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Tuesday, Mar 6

7:00
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Episode 106

This 200-year-old barn is packed to the brim with forgotten antiques. Some of them are worth big bucks, including a rare copy of Margret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind". First editions have sold for $40,000, so Eric might be in store for a huge payday. When Eric and his crew finish the job, they turn the barn into an awesome hangout. You have to see this makeover!

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7:30
AM
Episode 1010F

Leah and Stew made big sacrifices to save a down payment for their first home. Now they're counting on a rental unit to help them with the mortgage. Scott gives them the option between a 2 or 3-bedroom layout.

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8:00
AM
Episode 110

Sabrina and Daryl once described their house as cute and adorable, but after two years, their dysfunctional space has left them in disarray. Cooking out of the garage and midnight bathroom trips to the main floor with their two young children has become tiresome. An unforeseen hazard could derail the whole project and send them running.

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8:30
AM
Episode 114

Within the first few days of moving in to their new house, both Bobbie and Christian wanted to move right back out. The basement is a complete horror show and the main floor is like a rabbit maze. Bobbie and Christian can no longer ignore the issues and need Rob and Mia to reconcile their marriage to their dream home.

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9:00
AM
Episode 101

Yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler live in a village of yurts on the North Shore of Oahu but their family is growing, so they're adding on and building a whopping 1,400-square-foot yurt at the far end of their property. For this large-scale build, they're pulling out all the stops, creating an octagonal shaped kitchen made of native Kamani nut, funky stairs and a curvy media room. With just six weeks to finish this yurt before the rainy season begins, they scramble to give it a total wow factor.

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9:30
AM
Episode 102

Yurt Builders Nathan and Jenny Toler meet up with clients Sara and Shawn who want to expand their current home in Haleiwa, Hawaii, to include a multi-functional 16-foot yurt that will serve as a yoga studio and lounge space for the couple and their two daughters. It is smooth sailing back at the Tolers' workshop as they begin sewing fabric walls and building out a tiny kitchen, but when it comes time to assemble the yurt at the build site, they're hit with massive downpours and construction mishaps. Watch as they overcome all obstacles to create a unique and zen space the whole family can enjoy.

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10:00
AM
Episode 103

Yurt Builders Nathan and Jenny Toler are headed to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, to build a Moroccan-style yurt for client Maisa who wants an affordable place that's all her own on her family's waterfront property. Inspired by their client's love of the ocean, Nathan and Jenny are determined to incorporate water into the design. But things don't go exactly as they planned. Watch how they redirect and redesign this stylish yurt to be everything Maisa could have hoped for and more.

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10:30
AM
Episode 104

Ryan and Ali are relocating to a beautiful lot on Hawaii's North Shore that they bought unseen on the internet. They've asked yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler to construct a safari-themed yurt with office and living space on the main floor and a half loft for two on the second level. Nathan and Jenny have their work cut out for them on this build as they are forced to battle incredibly high winds on top of this picturesque hilltop overlooking Turtle Bay. Watch as they create an incredible yurt with a view and stick around for a surprise ending.

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11:00
AM
Episode 105

Newlyweds Cheyenne and Austin are calling on yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler to build "their first place," a paniolo-inspired 16-foot yurt with a bedroom, bathroom and outdoor dining space on a picturesque piece of family farmland in Waimanalo, Oahu. Unique to this build are the specially engineered window frames Nathan must design to keep out Vog, or volcanic air pollution, that Austin is severely allergic to. Complete with romantic western touches and a custom farmhouse table as a wedding gift to the couple, this truly is a Love Yurt.

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11:30
AM
Episode 106

Yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler are headed deep into the jungles of Maui, Hawaii, to build their biggest yurt yet. It's a giant two-story, 30-foot, hydro-powered yurt for their off-the-grid clients Christina and Boe. Getting materials to the remote build site proves to be a logistical nightmare, not to mention the monstrous yurt is being built on a steep hillside. And if things couldn't get worse, a tropical storm threatens to ruin everything. Watch what happens when the storm clouds pass and the clients return for an awe-inspiring reveal.

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12:00
PM
Episode SP01F

Months have passed since these tiny-house owners ditched their traditional digs (and financial trappings) for houses no bigger than trailers. From first-time homeowners to growing families, vacation homes to gypsy wagons, we find out what these homeowners have been up to since we last saw them. See how they are rethinking their spaces and learning from their mistakes, modifying their living quarters and moving from one location to the next and even generating income from their tiny gems.

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1:00
PM
Episode 501

A couple from the Jersey Shore looks to make life more affordable by converting an old houseboat into a floating dream home. With the help from their parents, they construct a funky and floating tiny house with their own unique style.

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1:30
PM
Episode 502

Surfing couple Sean and Angie want to build themselves an affordable tiny house in Oceanside, California. Sean uses his construction experience to design a nearly 400-square-foot tiny house with a long wish list including dog-friendly stairs, heated floors and a fire safety system. The only thing hampering their dreams? Days of unexpected rain!

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2:00
PM
Episode 503

A mother that has dreamed of living in a tiny home with eco-friendly features sets out to achieve her goal. She devises a special home with a full galley kitchen that includes hidden counter space, a laundry room built into the belly of the staircase and an entertainment area that hides a stowaway queen-size bed. Not everything goes according to plan, but the final product surpasses her expectations and brings her closer to satisfying her wanderlust.

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2:30
PM
Episode 706

An entrepreneur with six kids wants a tiny vacation home to place at one of his properties. He enlists the help of an uber artistic builder who draws inspiration from musical instruments for the shape of his homes. The tiny will have all kinds of unusual surprises, including an escape hatch that leads from the second-story deck into a loft.

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3:00
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Episode 504

An adventurous family of five sets out to enjoy life more fully by converting a school bus into a tiny house built for traveling. They may only have 235 square feet to work with, but they're including an area for home schooling, a relaxing place for the family to gather at night, sleeping accommodations, a kitchen and a bathroom. The build is sure to be a tough task -- especially in a rounded bus where nothing is plumb or square!

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3:30
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Episode 708

After being diagnosed with epilepsy, a woman is ready for more independence and her master craftsman father is harnessing his talents to build her a unique tiny home that expands. Motorized bump-outs and a roof-raise system dramatically increases usable space and allows for a huge bathroom, standing loft and a large living room. A clever bunkbed, laundry shoot, retro kitchen and fireplace makes this anything but a typical tiny.

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4:00
PM
Episode 505

A recent graduate and her boyfriend take inspiration from an old 17th century ship while creating the tiny house of their dreams. Their nautical vision includes blue and green shingles that resemble waves, an aquarium and kitchen cabinets that resemble whiskey barrels on a pirate's ship. The couple is hoping to live off the grid so they're hiring an expert to design an unusual water pillow system to store rainwater for their personal use. They're hoping the finalized house will inspire them as they travel the coasts in search of a job in wildlife ecology.

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4:30
PM
Episode 709

A career cheerleader with a busy schedule wants a rustic-chic country tiny home that can be her perfect escape. Not only will the tiny house have a master on the main floor and a spa-like bathroom, it will also be placed on a farm with horses, a zip line and other adventures just steps away from the front door.

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5:00
PM
Episode 506

A Colorado Springs, CO, fishing guide tired of the rising cost of rent gives tiny living a try. The outdoorsman wants to make his tiny house the ultimate fisherman's crash pad and his family will pitch in to give the interior an artistic touch. His living room will double as the entertainment room and the prep room where he and his friends can tie flies before hitting the water. On the exterior, the fishing features include special racks for rods and waders. The final step will be moving the tiny house into the hills - will everything continue to progress smoothly for the fisherman?

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5:30
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Episode 711

An Idaho couple creates an amazing three-level tiny home perfectly suited for the both of them in gorgeous Swan Valley, ID. She wants a pampered paradise with a powder room worth envying and a place to showcase her huge shoe collection. He prefers a rugged and rustic escape with wood floor paneling on the walls and a hidden entertainment center. In the end, this tiny house has it all including vintage accessories, an upscale master bedroom with skylight and even an outdoor movie theater!

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6:00
PM
Episode 507

A world traveler discovers the perfect home base in a tiny house community in Lakeside, Arizona. Her quirky style pushes her designer to his creative limits with glitter countertops, bubble wall art and accent walls painted in chartreuse. On top of a tight deadline, the unpredictable weather of northern Arizona threatens to throw the construction completely off track.

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7:00
PM
Episode S18

After years of apprenticing for natural builders, Sonia Havill is putting her skills to the test by building her first house: an off-grid cob cottage on top of an Oregon mountain. She enlists the help of friends and family, but her lack of experience and the Pacific Northwest's notorious rainy season could wash away her dream.

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8:00
PM
Episode S17H

Beth wants a beach getaway on the white sandy beaches of Ambergris Caye, Belize. Construction manager Ken Grissom has experience building in the Caribbean and is just the man for the job. Ken and his crew transport tons of building materials to the remote island and attempt the impossible task of constructing an off-the-grid luxury getaway with the warm Caribbean water just steps away.

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9:00
PM
Episode S18

A young cabin builder creates a one-of-a-kind cabin in upstate New York during the harsh winter months. Because of the new and complicated design, the crew must adapt to the environment, work efficiently and leave no room for mistakes. The end result is the ultimate off-the-grid cathedral in the Catskills.

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10:00
PM
Episode S17

Laura Williams is on a mission to build an off-the-grid home in the desert outside of Tucson, Arizona. Together with a group of volunteers, she'll build an earthen three-dome home completely by hand. The team battles a steep learning curve and Mother Nature in a race to finish before the scorching Arizona summer arrives.

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11:00
PM
Episode S17H

Sage Stoneman is on the hunt for new ways to build off-grid homes that not only use natural building materials but blend them seamlessly into their environment. He teams up with world-renowned natural builder SunRay Kelley to experiment with a never-before used building material: mushrooms! Follow along as they not only design a mushroom-shaped house but virtually grow one.

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12:00
AM
Episode S18

A young cabin builder creates a one-of-a-kind cabin in upstate New York during the harsh winter months. Because of the new and complicated design, the crew must adapt to the environment, work efficiently and leave no room for mistakes. The end result is the ultimate off-the-grid cathedral in the Catskills.

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1:00
AM
Episode S17

Laura Williams is on a mission to build an off-the-grid home in the desert outside of Tucson, Arizona. Together with a group of volunteers, she'll build an earthen three-dome home completely by hand. The team battles a steep learning curve and Mother Nature in a race to finish before the scorching Arizona summer arrives.

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2:00
AM
Episode S17H

Sage Stoneman is on the hunt for new ways to build off-grid homes that not only use natural building materials but blend them seamlessly into their environment. He teams up with world-renowned natural builder SunRay Kelley to experiment with a never-before used building material: mushrooms! Follow along as they not only design a mushroom-shaped house but virtually grow one.

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3:00
AM
Episode S17H

Beth wants a beach getaway on the white sandy beaches of Ambergris Caye, Belize. Construction manager Ken Grissom has experience building in the Caribbean and is just the man for the job. Ken and his crew transport tons of building materials to the remote island and attempt the impossible task of constructing an off-the-grid luxury getaway with the warm Caribbean water just steps away.

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4:30
AM
Episode 107F

Diandra and Tyler flip a 1970's fixer-upper to get it ready for a broker's open. They focus on maximizing the ocean views by designing a new floor plan for the kitchen, and adding a thin cable railing on the lanai to open up the view. The master suite also gets updated with a new bathroom, complete with pebble stone flooring in the shower and a custom-made frosted glass wall. When problems arise with the granite counters and the stove in the kitchen, it's a rush to the finish in order to complete the house in time for the broker's open.

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