TV Schedule

Tuesday, Feb 6

7:00
AM
Episode 102

A wicked storm won't stop the Junk Junk Baby team from tackling a job stuffed with awesome sports memorabilia and items more than 100 years old. Eric hopes the first issue of Sports Illustrated is worth big bucks. If not, he'll bank on a century-old board game to turn things around.

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7:30
AM
Episode 1006F

New parents Richard and Leanne want to start a college fund for their son. Their sister Michelle wants to invest in real estate. Instead of sitting on their hands, the trio joined forces and bought an income property. Scott gives them two options: 1 bedroom or 1 bedroom plus den, then helps build a basement apartment so their triplex turns a profit.

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8:00
AM
Episode 106

Angela and Tavis bought their four-storey Row House five years ago when they were newlyweds. Five years later, they've turned into a family of four and the house is proving to be a challenge for their expanding family. Now Angela's parents are moving in. Where will they sleep? When you have only one shower up three flights of stairs, the options for their aging parents are limited. Or are they?

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8:30
AM
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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9:00
AM
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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9:30
AM
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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10:00
AM
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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10:30
AM
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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11:00
AM
Episode 801H

A new season of builders brave the Alaskan elements to construct off-the-grid cabins. Jeff Erickson takes on a challenging cliffside build, Chappie Cook's team struggles to get materials to the site without roads and first-time builder Chris Sewell faces some harsh realities about his foundation.

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12:00
PM
Episode 802H

A SkyCrane helicopter delivers a whopping 17,000 pounds of materials for Chris Sewell's cabin kit, Jeff Erickson fights the pouring rain and cold temperatures to stay on schedule and Chappie Cook's crew struggles to lift 20-foot balloon walls without heavy equipment.

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1:00
PM
Episode 803H

Chappie Cook's team runs into bears and sinking boats while hauling scaffolding materials, Jeff Erickson carefully begins to construct his slippery roof and Chris Sewell works tirelessly to install all the timber walls of his cabin.

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2:00
PM
Episode 804H

Chappie's team struggles to lift 600-pound rafters onto the cabin's roof. Then, Chris works on drying in his cabin while Jeff begins installing his cabin's windows.

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3:00
PM
Episode 805H

Jeff struggles with his front deck, Chappie's team finds a major error while building the exterior insulation and Chris Sewell runs out of building materials.

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4:00
PM
Episode 806H

Chris gets some much needed help from family to work on his interior, a floatplane with engine problems brings Chappie's build site to a standstill and Jeff makes a critical error while building the water tank system for his cabin.

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5:00
PM
Episode 807H

As winter barrels down on Alaska, the builders scramble to complete their heating systems. Chappie must climb an extremely tall ladder to cut a hole in his roof, Jeff and his friend Andy build a hearth and Chris fixes a leak in his chimney so he can complete work indoors.

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6:00
PM
Episode 808H

As the final days of their builds approach, the builders work to complete their cabins. Jeff Erickson helicopters in the remaining furniture for his cabin, Chris Sewell's team works hard through the night to get the interior floors installed at Judd Lake and Chappie's team pushes themselves to finish the cabin's ladders, kitchen and master bedroom at East Butterfly Lake.

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7:00
PM
Episode S17H

The Walker family takes on a multi-generational construction project rebuilding their 100-year-old mining cabin on their 73-1/2 acres in the Colorado wilderness. Fortunately, they're a family of engineers who are game for any challenges that will face them in the months ahead. Bring on the protractors and mules, the tools used for this project will be as old as the cabin itself!

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 S17

Specialty builders Jon and Amanda D'Aleo design and build "earth-sheltered" homes for clients in southern Colorado, but they weren't expecting a project this far off the grid. They'll have to work overtime to get a house constructed and buried before the Colorado winter hits.

11:00
PM
Episode S18

An outdoorsy family of three is determined to build a mammoth off-grid cabin along Idaho's Salmon River after one of their properties was destroyed by a fire. Watch this family take on Class 5 rapids to portage out materials on jet boats, then brave weather, wildlife and remote isolation as they race to complete their log cabin build before low tide hits and they can't return home.

12:00
AM
Episode S17

Specialty builders Jon and Amanda D'Aleo design and build "earth-sheltered" homes for clients in southern Colorado, but they weren't expecting a project this far off the grid. They'll have to work overtime to get a house constructed and buried before the Colorado winter hits.

2:00
AM
Episode S18

An outdoorsy family of three is determined to build a mammoth off-grid cabin along Idaho's Salmon River after one of their properties was destroyed by a fire. Watch this family take on Class 5 rapids to portage out materials on jet boats, then brave weather, wildlife and remote isolation as they race to complete their log cabin build before low tide hits and they can't return home.

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 202

The West End Salvage team is asked to create tables for a local brewery. Inspired by the nearby bike trail, they deconstruct vintage bikes to incorporate handlebars, wheels and more into moveable tables. Don is surprised with the extra effort Rex and Brian are putting in to the project after they are promised some beer from the brewery. Hal and Joe purchase an old Jon Boat from some pickers and are determined to transform it in to something that's never been seen before. While sawing the boat in half, they make a surprising discovery, a treasure more than a century old.

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