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In this series, a trio of sibling builders search the woods of Maine for cabins in need of restoration, and then they provide the care that each quaint building needs. Their projects range from modest camp cabins deep in the woods to luxury getaway homes for wealthy cabin owners. The series on the DIY cable network.

DIY Network
3 Seasons, 37 Episodes
February 23, 2016
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Maine Cabin Masters Full Episode Guide

  • In a Maine Cabin Masters first, Chase and his creative crew help a newlywed couple take a questionable "wedding gift" and turn it into an alpine ski bungalow that would rival those found in the Swiss Alps. With $35,000 and no time limit, Chase and his team completely gut the camp and start from scratch to transform it from its current condition into the beautiful bungalow that the newlyweds will enjoy for generations to come.

  • A couple's Belle Island camp has a long multi-generational history within their family spanning nearly 100 years. Their camp is an ongoing focus of family life and they are now ready to make its preservation their main priority. They call on the Cabin Masters to bring these historic buildings into the present and stand the test of time for the next generation.

  • Chase and the crew transform a vacation cabin that was originally a 1920s horse barn into a stable building. Drawing from the past as inspiration, the crew also wants to honor the owners' late parents in this emotional build.

  • A couple buys a dilapidated cabin in Phillips, Maine, in hopes of keeping the area's fly-fishing traditions alive; Chase Morrill and his team pull out all the stops to fix a myriad of issues.

  • Chase converts a former garage into a real cabin for a large family.

  • Chase and the team have their hands full transforming a family's treasured 1950s lobster shack into a cabin that will create a lifetime of memories for generations to come. They re-imagine the cabin's interior layout, preserve a cherished mural and add an exterior widow's walk on top of the new design.

  • Doug, aka Santa, and his wife Lois inherited a 1,250-square-foot cabin that's been in her family since 1958. With no major renovations since the 1970s, Chase and the team are excited to perform a Christmas miracle and transform this cabin into a wonderland for the whole family to enjoy.

  • Two animal lovers with a heart for rescuing dogs and cats call on Chase Morrill and his team to transform their West Gardiner cabin into a pet sanctuary. The crew works to bring modern-day amenities into a cabin that's over a century old while maintaining the rustic appeal that originally attracted the owners.

  • Chase and Ryan learn that the owner of their latest cabin project works at Allagash Brewing Company, so they're excited to check out the brewery for inspiration as they turn the weekend getaway into a three-season home away from home.

  • The Kennebec Valley YMCA in Augusta, Maine, needs a new play structure, and the Cabin Masters know just the crew for the job. In addition, Ryan decides it's time to build the workshop that Chase Morrill has always wanted. With winter fast approaching and no budget for either project, the team work feverishly to finish the play cabin for the YMCA and the workshop for Chase before everything freezes over.

  • The Cabin Masters take on their biggest cabin renovation to date.

  • Chase and his team take on a project on McGrath Pond in Oakland, ME, that has been empty for 15 years. Stephanie bought this place from her father and promised him she would fix it up. After her father passed a few years ago, she knew she needed to get some help so she could fulfill her promise and bring it back to the fun cabin it once was.

  • Chase Morrill and his crew work to save an old cabin in Oakland, Maine, that Eric purchased from his father. Eric hopes that the renovation will give the cabin many more years of life so he can share his childhood memories there with his own children. Chase and his team pull out all the stops to get this project done before winter comes and brings construction to a halt.

  • A family has the resources to give their Lincolnville, Maine, cabin the love it deserves now that their four children are almost done with college. However, the crew has their hands full with this job because the cabin has been neglected for 25 years and corners were cut in the original build.

  • Chase and his team take on a project along the Kennebec River in Caratunk, ME. The team is challenged with taking a shell of a cabin that was moved to its current property from Lake Moxie and renovating it to create a small efficiency for family and friends to stay when they visit.

  • Chase and the team travel to a secluded piece of land close to Desert Pond to help a couple turn their forgotten shack into a relaxing retreat.

  • Better access and living quarters are on tap for a family camp in Maine.

  • Chase Morrill and his team of builders take on the old army barracks on their family camp that has served as overflow sleeping for over 40 years. With the family expanding and sleeping space at a premium, the guys try to save the structure and preserve family reunions for years to come. With a budget of $20,000, a lot of reclaimed materials and help from family members, the team races to pull off this renovation before the family reunion.

  • Ashley Morrill and her team of builders find themselves rebuilding an old oyster shack for a working oyster farm in Edgecomb, Maine. Forced into immediate action by their shortest timeline to date while working with a budget of $25,000, the team must start their preliminary work with snow still on the ground.

  • Chase and the team are hired to finish a cabin for a homeowner that's been collecting materials for years but just hasn't been able to finish the project. With a budget of $20,000, the crew hopes to make the homeowner's dream a reality in eight weeks.

  • The Cabin Masters save a rundown camp from falling into Kimball Pond.

  • Chase Morrill and his team help a DIY homeowner jumpstart his project and renovate with kids in mind. With a budget of $30,000 and a July 1st deadline, the Cabin Masters are going to have to use their imagination on this one to keep the homeowners happy while still impressing their youngest clientele yet.

  • Chase Morrill and his team of builders take on an unusual project when they get a call from retired United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills. Through his foundation, Travis is building a retreat in Maine to help combat-injured veterans and their families adjust to their new normal. The Cabin Masters are tasked with turning a simple lakeside cottage into an ADA-compliant event center for the veterans and their families. The key feature will be a huge commercial-grade deck that can accommodate up to forty guests at a time. With only eight weeks until the first guests arrive, the camp buried under two feet of snow and the team will have to get creative to finish this project on time.

  • In the Season 2 premiere, a historic clammers' shack that is one Nor'easter away from falling into a creek is given a much-needed renovation, which involves opening the boarded-up windows to find out just what's in store.

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