TV Schedule

Tuesday, Mar 13

7:00
AM
Episode 102

Homeowners Chris and Melissa call on Designer/Engineer Chip Wade to transform two dated rooms into one massive great room, complete with a play area for their two young daughters. Chip goes above and beyond by removing walls and building down into the basement to create a sunken living area with a hidden play room. He also resurfaces their existing fireplace with a super modern steel application and creates a 3D wave wall to house their media equipment.

7:30
AM
Episode 1114

Sisters Jen and Elana recently bought a property next door to their mom. They want to renovate it so they can demand higher rental rates and bring in families who will treat the space carefully. That way, they can afford the waterfront property for the long haul to care for their mom once she retires. Scott gives the sisters two options: an interior facelift with a powder room build or a full interior remodel with a powder room build.

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8:00
AM
Episode 111

Two boys and ten years later, Laura and Mike have outgrown their house. The basement has been taken over by their young boys and Laura now feels trapped in her kitchen. An unexpected structural issue has the entire renovation in limbo.

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8:30
AM
Episode 102

Gary and Irina have a small house, two kids and not enough space. They're bursting at the seams and crawling all over each other. They prepare food in the kids' playroom, do crafts in the kitchen, and eat meals on the couch. And now, Irina's Mom is coming to live with them. Mia and Rob present two great design solutions. They just have to make one big design decision. Whose will they choose?

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9:00
AM
Episode 202

The Treehouse Guys head down south for a build in West Memphis, Arkansas, on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. For this project they team up with local builder Christopher Donovan to complete a 2-structure build for client and tree house lover, Abbott Widdicombe. While its unique location offers beautiful views across the river, this build is not without its challenges. Rain, bugs, and a race against the clock test their skills, but the guys rally to build a haven in the trees to match the vision of their tree house crazy client.

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10:00
AM
Episode 204

The Treehouse Guys saddle up for a rootin' tootin' treehouse build in O'Brien, Oregon! Neighbors with treehouse legend, Michael Garnier, the Boltz Family is certain the Treehouse Guys are ready to come out, guns blazing, to build the best western inspired treehouse ever! With saloon doors and saddle barstools, this huge treehouse fits perfectly on the 350 acre Rock'N R Ranch and vineyard the Boltz family calls home.

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11:00
AM
Episode 206

The Treehouse Guys are in Richmond, Virginia, building a treehouse on the historic Ben Dover Farm. Situated on the lowlands of Virginia and built in a massive Elm tree, the treehouse will take full advantage of the scenic views of the rolling Virginia countryside. Charles Lindbergh made a landing here in the late 1920s and now The Treehouse Guys have landed to build clients Cate and Preston their own 200-300-square-foot home-base on the family property.

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12:00
PM
Episode 208

The guys head to Old Town, Florida, to build a treehouse for Sara, Jamie and their sons. Sara is the daughter of a contractor, and is no stranger to swinging a hammer. She's been wishing for a treehouse fort for years, so the entire family and Jamie's football team pitch in to make Sara's dreams come true.

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1:00
PM
Episode 210

The Treehouse Guys are in Hauser Lake, Idaho, to build a treetop escape pod for globetrotting couple Lynn, a physician and human rights researcher, and her husband Andrew, a personal security expert and bodyguard for international diplomats. The couple uses their 10-acre plot of wilderness in the Idaho panhandle to decompress from their demanding, jet-setting jobs, and now they want to add a relaxing escape in the trees. While builder Jake Jacob finds the perfect trio of ponderosa pines to nestle the 2-story, cattywampus treehouse into, the winter weather has other plans for this build.

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2:00
PM
Episode S18

A creative family builds a three-story tiny house full of clever features on the easternmost property in the US. But with limited experience and a three-month deadline, they'll need the help of a few local Mainers to get it done. Follow their journey in the stunning North Atlantic as they handcraft their new off-grid home from the ground up.

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3:00
PM
Episode S17H

The Walker family takes on a multi-generational construction project rebuilding their 100-year-old mining cabin on their 73-1/2 acres in the Colorado wilderness. Fortunately, they're a family of engineers who are game for any challenges that will face them in the months ahead. Bring on the protractors and mules, the tools used for this project will be as old as the cabin itself!

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4:00
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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5:00
PM
Episode S17

A young couple sets out to build their dream home together in a remote canyon just north of Yellowstone National Park in Montana. They aren't building a conventional house, however -- instead, they're creating a timeless, earthen home suited for their challenging climate. They'll navigate the hardships of their remote setting and unorthodox construction project while surrounded by stunning views and wicked weather.

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6:00
PM
Episode S17

Specialty builders Jon and Amanda D'Aleo design and build "earth-sheltered" homes for clients in southern Colorado, but they weren't expecting a project this far off the grid. They'll have to work overtime to get a house constructed and buried before the Colorado winter hits.

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7:00
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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8:00
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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9:00
PM
Episode S18

An outdoorsy family of three is determined to build a mammoth off-grid cabin along Idaho's Salmon River after one of their properties was destroyed by a fire. Watch this family take on Class 5 rapids to portage out materials on jet boats, then brave weather, wildlife and remote isolation as they race to complete their log cabin build before low tide hits and they can't return home.

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10:00
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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11:00
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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12:00
AM
Episode S18

An outdoorsy family of three is determined to build a mammoth off-grid cabin along Idaho's Salmon River after one of their properties was destroyed by a fire. Watch this family take on Class 5 rapids to portage out materials on jet boats, then brave weather, wildlife and remote isolation as they race to complete their log cabin build before low tide hits and they can't return home.

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1:00
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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2:00
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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3:00
AM
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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4:30
AM
Episode 408F

Selmin and Yasmin want to fill in their massive empty backyard with a deck big enough to accommodate their huge extended family. They also have an interesting request for Paul, create enough privacy so Yasmin can enjoy the outdoors without wearing her traditional headscarf. Paul's really into this one and builds a two-tiered deck. The first story level has three separate lounge zones that are completely sheltered from the rain and surrounded by retractable mesh screens to keep the bugs out. The second-story level has decorative privacy screens and a curved, translucent polycarbonate pergola that covers a dining zone and barbecue. This deck has a ton of style and privacy, and is truly one of a kind.

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Tuesday, Mar 13

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7:30am | 6:30c

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8:30am | 7:30c
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8:30pm | 7:30c

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9:30pm | 8:30c

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10:30pm | 9:30c

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11:30pm | 10:30c

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2:30am | 1:30c

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3am | 2c

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