The crew constructs a treetop retreat from salvaged materials in Oahu, HI.
The guys build a spacious farmhouse up in the trees of Texas.
The guys build a masterful treehouse for a master tree climber in Oregon.
The guys build a majestic treehouse in a ring of redwoods in California.
The guys build a romantic treehouse retreat for a sushi chef in Oregon.
The Treehouse Guys respond to a treehouse emergency in Florida.
The Treehouse Guys tackle a treehouse for some special kids.
The Treehouse Guys get techie in this new-school build.
The Treehouse Guys face a challenge on the Suwannee River.
The Treehouse Guys build a modern treetop getaway in California.
The guys build a special anniversary treehouse for one of their own.
Surrounded by longhorn cattle, tumbleweeds, and wide-open spaces, the Treehouse Guys are in Celeste, Texas, building a farmhouse 14 feet up in the trees. The spacious, 600-square-foot treehouse is for the Snyder family. They live on a lavender farm and aren't afraid to roll up their sleeves and help with the build.
When master tree climbing instructor Tim Kovar finally decides that he needs a treehouse built on his sprawling, oak-filled Oregon City property, there are no better guys to build it for him than the Treehouse Guys! The 200-square-foot treehouse is 24 feet in the air and will serve two purposes: a weekend getaway for Tim and his family as well as a place for Tim to teach his tree climbing students.
The Treehouse Guys travel to picturesque Half Moon Bay on the California coast to build a beautiful modern treehouse. Spoiled for choices, the guys are surrounded by majestic redwoods, cedar and oak trees, with a river running through the property to boot! Using their build skills and inventive designs, they take this 300-square-foot treetop getaway to a whole new level -- nearly 20 feet off the ground.
Many years ago, Mama Jean hired treehouse dreamer Michael Garnier to build her a beautiful treehouse on her 700-acre property way down upon the Suwannee River. Now the Treehouse Guys are back to build her an even bigger, more noteworthy house for her family in a 100-year-old aak tree that literally hangs over the river banks.