large back yard but there's nothing in it. They dream of a beachy escape that reflects their love of the ocean and Chris delivers! He gives Cristin a big concrete patio for their outdoor kitchen, complete with new grill and prep space, that is wrapped in cedar planks and topped with concrete pavers. Nearby, he adds a custom wood plank table that is covered with a bright shade sail. Chris upcycles Eric's home-made bench into a bar and tops it with a cantilevered pergola. He also gives Eric an outdoor shower with privacy walls made from shutters. In the center of the space he includes a low bowl water feature surrounded by grass and lush landscaping.

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9:30
AM
Episode 1411

Tammy and Brandi are newlyweds who are looking for an outdoor space where they can relax, dine and hangout with friends. Chris comes to their rescue with a plan to transform their dog-overrun yard into an inviting space complete with a dining area with pergola, as well as a lounge area with concrete patio, and a fire pit with built in benches and metal wall. In addition, the space will get a unique wood water feature, new landscaping and a long wooden landing off the house.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1413

Taz and Gumbo are native New Orleanians who like to party and eat with their friends and family. They have a large yard but it's uninviting, overgrown and ugly. Chris looks to the quintessential New Orleans courtyard for inspiration and transforms their space into the perfect place for crawfish boils. He starts with a large brick colored paver patio and adds a cedar pergola with iron posts. He creates a fire pit area and builds a custom crawfish table with a grill island, a bar, and dual crawfish burners. He surrounds the patio with lush tropical plants and adds a sugar kettle water feature. Finally, he turns salvaged shutters into a unique gate.

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10:30
AM
Episode 1503

Chris Lambton and his team transform a blank slate backyard into a private old world outdoor living space. His builds include a massive redwood deck with a wooden lattice privacy screen surrounding the sides and a beautiful stone fireplace as the focal point of the yard. A custom made bamboo and metal dining table is constructed with matching redwood benches. The yard also includes a lush lawn and a spectrum of colorful plants throughout the space.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1502

Chris Lambton and his crew transform this boring backyard into a beautiful party station, which includes a metal pipe fire feature, a repurposed keg water feature and two redwood decks. A massive reclaimed bar with a granite countertop and a concrete patio with decorative rock inlay, lattice screens for both privacy and greenscaping, crushed rock pathways and patios, all surrounded by colorful plantings.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1501

Toby is finally ready to rid his yard of the junk and his wife Malea is thrilled. The yard has been neglected for 15 years and with a tiny house, this family of 4 can really use the space for cooking, dining and entertaining. Chris rises to the challenge by removing everything and scraping it down to dirt. He begins building it up with a huge colored concrete patio, then adds a large shade pergola and outdoor bar with built in barbecue. He includes wood slatted panels and a large fence for privacy, a custom made wood and metal kayak storage rack and a unique boulder fire feature. He finishes off with lush landscaping, sod and a pig spit for the ultimate roaster's retereat.

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12:00
PM
Episode 108

Katie and Charlie have just purchased their dream home and now want to make the most of their spectacular views. They've got a big budget and even bigger ideas. They challenge the Mega Crew to build a $600,000 deck that maximizes the gorgeous views, and adds 1000 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a two-story water feature, a custom pizza oven and patio, an outdoor living room, an outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, and four large fire features to keep them warm all year long. It's one of the most dramatic decks the team has ever built.

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12:30
PM
Episode 106

Newlyweds Whitney and Joey have just purchased their dream home in an exclusive gated community. While they love the inside, the existing deck has some serious issues. It's old, rotting and doesn't fit their needs. Plus, their aging dog is having trouble using the stairs. So, they challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, state-of-the-art hot tub and a custom staircase for their small dog. The design plans also call for a circular outdoor living room with rounded gas fire pit and pergola, a second seating area with fire pit located near their new hot tub, and a custom iron staircase.

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1:00
PM
Episode 201

The Mega Deck team transforms a tiny, cramped deck into the perfect outdoor entertaining space with 1600 square feet of luxury. A detailed concrete pour proves challenging for the team and less-than-idea soil conditions are an unwelcome surprise. And, major decisions have to be made before they can finish the focal point of the whole deck- a massive pizza oven! Even with these road bumps, the team pulls off an amazing, partially enclosed, outdoor living space topped off with a wood-burning fireplace, custom kitchen, and hot tub.

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1:30
PM
Episode 209

The Mega Deck team faces unbelievable hurdles with this project: a nearly impassable access road, crazy mountain weather, and a build site that sits on top of a granite boulder, all at an elevation of 9000 ft in Estes Park, CO. But, the build team can sit back and enjoy someone else doing the heavy lifting when they get a helicopter to fly a 1000 lb. spiral staircase to the deck instead of hauling it up themselves. And, at the end, the gable-covered deck with skylights, a custom kitchen, and recessed glass panels, is exactly what the homeowners needed in order to fully enjoy their mountain retreat all year 'round!

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2:00
PM
Episode 104

John and Bonnie have a very large family and a very small deck. And with their six adult children living nearby, they really want a place for the family to gather. So, they've decided to turn their old deck into the ultimate party deck. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $300,000 deck that takes advantage of the gorgeous views and adds 1700 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a comfortable living room with gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature some of the best ideas when it comes to improving outdoor privacy.

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2:30
PM
Episode 102

Mark loves his cliffside log home in the Rocky Mountains, but the small existing deck doesn't take advantage of the million-dollar view. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $600,000 cliff-side deck that takes advantage of the panoramic mountain scenery and allows Mark to enjoy the frosty winters outside on his deck. After six months of construction, the Mega Deck is finally complete and homeowner Mark gets a tour of all the new features including a top-of-the-line barbecue grill and hot tub.

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3:00
PM
Episode 101

After years of constant relocation, retired military officers Joe and Maddie have decided to turn their Colorado home into a dream retirement. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a two-story $200,000 deck that takes advantage of a pristine two-acre wildlife-filled backyard, and can be used year 'round. Four months later, the new Mega Deck in the treetops has an outdoor kitchen and living room, a new fire pit and retractable glass walls.

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3:30
PM
Episode 103

Twenty years ago, Brad and Ronnie built their dream home in the heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. They've got gorgeous mountain views and five acres of land, but their patio and decks are faded and cracked. With four separate outdoor spaces in the front of their home, the Mega Crew is challenged to update the entire façade. The plans call for an outdoor living room with fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, three pergolas, two roof top decks, a swim spa and a large water feature.

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4:00
PM
Episode 105

Ed and Becky have two growing children, and they live next to a golf course. But their old deck just isn't working. It's weathered and crumbling, and can only be used a few months a year. So they challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck that will serve as the ultimate spot to barbecue and relax next to the links. The plans call for an outdoor living and dining room with a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, bench seating and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature a hot tub and spiral staircase.

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4:30
PM
Episode 107

Randy and Kim live in the country with their teenage children. They really want a place for their kids to hang out with their friends, as well as a place to connect and bond as a family. So, they've decided to turn their old patio into a family party deck, and challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck with an outdoor living room and wood-burning fireplace, an outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area, a sunken hot tub and an extra large fire pit.

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5:00
PM
Episode 201

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.

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6:00
PM
Episode 202

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.

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7:00
PM
Episode 206

Mark and the guys travel to the heart of West Virginia, to salvage incredibly rare 170-year-old logs from a perfectly preserved log home. The pressure is on to keep these logs pristine as they take them down.

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8:00
PM
Episode 207

The Barnwood Builders volunteer to help Boy Scout troop 248 build a new lodge out of their old lodge. Mark and the guys have a lot to teach these boys about the pioneer life. And the boys' determination gives the Barnwood Builders something in return; hope for the future.

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9:00
PM
Episode 208

Mark and the guys make a rare trip north to dismantle an enormous, 200-year old barn. This New England Style barn is unlike any one they have ever taken down. The barn is so big it takes extra hands to get the barnwood down, and a crane to lift out the valuable beams.

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10:00
PM
Episode 209

Mark and the guys rebuild a log cabin that has been in the Brown family since 1856. They use original logs from the cabin, old logs from a nearby barn, and new logs from a local saw mill. They team up with a local crew called, 'The Good Ole Boys,' to turn all these logs into a home that will last for generations to come.

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11:00
PM
Episode 210

Mark and the guys save a log cabin from an old Virginia tobacco farm and to turn it into a tasting room for a local distillery. Their client takes the opportunity to go to "Barnwood School." He works alongside Mark and the guys so he can pass these skills on to others.

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12:00
AM
Episode 208

Mark and the guys make a rare trip north to dismantle an enormous, 200-year old barn. This New England Style barn is unlike any one they have ever taken down. The barn is so big it takes extra hands to get the barnwood down, and a crane to lift out the valuable beams.

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1:00
AM
Episode 209

Mark and the guys rebuild a log cabin that has been in the Brown family since 1856. They use original logs from the cabin, old logs from a nearby barn, and new logs from a local saw mill. They team up with a local crew called, 'The Good Ole Boys,' to turn all these logs into a home that will last for generations to come.

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2:00
AM
Episode 210

Mark and the guys save a log cabin from an old Virginia tobacco farm and to turn it into a tasting room for a local distillery. Their client takes the opportunity to go to "Barnwood School." He works alongside Mark and the guys so he can pass these skills on to others.

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3:00
AM
Episode 207

The Barnwood Builders volunteer to help Boy Scout troop 248 build a new lodge out of their old lodge. Mark and the guys have a lot to teach these boys about the pioneer life. And the boys' determination gives the Barnwood Builders something in return; hope for the future.

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4:30
AM
Episode 104

Demolition chews up hours for contractors Jake and Joel Moss, as they excavate tons of buried concrete from a beat up yard. Under the gun and with the help of their crew, these two brothers pull off a backyard makeover with a modern, organic, industrial vibe. The yard includes huge planters made from metal culverts, an eight-foot-tall driftwood wall, seating made from reclaimed materials and a resurfaced concrete patio. Together, these elements create a backyard modern museum that has the homeowners delighted.

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Sunday, Apr 17

On TV

Man Caves

7am | 6c

Man Caves

7:30am | 6:30c

Blog Cabin

8am | 7c

Blog Cabin

8:30am | 7:30c

House Crashers

9:30am | 8:30c

House Crashers

10:30am | 9:30c

House Crashers

11am | 10c

House Crashers

11:30am | 10:30c
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Tiny House, Big Living

8pm | 7c

Love Yurts

10pm | 9c

Love Yurts

10:30pm | 9:30c

Love Yurts

11pm | 10c

Love Yurts

11:30pm | 10:30c

Tiny House, Big Living

12:30am | 11:30c

Love Yurts

1am | 12c

Love Yurts

1:30am | 12:30c

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2am | 1c

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2:30am | 1:30c

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