TV Schedule

Wednesday, Oct 12

7:00
AM
Episode 103

The second story walls are up and Daryl's ready to get the roof on and the windows in. Using some creative carpentry techniques, the new roof will look like it's been settling for two hundred fifty years. He'll also use salvaged chestnut to build the window frames, giving the house a more authentic feel. A trip to a foundry in Pennsylvania to pick out traditionally fashioned sconces and candle stands will help Daryl put the historically accurate finishing touches on the addition to his 1787 farmhouse. Daryl tries his own hand at striking iron.

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7:30
AM
Episode 103

Rev and Justine trick out their master suite and turn it into a modern masterpiece, complete with their own private living room.

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8:00
AM
Episode 203

After a harsh winter ruined the curb appeal at the Simmons' house, Rev and Justine decide to upgrade the roof, fountain and paint color. When Rev decides to take the project over, he and Justine have a major style clash dating back 14 years.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1005

Chris and his team descend on Blog Cabin 2016 to turn an empty side yard into a recreational destination complete with a stilted guest retreat, two-tiered deck with custom lounge chairs and a sand volleyball court.

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9:00
AM
Episode 204

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.

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10:00
AM
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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11:00
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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12:00
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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1:00
PM
Episode 212

Mark and the guys save the logs from a fire-damaged home in West Virginia. Mark promises the family who sold him the cabin that he will honor their history here. He calls it Grandma's Cabin. Once the logs are salvaged, the Barnwood Builders rebuild Grandma's Cabin on the Boneyard for a client in Montana.

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2:00
PM
Episode 313

The guys take down a massive double-pen barn in southern Indiana. While they work to save every log and barn board, Mark visits an incredible lodge built from a different barn they took down in nearby St. Meinrad.

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3:00
PM
Episode 312

In the shadow of the New River Gorge Bridge, the Barnwood Builders work with three centuries of materials and techniques in one project. Using custom 21st century steel brackets and hand-hewn 19th century beams, they create a one-of-a-kind pavilion for the Wild Rock Community Center.

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4:00
PM
Episode 311

The Barnwood Builders are finding creative uses for all of their leftovers! Every time they take a cabin down, they end up with extra inventory. So instead of burning the small beams, they'll use them to build a Parts and Pieces Pavilion to sell their scraps as upcycled products.

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5:00
PM
Episode 310

Mark and the guys use over 100 antique logs from two tobacco barns to build a dramatic entrance for their client's property. The drive-through double corn crib requires a whole lot of teamwork, and involves some of the trickiest notching they've ever done.

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6:00
PM
Episode 309

The team brings an Appalachian-style cabin all the way to western Colorado. At the Canyon of the Ancients Ranch, they explore the stacked stone ruins of the ancestral Puebloans and also leave behind a legacy of their own. Before they leave, they also rebuild the Virginia spring house which will support a living roof.

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7:00
PM
Episode 101

Hampton and his team renovate a mayor's two-story floating cabin on the Ouachita River of Northern Louisiana, bringing it from a rustic guys getaway to a beautiful, floating home the whole family can enjoy.

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7:30
PM
Episode 601

Wes Borland and Carre Callaway explore the run-down Detroit mansion they purchased sight unseen. The amount of work they need to do to this house is overwhelming. They start off their renovations with the master suite, where they turn an adjoining bedroom into a walk-in closet that feels like a 1920s dressing room. The master bathroom is a total gut job but they're able to maintain the art deco style mixed with modern amenities. With windows and doors on every wall in the bedroom, Wes and Carre get creative by building a custom bed that frames one of the windows.

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8:00
PM
Episode 602

The kitchen was originally designed as a place for servants to work and eat, but Wes and Carre remodel it to make it functional for modern-day use. To convert this claustrophobic kitchen, tiles that run from the floor all the way up the walls and across the ceiling are removed and a wall is knocked down to give the area an open floorplan. Wes forges an art deco style light fixture while Carre repurposes cabinetry from other parts of the house and restores a 1920s dumbwaiter. The couple also finds a creative solution to remove old floral wallpaper.

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8:30
PM
Episode 603

There are 3 living areas in the house that need to be more functional, the living room, a sunroom and a library. The living room gets a fresh look while the sunroom becomes an art studio complete with a mobile pallet on casters. Wes uses wooden crates and pallets to create shelving that is truly a piece of art. The library is converted into a speakeasy that is tucked away behind a hidden door disguised as a bookshelf.

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9:00
PM
Episode 604

Two bedrooms and a bathroom originally used to house servants are converted into a cozy guest apartment where visiting family and band members can relax and spend the weekend. Reclaimed wood from a barn in Michigan is repurposed to create a wood accent wall with a built-in desk and shelving. To maximize the amount of guests that can sleep in the bedroom, Wes and Carre build a custom bunk bed with a trundle bed underneath. Repurposing this part of the house proves to be a huge challenge when water damage is discovered both underneath the wood floors inside and the metal flooring on the terrace outside.

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9:30
PM
Episode 605

Wes and Carre want to create a recording studio in their basement that can be used by their band and other visiting bands. To make this space more functional, Wes and Carre build custom shelving to house their guitars and pedals. The original bar in this basement is beyond repair so they build an art deco bar complete with vintage bar stools. Before any construction can take place, they need to find the source of a sewage leak that continues to pour water into the basement.

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10:00
PM
Episode 606

The exterior of Wes and Carre's Detroit mansion has become run-down. In addition to replacing the landscaping and creating planter beds for an herb garden, they build an entertainment area complete with a pergola and a firepit. Carre gets to drive an excavator and the team must carefully bring down a giant dead tree without causing damage to the house or themselves.

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10:30
PM
Episode 702

For Nicole's next project, it's gonna be sink or swim! The indoor pool that Nicole's grandfather built by hand is getting a much-needed refresher. First up, the safety and mechanical systems of the pool need to be overhauled to meet modern standards. The beautiful cedar ceiling and aquamarine walls are original so there is no way Nicole will change those, they just need a good wash and some new paint. In the biggest design challenge of the entire project, Nicole boldly replaces the original doors, which had been ruined with age, with giant glass garage doors to let in light and views of the surrounding countryside.

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11:00
PM
Episode 703

Nicole Curtis tackles the family room of her family's home! Off the pool lies a dated family room, covered in wood paneling and boasting a large mechanical room for the pool equipment. Nicole sees opportunity for a beautiful bathroom, and an updated, retro family room that pays homage to her Grandfather's original plans. It wouldn't be Nicole if some gorgeous wood, and not-so-gorgeous hunting themed paneling, is lovingly re purposed to update the room into a modern yet rustic haven.

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11:30
PM
Episode 704

Nicole Curtis saves the original Mid-Century bathroom in her Grandparents' house in her classic style; by preserving critical elements while updating tired design choices. The original blue tile, hand laid by her Grandfather, is saved, but working with the original tile color poses some challenges for Nicole. Rather than hiding from the blue tile Nicole embraces it wholeheartedly and bases her entire design around it. Finally Nicole removes a tacky 80s seashell vanity and replaces it with a much needed double-sink.

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12:00
AM
Episode 604

Two bedrooms and a bathroom originally used to house servants are converted into a cozy guest apartment where visiting family and band members can relax and spend the weekend. Reclaimed wood from a barn in Michigan is repurposed to create a wood accent wall with a built-in desk and shelving. To maximize the amount of guests that can sleep in the bedroom, Wes and Carre build a custom bunk bed with a trundle bed underneath. Repurposing this part of the house proves to be a huge challenge when water damage is discovered both underneath the wood floors inside and the metal flooring on the terrace outside.

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12:30
AM
Episode 605

Wes and Carre want to create a recording studio in their basement that can be used by their band and other visiting bands. To make this space more functional, Wes and Carre build custom shelving to house their guitars and pedals. The original bar in this basement is beyond repair so they build an art deco bar complete with vintage bar stools. Before any construction can take place, they need to find the source of a sewage leak that continues to pour water into the basement.

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1:00
AM
Episode 606

The exterior of Wes and Carre's Detroit mansion has become run-down. In addition to replacing the landscaping and creating planter beds for an herb garden, they build an entertainment area complete with a pergola and a firepit. Carre gets to drive an excavator and the team must carefully bring down a giant dead tree without causing damage to the house or themselves.

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1:30
AM
Episode 702

For Nicole's next project, it's gonna be sink or swim! The indoor pool that Nicole's grandfather built by hand is getting a much-needed refresher. First up, the safety and mechanical systems of the pool need to be overhauled to meet modern standards. The beautiful cedar ceiling and aquamarine walls are original so there is no way Nicole will change those, they just need a good wash and some new paint. In the biggest design challenge of the entire project, Nicole boldly replaces the original doors, which had been ruined with age, with giant glass garage doors to let in light and views of the surrounding countryside.

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2:00
AM
Episode 703

Nicole Curtis tackles the family room of her family's home! Off the pool lies a dated family room, covered in wood paneling and boasting a large mechanical room for the pool equipment. Nicole sees opportunity for a beautiful bathroom, and an updated, retro family room that pays homage to her Grandfather's original plans. It wouldn't be Nicole if some gorgeous wood, and not-so-gorgeous hunting themed paneling, is lovingly re purposed to update the room into a modern yet rustic haven.

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2:30
AM
Episode 704

Nicole Curtis saves the original Mid-Century bathroom in her Grandparents' house in her classic style; by preserving critical elements while updating tired design choices. The original blue tile, hand laid by her Grandfather, is saved, but working with the original tile color poses some challenges for Nicole. Rather than hiding from the blue tile Nicole embraces it wholeheartedly and bases her entire design around it. Finally Nicole removes a tacky 80s seashell vanity and replaces it with a much needed double-sink.

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3:00
AM
Episode 602

The kitchen was originally designed as a place for servants to work and eat, but Wes and Carre remodel it to make it functional for modern-day use. To convert this claustrophobic kitchen, tiles that run from the floor all the way up the walls and across the ceiling are removed and a wall is knocked down to give the area an open floorplan. Wes forges an art deco style light fixture while Carre repurposes cabinetry from other parts of the house and restores a 1920s dumbwaiter. The couple also finds a creative solution to remove old floral wallpaper.

More About This Episode
3:30
AM
Episode 603

There are 3 living areas in the house that need to be more functional, the living room, a sunroom and a library. The living room gets a fresh look while the sunroom becomes an art studio complete with a mobile pallet on casters. Wes uses wooden crates and pallets to create shelving that is truly a piece of art. The library is converted into a speakeasy that is tucked away behind a hidden door disguised as a bookshelf.

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4:30
AM
Episode 112

After years of planning, but slow progress, Tommy and the LogHeads step up to finish Jeff's cabin project. The crew goes all out to surprise Jeff and his family by creating one-of-a-kind log furniture pieces, and other custom items.

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