The Cabin Kings are tackling their biggest-ever cabin build for a master of tailgating and larger-than-life football fan; at 1350 sq ft, perched atop a treacherous mountain with a lightening storm on the way and only a week to get it done, the Cabin Kings may not be able to make it into the end zone.
A two-mile treacherous mountain road separates a young married couple from the cabin site of their dreams: a mountaintop with a million-dollar view of the Hudson River Valley. To conquer this project, the Cabin Kings will have to haul their supplies straight uphill, build a bridge over a waterfall and build an unforgettable cabin for the Meracle family.
It’s the Cabin Kings’ heaviest build ever! Tuffy and Paulie must build a cabin deep in an abandoned marble quarry, using the enormous marble slabs that have been resting there for a century. With several tons of marble to wrangle in only 7 days, the Cabin Kings are facing an unparalleled engineering challenge that will leave them wishing they charged by the pound.
A professional pilot wants to achieve his boyhood dream by building an aviation-themed cabin, complete with “control tower.” To get it done, the Cabin Kings will have to reach new heights in both design and execution.
The Cabin Kings race against the clock to deliver the ultimate treehouse cabin to their recently engaged client in time for his upcoming bachelor party. The twist? This treetop man cave must be able to convert in minutes to the perfect wilderness getaway for his new bride.
The Cabin Kings must get creative and figure out a way to combine functioning syrup making machinery and old motorcycle parts into a cabin that doubles as a maple syrup business (aka Sugar Shack) and a year-round biker hangout or the entire project could crash and burn.
A lifelong dairy farmer and his microbrewing son want the Cabin Kings to build them a Brewery Cabin on the family farm where they can make their own beer. But when Paulie and Tuffy discover they must build a backwoods brewery using repurposed items like an 800 gallon milk tank, a dilapidated corn crib, a broken-down table saw, and some repurposed skylights, they start to wonder if this build will end up being a recipe for disaster.
The Cabin Kings build father/son auctioneers Kyle and Ron Seifert the Collector’s Cabin of their dreams, featuring selections from 50 years’ worth of the family’s collecting: a 1956 classic car, vintage memorabilia, building materials and even an old Gas Pump.
A demolition derby-loving family man hires the Cabin Kings to create the perfect car enthusiast’s getaway. Complete with a “convertible” bedroom that can move inside and outside, and perched at the top of a brutal mountain road, this build will force the Cabin Kings to race around the clock to get it all done, or crash and burn trying.
Farmer Mike Carney and his friends?deemed the "Dirty Dozen"?spend every hunting season together. With the help of Paulie and Tuffy, this year, they attempt to build the hunting cabin of their dreams by recycling materials from a decrepit old barn.
Paulie and Tuffy help two outdoorsmen build an ultimate military-inspired "man camp" where friends can come and share survival and orienteering skills. With little time and money to spend, they convert a vintage military truck into a mobile cabin.
John is a big-city Italian who is more familiar with a stove than a hammer. He has always dreamed of a cabin in the woods, and has the land for it, but he wants a sunset view while his wife wants the sunriseTuffy has an absurdly brilliant solution.
The guys arrive at the vast property of retired equine vet, Reggie Tschorn, where they think theyll have an easy build for a change. But, when the project is nearly halted from lack of promised labor, Paulie has choice words for the stubborn client.
Jeremy wants to cross owning a cabin off of his bucket listenter the Cabin Kings. One issue, Jeremys not quite fated to be a handyman, especially when he shows up shoeless. With a last minute request, the Kings get thrifty with and old school bus.
Paulie and Tuffy arrive on client Jason's property with a shipping container and a plan: turn it into a manly cabin getaway. Tensions run high when get-'er-done Tuffy has to remind the more meticulous Paulie that time is running out.
Tim Fauler, a self-described redneck podiatrist, wants to turn a piece of swampy hunting land into a two-story sportsman's paradise; however, his 30 acres of rough, mucky terrain will be tough for the Cabin Kings to tackle.
The Cabin Kings tackle their wettest and wildest challenge yet: Woodcockss wetland property. Even worse, the build site can only be reached by canoe. The guys think fast in order to transport materials, and keep their plans from sinking.
This aint no bunny slope: The Cabin Kings build the ultimate snowboarders paradise at the top of a steep private ski slope for a father and son party duo. If they can pull this off, the Kings will have the crown jewel to add to their portfolio.
With the help of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Paul DiMeo, National Geographic goes off the map to help dreamers build the most amazing─and remote─wilderness retreats in America's last frontiers.
Great Great show lots of drama and fun. Not to mention imagination.
Charles Harris March 8, 2014
Great Great show lots of drama and fun. Not to mention imagination.
Husband-and-wife team Kortney and David Wilson transform rundown Nashville houses into stunning homes. They pick a property to gamble on and turn up the charm, hoping for big profit in spite of short deadlines and tight budgets.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an undiscovered designer to catapult into the big time by winning his or her own show on HGTV. Each week the competing designers are put through creative challenges that are unexpected, suspenseful and ultimately showcase their talents. At the end of each episode one to two designers' will be eliminated until the final winner is chosen. Hosted by David Bromstad, and panel members Vern Yip, and Genevieve Gorder, there's never a loss for talent in TV's hottest reality competition show.
Series Description: Castles, they could be considered were the ultimate homes for medieval preppers -- kings and nobleman, who were under constant threat from neighboring enemies. But for American prepper Brent, these relics of the Dark Ages are still the most desirable quarters for the doomsday scenario he fears -- an electromagnetic burst where the power grid fails resulting in a blackout. Brent is summoning his kids -- from an amateur model to an experienced prepper and a 41-year old who's barely handled firearms -- to his partially built towering castle isolated deep in the Carolina mountains to help him finish construction and to test their survival skills. The apocalypse he fears might shy in comparison to this clash of characters as they try to live and work together to prepare for Doomsday. If doomsday comes will this survive to rule the mountains, or will it self-destruct before the castle is ever completed?
In Game of Homes, teams of skilled amateur home renovators compete for the chance to trade their skills for the prize of a lifetime. The teams save rundown houses that are marked to be torn down and revive them into dream homes.