Fueled by stories of the past, master craftsman Tim McClellan completes inspired transformations of old homes in Arizona’s iconic mining “boomtowns” in Boomtown Builder. The season features Tim as he draws ideas from the vivid history of each property to complete beautiful renovations for clients in the once-mining towns of Cottonwood and Jerome. While he adds modern finishes in his designs, Tim also helps families preserve original character when he salvages and repurposes materials unique to each home.
Tim uses reclaimed wood from his client's house to build a kitchen island.
Tim McClellan is called in to help a local sheriff and his wife modernize their home while keeping its historical bones intact. Years of bad renovations, an ugly design and a challenging layout have stripped the house of its original character, challenging Tim to come up with new designs and builds in order to breathe life back into the home.
Tim McClellan lends his talents to two amazing spaces that need reimagining in Clemenceau, AZ. He creates wildly unique builds while unearthing the mysterious history of an adobe outbuilding.
Tim McClellan helps an overwhelmed young family restore their house in Jerome, AZ. Originally built for a copper mine manager, Tim uncovers high-end details and adds even more authentic features to the once illustrious home.
Tim helps a couple in Jerome, AZ, tackle a 100-year-old converted grocery market. This monumental restoration creates special obstacles for Tim, including the removal of a load-bearing beam and custom-built furniture inspired by historical pieces. In the end, Tim overcomes challenge after challenge to create one of the most inspiring homes in town.
A family of seven calls on Tim McClellan to renovate their Cottonwood, AZ, home. He turns a storage area into a massive game room and builds a movable cocktail bar that reveals a 'secret' laundry room.
Tim McClellan helps a Jerome, AZ, homeowner tackle an overwhelming restoration. He peels back decades of bad renovations to uncover clues that influence the direction of the build and solve the mystery of the home's original owner.