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Tuesday, Oct 31

7:00
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Episode 206

Rev and Justine are back in the basement, creating his and hers personal spaces. Rev is in his recording studio giving it a proper 2015 makeover, while Justine is turning a cluttered storage room into a salon.

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7:30
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Episode 408

Garage Brothers becomes Shed Brothers when Kraig and his team tackle an antique shop owner's packed storage shed. Some antiques sell for big bucks, but there are plenty more items stashed away. This small storage space is packed with potential, including Dale Earnhardt NASCAR memorabilia.

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8:00
AM
Episode 206

Homeowners Rich and April Robles smash their cramped galley kitchen and their underused basement storage area so that Jason Cameron will build them a new kitchen, dining area, family room and office. Jason creates a recycled wood backsplash, brings in glossy cabinets and a huge island with an interesting color change. Plus, Jason turns the old basement area into a new home office with a custom cork board wall and recycled office furniture to turn the room into a space that Rich calls his Nerd Hole.

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8:30
AM
Episode 213

Paul and Heather Frietch have their hands full with four girls under the age of 10, but they want to add some organization to their busy, chaotic lives with a new drop zone. Jason Cameron gives them sledgehammers and 30 minutes to get the job done. They manage to smash the laundry room and guest bathroom, but they come up short when it comes to the kitchen. Jason promises to remodel the laundry area into the ultimate drop zone with a huge pantry, cubbies for the girls, built-in laundry baskets and a message command center. It's a space that will help this family get organized and out the door.

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9:00
AM
Episode 401F

Mt Airy was passed down to Catherine and Tayloe Emery, who are fixing it up so they can one day pass it on to their children and grandchildren. They are starting with the kitchen, which has an unusual narrow curved design. It's layout is impractical and it's style is outdated, so they enlist the family to help make it a modern kitchen with a vintage feel.

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9:30
AM
Episode 402F

The main house at Mt Airy is very formal and not really suited for a family with young kids like the Emerys. Catherine and Tayloe take on the challenge of converting an extra bedroom into a casual family room where they can kick back and relax. But just as they are wrapping up the project, they realize they have made a very costly mistake.

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10:00
AM
Episode 403F

The grounds of Mount Airy are massive, but Catherine and Tayloe don't really have a designated place to entertain outside. They want to create an outdoor cooking and dining area complete with a fire pit. Before they start digging in the yard, they must pass inspection from an archeological team. If any significant historic elements are found in the soil, the entire project will be shut down.

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10:30
AM
Episode 404F

The smokehouse is an outbuilding constructed in 1761 that was used to preserve meat. Catherine and Tayloe want to convert this dilapidated space into a speakeasy style bar they can use for their wedding business and for entertaining family and friends. Everything needs work in this building, from the deteriorating wood walls to the floor made up of uneven crumbling stones that are dangerous to walk on. With all of the work and expenses involved, they have to get creative and repurpose items they already have, including wood from another building that is on the verge of falling down.

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11:00
AM
Episode 405F

When Catherine and Tayloe moved into Mt Airy, all of their furnishings went into storage and they lived with Tayloe's grandparents' furniture and decor. It's time for the master bedroom and bathroom to finally feel like their own space, a place to unwind at the end of a long day. They're tearing out most of the bathroom including replacing a makeshift attic ladder attached by a wire hanger.

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11:30
AM
Episode 406F

The counting house is an outbuilding that is rich in history but has become a dumping ground for Tayloe's tools and outdoor gear. Tayloe wants to fulfill his grandfather's vision of converting this building into the ultimate man cave complete with a seating and storage area and a functioning workshop. This seemingly simple project turns out to be more than they bargained for when their lime-based paint looks splotchy, a storage rack that takes all day to build doesn't fit into the space and Tayloe takes a nasty fall from a ladder.

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12:00
PM
Episode 407F

The lower level of the west wing has warped floors and crumbling brick walls and needs major restoration. The Emerys will turn this wasted space into a multi-functional mud room where they can wash up after a long day on the farm, do laundry, house their six dogs, store the kids sports equipment and even squeeze in a bathroom. It feels like they are starting from scratch with this renovation because this building doesn't even have plumbing yet!

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12:30
PM
Episode 408F

The west wing was originally used as servant's quarters, but in the last century it became a storage space where family heirlooms piled up. Between their large family and the hunting and wedding parties they host at Mt Airy, Catherine and Tayloe are often housing guests in the main house, which is not always convenient. They want to turn two unused west wing rooms into a guest bedroom and bathroom that can house multiple guests. A trip to another family property also built in the 1700s provides inspiration for designs and also serves as a harsh reminder that Mt Airy could literally crumble if they don't restore it quickly.

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1:00
PM
Episode 409F

On the main level of the west wing is the original laundry room where clothes were washed by hand. Despite its lack of flooring and crumbling walls, Catherine and Tayloe want to turn this space into a lounge for their guests. This is a massive undertaking with a lot of intricate details like a suspended wood ceiling, opening up a brick wall to reveal the original archway, repurposing and old church pew and a very delicate piece of stained glass, and incorporating the Tayloe family crest. They even use a piece of an old Mt Airy tree to create a table.

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1:30
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Episode 410F

Catherine and Tayloe want to turn the original kitchen in the west wing into a chef's kitchen for when they host large parties. The old fireplace in this room was used to cook in, but over the last two centuries it went unused and quickly deteriorated. Not only do they need to rebuild this fireplace brick by brick, but they also need to blend historic aspects with modern day kitchen features like a rolling island and a pot rack that works on pulleys.

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2:00
PM
Episode 101

When a family's inherited 60-year-old lakeside cabin needs updating and more room for gatherings, brothers Chase and Brock Jurgensen blow out the back wall to take over the huge porch. Now bright with a cozy wraparound view of the lake, the rustic-modern interior features a breakfast bar and touches of branches, barnwood and cables, while outside is a new pergola and handmade barnwood table for fair weather meals.

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2:30
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Episode 103

Chase and Brock use salvaged items and reclaimed materials to create bright, fully functional guest quarters in the dark and unsafe storage space of an original World War II Quonset hut. The sleeping area features custom beds and the kitchen is built out with handmade butcher block countertops.

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3:00
PM
Episode 105

Brock and Chase update a fourth-generation family cabin on Lake Charlotte, Minnesota. They give one room a bigger feel with new paint and a custom barnwood-framed window, and a breakfast nook adds a great space for family gatherings.

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3:30
PM
Episode 107

Brock and Chase gut a lakeside retro guesthouse and give it a floor-to-ceiling rustic overhaul. They replace laminate flooring with wood, make a custom live-edge kitchen island the centerpiece and add a hand-milled timber door frame to accent the main room.

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4:00
PM
Episode 109

Brock and Chase are giving a lake house much-needed updates starting with getting rid of the rubber flooring, carpet and dated accordion door. Then, Brock creates one-of-a-kind barnwood wall art and sliding barnwood doors to add bright and modern home rustic charm.

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4:30
PM
Episode 102

Chase and Brock transform an uninviting, rarely used porch into a warm and rustic family gathering space by adding reclaimed barnwood to the ceiling, rough-sawn hardwood flooring and a huge sliding door looking toward the lake.

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5:00
PM
Episode 104

Chase and Brock transform a dark 1950s cabin to give a family the entertaining space they've always wanted. They remove paneling and knock down walls to create an open kitchen for the living area, dining room and lakefront patio. Then, they replace old carpet with new flooring that's perfect for going barefoot.

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5:30
PM
Episode 106

Brock and Chase tackle an old river cabin and transform the living space with timber beams, wood floors and a custom entertainment center. Then, a wood slat wall defines the space and is accented by a custom black walnut kitchen island with hand-wrought metal legs.

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6:00
PM
Episode 108

Chase and Brock transform a lackluster 1990s-looking family cabin by giving it a beautiful open floor plan. The living room, dining area and kitchen come alive when the brothers add a large center island with handmade wood stools and ceiling beams designed to look like original timber framing.

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6:30
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Episode 110

Brock and Chase tackle a lake house and turn it into a midcentury modern oasis by giving the existing fireplace an easy-to-use gas insert and creating a custom entertainment center with a barnwood backdrop.

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7:00
PM
Episode S16

The Busbys, young entrepreneurs and world travelers, have been living off-the-grid for two years already, but now they're ready to take it to the next level. Follow the adventure as they build a super efficient tiny house in northwestern Montana. Surrounded by stunning views and with a little help from friends, they'll build it all by hand completely off-the-grid.

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8:00
PM
Episode S17H

Deep in the backwoods of Spearfish Canyon, South Dakota's premier off-grid builder Jared Capp sets out to turn four shipping containers into a stunning two-story mountain hideaway. The five bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms property will have a well for water, a living roof, solar panels and other high-end amenities. Getting the containers to the remote location will be challenging, however, and will require Jared to cut a road through the forest first.

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9:00
PM
Episode S17H

With help from a team of friends, an avid outdoorsman takes on the challenge of building a cabin in the remote White Mountains region of Alaska. The crew must work through snow, wind and a whole lot of mud to haul materials and build the perfect cabin in just seven days.

10:00
PM
Episode S17H

A snowmobile guide and his wife build an off-the-grid cabin by the rivers and mountain ranges of their beautiful home state of Wyoming. The build includes a 272-square-foot cabin with a small shop and garage that are all constructed with zero fossil fuels, meaning no gas generators or grid power will be used and all of the heavy lifting will have to be done by hand. The team faces many challenges, including snowdrifts and visits from four-legged neighbors, but the five-week project will prove to be just as grand as the scenery that surrounds it.

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11:00
PM
Episode S17

A realtor and his three children set out to build their dream home together on a wooded ridge top in the Ozark Mountains of Oklahoma. But they aren't building a conventional house. They plan to convert three shipping containers into an off-grid paradise. Follow the journey as they navigate the hardships of their remote setting and unorthodox construction project. Surrounded by stunning views and with a little help from friends, they'll build it all by hand completely off the grid.

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12:00
AM
Episode S17H

With help from a team of friends, an avid outdoorsman takes on the challenge of building a cabin in the remote White Mountains region of Alaska. The crew must work through snow, wind and a whole lot of mud to haul materials and build the perfect cabin in just seven days.

1:00
AM
Episode S17H

A snowmobile guide and his wife build an off-the-grid cabin by the rivers and mountain ranges of their beautiful home state of Wyoming. The build includes a 272-square-foot cabin with a small shop and garage that are all constructed with zero fossil fuels, meaning no gas generators or grid power will be used and all of the heavy lifting will have to be done by hand. The team faces many challenges, including snowdrifts and visits from four-legged neighbors, but the five-week project will prove to be just as grand as the scenery that surrounds it.

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2:00
AM
Episode S17

A realtor and his three children set out to build their dream home together on a wooded ridge top in the Ozark Mountains of Oklahoma. But they aren't building a conventional house. They plan to convert three shipping containers into an off-grid paradise. Follow the journey as they navigate the hardships of their remote setting and unorthodox construction project. Surrounded by stunning views and with a little help from friends, they'll build it all by hand completely off the grid.

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3:00
AM
Episode S17H

Deep in the backwoods of Spearfish Canyon, South Dakota's premier off-grid builder Jared Capp sets out to turn four shipping containers into a stunning two-story mountain hideaway. The five bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms property will have a well for water, a living roof, solar panels and other high-end amenities. Getting the containers to the remote location will be challenging, however, and will require Jared to cut a road through the forest first.

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4:30
AM
Episode 512

Meghann just moved into a home that Mark has owned for 6 years. Now that Mark's buddies have moved out, Meghann wants a bathroom with more style and substance, not the big black tub and awkward angular vanity it has now. Watch as host Jeff Devlin tears this 80s disaster to shreds, reworking the layout of the entire space and transforming it from a bachelor pad bathroom into a beautiful modern bathroom built for two featuring designer glass tile, wood panels made from reclaimed pallets, and beautiful sandblasted glass focal pieces.

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