The Barnwood Builders celebrate their 100th episode by looking back at their favorite moments from the series. They share some secrets, some lessons and some hilarious behind-the scenes moments.
Mark Bowe looks back at an amazing season of Barnwood Builders. From Texas to Tennessee and from Ohio to the crew's home in West Virginia, this was a season full of big surprises with new faces, new places and a brand new Boneyard.
The Barnwood Builders celebrate hillbilly archaeologist, teacher and artist Johnny Jett with never-before-seen footage and highlights of his best moments.
The Barnwood Builders team saves an incredible cabin with huge logs that was nearly lost to a fire in West Virginia. They transport it all the way to Montana for restoration, where Mark returns to see it fully finished inside and out.
The Barnwood Builders discover one of the finest cabins they've ever seen. They take it down in West Virginia and restore it in South Carolina, and Mark returns to see the amazing home fully finished.
From the muddy take-down in West Virginia to the tricky rebuild in Texas, the story of how the Barnwood Builders transformed Digger's cabin into David's dream home is revealed.
The entire story of how the Barnwood Builders moved a massive, 1802 timber frame barn from New Hampshire to South Carolina is revealed.
This special follows the Beam Cabin from Lewisburg, WV, to Gatlinburg, TN, where the log home helps a couple rebuild after a devastating fire. Two years later, Mark returns for a triumphant finish.
This special episode looks back at crew's accomplishments from season nine. From Texas to West Virginia, the guys taught pioneer skills to a new generation, built their biggest building ever and met incredible craftspeople along the way.
Over the years, the Barnwood Builders have traveled all over the country learning about timber frame construction from novices to know-it-alls. Also, Mark visits some extraordinary timber frame restorations.
Barnwood is a risky business that's full of gutsy gambles, treacherous take-downs and daring deals. For the Barnwood Builders, taking chances just comes with the territory.
In this special episode, the Barnwood Builders help out folks in need including Boy Scouts in Pennsylvania, a West Virginia town devastated by flood, and all the way out to Montana to help veterans rebuild a barn.
After battling high winds, the Barnwood Builders save a huge hay barn in Pleasantville, Ohio, and ship it to Cave Spring, Georgia to rebuild into a home. Mark Bowe returns to see this absolutely gorgeous family retreat finally finished.
Over the years, the Barnwood Builders have worked with Karen Tillery to transform cabins and barns all over the country. Now, Mark and Karen visit several log homes that have been finished to perfection.
The Barnwood Builders visit a new region of the Appalachian Mountains to save a barn in North Bend, PA, and move it all the way to the Catskill Mountains of New York. There, the team completely transforms the structure into a stunning guest home.
The Barnwood Builders save a West Virginia family's log home and battle mud and heat to bring it back to life as an Alabama lake house. Two years later, Mark returns to see the spectacularly finished project.
In a very special episode, Mark and the guys help folks save old log homes, build new ones and fulfill lifelong dreams of restoring antique cabins.