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Friday, Mar 2

7:00
AM
Episode 509

Host Kayleen McCabe's dad, David, still lives in the house Kayleen grew up in. 12 years ago, he started to remodel the kitchen, but couldn't ever figure out how to get the layout right. So it's sat in a half-renovated state for more than a decade. As a licensed contractor, Kayleen knows she must make this right. So she and the Rescue Renovation team take on a very special project, renovating the kitchen of Kayleen's childhood home, to help give her dad a magnificent custom kitchen. They'll finally perfect the awkward layout that gave David so much trouble, and replace the builder-grade cabinets and appliances with more modern fare. They'll torch wood to make a table, craft a custom oven hood, and stack this kitchen with as many creature comforts as it can handle. And when it's all said and done, there won't be a dry eye in the house.

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7:30
AM
Episode 609

Tom and Loren bought their home 13 years ago. They've already done a number of renovations to expand the home to fit with the needs of their family. However, it's the sight of their upstairs pink and awkwardly ROSE designed bathroom that's leaving this family feeling cramped. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms this bland and outdated bathroom into one beautiful and inviting space featuring a stacked stone accent wall, pebble stone shower and a DIY concrete sink and counter that's just plain cool!

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8:00
AM
Episode 709

Paul & Carla love the charm of their first-ring suburban neighborhood, and their spacious home is perfect for their growing family except the galley-style closed off kitchen. Licensed contractor James Young's plans include widening a doorway and nixing a sight-blocking cabinet to improve the flow of the home. Everything outdated is getting a makeover, and the improvements flow into an adjacent seating area where James gives them an inexpensive solution to solve their storage woes.

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8:30
AM
Episode 403F

After having 2 kids, Tracy & Eric realize that their house is too cramped and divided. They call on designer/contractor Chip Wade for help. Chip completely transforms their separate living spaces into one huge great room with room for the entire family.

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9:00
AM
Episode 212

The Treehouse Guys are joining forces with longtime friend and treehouse builder Michael Murphy for his latest project in Linden, Virginia. They're building a treehouse for a family of climbers, Susan Leopold and her kids on their 300-acre wooded property near the Appalachian Trail. With a passion for plants, Susan hopes to share her ethno-botany background with friends and family in a tree-top apothecary. Perched in a poplar tree and two red oaks, this two-story tree-pothecary will be the perfect haven for nature lovers near and far.

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10:00
AM
Episode 302

The only thing better than living in a forest is living on top of the forest, and Columbia Falls, Montana, family Darin, Kati and their son are doing exactly that with the help of The Treehouse Guys. Nestled high in the ponderosa pines of their heavily forested property, B'fer and his team are building an impressive two-story home in the treetops. This creative family is also getting in on the build action by focusing on a large spiral staircase made from a giant tree trunk Darin use to climb in as a kid.

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11:00
AM
Episode 304

The Greene family of Asheville, North Carolina, owns a jewelry store and a historic Victorian home called "The Carolina Jewel." Now they're looking to add another jewel to their collection with the help of The Treehouse Guys: a giant getaway in the trees. The treehouse, affectionately named "The Diamond in the Sky," is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains and features an old moonshine element to celebrate the local history. This massive treehouse proves to be the largest the guys have taken on to date.

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12:00
PM
Episode 306

B'fer Roth is headed to his home state of Michigan to build a treehouse for North Star Reach, a special camp for children with serious health challenges. B'fer can't wait to show off his old stomping grounds to The Treehouse Guys, and the fellas pull out all the stops when it comes to creativity with this treehouse, making it look and feel like the kids build it. The treehouse features reclaimed skis, snowboards and license plates as window trim and decor as well as old car parts for windows and doorways. It's in a breathtaking locale that overlooks a lake and begs for a zap line, a slower-moving zip line, so that all campers have the freedom to roam and enjoy this tricked-out treetop retreat.

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1:00
PM
Episode 305

When Treehouse Guy Michael found out his younger brother Tom and his buddy Scott had bought an amazing piece of land in the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area in Washington, he couldn't wait to convince them to let the Treehouse Guys work their magic. Built atop a single majestic Douglas fir, the 350-square-foot treehouse proves to be quite the engineering feat with its unique octagonal shape supported by a compression ring and cables. And since they're working in Bigfoot country, the builders are on watch for Sasquatch as they race to finish the treehouse for their special clients.

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2:00
PM
Episode 303

High school sweethearts Michael and Denise call on The Treehouse Guys to build a treehouse for their family. Located in Hartsville, Tennessee, this 90-acre plot of farmland along the Cumberland River boasts rich family history. Utilizing the resources around them, the team builds as much of the house as possible using repurposed windows, tobacco sticks, barn wood and other items that they scrounge up along the way.

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3:00
PM
Episode 301

The Treehouse Guys are all kids at heart, so when they were asked to build a treehouse for a children's museum in Acton, Massachusetts, they couldn't pass up the chance. Their plan to get more kids outside begins with the construction of a huge treehouse with crooked windows and a wavy shed roof. Then, the large wrap around deck leads to a wobbly bridge and slippery, family-sized slide.

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4:00
PM
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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5:00
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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6:00
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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7:00
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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8:00
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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9:00
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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10:00
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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11:00
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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12:00
AM
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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1:00
AM
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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2:00
AM
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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3:00
AM
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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4:30
AM
Episode 101F

Diandra and Tyler are on the hunt to find an empty lot with great ocean views. They want to build a spec home on the property that they can turn around and sell in the coming year. In the midst of their property search, they're also building a lanai and creating a spacious backyard for clients Dana and Scott Ast. The lanai will double the livable space for the Asts, and give them a gorgeous connection to the outdoors. The landscaping in the yard includes paths lined with lava rock, jade trees, and a dwarf pink lemon tree that proves tricky to transplant.

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Friday, Mar 2

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