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Wednesday, Jun 29

7:00
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Episode 201

By taking the classic craftsman feel from inside the house and bringing it into the yard, Jake and Joel turn this tiny, rundown yard into an expansive and relaxing space for the whole family. Anchored in the center of the yard by a rustic water feature made from railroad ties, the yard features a custom bar faced with period specific wainscoting, a deck made from composite materials and one of a kind privacy wall inspired by the homeowners wedding picture.

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7:30
AM
Episode 301

Jake and Joel create a one of a kind outdoor living area in an eclectic nod to the homeowner's love of art and style. A truly unique privacy wall made from vintage doors anchors the yard, connecting to the dining area with a custom Murphy bed table that folds down to reveal a hand painted Japanese art piece. A raised fireplace, cooking station faced in reclaimed wood and lush landscaping round out this stunning space.

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8:00
AM
Episode 401

Jake and Joel Moss take backyard gardening to a new level in this farm to table inspired backyard. A beefy pergola with a garden roof looks down on a massive outdoor kitchen complete with butcher- block countertops and a gourmet BBQ. Vertical planters made from recycled pallets explode with fresh herbs that provide the perfect compliment to this cooks' paradise. A custom dining table made from reclaimed wood looks out on a sea of raised industrial planter beds housing everything from insect repelling flowers to fresh fruits and vegetables to create a truly sustainable living space.

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8:30
AM
Episode 106

It's a sprint to the finish as Bob gets the cabin completed before his first paying customers arrive. Furniture and other items are installed at the last moment. He works 16-hour days, goes over budget, but ends up with the cabin of his dreams.

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9:00
AM
Episode 202

As the summer season starts to thaw out in Alaska, the builders get underway. But their pre-planning doesn't make perfect. The Alaskan elements are stubborn at all three build sites, but a little ingenuity goes a long way.

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10:00
AM
Episode 203

The three builders each face their own forms of adversity. Lee Raymond is struggling to get back on track after losing a month to bad weather and an impassable semi-frozen Quiet Lake. At the Matanuska Glacier, Chuck Gerwig has had perfect weather, but most of his labor is due to leave once fishing season starts in less than a month. And Jim Wagner has finished, numbered, and taken down his cabin in Gustavus, but now begins the arduous 500 mile transport to Chicken that will include two ferry rides, 2 border crossings and hopefully enough supplies to finish the re-build before winter sets in.

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11:00
AM
Episode 204

While its full-steam ahead for Lee Raymond as he finally gets some much welcomed sun, Jim Wagner and his family begin the long process of starting over; building roads, leveling ground and ultimately trying to get their cabin in Chicken back up. Amidst all the fervor of the other two builds, Chuck Gerwig's site is oddly quiet. Disaster has struck. His righthand man, Ryan Beachy, has been tragically killed in a motorcycle accident. Now his build is suspended and a decision needs to be made, to continue or not.

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12:00
PM
Episode 205

After battling the tragedy of the loss of his righthand man, Ryan Beachy, Chuck Gerwig is back in the saddle and ready to finish the job that he and Ryan started months earlier. 312 miles northeast in Chicken, Alaska, Jim Wagner and crew are at a near standstill due to a nonstop rain that has turned their man-made road into an impassible swamp. And with a concrete truck due any minute, will they be able to get it fixed before they risk losing any hope of getting the foundation poured? Finally, Lee Raymond has been fighting the same weather since he started and he's still behind. Now he's losing his number one crew to college, so his final push will have to be with a brand new crew that can afford no errors.

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1:00
PM
Episode 206

Winter is fast approaching and now all three of the builders are finding themselves with less help to finish the massive tasks at hand. In Chicken, Jim Wagner's build now relies heavily on his son Aaron. And as Aaron pushes Jim toward the finish line, both food and building supplies are running low. Chuck Gerwig has lost his remaining crew to college in Texas, so that leaves 17-year old daughter Tiffany and 10-year old son Zac to pull up the slack of finishing his 3000 square foot home. And Lee Raymond just cannot catch a break. The torrential rains have made it impossible to get ahead and now he's had to enlist a brand new crew to take over for his college workers, one of whom is his son Aaron. As the days to the end game get shorter, so do Lee's and Aaron's tempers.

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2:00
PM
Episode 207

As the days get shorter and colder, and snow is visible on the highest peaks, the builders frantically race to get their homes sealed in. Chuck Gerwig suffered a huge blow earlier in the summer with the loss of his righthand man, and now his ten hour days are up to twelve and its starting to show. Barely keeping in front of his subcontractors, one small mistake could mean not finishing. In Chicken, Jim Wagner's organizational luck has just run out. His flooring is four bundles short. So, with everything shutting down for the winter in a week, he's got to decide whether or not to make the half day journey to the lumberyard, which is no guarantee, or finish the roof before snow flies. Finally, at remote Quiet Lake, Lee Raymond's son "high speed, no grease" Aaron, is scrambling to get the roofing on before the snow. But the constant rain mixed with Aaron's speed has created a very slick situation and Aaron just can't hold on.

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3:00
PM
Episode 208

Winter has arrived and the race is over. It's time for each of our builders to come to terms with their end games as they pack up and head home for the season. To say this year has been a challenge would be an understatement. From lakes, to glaciers, to areas savaged by fire, nothing was immune from Alaska's hostile nature. Whether that came in the form of brutal weather, extreme fatigue, or even death, it had to be endured and overcome. And although the men, their homes and the sites were vastly different, they all can lay claim to the same victory in surviving Alaska's wrath. Now is the time to shutter in, rest, and take stock in what matters for in just a few short months the season will change again and usher in a new chapter of Building Alaska.

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4:00
PM
Episode 101

After years spent traveling and working around the globe, Jon and Etta Smith are settling down with their 18-month-old daughter, Syndi. In one of the most remote corners of northwestern Montana, they are building a home and bison ranch off the grid. While neighbors are few and far between, Jon and Etta's new house will have no shortage of visitors, from mountain lions, to badgers, to wolves. With the harsh Montana winter right around the corner, these first-time home builders are in a race against time to finish their dream home sooner, rather than later.

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4:30
PM
Episode 102

Jon and Etta Smith's build is under way, and they're working to balance ranch and build duties. After a slow start waiting for pre-fabricated wall panels, Jon and Etta finally have what they need to kick this build into high gear. In Montana's northwest, they have little time to waste, winter is severe, and it's coming fast. So Jon and Etta are working hard to get their house dried in as soon as possible. Will wrong measurements derail their plans?

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5:00
PM
Episode 103

Jon and Etta are in a race against time on their Montana house build. But it's not just the house that has them working around the clock, they're also building a bison ranch from the ground up. They finally get to bring their new bison home to their ranch, but not without a treacherous drive standing in their way. Between ranch chores and waiting for delivery of materials, Jon and Etta take advantage of their acres of land to source their own build materials. Taking a cue from Montana's early settlers, they're using natural and reclaimed materials to add history and Montana charm to their new home.

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5:30
PM
Episode 104

In the foothills of the Mission Mountains in Western Central Montana, Jon and Etta Smith have built their off the grid house from the foundation up to the roof, but this late into the winter, forces them to deal with bitter cold and high winds every day. They're anxious to get started on the new well, but once again, 'Montana time' has set them back, and they're stuck waiting for the well drillers. In the meantime, they still need to work on the windmill, which will eventually pump their well, and take care of their new investment, the bison.

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6:00
PM
Episode 105

For better or for worse, winter has taken a firm hold in Montana, which makes for less than ideal working conditions on Jon and Etta's off the grid house and ranch. In a mad dash to finish the exterior of their house before yet another big Montana storm hits, interior work has been put on hold. With cold temperatures and little daylight to work with, every baby step they make is a victory in its own right.

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6:30
PM
Episode 106

After construction delays pushed construction into the dead of winter, Jon and Etta Smith are finally nearing the end of their house and bison ranch build. Now, the finishing touches are falling into place, including the custom stone fireplace, solar panels and furniture. After all the delays and hard work, Jon and Etta will finally get to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

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7:00
PM
Episode 109

Carpenter Jeff Devlin meets up with John and Tina, who own a converted 1740s barn in West Chester, Pennsylvania. John and Tina need help with their awkward master bedroom and bath, which were part of the barn's conversion to a home in the 1940s. Jeff and his team peel back the layers to expose some of the original 1700s structure and bring in reclaimed materials to create a rustic, yet elegant, master suite.

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7:30
PM
Episode 110

Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by Brandon, the owner of an 1817 stone house in New Britain, Pennsylvania. Brandon's kitchen was converted from a side porch in the 1970s, but the layout is strange and the materials don't match the style of the rest of the home. Jeff and his team reconfigure the space to create a more cohesive kitchen area, a new butler's pantry and a Colonial-style pantry.

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8:00
PM
Episode 111

Carpenter Jeff Devlin takes on a kitchen and living area in a rundown 1717 farmhouse. The original hardwood floors are a mess, the foyer and living room are drab and the kitchen addition doesn't match the character of the original house. Jeff and his team bring light to the front room by exposing a hidden transom window, and he scavenges their old barn for reclaimed items to create a farmhouse feel in the kitchen.

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8:30
PM
Episode 112

Angie and Tom recruit Jeff and his team to turn their crumbling 1710 root cellar into a welcoming wine cellar. They also want him to tackle their dated living room and give it some much-needed historic character. Jeff knocks down a wall in the cellar and rebuilds it, using as much of the original stone as possible. He then tackles the living room, and commissions a huge mural to bring historic style to the space.

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9:00
PM
Episode 113

Jeff is recruited by friends Scott and Melanie to renovate the 1980s kitchen addition on their 1859 farmhouse. The previous owner did his best to preserve some 19th century style, but the layout doesn't work and the features are dated. Jeff and his team enhance the room's character with open shelving, a Victorian-style mudroom and built-in seating.

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9:30
PM
Episode 114

Carpenter Jeff Devlin and his team take on one of their most challenging projects, a dilapidated 1717 spring house. Homeowners Barbara and Joseph want to turn the spring house into a guest house with a writing space for author Barbara. The spring house was originally used to store fresh food, but hasn't been used since the early 1900s. Jeff and his team restore the original stone, sandblast years of paint off the rafters and convert the attic into an airy sleeping loft.

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10:00
PM
Episode 102

Carpenter Jeff Devlin restores a master bedroom and library for Brian and Jennifer, who own an amazing stone home in Bucks County, PA. The original home dates back to 1700, and the house was added on to in 1775 and 1930. The two rooms sit in the additions of the home, and lack some of the historic character of the oldest part of the house. Jeff works to uncover the bones of the rooms and brings in added historic details to make each space feel like they belong in the house. Along the way he attempts to find a hidden fireplace, patches up an old staircase and sources unique handmade tile local to Bucks County.

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10:30
PM
Episode 103

Carpenter Jeff Devlin restores a kitchen and living room in a 1760 farmhouse for Tracey and Scott, who now use it as a guest house. The house was the original structure on their farm, which now contains a newer main house and several out buildi. Jeff restores both spaces, bringing in a simple Shaker design to the kitchen and a rustic lodge feeling to the living room. He even searches their property for a beam to use for the mantel, and makes friends with a few farm animals along the way.

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11:00
PM
Episode 104

Carpenter Jeff Devlin heads to Aston, PA to restore the basement of one of the oldest houses in the area, a 1684 home owned by Janet and Scott. They want to use the space for entertaining, so Jeff creates two bar areas, a sitting area, and restores an adjacent space to ma a functional mudroom and entry way. He runs into issues exposing the original timber ceiling, and launches a hunt in their old barn to find a door to repurpose for the mudroom.

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11:30
PM
Episode 105

Carpenter Jeff Devlin meets up with Chris and Catherine, who own an amazing stone home built in 1760. The original home is flanked by two additions, one of which is an 1800s Center Colonial farmhouse, which is a style of house that features two identical spaces meant for entertaining. They ask Jeff to turn one space into a classic parlor with a bar area, and the other into a billiards room. They build an amazing bar with a mahogany top, restore an original mantel piece and Jeff works with a local blacksmith to create a custom light fixture to go over the pool table.

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12:00
AM
Episode 113

Jeff is recruited by friends Scott and Melanie to renovate the 1980s kitchen addition on their 1859 farmhouse. The previous owner did his best to preserve some 19th century style, but the layout doesn't work and the features are dated. Jeff and his team enhance the room's character with open shelving, a Victorian-style mudroom and built-in seating.

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12:30
AM
Episode 114

Carpenter Jeff Devlin and his team take on one of their most challenging projects, a dilapidated 1717 spring house. Homeowners Barbara and Joseph want to turn the spring house into a guest house with a writing space for author Barbara. The spring house was originally used to store fresh food, but hasn't been used since the early 1900s. Jeff and his team restore the original stone, sandblast years of paint off the rafters and convert the attic into an airy sleeping loft.

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1:00
AM
Episode 102

Carpenter Jeff Devlin restores a master bedroom and library for Brian and Jennifer, who own an amazing stone home in Bucks County, PA. The original home dates back to 1700, and the house was added on to in 1775 and 1930. The two rooms sit in the additions of the home, and lack some of the historic character of the oldest part of the house. Jeff works to uncover the bones of the rooms and brings in added historic details to make each space feel like they belong in the house. Along the way he attempts to find a hidden fireplace, patches up an old staircase and sources unique handmade tile local to Bucks County.

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1:30
AM
Episode 103

Carpenter Jeff Devlin restores a kitchen and living room in a 1760 farmhouse for Tracey and Scott, who now use it as a guest house. The house was the original structure on their farm, which now contains a newer main house and several out buildi. Jeff restores both spaces, bringing in a simple Shaker design to the kitchen and a rustic lodge feeling to the living room. He even searches their property for a beam to use for the mantel, and makes friends with a few farm animals along the way.

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2:00
AM
Episode 104

Carpenter Jeff Devlin heads to Aston, PA to restore the basement of one of the oldest houses in the area, a 1684 home owned by Janet and Scott. They want to use the space for entertaining, so Jeff creates two bar areas, a sitting area, and restores an adjacent space to ma a functional mudroom and entry way. He runs into issues exposing the original timber ceiling, and launches a hunt in their old barn to find a door to repurpose for the mudroom.

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2:30
AM
Episode 105

Carpenter Jeff Devlin meets up with Chris and Catherine, who own an amazing stone home built in 1760. The original home is flanked by two additions, one of which is an 1800s Center Colonial farmhouse, which is a style of house that features two identical spaces meant for entertaining. They ask Jeff to turn one space into a classic parlor with a bar area, and the other into a billiards room. They build an amazing bar with a mahogany top, restore an original mantel piece and Jeff works with a local blacksmith to create a custom light fixture to go over the pool table.

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3:00
AM
Episode 111

Carpenter Jeff Devlin takes on a kitchen and living area in a rundown 1717 farmhouse. The original hardwood floors are a mess, the foyer and living room are drab and the kitchen addition doesn't match the character of the original house. Jeff and his team bring light to the front room by exposing a hidden transom window, and he scavenges their old barn for reclaimed items to create a farmhouse feel in the kitchen.

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3:30
AM
Episode 112

Angie and Tom recruit Jeff and his team to turn their crumbling 1710 root cellar into a welcoming wine cellar. They also want him to tackle their dated living room and give it some much-needed historic character. Jeff knocks down a wall in the cellar and rebuilds it, using as much of the original stone as possible. He then tackles the living room, and commissions a huge mural to bring historic style to the space.

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4:30
AM
Episode 1303

Billy Osborn is a single father with two young boys who are always on the move. When Billy isn't working or commuting 4 hours a day for work, he is coaching one of the many teams his sons are involved with. Whenever Billy gets a second to himself, he has nowhere to go to escape from his everyday life so Jason and Tony are coming in and they are bringing the whole crew along. Since Billy loves the Jersey shore and the town he grew up in, he wants us to make him a Man Cave that will bring him back to those crazy Wildwood Nights with a new bar, a giant projector screen tv and one of the coolest fish tanks yet. This Man Cave will make Billy feel like he is at an upscale resort in his favorite Jersey Shore Town.

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