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Thursday, Sep 1

7:00
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Episode 210

In this episode Bronson tries to tame the scraggly patch of grass and shrubs next to his house that passes for a garden. But in Bronson's world gardening involves less planting and more building. Using beautiful garden antiques and architectural salvage Bronson sets out to build the most eye popping you've ever seen.

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7:30
AM
Episode 210

Having gained access to a local foundry that is liquidating some of its out-of-date stock, Don puts himself on a strict $10,000 maximum budget for the pick. But he's soon regretting his decision as the massive facility is packed with vintage carts, wheelbarrows and foundry molds for as far as the eye can see. Joe takes a liking to one of the metal carts and decides to reinvent it as an industrial chair. Don does not share his vision but Joe takes it down to the shop to have it ripped apart and put back together. Meanwhile, Rex brings in an old friend who is shopping for a custom desk. Taking cues from the exposed wood ceiling beams in the client's office building, Don proposes constructing a desk that looks like a stack of wood on a pallet. The client is hesitant at first, but decides to trust Don and hires West End on to create the one-of-a kind item.

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8:00
AM
Episode 410F

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?

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

The Black Dog Salvage crew saves pieces of a house in Mt. Jackson, VA. Their main focus is on the clay-fired roof and on the oversized cornice brackets. Back in the woodshop, Mike makes a bench from an old dresser.

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9:00
AM
Episode 302

Hosts Mike & Robert salvage a house previously damaged by a tornado near Abingdon, VA. Key items include floors, doors, and a complete staircase. While at the warehouse, Mike makes a commissioned desk for a child from a balance beam.

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9:30
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Episode 303

Mike, Robert, & the team salvage a movie theater in Sevierville, TN. Key items include analog projectors, movie screens, and neon letters. Mike also builds a commissioned table from a window frame.

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10:00
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Episode 304

The Black Dog crew salvages St. Mary's Church rectory in Chillicothe, OH. Key items include cast-iron mantles, a large built-in cabinet, and a stained-glass front doorway. Back at the shop, Tay and his dad work together to make a truck from a Volkswagen bus.

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10:30
AM
Episode 305

Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog crew salvage an early 1800s farmhouse in Mt. Jackson, VA. Key items include pocket doors, a primitive armoire, and heart pine flooring. Grayson brings a new idea to Mike to make a bench from three chairs.

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11:00
AM
Episode 306

Mike and the team salvage large industrial doors from the old Nehi Bottling Plant in Covington, VA. Back at the shop, Robert and Tay work on a gate made from a bicycle. The guys also pick through a collection brought in by a local vendor.

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11:30
AM
Episode 307

The Salvage Dawgs team returns to a previously salvaged house to save its original log structure. Mike and Tay also learn how that wood is milled for a custom building project. Mike uses that same wood to build an end table for the property owner.

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12:00
PM
Episode 308

Mike & Robert remove a two-piece staircase from a farmhouse in Marion, VA. The guys also pick through a train yard. Back at the shop, Mike builds a bar from panel doors as a surprise for a customer's husband.

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12:30
PM
Episode 309

The Black Dog Salvage team saves parts of an old Victorian-style farmhouse in Laurel Forks, VA. Mike & Robert also learn how to hand throw bricks at the local Old Virginia Brick Company. At the shop, Tay transforms a busted up VW bus into a flatbed truck.

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1:00
PM
Episode 310

The Black Dog Salvage team saves architectural elements at Roanoke College in Salem, VA. Key items include railings, brick pavers, gothic lighting, and a safe from the 1940s. Back at the warehouse, Mike and Courtney repurpose a mantle into a hanging wall piece.

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1:30
PM
Episode 311

The Salvage Dawgs crew saves parts of a farmhouse in South Boston, VA. Key items include chairs, milk-painted paneling, and an arched window. Mike and Robert also get to pick through some of the owner's personal collections. Back at the warehouse, Robert repurposes a previously salvaged porch roof into an outdoor kitchen.

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2:00
PM
Episode 312

Mike, Robert, and the crew salvage an old iron ore mine that was converted into a cannery in the 1930s. Main items include a curved I-beam, oversized pressure-cookers, and a canning carousel. Back at the shop, Mike builds a custom bar from an old Cissell steam press table.

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2:30
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Episode 313

The Dawgs help save copper elements from the St. Andrews Catholic Church spires in Roanoke, VA. The guys also bring in an expert to learn more about a large lithograph from a previous salvage. At the warehouse, Mike's daughter Grace shows off her skills by building a bookshelf from a panel door and old tin.

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3:00
PM
Episode 413

Mike, Robert, & the rest of the team salvage a cast iron storefront in Vicksburg, MS. Mike & Tay also work together to build a custom table for country music duo Thompson Square. While delivering the table, the Dawgs get to enjoy a special performance.

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3:30
PM
Episode 412

The Salvage Dawgs travel to Decatur, GA, to salvage the Scott Boulevard Baptist Church. Key items include arched doorways, large stained glass windows, and a reredos. Back at the shop, Mike and Tay build an iron console.

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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
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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
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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
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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 101

Engaged couple Lauren and Kalani leave their families' 4,000 square foot home to relocate to Seattle in a tiny home. Tyson and Michelle build them the house of their dreams featuring a large gourmet Kitchen and private music room. Tyson comes up with a clever way to hide a large screen TV and the design team picks out locally made light fixtures.

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7:30
PM
Episode 102

Married couple Sean and Tara plan to work less and live more by moving in to a 140 square foot tiny home with a rustic, lived-in, cabin look. The build team gets to work on a design that includes a custom bay window and window seat, built in bookshelves under the stairs and a guest bedroom loft. The design team searches for the perfect multi purpose table.

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8:00
PM
Episode 105

Kate, Abraham and their three children are downsizing from their 5,000 square foot home in the suburbs into a 250 square foot tiny home to live their dream of traveling the country together. Tyson and Michelle come up with a modern design that features three separate bedrooms, a bathroom with a soaking tub and an indoor and outdoor family gathering space.

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8:30
PM
Episode 107

Portland couple, Ben and Callie, dream of owning a sleek and sophisticated tiny home that allows them the freedom and easy mobility to get up and go if they choose. Tiny Heirloom brings their dreams to life in 200 sq ft tiny home, with heated hardwood flooring, a living plant wall, bathroom skylights to the stars and their most ambitious project to date: a multi-functional platform that will include living, sleeping, and dining quarters.

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9:00
PM
Episode 114

Mississippi engaged couple, Breck and Kelsey, don't want to sacrifice their passions while going tiny. They turn to Tiny Heirloom to make their dreams come true with a place to call their own, complete with a rock climbing wall and an office loft. Michelle and the girls work their magic, fusing together both of Breck and Kelsey's industrial and bohemian-chic styles into the home, while Tyson and the boys do some heavy lifting putting up the exterior rock climbing wall and a garage door wall for the home.

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9:30
PM
Episode 117

Mario, Autumn and their four children give Tiny Heirloom a big challenge for their dream vacation tiny home. With just 220-square-feet of living space, this family needs to have enough room to sleep all six, while still having a place for luxury items such as a decorative fireplace and large bathroom with two sinks. Tyson and the guys maximize space with two sleeping lofts and a downstairs bedroom with bunk beds, while Michelle and the design team bring Mario and Autumn's rustic and log cabin tastes to life.

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10:00
PM
Episode 103

Tyson and Michelle are tasked with building a tiny home for newly engaged Indianapolis couple Chris and Sarah with a Victorian design, inspired by Sarah's childhood home. The build crew gets to work, maximizing floor space for the couple and their three pets. Tyson and Michelle track down an antique claw foot tub and repurpose an antique trunk.

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10:30
PM
Episode 109

Tiny Heirloom is tasked with building their smallest and ultra-lightweight tiny home to date, but that doesn't stop them from packing the home with as many luxuries as possible. Chicago artists Barnaby and Margaret look to move in together in the 100-square-foot home and travel around the West Coast. The build team maximizes space while the design team brings the couple's rustic and modern vision to life.

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11:00
PM
Episode 110

David and Jennifer have never lived in a home of their own before. With David's career in the military, he and his family need to remain mobile, but they are ready to relax inside a more luxurious 200-square-foot space. Tyson and the guys build them their very own tiny home with three separate bedrooms filled with retro and earthy pieces picked by designer Michelle and the girls.

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11:30
PM
Episode 104

Erik and his wife Amie love to travel and plan to save money by moving in to a tiny home. They turn to Tyson and Michelle to design the modern masterpiece Erik desires with the peaceful, Zen inspired space Amie craves. The team designs them a spa like bathroom, modern kitchen and exterior featuring a roof top deck.

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12:00
AM
Episode 114

Mississippi engaged couple, Breck and Kelsey, don't want to sacrifice their passions while going tiny. They turn to Tiny Heirloom to make their dreams come true with a place to call their own, complete with a rock climbing wall and an office loft. Michelle and the girls work their magic, fusing together both of Breck and Kelsey's industrial and bohemian-chic styles into the home, while Tyson and the boys do some heavy lifting putting up the exterior rock climbing wall and a garage door wall for the home.

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12:30
AM
Episode 117

Mario, Autumn and their four children give Tiny Heirloom a big challenge for their dream vacation tiny home. With just 220-square-feet of living space, this family needs to have enough room to sleep all six, while still having a place for luxury items such as a decorative fireplace and large bathroom with two sinks. Tyson and the guys maximize space with two sleeping lofts and a downstairs bedroom with bunk beds, while Michelle and the design team bring Mario and Autumn's rustic and log cabin tastes to life.

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1:00
AM
Episode 103

Tyson and Michelle are tasked with building a tiny home for newly engaged Indianapolis couple Chris and Sarah with a Victorian design, inspired by Sarah's childhood home. The build crew gets to work, maximizing floor space for the couple and their three pets. Tyson and Michelle track down an antique claw foot tub and repurpose an antique trunk.

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1:30
AM
Episode 109

Tiny Heirloom is tasked with building their smallest and ultra-lightweight tiny home to date, but that doesn't stop them from packing the home with as many luxuries as possible. Chicago artists Barnaby and Margaret look to move in together in the 100-square-foot home and travel around the West Coast. The build team maximizes space while the design team brings the couple's rustic and modern vision to life.

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2:00
AM
Episode 110

David and Jennifer have never lived in a home of their own before. With David's career in the military, he and his family need to remain mobile, but they are ready to relax inside a more luxurious 200-square-foot space. Tyson and the guys build them their very own tiny home with three separate bedrooms filled with retro and earthy pieces picked by designer Michelle and the girls.

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2:30
AM
Episode 104

Erik and his wife Amie love to travel and plan to save money by moving in to a tiny home. They turn to Tyson and Michelle to design the modern masterpiece Erik desires with the peaceful, Zen inspired space Amie craves. The team designs them a spa like bathroom, modern kitchen and exterior featuring a roof top deck.

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3:00
AM
Episode 105

Kate, Abraham and their three children are downsizing from their 5,000 square foot home in the suburbs into a 250 square foot tiny home to live their dream of traveling the country together. Tyson and Michelle come up with a modern design that features three separate bedrooms, a bathroom with a soaking tub and an indoor and outdoor family gathering space.

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3:30
AM
Episode 107

Portland couple, Ben and Callie, dream of owning a sleek and sophisticated tiny home that allows them the freedom and easy mobility to get up and go if they choose. Tiny Heirloom brings their dreams to life in 200 sq ft tiny home, with heated hardwood flooring, a living plant wall, bathroom skylights to the stars and their most ambitious project to date: a multi-functional platform that will include living, sleeping, and dining quarters.

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4:30
AM
Episode 611

Nicola and Brad stumbled upon their charming 1940s Cape Cod while walking through their neighborhood. An open house was in process, they stopped in, fell in love with the spacious house and the rest is history. However, the larger space came with an ugly 1980s kitchen and 8 years later, they've still not made any improvements on it, and even worse, a broken toilet on the second floor left the ceiling in shambles. Licensed contractor James Young is here to help them fix all their problems. The plan includes converting a pantry into a mini-mudroom to alleviate clutter, adding all new cabinets in two colors, installing a fun backsplash made out of stained glass, and adding a built-in seating area in the adjacent dining room.

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