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This is not an authorized episode guide. I'm not affiliatedCabin Master of Maine,magnolia net, ohero media art🇧🇷 All opinions expressed here are my own. We're just fans of the show.

This unofficial episode guide is primarily ("Maine-ly"?) for our own use.Cabin Master of Maineis one of our favorite shows, but we've yet to find a comprehensive, accurate, and most importantly searchable episode guide for the show. This guide was compiled from a variety of sources, including watching every episode of the series over and over again, and consolidates all of our family's needs into a single-page, searchable episode guide.

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Although the information listed here appears to be a duplicateo Maine Cabin Masters Episode Guide without IMDb, the opposite happened. Since I couldn't find a more detailed guide, I found that the IMDb guide hasn't been updated in a long time. I played the show from June 20 to July 4, 2020 on different platforms and filled out this page while watching. I then edited and updated the IMDb Episode Guide for July 14-17 using the information on that page. September 18-27, 2020 and courtesy ofhero media art,Kennebec Cabin Companyfrom the company's website, I also updated the images on the show's IMDb pages. I then split Season 4 on IMDb to create Seasons 4 and 5 on December 4, 2020 to coincide with the split on the Cabin Masters website. On the Season 5 IMDb page, I've added the eight special episodes as 508-515 (previously numbered by me as episodes 421-428), which was approved by Michelle Miller of Hero Media Arts. I also added Season 6 specials in the same way. As the information that can be added to IMDb is quite limited, the most comprehensive information on how to watch the show can be found on this page. As of Season 8, I continue to voluntarily update the show's IMDb pages.

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noCabin Master of MaineEpisodes are 40;10, +/- just a few seconds here and there.

Lately, there has been considerable speculation as to whether additional advertising will be included in the show. This is bad. The times of the episodes beginning with episode 101, "The Daggett Camp", are almost identical in the final episodes. These times may appear on some on-demand systems where the program is available. To check these times on other systems, you can use a chess timer likethe chess clock at🇧🇷 Open the Time Controls link on the page and set the timeout to 60 minutes. Play an episode and at the same time start player 1 for the show time. Then switch to Player 2 when the commercial starts and switch back and forth throughout the episode.

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Are you looking for just the episode number, title, owner, or release date? Use the search box in the table below to find this information. To find all shows for a specific season, e.g. B. Season 3, use the term "season 3" in double quotes.

usa 1: As this list contains only compilation episodes, no repacks are included.

Usage 2:All episode numbers and titles in this guide are fromMaine Cabin Masters Own Episodes Guide, reflecting the original series of air dates. Some airlines may differ in that they use production sequence numbers that do not reflect the broadcast dates of the original episode.

Season #ep. #episode titleAKA - Other EP numbers and titlesOwnerrelease date
season 1101The Daggett Family Cabindaggett campThe Daggett Family02.01.2017
season 1102abandoned island cabinRob y Candy Eaton09.01.2017
season 1103Off-grid city dwellersBarry y Ruth Baker16.01.2017
season 1104Outdated cabin converted into a retreatBrian y Teresa Scanlan23.01.2017
season 1105Conversion of the old school buildingSue (mother) and Chris (son) York30.01.2017
season 1106Not So Nice Campground at Pleasant Pondnot so nice campingCraig and Andrea Donovan02/06/2017
season 1107A cabin for the brideLance y Lilly Gatcomb13.02.2017
season 1108130 year old country house on the island.jack lancer20.02.2017
season 1109Off-Network RenewalMatt siekman27.02.2017
season 1110A camp on two lakesMatthew and Randee McDonald06.03.2017
season 1111Six weeks to two A-framesfield 1; Peggy Morrill: Camp 2; Chris and Lauren Andrews13.03.2017
season 2201Bunganuc Creek FrameSteve Stern y Arlene Morris27.11.2017
season 2202Campamento ClearwaterDora Mills4.12.2017
season 2203Veterans RetirementTravis Mills Foundation11.12.2017
season 2204The children's dream house by the lake.infant campLucas y Laura Houghton18.12.2017
season 2205Das Hiltz-CampRod and Barbara Hiltz08.01.2018
season 2206Take it to the finish lineLarry Costa15.01.2018
season 2207oyster farm cabinRyan McPherson y Briana Endicott22.01.2018
season 2208O BullpenThe Morrill family shedthe morris family29.01.2018
season 2209Heritage house on the coastTina Sener and Michele Robinson-Pontbriand05/02/2018
season 2210desert lagoon hideawayVincent Hemmer and Nicole Watson12.02.2018
season 2211Pilsbury Rafting-KabineMike y Kim Pilsbury19.02.2018
season 2212The empty nest of the family.Kirk y Lisa Wolfinger26.02.2018
season 2213Family Fisherman's CabinEric y Sarah Libby05.03.2018
season 2214A family meeting placeStephanie Sturtevant12.03.2018
season 2215A family cabin fit for a kingJon y Briar Fishman19.03.2018
season 2216A para stand at the YMCACerveja; Kenebec Valley YMCA: Scheune; chase morrill26.03.2018
session 3301eyebrows inspirationsShamus y Naomi Neville3.12.2018
session 3302Legs, present and futureDave y Christie Allred10.12.2018
session 3303Ho-Ho-HeimDoug y Lois Dodge17.12.2018
session 3304boat shaped cabinBrothers David, Tom and Sally Orcutt07.01.2018
session 3305cabin reviewGene y Dotty Bettencourt14.01.2018
session 3306Hook, line and sinkerKeith y Terri Smith21.01.2018
session 3307stable family tiesHermanos Andrew, Nick y Cammie Christ28.01.2019
session 3308past, present and futureJon y Win Elliot4.2.2019
session 3309Die Honeymoon-SuiteSeamus y Kali McKinney11.02.2019
session 3310twister campJim y Lisa Backman18.02.2019
session 3311A legacy preservedWakefield Wildlife Sanctuary, Kennebec Land Trust: Theresa Kerchner, directora ejecutiva, y Amy Lesko, representante de Kendra Shaw Estate25.02.2019
session 3312Golden years of family campingsandra stevenson04.03.2019
session 3313RohdiamantePam, Jane aka "Mom" and Suzanne aka "PMS"11.03.2019
session 3314dear yurtsGary y Mackenzi White18.03.2019
session 3315A dream come true - HockeytownJon y Amy Faitsch25.03.2019
session 3316La guarida de Dixie DogMamie Beale, "Dixie's" grandmother.1.4.2019
Season 4401A cabin in trainingRony y Hilary Porter4.12.2019
Season 4402A legacy lobster shackZach y Shannon Lindsey20.01.2020
Season 4403The call of the loinScott and Rachel Kopec27.01.2020
Season 4404Old cabin, new tricksTeaching an old shackAllen and Anne Springer03.02.2020
Season 4405a multifamily caseKevin and Alison and David and Megan10.02.2020
Season 4406Pasaporte a GreenvilleJerry y Wanda Nutt17.02.2020
Season 4407it takes a townThe Parish Council of Agassiz24.02.2020
Season 4408BallardJared y Mia Ballard2.3.2020
Season 4409Adaptation for the whole familyTony y Jeanne Sun09.02.2020
Season 4410lighthouse pointSaulterJay y Linda Saulter16.03.2020
Season 4411a tough fightConnie y Louise Nesbit23.03.2020
Season 4412A home for cabin captainsKennebec Cabin Company30.03.2020
Season 4413An island retreatrobertsLeon and Kim Roberts06.04.2020
season 5501A dream come trueEpisode 414 (updated December 2020)Jay y Sarah Wolfington13.04.2020
season 5502Cabin Master to the rescueEpisode 415 (updated December 2020)Gary y Ellen Fuller20.04.2020
season 5503A cabin for the whole familyEpisode 416 (updated December 2020)Larry and Noriko Pearson27.04.2020
season 5504Keeping dreams aliveEpisode 417 (updated December 2020)Kay and her son Dan Webster04.05.2020
season 5505a re-imaginingEpisode 418 (modified December 2020); The reimagining of Shaw Camp; ShowGreg y Denise Shaw11.05.2020
season 5506A cabin for future generations.Episode 419 (updated December 2020)Brothers Joe and Mary Loring18.05.2020
season 5507A changing of the guard campEpisode 420 (updated December 2020)Jeff y Leah Bickford25.05.2020
season 5508Repack - Top Ten Episodes of WaterfrontEpisode 410101.06.2020
season 5509Repack - The Ten Most Unique Compilationsepisode 410208.06.2020
season 5510Repack - Top Ten Most Challenging BuildsEpisode 410315.06.2020
season 5511Repackage: work Smahta, not HahdaEpisode 4104 - Work Smarter, Not Harder22.06.2020
season 5512Repack – Top 10 Island GetawaysEpisode 410529.06.2020
season 5513Repack: Top Ten Custom Builds That Turn Trash Into TreasureEpisode 4106 - From Trash to Treasure6.7.2020
season 5514Repack - Ask the cabin crewEpisode 410713.07.2020
season 5515Repack – Top Ten Family RetreatsEpisode 410820.07.2020
season 6601Maintain a passion that is “in stores”.Passion that they are "in stores".Alan y Kim Cornualles30.11.2020
season 6602Peace, love and a fallen pinePeace, Lova and a pineDave y Kelly Wilkinson01.02.2021
season 6603The old fishing campCharlene y Pennilyn Andersen08.02.2021
season 6604The monstrosity on the shoreRhett y Caroline Eldridge15.02.2021
season 6605New woman, new life in the cabinMike y Linda White22.02.2021
season 6606A very scary campIke Hamill29.03.2021
season 6607Buttoned and flawless heritageI'm Patty Costin05.04.2021
season 6608It takes a town of peopleKennebec Valley YMCA12.04.2021
season 6609Revival of the 200-year-old boathouseNate and Kirstin Laflin19.04.2021
season 6610Two bathrooms, no bedrooms.609 – The camp built in 72 hoursDave y Maria Emmith y Diane Maguire26.04.2021
season 6611Repackage: Best Summer Camps (shown out of order)15.03.2022
season 6612Repack - Ashley's Favorite Memories03.05.2021
season 6613Repackaged: Chase's Favorite Memories10.05.2021
season 6614Repack - Top Ten Camps for Kids17.05.2021
season 6615Repack: Ryan's Favorite Memories24.05.2021
season 6616Repacking - Ask the Cabin Masters, Part 231.05.2021
season 6617Repack – The ten best winter camps07.06.2021
season 6618Repackaged: Individual Parts You've Never Seen14.06.2021
season 7701lobster shackTed y Terry Wiederhorn29.11.2021
season 7702A new cabin legacyepisode 701Peter y Michele Henry06/12/2021
season 7703Chadwick's Cottage rivalryRobbie y Suzanne Chadwick13.12.2021
season 7704A cabin tribute to Mimi EvaChase y Sarah Morril20.12.2021
season 7705An old restored family cabinrecovered family cabinGeorge and Brenda Joseph27.12.2021
season 7706Cooper Cottage RefreshmentLeslie Cooper Morenus, David (son) and David's wife Christina and Jessica (daughter)03.01.2022
season 7707The $25 Manchester Post Office708 - Manchester Post OfficeDavid y Diana Worthing10.01.2022
season 7708A shack built by Bampyepisode 709Liz, Christopher and Joe Hersom17.01.2022
season 7709Foster's renovationepisode 711Warren y Sally Foster, Pam, Becky y Eric24.01.2022
season 7710Lincolnville Lake View Updateepisode 712Gary, Craig y Emily Reisner31.01.2022
season 7711A cabin with a stream running through it.713 - A hut and a streamLee, Lesley, Beth y Laura Herzig07.02.2022
season 7712Cook's Beach Camp Renovationepisode 714Craig y Tammy Lefebvre14.02.2022
season 7713Camp 'Countries go to the top!715 - A container conversionChuck, Chip y Bruce Webber21.02.2022
season 7714A container conversionepisode 715Brian y Amanda Barnett y Nick28.02.2022
season 7715A Medieval Maine Makeoverepisode 716Doug, Dave y Kristina07.03.2022
season 7716A blank slate for momepisode 717Bill y Kerry McQuaid, Sandy y Sherry14.03.2022
season 8801Occupy the daylight basementepisode 808Chip y Jan Rooney07/11/2022
season 8802The new old campepisode 809Dominic, Helen y Meladee Palumbo14.11.2022
season 8803give a dog a campepisode 810Andy y Terry Holland, Jonathan21.11.2022
season 8804Comfort at summer campepisode 811Maine YMCA Camp; Jeff and Kim Gleason28.11.2022

Season 8 episodes

801 - Conquer the Daylight Cellar

Release date:November 7, 2022
Ort:Big Pond, Belgrade
Owner:Chip y Jan Rooney
Budget and Schedule:$200,000, 7 Fun
Special projects:King Barnboard Headboard and Two Sets of Bunk Beds, Epoxy Basement Flooring
Summary:The Rooney family enjoys spending the summer with family and friends at Great Pond. But her camp has two big problems: It's too small for her three adult children to share, and it's so dark once inside that they hardly realize they're near a lake. Knowing that they are always up for opportunities, the Rooneys call Maine Cabin Masters in the hope that they can move in and add a floor below their existing footprint. It takes a lot of Yankee ingenuity and equipment, including I-beams, floor heaters, drain pumps, and dredges, to pull off this feat of engineering in the dead of winter. But the Cabin Masters are determined to give the Rooneys their perfect ocean stateroom!

802 - The New Old Camp

Release date:November 14, 2022
Ort:Lago Longo, Roma
Owner:Dominic, Helen y Meladee Palumbo
Budget and Schedule:$120,000 - $130,000, 8 Fun
Special projects:kitchen design
Summary:It was a terrifying day for the Palumbo family when a sudden strong storm brought down a huge tree at their campsite, with them inside. Although the family was injured but alive, their camp was not so lucky. The Palumbos' summer vacation was a total loss. Now ready to rebuild, who better to call you than Chase, Ashley, and the Maine Cabin Masters! While community guidelines require the exterior of the campground to remain the same, the Cabin Masters are getting creative with the interior, aiming to satisfy the Palumbos' desire for a larger bathroom and sundeck that feels connected. with the rest of the camp. Among the rubble, the Cabin Masters hope to create a miracle in which the Palumbo family can bring back old memories and create many new ones.

803 - Give a dog a bed

Release date:November 21, 2022
Owner:Andy y Terry Holland, Jonathan
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Dog bunks, wall hanging electric lamps
Summary:Close to the snowmobile trails is Holland Family Camp, a winter retreat built by Andy Holland's father. The humble camp was recently handed over to Andy and he, his wife Terry and his son Jonathan want them and their pack of rescue corgis to be comfortable so they can live year-round. The family knows they need an experienced hand to honor Dad's memory with the renovations, which is why they chose Chase, Ashley and Maine Cabin Masters for the job. On the family's wish list is a bigger bathroom, more interior lighting, and a year-round porch—a dream of Andy's father that has yet to come true. And of course, they need some special touches for Holland's furry friends. The Cabin Masters hope to make Andy and his dad's camping dreams come true and give the family a space to enjoy any time of year.

804 - Comfort Summer Camp

Release date:November 28, 2022
Ort:Veja Cobbosseecontee, Winthrop
Owner:Maine YMCA Camp; Jeff and Kim Gleason
Budget and Schedule:$24,000 (+~$15,000 in donated materials and labor), 10 weeks
Special projects:
quotes):Toilets "TiPs" in the pines: "Bungalow", toilet shed, "Grillzebo"
Summary:Each summer, boys and girls from all over New England attend Camp YMCA of Maine and spend their days swimming, playing sports and learning valuable life skills. But after nearly a hundred years of operation, some of the camp's buildings are in dire need of renovation, prompting the current camp managers, Jeff and Kim Gleason, to turn to the Maine cabin masters for help. Their wish list includes new restrooms for the campers, a shed for the camp cooks, a chicken coop for the camp chickens, and a covered outdoor barbecue area. With a big list and a small budget, Chase, Ashley, and the team must get creative as they salvage scrap materials, repurpose wood, and brave the coldest days of winter to complete the project in time for the summer camping season. If anyone can do it, it's the Maine Cabin Masters!

805 - A cabin for Karly

Release date:December 5, 2022
Ort:lagoon with three corners
Owner:kristin ericson
Budget and Schedule:
Special projects:
Summary:In the 1940s, Kristin Erickson's grandfather built two family cabins on Three-Corner Pond. Her mother and her father live in one, while she and her family spend the summer in the other cabin. With her parents' blessing, Kristin has committed to doing some renovations to make her happy vacation home a little more spacious for her extraordinarily tall husband, her son, and her daughter Karly. With the help of Chase and the Cabin Masters, the cabin will receive a spacious upgrade giving the kitchen more square footage, taller countertops for easier access to the kitchen, raised attic ceilings, an accessible bathroom for Karly, and a smoother walkway. from Erickson Lodge to Grandma and Grandpa through the woods.

season 7 episodes

There was no opening intro for season 7, that's all.Cabin Master of Mainelogo for a few seconds.

Episode title change:Season 7, Episode 13, "Camp 'Count Up!" and season 7, episode 14, "A Container Conversion" originally aired contrary to announcement. Because of this, many airlines still air one episode in their schedule and air the other. Currently, it is difficult to say what the air will be at any given time.

701 - Lobster Hut Race

Release date:November 29, 2021
Ort:BahĂ­a Daughty, Harpswell
Owner:Ted y Terry Wiederhorn
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, mid-summer (8 weeks)
Special projects:Elevated Lobster Pots, Whipoorwhill Lobster Buoy, Kayak Launch Dock, Lobster Trap Wooden Coffee Table
Summary:For Ted Wiederhorn, a cabin by the sea was his life's dream. He now finally got his wish after buying an abandoned lobster shack on a peninsula that is only accessible by boat or foot and has a 10- to 10-foot tidal range. But the property is in shambles and it's up to the Cabin Masters to make this cabin shake again. The Wiederhorns would love to use it as a yoga studio and overflow for guests, as well as Ted's lobster license. The project includes updating the old lobster shack to create a vibrant new space powered by solar energy, new docks for easy access, and removal of trash piles by barge. With a tight deadline and a budget of $50,000, Cabin Masters has some nautical construction ahead of them.

702 - A New Cabin Legacy

Release date:December 6, 2021
Ort:Flying Pool, Mt Vernon
Owner:Peter y Michele Henry
Budget and Schedule:$60,000, 16 weeks (turned out to be 12 weeks)
Special projects:Fused glass night light and loon-style window shutters, original table and chairs painted and added to screened porch
Summary:A family with a legacy of enjoying Maine's lakes just purchased a 30-year-old Gambrel Garage with an efficient second-story condo on Flying Pond. There are also two older outbuildings, a porch and a shed. But the apartment is too small and getting old for the family to be together. Chase and the Cabin Masters arrive in early winter to completely renovate this campsite in time for summer, using the old cabin for inspiration. With cold, slippery weather and the need to convert the entire first floor of a garage into a living space, Cabin Masters has a lot to do in a short time. But Chase and the team transform the space into a dream cabin, giving it a beautiful cabin feel and more than doubling the living space.
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703 - Rivalry at Chadwick's Cottage

Release date:December 13, 2021
Ort:Lago Cobbosseecontee, Winthrop
Owner:Robbie y Suzanne Chadwick
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Boat Bar, tray with bottle caps, Mainely Handrails Fire Pit
Summary:The Chadwick family purchased a cabin built by the Cony family in 1906 and now needs the help of the Cabin Master for a lengthy renovation. By the way, the Cony family also built Chase, Dixie and Ashley's old high school. A not-so-fun fact, Cony High School is Ryan, Brad and Jedi's old high school rival Gardiner. Can the team move past their previous schoolyard resentments to fix a rotten roof, completely remodel the interior, and add a custom fire pit and outdoor bar, all within a tight 8-week time frame?

704 - A cabin tribute to Mimi Eva

Release date:December 20, 2021
Ort:Annabessacook See, Monmouth
Owner:Chase y Sarah Morrill
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Rug Cushions with Hooks by Parris House Wool Works, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Artwork by Peggy and the Children in Memory of Mimi Eva
Summary:The Cabin Masters restore a cabin that belonged to Bette Davis for Chase's wife, Sarah, in honor of her late mother. With a budget of $40,000 and only 12 weeks to build, the team set to work updating the interior with a new kitchen, larger windows for more light, and Chase's modern decorating style. The latest restored cabin is one Mimi Eva would have been proud of and is ready for the next generation of the Morrill family.

705 - An old family cabin restored

Release date:December 27, 2021
Owner:George and Brenda Joseph
Budget and Schedule:$35,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Steel "Movement" artwork by Jamison York, laser cut map of current and past properties by Benoit's Design Co.
Summary:A family that has owned land in Maine for over 100 years recently repurchased land it had sold in the past. With the land and cabin back in the family, it's up to the Cabin Masters to upgrade them. Chase and the crew begin by removing the old chimney, raising and leveling it, removing 4 to 5 inches of snow from the interior, and then building a completely new bedroom and bathroom. They shape the property even in muddy and icy winter conditions. Finally, they find their centers while creating a yoga and meditation space in front of beautiful windows.

706 - Refresh no Cooper Cottage

Release date:January 3, 2022
Owner:Leslie Cooper Morenus, David (son) and David's wife Christina and Jessica (daughter)
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Driftwood sea glass chandelier sourced from property shoreline, cast epoxy kitchen counter, dock leading down to Harpswell Sound water
Summary:The Cooper family has been coming to the farmhouse their grandfather built in the 1970s for generations. But now it's time for an upgrade, and this cabin needs something completely new. Good thing the Cabin Masters are here to refresh the interior of the kitchen and bedrooms, add more secure access to the loft, and add a new screened-in porch. They also plan to remove a flammable apple shed from the property and build safe stairs to shore. With a 12-week schedule and a budget of $30,000, it's time for Cabin Masters to pick up where Grandpa left off and bring this cabin into the 21st century.

707 - Manchester Post Office $25

Release date:January 10, 2022
Owner:David y Diana Worthing
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:planters with commercial mailbox windows; Sliding bench swing made from an old car seat found on the property
Summary:The Cabin Masters are converting the first post office ever built in Manchester, used from 1945 to 1962, into a small cabin in an off-grid location. With a bid of $25, the Worthing family won the post office to repurpose it. Now, after so many years of dormancy on their property after it was moved there some 15 years ago, the Worthings have enlisted the help of Cabin Masters to convert it into a history-preserving cabin, complete with an additional outhouse. With a budget of $25,000 and an 8-week schedule, the team is springing into action to complete this unique build on time and on budget.

708 - A hut built by Bampy

Release date:January 17, 2022
Ort:Lagoa de Upper Narrows, Winthrop
Owner:Liz, Christopher and Joe Hersom
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:A family initial "H" carved into kitchen cabinet wood from the same church as the floor, a custom Shriners emblem to hang on the gable end
quotes):"¡¡¡Es Dougie!!!"
Summary:Originally built for a bachelorette party with floors reclaimed from a church in Pittston, Maine, grandfather and shriner Rick "Bampy" Hersom renovated and maintained the family cabin for generations. His recent death has left more than one family missing him very much; he left his favorite place lost from him. The Cabin Masters are springing into action and eager to pick up where he left off, building a larger bathroom and kitchen, and adding a new loft space for Hersom's growing family. But when Doug the plumber digs up the septic tank, he discovers it's rotten and needs a complete overhaul. Can the Cabin Masters keep this build on budget and on schedule, or will this unexpected project halt construction?

709 - Renewal of Foster

Release date:January 24, 2022
Ort:Lago Cobbosseecontee, Manchester
Owner:Warren y Sally Foster, Pam, Becky y Eric
Budget and Schedule:$35,000 - $40,000, 10 weeks
Special projects:Stone fireplace, antique wood jelly cabinet converted to distressed finish bathroom cabinet, plasma cut "Foster" nameplate on steel railing restored by Mainely Handrails
Summary:Many years ago, Chase's father, Eric Morrill, renovated Foster's cabin. The cabin has been owned by the Fosters since 1871 and has even been converted into a public bathing area. The cabin has a personal history for Chase and Ashley, as well as their Uncle Lee and Aunt Sharen. By adding a new bathroom, improving the use of space, and revamping the landscaping, The Cabin Masters hopes to follow Eric Morrill's lead and make this cabin special. Along the way, the team will spot a colony of voracious carpenter ants, Ryan will practice his landscaping skills with the team's new tractor, and the Masters will struggle to fit the new shower over the front door while restoring the old jam cabinet and octagon. window in the frontispiece.

710 - Lincolnville Lake View Update

Release date:January 31, 2022
Ort:Pitcher-Teich, Lincolnville
Owner:Gary, Craig y Emily Reisner
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 10 weeks
Special projects:Outdoor Herb Garden Wall Hanging Steel Bunk Beds in Shed
quotes):"Don't let your Monday ruin your Sunday." - Ryan's shirt
Summary:The Reisner family vacations in Lincolnville every summer on a mission to modernize their thirty-year-old cabin. But every summer they get too distracted not to enjoy Maine and end up doing nothing. Compete in the Maine Cabin Masters to stay on target! But around every corner of this project are construction surprises that slow the masters down, like finding a lot of rot on the sills under the windows. In addition to fixing up the cabin, the crew is renovating a shed and building a new boathouse so the family can enjoy the summer. The captains are racing to finish the boathouse, but they must take their time to adhere to the strict permit guidelines. Chase and his team must maintain focus and precision to complete Reisner's cabin on time!

711 - A hut through which a stream flows

Release date:February 7, 2022
Ort:Pitcher-Teich, Lincolnville
Owner:Lee, Lesley, Beth y Laura Herzig
Budget and Schedule:$60,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Firebox made from an old wooden gumball canister, table lamp made from Ashley's guitar, concrete steps down to the pond removed and replaced with aluminum ladders and pillars
quotes):"Maine Cabin Masters, our cabin is a mess!" - The Herzig family
Summary:Chase, Ashley and Ryan arrive at the Herzig family camp with a pleasant surprise; The family came together to sing an original song! But the lyrics reflect the family situation in a darker light; "Maine Cabin Masters, our cabin is a mess. MCM, we need you!" With her father having a heart attack and Covid the same year and their campsite sinking due to a creek running below, Beth and Laura Herzig managed to survive. But the Cabin Masters came to the rescue to get this family back on track! With a budget of $60,000, a goal of winterizing the cabin, and a tight schedule to get it all done, it's up to the construction team to help the Herzig family change their thinking.

712 - Cook's Beach Camp Review

Release date:February 14, 2022
Ort:big lagoon
Owner:Craig y Tammy Lefebvre
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Restoration and use of the original "Cook's Beach - 600 ft" sign found under the second building, restoration of a 4 drawer dresser found in storage. Lockers on the main porch of the camp
Summary:The Lefebvre family has just purchased a camp that, in Ryan's words, "...will win the best property, maybe the worst camp?" Once a public beach, the cabin and shed rotted on the property for over thirty years, to the point where rats were literally raining down from the roof! With the cabin needing a complete renovation and the bunk house being built from the ground up, Cabin Masters is very busy. But with 12 weeks to go and a budget of $50,000 for both structures, the team will design quickly to take this camp from the worst to the best!

713 - Camp 'Contee sobe!

Release date:February 21, 2022
Owner:Chuck, Chip y Bruce Webber
Budget and Schedule:$30,000 - $40,000, 12 weeks (ready in 6 weeks)
Special projects:Repurposing the door in the bulge as a table, fallen leaves and clipped cattail art into a screen door, rock garden for brother Dylan's headstone
Summary:At Lake Cobbosseecontee, the Maine Cabin Masters arrive to help the Webbers remodel their 1960s family cabin. The cabin needs more space, but there's a problem; The team cannot build from the original footprint, only up. That, plus a budget of $30,000, falling sheet metal from the roof, and a downed power pole during demolition keep the crew on their toes. But what starts out as an annoying puzzle soon becomes one of Ryan's favorite campgrounds, and the finished cabin is an incredible transformation from the 1960s original.

714 - A container transformation

Release date:February 28, 2022
Owner:Brian y Amanda Barnett y Nick
Budget and Schedule:$60,000, 14 weeks
Special projects:Happy Hour Power Steel Signage, Custom Spiral Staircase, Steel Exterior Fireplace, Pressure Treated Custom Loungers
Summary:When the Barnett family purchased their land on Sebec Lake, grand plans for a lakeside cabin stalled due to rising costs of building materials. So they got creative and acquired an old shipping container to turn into their dream camp. They knew it would take a lot of imagination and skill to transform the container shell into a functional warehouse, so they brought in Chase, Ashley, and Maine Cabin Masters. But this structure is a challenge for the Cabin Masters team, who are used to working on wooden walls instead of metal. They must also build most of the cabin hours away from the Barnetts' land and then send them home forever. Will he survive the two hour journey? One thing is for sure, if anyone is up to the task, it's the Maine Cabin Masters!

715 - A medieval reform in Maine

Release date:March 7, 2022
Ort:Burgundar Dorf, Henderson
Owner:Doug, Dave y Kristina
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Live-edged benches around fireplace with burned "Burgundar" outlines, on-site merchant wagon repair and restoration, "B" period flags for inside inn and some outside, "Live, Laugh, LARP" sign
Summary:Deep in the woods of Maine, cabin bosses Chase and Ashley were calledBurgundy, a medieval live-action RPG community that needs the help of builders. Burgundar's market stall, bonfire, and gathering inn fail, and the Cabin Masters team must band together to save the day. The Masters have big plans for the camp, but they must battle a violent storm and winter sweeping across the land, putting them in danger of losing their timeline. Will the Cabin Masters prevail and give the Burgundian community a campsite that will stand the test of time?

716 - A Blank Slate for Mom

Release date:March 14, 2022
Ort:David Teich, Fayette
Owner:Bill y Kerry McQuaid, Sandy y Sherry
Budget and Schedule:$75,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Hanger made from golf clubs, spiral staircase made from oak, wreath made from local branches
Summary:The McQuaids recently became owners of a vacant lot across the street from their beloved David Pond cabin, and they figured there was no better way to use it than to build their mom a cabin of her own. She and her late husband, the patriarch of the McQuaid family, loved to go to the lake, and a new cabin would be the ideal realization of her dream together. It really is a blank slate for the Cabin Masters, who will design a camp that can serve the McQuaids for years to come. They are careful to incorporate some special memories of McQuaid's father into what they hope will be a second home. Few people can say they've had a Cabin Masters Original from the start, and the McQuaids are excited about what they're creating!

717 Repack - Fully Decorated

Release date:July 11, 2022
Summary:The Maine Cabin Masters have all hands on deck counting their top 10 fully decorated staterooms. These decks were the biggest wrecks before the Masters arrived to cut out the rot and restore these outdoor areas for fun in the Maine sun.

718 Repack - Favorite Jedi and Dixie Moments

Release date:July 18, 2022
Summary:For years, Jedi and Dixie have worked alongside Chase, Ashley and Ryan to rebuild and restore cabins across the state of Maine, creating many fond memories in the process. In this episode, Dixie and Jedi revisit some of their favorite builds, thrills, and special projects. Whether working in frigid conditions, stealing an afternoon of fly-fishing, or finding time for a game of hockey, Jedi and Dixie make sure the Cabin Master's path isn't all work and all fun. The team wouldn't be the same without them, so tune in and check out all the special moments and memories they've created along the way.

719 Repack - Staterooms that were not Staterooms

Release date:July 25, 2022
Summary:Whether it's a tight budget or a lack of materials, sometimes Maine cabin masters have to get creative when it comes to building and restoring campgrounds for their clients. Tonight, Cabin Masters count down their top ten campouts that started with something other than campout. From renovating old sheds and shipping containers to medieval times in an RPG village, join the masters as they revisit their favorite campsites that started out as something different. If it has a roof and walls, Chase, Ashley, Ryan and the Cabin Masters team can turn it into a cabin.

720 Repack - These camps are cooking!

Release date:August 1, 2022
Summary:Fire up the grill and put on the lobster because tonight's episode is all about Maine cooking. No one wants to go on vacation with an empty stomach, so over the years, Maine Cabin Masters has built outdoor kitchens, grills, and ovens so campground owners can feed their families and friends. Tonight, they'll revisit some of their favorite restaurants that brought food and feelings to Vacationland. From hunting lodge kitchens and wood stoves to chilling and grilling in backyards and drinking on the water, join the masters of the inn as they set up their favorite campsites.

721 Repack - Most Historic Camps

Release date:August 8, 2022
Summary:Grab your time machine and a comfortable chair, because tonight the Maine Cabin Masters is counting down from its ten most historic campgrounds. Over the years, the Masters have renovated and preserved many campgrounds steeped in Vacationland history and tradition, adding a modern twist to their designs without losing their vintage charm. From old dilapidated cabins and beach clubs to century-old farmhouses and abandoned log cabins, join the masters as they dust off, remove rot, and overhaul restorations of classic cabins throughout Maine. This episode is one for the history books!

722 Repack - From the Strait to the Camp

Release date:August 15, 2022
Summary:Stretch out and get ready to tear down some walls, because tonight the Maine Cabin Masters counts down their top ten cabins, which ranged from tight to camp. When camping, everyone needs their own space. As families grow and children grow, no one wants to be cooped up on vacation. Over the years, the Masters have opened up roofs and expanded to transform tiny one-bedroom vacation homes into cozy two-story retreats. From sweltering $10 for ten campsites and space-squeezing floor plans to expanded floor plans and heady additions, join the Masters as they renovate spacious cabins throughout the great state of Maine.

723 Repack - Tour de Maine

Release date:August 22, 2022
Summary:Put on your sneakers and pack your bags, because tonight you'll be taking the Maine Cabin Masters on a tour of their home state. Over the course of an hour, Chase, Ashley, and Ryan will share some of their favorite areas, activities, and cabins in the Pine Tree State. From Smalls Falls and shelling along the coast to lobster boat fishing and hiking through pine forests, you'll be taken from the mountains of the Northwest to Down East on the Maine coast and, at the end of this tour , you will be planning your own trip to the team stadium What better tour guides than Cabin Masters!

Season 6 episodes

Repack 611, "Best Summer Camps", aired on March 15, 2021 between episodes 605 and 606 out of order.

601 - Maintain a passion that is "in the stalls."

Release date:November 30, 2020
Ort:East Pond, Oakland
Owner:Alan y Kim Cornualles
Budget and Schedule:$30,000 - $40,000, 6 - 8 weeks
Special projects:Paintings and family photos framed by decorative metal plaques found in the stand which saved some of Colby College's squash and basketball courts for use in the Cornwall stand mounted the "C" for Colby's basketball court in a box of shadow for "Cornwall". hanging in the cabin.
Summary:On the first day of summer, a couple asks for help expanding their camp at East Pond, which Alan's grandfather bought in 1970. They need more space for their families, but still want to keep their camp for the future. One daughter even stays in a tent on the deck because there is no room for her inside.

602 - Peace, love and a fallen pine tree

Release date:February 1, 2021
Ort:Bear Pond, Hartford
Owner:Dave y Kelly Wilkinson
Budget and Schedule:$55,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Repainted and used hand painted trim boards on porch ceiling, restored old marquee with new Maine flag screen, 2nd story loft with library staircase added by owners, added new stairs to the lake
Summary:Dave Wilkinson had dreamed of camping at Bear Pond since the 1960s. His father spent his summers chopping wood by the lake, and Dave set up a simple camp on the shore whenever he could. A decade ago, the Wilkinson family, Dave, his wife Kelly and their sons Rex and Cy fulfilled their dream and purchased "Wit's End" in Hartford, ME. But a terrible winter storm and a fallen tree threatened to destroy the camp. Heartbroken, the Wilkinsons pleaded with Chase and the Cabin Masters to rescue them. The structure is being strengthened to stand the test of time and with Rex and Cy expecting their first child, space is being created for the growing family to spread out. The Wilkinsons are crazy, and the Cabin Masters plan to not only preserve that, but also celebrate the quirks of camp, with a new face at Dave's old store.

603 - The old fishing camp

Release date:February 8, 2021
Ort:Lago Clary, WeiĂźfeld
Owner:Charlene y Pennilyn Andersen
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 10 weeks (completed in 8 weeks)
Special projects:Colorful Tupperware mug on cabinet, dock with bench and solar lights, moonlit bottle chandelier, wooden door handles made from tree branches
Summary:An old fish tale claims that before the Andersen family took over their camp at Clary Lake in 1964, they could buy a cabin for $5, complete with a massage and a bottle of liquor. True or not, sisters Charlene Andersen and Pennilyn Dudley fondly remember many stories from the last 50 years of living in the camp. While the campground has been very popular and well lived-in over the years, it hasn't gotten the TLC it deserves. The sisters hope that with a splash of color, Chase and the Cabin Masters team can restore their family camp to health.

604 - The eyesore on the beach

Release date:February 15, 2021
Owner:Rhett y Caroline Eldridge
Budget and Schedule:$55,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Cribbage board made from one of the original camp boards, favors requested to stay on budget (concrete for foundation, red stone for parking retaining wall), stone and steel fire pit, navy canvas chair for Ashley's Caroline, scrap but almost new steel spiral staircase, Ryan and Ashley also contributed $15,000 to $20,000 as it is his brother's warehouse
Summary:The Eldridge family has lived on Cobbosseeconntee Lake for nearly a century. For the past thirty years, they have been the notorious owners of the lake's biggest eyesore: an abandoned one-story building with peeling paint and a crumbling retaining wall. Now, with the help of Chase, Ryan and the rest of the Cabin Masters, Ryan's younger brother Rhett and his wife Caroline will no longer own the biggest monstrosity on earth. However, when the team begins to investigate the old shack, they discover that this small job poses some of the biggest problems they have ever faced.

605 - New wife, new life in the cabin

Release date:February 22, 2021
Ort:Big Pond, Belgrade
Owner:Mike y Linda White
Budget and Schedule:$60,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Barn quilt art, refinished hardwood floors, epoxy basement floors
Summary:Mike and Linda White's cabin on Great Pond in Belgrade, ME is a true family campout. In 1957, Linda's father sold his Ford Convertible for funds to purchase the cabin and gave it to his daughter after adding interior walls, a kitchen, and a striking red fireplace. When White married in 2019, Linda not only got a husband, but she also added three children to the family, his wife and six grandchildren. To comfortably accommodate the entire family for generations to come, the newlyweds now need to expand and update their cabin, and they believe Chase and the Cabin Masters are best qualified for the job. To make the cabin larger and brighter, Cabin Masters will add a bright basement with bathroom, two bedrooms and an open plan living room. It will also retain details from Linda's father, including the original hardwood floors and red fireplace. When all is said and done, the White family will have a campsite large enough for the entire clan to live life to the fullest.

606 - A very creepy camp

Release date:March 29, 2021
Ort:Langer Teichbach, Monte Vernon
Owner:Ike Hamill
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Bookcase made from shutters removed from the warehouse, wooden patio and roof/gazebo with drop-down pump house, stone wood-burning stove, stone shower, restored table and chairs with specially carved leather seats
Summary:You never know what might be on a dirt road in Maine, where the Hamill family's 1963 Mount Vernon cabin is eerily isolated. When owner Ike Hamill's father bought his dream creekside campground in 1996, after many years of looking forward to it and river trips, little did he know it would become his son's favorite place to write romance novels. of terror, especially during a thunderstorm. . For the rest of the Hamill family, the cabin is a place of fun and joy. While they love the fact that it's as rustic as possible, with just the essentials (320 square feet and no kitchen, bathroom, or electricity), the Hamill family hopes Chase and the Cabin Masters can improve the livability of the camp. By adding electricity, running water, and a 16-by-20-foot outbuilding that would double the size of the camp, the Cabin Masters would create the cabin Ike's father always dreamed of, rustic charm and all.

607 - Buttoned and Flawless Heritage

Release date:5. April 2021
Ort:Farr's Cove, Lake Cobbosseecontee, West Gardiner
Owner:Tim and Patty Costin
Budget and Schedule:$75,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Bespoke pine shades for a table lamp and floor lamp, from old wooden street signs found on cabin walls to build a toddler playhouse, upholstered cushions for the glider pilot, a family of 1897 he found it in the camp and made a presentation box for it
Summary:Tim and Patty Costin met as teenagers in Maine and fell in love not far from Farr's Cove, where they bought their first lakeside home in 1990, an 1890s campground. The growing Costin family needs more space than it provides its hundred-year-old store. As new grandparents, Tim and Patty want to create a family home where they can watch and enjoy their grandchildren's growth, just as their children have enjoyed at Farr's Cove for the past three decades. The team needs to add an entryway and bedroom, expand the second-story attic, and maintain the charm of the warehouse.

608 - It takes a town full of people

Release date:April 12, 2021
Owner:Kennebec Valley YMCA
Budget and Schedule:$0, 12 weeks
Special projects:A sign for the building made of "Cookies" and epoxy, double-sided folding easels with built-in tall shelves, "Cookies" painted for inspiration, similarly painted bricks made by the entire team
Summary:As children, Chase and Ashley spent their summers at the Kennebec Valley YMCA. Ashley believes her years at Y may have inspired and fueled her love of design today. Now, decades later, her youth summer camp is in dire need of a new Arts and Crafts building; And with no budget for the project, the YMCA knows there's only one team willing to take the job: Chase, Ashley, and the rest of the Cabin Masters. With the help of the community, Chase and the team battle winter to complete construction before it starts to snow. This is the first project the team has built from scratch to finished construction. The Y asked for 20' x 20', but the team opted for 32' x 26', which became 30' x 26'.

609 - Revival of the 200 year old boathouse

Release date:April 19, 2021
Owner:Nate and Kirstin Laflin
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:A red puffin boat for the Laflin daughters that converts to a bed, a detachable slide from the deck directly into the water.
Summary:Nate and Kirstin Laflin and their family fell in love with the early 1900's camp called "The Little Red Camp" the moment they saw it. This 200 year old boathouse on Cobbosseecontee Lake is a rare find as it is situated directly on the water, something a would-be campground owner would never find today. After a boat ride to camp with Ryan's mother, Paula Thomas, as the pilot, Chase and his crew must figure out how to keep the cabin safe near water while raising and strengthening it, solving problems with rot and uneven walls, and finally , add a second story to create more space for the Laflins to enjoy their summer vacation with their two young daughters.

610 - 2 bathrooms, no bedrooms

Release date:April 26, 2021
Ort:Ver Annabessacook, Winthrop
Owner:Dave & Maria Emmith y Diane Maguire
Budget and Schedule:$55,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Aluminum gangway and boat ladder manufactured by Mainely Handrails to connect the two lofts, stump carved from a chainsaw eagle, three skylights for added light
quotes):"Do you want to poop together?" - Ryan to Ashley, in separate bathrooms
Summary:For 40 years, Dave Emmith has dreamed of following in his grandparents' footsteps and owning a campground on Lake Annabessacook in Winthrop, ME. In 2006, when the lakeside land was up for sale, he jumped at the opportunity. From there, Dave set out with plans to build a cabin. With the help of his family, they were able to set up camp in 72 hours! Now a new retiree, Dave is trying to turn the cabin into a sanctuary for his wife and himself. However, the cabin, built in 72 hours, lacks some of the most common amenities. For starters, there are no rooms. Dave designed it to be just a cabin with two bathrooms and a small kitchen. With this, the Emmiths want to make their camp more spacious by creating a master bedroom and separating the two camp bathrooms so they can enjoy all the cabin has to offer with their family and friends. They also wanted a new pier to replace the rickety one there. Looking ahead, Dave already had planning permission in the window.

611 Repack - The best summer camps

Release date:March 15, 2021
Summary:Cabin Masters ranks their top 10 summer camps that offer the best barbecue, lake relaxation, and summer shenanigans. Plus, Chase, Ashley and Ryan share deleted scenes and reveal incredible dressing room transformations.

612 Repack - Ashley's Favorite Memories

Release date:May 3, 2021
Summary:Ashley takes the lead as she reminisces about her favorite Cabin Master memories. From Chase's clever and quirky ways to get them to new camps, playing boss, finding strange items at demos, favorite hikes and Maine crafters, to working with Lance and collaborating with Ryan almost every day. Along with your favorite revelations, fun and laughter around every corner are among your best options. There are also a number of deleted scenes that have not been shared on social media.
(Video) What happened to “Maine Cabin Masters”?

613 Repack - Chase's Favorite Memories

Release date:May 10, 2021
Summary:Chase takes a trip down memory lane when he reveals some inside information only Cabin Masters know about. From the lasting impressions his father left on him, including scrap metal picking, working in a business with the family, working with the Mini Masters and charity projects, to the times he wondered why he got into this business. , Chase tells it all.

614 Repack - Top Ten Camps for Kids

Release date:May 17, 2021
Summary:The Cabin Masters joke around as they count down their top 10 campouts for kids! They'll fly down zip lines, make moose calls and build a giant board game while visiting kid-friendly cabins that will appeal to everyone's inner child. Several deleted scenes are also included, including disc golf at Camp Agassiz, Ashley shopping for water toys for the kids at Northwoods Outfitters in Greenville, and more information about Ashley's mouse.

615 Repack - Ryan's Favorite Memories

Release date:May 24, 2021
Summary:Ryan leads the charge on this trip down memory lane as he shares the inside scoop on Cabin Masters. He will reveal what life was like for him before he became a carpenter, what it's like to build with Chase, and what he really thinks about working with Ashley.

616 Repack - Ask the Cabin Masters, Part 2

Release date:May 31, 2021
Summary:Chase, Ryan and Ashley answer questions from their viewers on social media. They reveal behind-the-scenes anecdotes, new commentary on their biggest challenges, a special ode to each of their high school alma maters, and never-before-seen footage of the team rebuilding the 1807 Damariscotta Fish Ladder.

617 Repack - Top Ten Winter Camps

Release date:June 7, 2021
Summary:Chase, Ashley and Ryan come together as they count down their top 10 winter camps. They had to contend with icy tools, weather delays, and blinding snowstorms to renovate and insulate cabins made to be warmed by fire.

618 Repack - Custom Parts You've Never Seen

Release date:June 14, 2021
Summary:With deleted footage and extended scenes, Cabin Masters shows off all the custom bells and whistles that slipped through the cracks. They'll revisit the good, the bad, and just plain ugly that never lit up their moment, including propane bulbs at Whitefield Sanctuary that they converted to LEDs, an A-Frame two-family race car at Moosehead Lake, and words of wisdom from Bill Savage.

Season 5 episodes

Originally airing as part of Season 4 as 414-420, these episodes were renumbered 501-507 to create Season 5 around December 3, 2020.

Duplicate Episode Title:Season 3 Episode 15 and Season 5 Episode 1 (previously Season 4 Episode 14) are titled "A Dream Come True". I changed the title of season 3 episode 15 to "A Dream Come True - Hockeytown" here and on the IMDb episode guide to distinguish between the two episodes.

501 - A dream come true

Release date:April 13, 2020
Owner:Jay y Sarah Wolfington
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Loft railings made from vintage water skis, baseball mitt chair and baseball ottoman
Summary:A Florida family of four lives in their dream home on a beautiful Maine lake. But from the kitchen to the beams, it needs some serious updating to really hold up and function in the winter months. Chase and his team are up for the task.

502 - Cabin Captain to the Rescue

Release date:April 20, 2020
Owner:Gary y Ellen Fuller
Budget and Schedule:$20,000 ASAP
Special projects:Concrete stripped epoxy floors, combo deer hanger and swing set with Mini Masters swing set, "Registered Maine Guide" handmade tapestry, antler chandelier, butcher table bar
Summary:A couple have started building a small cabin after inheriting 97 acres in Manchester, Maine, but the Maine Master Guide's health problems make the job difficult. They ask Chase and the team to finish the project so they can have fun with their children and grandchildren.

503 - A cabin for the whole family

Release date:April 27, 2020
Ort:Hechch, Wayne
Owner:Larry and Noriko Pearson
Budget and Schedule:$15,000, 6-8 weeks
Special projects:Pottery whistle handmade by a Wayne potter, privacy screen made from antique shutters, outdoor stone bench
quotes):"Getting naked is easy when there are seven men around!" -ryan
Summary:A man calls on Cabin Masters to repair and renovate his family's 1954 off-the-net fishing camp, which was converted from a tent rig on Pickerel Pond in Wayne. He's waiting for a porch to enjoy with his grandkids, his wife is waiting for a spot for his massage table, and the team must act fast before winter hits.

504 - Keeping Dreams Alive

Release date:May 4, 2020
Owner:Kay and her son Dan Webster
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 10 weeks
Special projects:Timber framing system, downhill railroad ties, handmade suspended bench swing on screened porch
Summary:Chase and the team are tasked with renovating a family's cabin in Winthrop that has fallen into disrepair and has not been used since the late 1990s. They must scale a treacherous hill to stabilize the camp and make necessary repairs so the family can I can enjoy it for another. 42 years

505 - A reinterpretation

Release date:May 11, 2020
Ort:Messalonskee Lake, aka "Snow Pond", Sydney
Owner:Greg y Denise Shaw
Budget and Schedule:$70,000, 3 Fun
Special projects:Live edge dining table and headboard both made with barn planks taken from the cabin.
Summary:A couple finds a cabin untouched for years on the beautiful shores of Messalonskee Lake, also known as "Snow Pond" in Sydney. With a vintage hibernation interior, Chase and the team are updating the property for 3-4 seasons while preserving its rustic beauty.

506 - A cabin for future generations

Release date:May 18, 2020
Ort:Little Sebago Lake, gray
Owner:Brothers Joe and Mary Loring
Budget and Schedule:$60,000 - $65,000, late spring
Special projects:Paddle tapestries with names of brothers, triangular iron bell
Summary:A woman and her five siblings struggle to keep up with repairs to their family's cabin on Little Sebago Lake, Maine. Chase and the crew step in to revamp the floor plan, and in a show first remove the cabin from its foundation to renovate it, make room for their families, and make it more accessible for the older generation.

507 - Camp Changing of the Guard

Release date:May 25, 2020
Ort:Lago Weaver, Vassalboro
Owner:Jeff y Leah Bickford
Budget and Schedule:$50,000 (became $70,000), 16 weeks (became 18 weeks)
Special projects:Handmade flag pillowcase, ammunition box coffee table imitating an old wooden ammunition box on the estate, poured concrete basement floor to keep out moisture, precast hardwood floors and plumbing both donated by Maxton's because the owners are military, red white and blue. they are loft railing, outdoor handmade wooden american flag, outdoor full height flagpole
Summary:As a couple, he is retired and she is a member of the National Guard, recently inheriting the cabin where she spent her summers in Vassalboro and it is in dire need of repair. Unexpectedly and for the first time in a show, the team finds that they must tear the entire structure down to the original floor and recreate a dream cabin for the whole family.

508 Repack - Top Ten Waterfront-Episodio

Release date:June 1, 2020
Summary:Chase, Ryan and Ashley reveal their viewers' favorite beachfront projects. Deleted scenes include Jedi rescuing a family of stray mice.

509 Repack: Top Ten Most Exclusive Builds

Release date:June 8, 2020
Summary:Chase, Ryan, and Ashley take a fun look at picking their only favorites from so many great campouts over the years. These are not stands specifically, but, with few exceptions, other parts of episodes or projects outside of the stands themselves.

510 Repack - Top Ten Most Challenging Builds

Release date:June 15, 2020
Summary:Chase, Ryan and Ashley present their most challenging builds from all four seasons. Deleted scenes include Dixie firing a miniature cannon at the Twister cabin in Bridgton.

511 Repack - Work Smahta, not Hahda

Release date:June 22, 2020
Summary:The Maine Cabin Masters team shares their favorite building and remodeling tips and tricks, including tips for demos, woodworking and storage, using cedar and wood framing, working with craftsmen and craftsmen to create custom designs, open ceilings to create more space, rot management, including lifting, leveling, and reassembling items, preventing rot with techno-metal poles, repurposing and repurposing things to save money, and a few Maine hacks. And it's a "trog", pronounced "trof".

512 Repack - Top Ten Island Getaways

Release date:June 29, 2020
Summary:Chase, Ryan and Ashley reveal their favorite designs from Island Escape viewers.
Observation:One of the cabins in this episode is the Nutt cabin from season 4 episode 6, "Passport to Greenville". However, in this episode of Top Ten Island Escapes, Nutt's cabin is verbally incorrectly referred to as "The Call Of The Loon", which is Kopec's cabin from season 4 episode 3.

513 Repack - Die zehn besten Trash-to-Treasure-Custom-Builds

Release date:July 6, 2020
Summary:The Cabin Masters tally up the top 10 projects that turned trash into treasure, as voted on by fans. Using his most creative upcycles, Chase and his team have repurposed relics that add a unique touch to each camp. The real question is: "Is Chase a hoarder?"

514 Repack - Ask the cabin managers

Release date:July 13, 2020
Summary:Chase, Ryan and Ashley are answering questions from their fans on their social media pages. From Ryan and Ashley working together as a couple to construction-related issues, the team provides behind-the-scenes stories and commentary on the project. Deleted scenes include a cruise aboard the 1914 Katahdin steamboat at the Moosehead Lake Marine Museum and a better look at 19th-century lumber transported from Lake Quakish in Millinocket.

515 Repack - Top Ten Family Retreats

Release date:July 20, 2020
Summary:Cabin Masters shares the top 10 fan-voted family retreats. This retrospective showcases beloved family artwork, historical landmarks, and dedicated stewards committed to restoring the sacred memories of those who died but were not forgotten.

Season 4 episodes

Chase's descriptions of his team returned in the season 4 intro, while the group photo featured Chase, Ashley, Ryan, Dixie, and Jedi. And after playing with on-screen CAD in previous seasons, the show has also transitioned from explaining project-specific changes via a whiteboard and marker at the beginning of an episode (sometimes during unexpected changes) to using animated CAD drawings. visualizations by keeping the drawings simple.

401 - A cabin in training

Release date:December 4, 2019
Ort:Piper Pond, Abt
Owner:Rony y Hilary Porter
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Iron Tractor Rolling Stool Rabbit Wood Carved Artwork by Doug Frati for Kitchen
Summary:A couple bought a quaint cabin with an accompanying train car. Chase and crew are converting both spaces to create storage, expanding the main cabin with more sleeping space, interior plumbing and an updated galley, while the galley offers more sleeping and storage space.

402 - A Hummer Legacy Cabin

Release date:January 20, 2020
Ort:Isla Orrs, Harpswell
Owner:Zach y Shannon Lindsey
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 7-11 weeks
Special projects:Bar made from an old wooden Chris Craft mirror Lobster Buoy Solar Deck Lighting
quotes):"All functional." -Ashley
Summary:A couple inherited their quaint cabin from their grandfather, a boat builder who solidly built the cabin in 1978. With a newly built dock providing a stable foundation, Chase and his team focus on transforming the old fishing shack and fishing of lobsters in a fun family cabin. .

403 - The Knave's Call

Release date:January 27, 2020
Owner:Scott and Rachel Kopec
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Chief Needahbeh theme, including a Chief Needahbeh fly shadow box made by Dixie and Ashley
Summary:Known as the "Call of the Loon," the cabin on the shores of Moosehead Lake was repurchased in 2011 by Rachel, the great-granddaughter of Walter Gerrish, who built it in 1931. Chief Needahbeh of the Penobscot tribe owned it in the 1950s and he seems to have painted two murals in the hut. He also collected stones from most states, marked them, and used them to build the estate's stone oven. Chase and the team are updating the amenities and adding a second story to accommodate the large family.

404 - Old cabin, new tricks

Release date:February 3, 2020
Owner:Allen and Anne Springer
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 12 weeks
Special projects:Sailor bag with map of the coast of Casco Bay with heart in the campsite
Summary:For the past 20 years, a family has made lasting memories from their cabin overlooking Harpswell Sound, but the cabin needs some work to see the next 20 years and beyond. Chase and crew raise and level the cabin and add a second-story loft to accommodate the next generation of the family.

405 - A Family Affair

Release date:February 10, 2020
Owner:Kevin and Alison and David and Megan
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Stone patio made from bits of slate and crushed stone found on property, elk ridge made from paint cans and twine, floating floating mat, custom wagon given to owners to haul equipment on railroad tracks (with railroad permit) ...see "Ten Most Challenging Builds", Season 5, Special Episode 10)
Summary:Some couples found a secluded cabin and fell in love with the idea of ​​owning and restoring it. Chase and the team are busy repairing and restoring this diamond in the rough, only accessible by a 2-mile hike along the railroad tracks or by boat across the lake.

406 - Pasaporte a Greenville

Release date:February 17, 2020
Ort:Lago Moosehead, cruce de Greenville
Owner:Jerry y Wanda Nutt
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Custom Carved Wood Faucet Handle for Desired Portable Outdoor Kitchen with a Moose, Mt. Kineo and a lakefront loon, live-edge pine countertops for indoor and outdoor kitchens, and an outdoor bench, all from a tree on the property
Summary:En route to Canada without losing their passports, a couple fell in love with the stunning views of Greenville Junction, Maine. But the cabin, which they bought last October, needs some serious work to make it livable for their extended family year-round. Chase and team open up the floor plan to create a functional kitchen and bathroom, and additional sleeping space.

407 - It Takes a Town

(Video) Why did Lance Gatcomb leave “Maine Cabin Masters”?

Release date:February 24, 2020
Ort:Agassiz village, Poland
Owner:The Parish Council of Agassiz
Budget and Schedule:$15,000, 10 weeks (Chase later estimates that donations for supplies and labor will be $60,000, for a total of $75,000)
Special projects:5 hole disc golf course
Summary:Founded in 1935, Agassiz Village offers disadvantaged and at-risk children the opportunity to experience a 470-acre, 50-building camp surrounded by Maine beauty. Projects for Cabin Masters include restoration of the former Ringling Brothers Carousel Pavilion and addition of a raised interior floor, salvage and restoration of Bedroom I1, and return of the ancient carved totem pole to the welcome area. Chase and his team take on the big project with a small budget to help the camp with the support of the community.

408 - Ballard

Release date:March 2, 2020
Ort:Maranacook-See, Winthrop
Owner:Jared y Mia Ballard
Budget and Schedule:$60,000, no deadline (took 7 months)
Special projects:Live-edge powder room, L-shaped dock with bench, stone front patio, wooden elevator latches on wooden door handles, antique wooden non-electric refrigerator donated by Dixie
quotes):"I didn't know I was going to stoop so low... [high pitch] Can someone get me a ladder?" -Dixie
Summary:An early 20th century cabin steeped in Maine history and heritage will challenge Chase and the crew as they attempt to restore it to its original appearance. Owned by the state, the cabin was brought to Boston and New York before being placed on the property in the 1940s. The campground and grounds were owned by Joseph Stickney, Mia's great-grandfather, who is credited with coining the term "holidays on land". to Maine.

409 - Adaptable for the whole family

Release date:March 9, 2020
Ort:Jug Stream, veja Annabessacook, Monmouth
Owner:Tony y Jeanne Sun
Budget and Schedule:$25,000 - $30,000, 8 - 10 weeks
Special projects:New in the Cabin Masters Live Edge fairing, 32" screen upright arcade game with custom barn wood cabinets, decorative wood frame and threaded rod tie down, wicker basket pulley system downhill from cabin to cabin stream
quotes):"Keep your mouth closed!!"
Summary:A couple have found their own piece of heaven overlooking Lake Annabessacook, only to discover that it's more work than they could muster. Chase, the crew and the Mini Masters are taking the current 1950s decor and updating it with modern details and areas for the three dogs, with some special projects in the works.

410 - lighthouse point

Release date:March 16, 2020
Ort:big lagoon
Owner:Jay y Linda Saulter
Budget and Schedule:$35,000, 10 weeks
Special projects:Stair railing with fish (and shark) posts, kids craft store made from old ice house, 10 foot lighthouse built and donated by friends of Jay, John, and Darren
Summary:After returning to Maine, a family of five hid out in their small 1940s cabin on a peninsula overlooking Great Pond. It is so small that the youngest daughter sleeps in the trailer. Chase and the team want to expand the space in the cabin by adding a loft, but they need to work fast to complete the restoration before winter.

411 - A tough fight

Release date:March 23, 2020
Ort:big lagoon
Owner:Connie y Louise Nesbit
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, 8-10 weeks
Special projects:Chandelier made of four steel racks welded together from stone fireplace, wooden kayak found on property to hang on side of deck
quotes):"Don't let your Monday ruin your Sunday." - On a sign in the camp when they started the demonstration.
Summary:Lifetime Mainers bought his 1954-built Belgrade cabin in 1987 and has maintained it over the years, but the list of needed repairs continues to grow. Chase and the crew ride to bring some life to the camp, rebuilding the front wall and replacing the heating system.

412 - A house for cabin captains

Release date:March 30, 2020
Owner:Kennebec Cabin Company
Budget and Schedule:$0.00, 12 weeks
Special projects:A 9' x 4' x 3" thick Live Edge table for Chase's design room, a portrait of Gus that matches the pose of an earlier portrait of a family dog, the surprise of an encaustic painting based on the her mother's beeswax A "Buckin'". -Cabin Season 1 Episode 11 "Six Weeks for Two A-Frames" by Ashley
Summary:As a surprise to Ashley, Chase and the team jump at the opportunity to buy the Daggetts' 1860s Manchester farm and make it their headquarters. They hold a barn sale using the contents of the barn, raising $2,700 for the local charity Capital Clubhouse. They plan to create a showroom, offices, and a special space where Ashley can design and create custom pieces.

413 - An island retreat

Release date:6. April 2020
Ort:Isla Sherbs, Lago Maranacook
Owner:Leon and Kim Roberts
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 10 weeks
Special projects:Taller doors and collars for Leon's size, coffin-shaped wood-beam bedroom and bathroom doors, wood-fired pizza oven with concrete dome, "iZland Camp" stone plaque by Leon's friend Bill Vickerson, aluminum staircase on the front hill with a kayak launch next to it, framed portrait of the bride and groom Owner
Summary:A man and his girlfriend who eloped during construction would love to see their rustic camping cabin transformed into a place where they can hang out, use the indoor bathroom, and enjoy multiple seasons without plumbing. Also, they want to honor their sixth generation funeral home.

Season 3 episodes

For season 3, Chase's description of his teammates was removed from the intro, while Lance still appears in group shots on the boat and shore.

Duplicate Episode Title:Season 3 Episode 15 and Season 5 Episode 1 (previously Season 4 Episode 14) are titled "A Dream Come True". I changed the title of season 3 episode 15 to "A Dream Come True - Hockeytown" here and on the IMDb episode guide to distinguish between the two episodes.

301 - Eyebrow Inspirations

Release date:December 3, 2018
Ort:Sabbath-Escape, Wales, Sabbath
Owner:Shamus y Naomi Neville
Budget and Schedule:$25,000 - $30,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Bar built from imported whiskey barrels with prohibition 'temperance' sign, beer tap hidden in vintage breaker panel, hanging blown glass lamp shade, railing and bar front
Summary:If there's one thing Cabin Masters love as much as renovating cabins, it's beer. When they discover that the owner of their latest cabin project works for Portland's Allagash Brewing Company, they hope to find inspiration at the brewery as they transform their weekend getaway into a three-season home. Located on the shore of the Sabattus Pond, the cabin has a steep drop into the water, a front door in the wrong place, a small kitchen, and an attic that cannot be used thanks to the low ceiling. Chase and the team come up with some incredible projects to redesign the booth's footprint, using elements from the brewery and custom parts to transform it beyond their customers' wildest expectations.

302 - legs, present and future

Release date:December 10, 2018
Ort:CĂłrrego Cobbosseecontee, West Gardiner
Owner:Dave y Christie Allred
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, open hours
Special projects:Animal footprints on the floor, cat and katio apartment, protruding dog door, burl glass table
quotes):"Cony Mathematics"
Summary:Two animal lovers with a desire to rescue cats and dogs ask Chase and his team to turn the West Gardiner cabin they purchased into an animal shelter. The crew works to bring modern conveniences to a cabin that is over a century old, while maintaining the rustic charm that originally drew the owners. Former cabin crew Lance Gatcomb also made a cameo appearance.

303 - Ho-Ho-Heim

Release date:December 17, 2018
Ort:Lago Mooselookmeguntic
Owner:Doug alias "Santa Claus" y Lois Dodge
Budget and Schedule:$35,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Wood stove made from old camp fireplaces, rooms for Naughty (with posters on walls and black light) and Nice, sleigh converted to chair and table, dock much bigger than Ryan asked for, moose swing for grandkids
quotes):"I don't want to be on the naughty list…Okay, I want to be off the naughty list!" -ryan
Summary:Doug, aka "Santa Claus," and his wife Lois inherited a 1,250-square-foot cabin in Rangeley that their family has owned since 1958. With no major renovations since the 1970s, Chase and his team are hoping to pull off a Christmas miracle. and he transforms this cabin into a paradise for the whole family to enjoy.

304 - Boat-shaped cabin

Release date:January 7, 2019
Ort:Round Lagoon, Bristol
Owner:Brothers David, Tom and Sally Orcutt
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Lobster Trap Cargo Line/Floating Rope Mats, Lobster Trap Chairs and a Lobster Float/Widow's Walk Drink Order Wind Chime
quotes):Mike Eldridge (Ryan's dad): "I don't remember the episode, but I do remember the incident. Ryan came home from work one day with his boots on. Don't worry, I just kicked in the wrong direction and tore a muscle." Of course, Ryan... Later this fall, thousands of fans and I watched him fall from the second story to the first in one of his conversions. Kids! - grrrrr."
Summary:Chase and the team are committed to transforming one family's beloved 1950s lobster shack, relocated here from Boothbay, into a cabin that will create lifetime memories for generations to come. They reimagined the interior of the cabin, keeping a beautiful mural and adding an exterior walkway to the new design.

305 - cockpit overhaul

Release date:January 14, 2019
Ort:Lago Mooselookmeguntic
Owner:Gene y Dotty Bettencourt
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Blown glass lights molded from racing frame springs, tailgate sill with turned sockets from an 18" trunk in the parking lot
Summary:It's a Cabin Masters puzzle as Chase and crew are challenged to take an old 1960s garage and turn it into a house that can comfortably accommodate six siblings and their 17 children. They race against time to turn the crowded campsite into a true cabin that the family will enjoy for years to come.

306 - hook, rope and lead

Release date:January 21, 2019
Ort:Lagoa Toothaker, Phillips
Owner:Keith y Terri Smith
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, 11 weeks
Special projects:Tennis Ball Slingshot and Spring for Millie the Diver Dog Spider Fly Fishing Lure
quotes):"Hello, it's for you."
Summary:A couple buys a dilapidated cabin in Phillips, Maine, hoping to keep the area's fly-fishing traditions alive. Chase and his team do everything they can to solve countless problems in just 11 weeks.

307 - Stable family ties

Release date:January 28, 2019
Ort:Lake Biscay, Bremen
Owner:Hermanos Andrew, Nick y Cammie Christ
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Tranquil memorial garden honoring Nanny and Pop urns with camp views (including a cold beer for Fritz), horseshoe hangers and horseshoe knocker handcrafted in a forge, bed suspended from winch, gift of a table 7-footer chucked by the owners out of barn wood from their old family farm in Rhode Island
quotes):"¡Cony Mathé!"
Summary:Chase and the team struggle to convert a vacation cabin that was originally a 1920s horse barn that was towed across the lake in the 1940s into a stable for a large family. Drawing inspiration from the past, the team also wants to honor the deceased parents of the owners with this moving construction.

Doug the plumber makes his first on-camera appearance in this episode.

308 - past, present and future

Release date:February 4, 2019
Ort:Ilha Belle, Lago Cobbosseecontee, Winthrop
Owner:Jon y Win Elliot
Budget and Schedule:$45,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:100 foot zip line, hand painted canvas floor
Summary:A couple's camp on Belle Island has a long history spanning several generations within their family dating back to the 1890s. Their three-building camp with a main building, a log cabin with a large stone fireplace, boats and a gazebo is a constant focus of attention. family life and are now prepared to make its preservation their top priority. They challenge Cabin Masters to bring these historic buildings into the present and stand the test of time for the next generation.

309 - At the honeymoon suite

Release date:February 11, 2019
Ort:dry pond, temple
Owner:Seamus y Kali McKinney
Budget and Schedule:$35,000, no deadline
Special projects:Winter backdrops for Kali, made by Ashley and Seamus' mom Maggie, pewter shade from warehouse to match older pendant lamps, decorative tile planters found in warehouse, champagne for staff
Summary:In the premiere of Maine Cabin Masters, Chase and his creative team help a newlywed couple take a questionable "wedding present" with a 1970s vibe and turn it into a downhill ski bungalow that would rival the found in the Swiss Alps. With $35,000 and no time limit, Chase and his team will completely tear down the camp and start from scratch to transform it from its current state into the beautiful bungalow that honeymooners will enjoy for generations.

310 - Camp Twister

Release date:February 18, 2019
Ort:Elchteich, Bridgeton
Owner:Jim y Lisa Backman
Budget and Schedule:$22,500, 2 fun
Special projects:Canoe rack, Clifftop BBQ Island Donation, Cedar Dock Donation with two Adirondack Chairs, Custom Interior Stair Railing Donation with Ski Decorations
Summary:A couple calls on the Cabin Masters to help save the owner from himself after their campsite is hit by an unusual tornado and a tree courtesy of the same tornado. With community input and an emphasis on outdoor entertaining, and with Ashley leading the charge while Chase is sick, the team completes an open second story and the desired finishing touches for the campsite as they try to pack it up before the first one falls. Nevada.

311 - A legacy preserved

Release date:February 25, 2019
Ort:Arroyo Cobbossee, West Gardiner
Owner:Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary, Kennebec Land Trust: Theresa Kerchner, directora ejecutiva, y Amy Lesko, representante de Kendra Shaw Estate
Budget and Schedule:$45,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Bat Boxes Built by the Chewonki Foundation, Two Bates Mill Wedgewood Blue "Martha Washington" Quilts Made at Maine Heritage Weavers
Summary:The Cabin Masters are honoring Kendra Shaw, entomologist and late matriarch of an incredible legacy in West Gardiner, Maine, by restoring two rustic cabins at the 113-acre Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary she donated. With a budget of $45,000, they are restoring the cabins by adding compost toilets, hand pumps to draw water from the nearby creek, and propane stoves and heaters.

312 - Golden Years Family Camp

Release date:March 4, 2019
Ort:Hochlandsee, Bridgeton
Owner:sandra stevenson
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Fire hose fixture and handrails, horizontal balustrades, trunk storage box on wheels
Summary:After a mother buys her parents' old summer camp in Bridgton, she asks the Cabin Masters to help her completely renovate the house so her parents can retire full time. With a budget of $40,000 and eight weeks, Chase and his team come to transform this camp into the ideal retiree haven where grandparents can safely continue to enjoy their retirement surrounded by their loving family.

313 - Rohdiamante

Release date:March 11, 2019
Ort:Lachsee, Smithfield
Owner:Pam, Jane aka "Mom" and Suzanne aka "PMS"
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Adirondack chair for three, Portland Hunt & Alpine Club Signature Adirondaquiri tiki cocktail, Chase kids tiki masks
Summary:After three women together purchase a cabin they describe as "a diamond in the rough on a beautiful lot," they're determined to prove the naysayers wrong and create the cabin of their dreams, complete with an outdoor tiki bar. With the help of Chase and the team at Maine Cabin Masters, your dreams will come true and your "diamond in the rough" will become a treasured gem and family gathering place.

314 - Dear yurts

Release date:March 18, 2019
Ort:Snake Island, Lower Patten Pond, Ellsworth
Owner:Gary y Mackenzi White
Budget and Schedule:$15,000, 5 weeks
Special projects:Handmade Ice Fishing Trap, Four Chainsaw Carved Eagles (One for Each of the Boys), Outdoor Hanging Cocoon Chairs
quotes):"Hey Ryan, it's really wet and slippery up there, don't judge yourself." - jedi
Chase: "When I'm gone, I'll be a beautiful butterfly." ... Ashley: "More like a moth."
Summary:In a first Cabin Masters, Chase and crew are tasked with relocating and manifesting ashore a family tent on an island off Toguz Pond. With a budget of $15,000 and five weeks to complete the job, Chase and the crew head out into unfamiliar (and near-frozen) waters, knowing they must act quickly to beat the oncoming ice and snow so they can get the yurt ready for the offing. family release. their fishing lines on the frozen lake.

315 - A Dream Come True - Hockeytown

Release date:March 25, 2019
Ort:David Teich, Fayette
Owner:Jon y Amy Faitsch
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Lamp consisting of four hockey sticks and a helmet, ice hockey table, pine shades, photo holders for hockey pucks, hockey goals with captive lake for pucks
Summary:A hockey-loving couple with two boys challenge the Cabin Masters to transform their campsite, which they purchased just two months earlier at David Pond, into a family vacation cabin that will be a central part of their lives for generations to come. Chase and his team are ready to take that blank canvas and create a work of art that includes beautiful pine walls and ceilings and additional sleeping space for the growing family.

316 - Dixie Dog Cave

Release date:April 1, 2019
Ort:Toguz Lagoon, Augusta
Owner:Mamie Beale, "Dixie's" grandmother.
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, no deadline
Special projects:Bowls a neighbor dug from tree trunks found on the property, kitchen shelves from a dog sled that can still be used
quotes):"É 'Whisky Square'". -ryan
Summary:The Cabin Masters crew help their very own Matthew Dix restore his grandfather's old shed to its former glory for Betty, Betsy and Tootsie, Dixie's mother and aunts. With $25,000 in family money, a deadline to meet, and their feisty 92-year-old grandmother waiting impatiently next door, "Dixie" and the Cabin Masters seize every opportunity to see Grandma hammering nails into the cabin. decrepit to be restored

Season 2 episodes
Maine Cabin Masters Episode Guide - Cooking (4)

201 - Marco Bunganuc Creek

Release date:November 27, 2017
Ort:Arroyo Bunganuc, Brunswick
Owner:Steve Stern y Arlene Morris
Budget and Schedule:$25,000 - $35,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:"No Nukes" sign restoration, live-edge table with built-in anchor, stainless steel fish shoal, granite-topped chairs, glass table made from an antique windlass, river cooling cage for wine bottles in a line recovery
quotes):Chase: "You're not looking for the Ritz." Ryan: "More like a Saltine."
(Throws a TV out of a second story window) "This Cabin Master show sucks, I'm getting rid of my TV!" -ryan
Ryan: "How was your slow motion tour?" Chase: Great.
Summary:Builder Chase Morrill and his crew take over a historic mountain cabin northeast of Bunganuc Creek. Designer Ashley joins the guys for a renovation that involves boarding up windows, cleaning up animal droppings, old trash and old machinery, and removing 11 tons of concrete floors. To make a big makeover without changing the exterior, they get creative as they fight the rising tide that crashes against the camp. The team is very busy with this renovation and they know everyone in town is watching as they work on this historic landmark.

202 - Clearwater-Lager

Release date:December 4, 2017
Ort:Lago Clearwater, Industria
Owner:Dora Mills Maine General Practice
Budget and Schedule:$35,000 - $45,000, July 4 (8 - 10 weeks, unspecified)
Special projects:Book lamp made from a stack of encyclopedias, organ stand, bookshelves on the stairs
Summary:The Cabin Masters take over an industrial cabin that hasn't been touched since the 1970s. They realize that 40 years of Maine winters haven't done this place any good, and trouble arises when the snow melts and They begin to investigate the project. Between snow delays and its $45,000 budget, this project will surely come to an end.

203 - Veterans Retirement

Release date:December 11, 2017
Owner:Travis Mills Foundation
Budget and Schedule:$50,000 + $100,000 grants, 8 weeks
Special projects:Dressing benches made from old barn doors and boards, table bell with stand made from a blacksmith shop, activity/hours sign made from an old door, donated art created by local veterans
quotes):"Captain Captain, uni-vos!" - jedi
Summary:Chase and his construction crew take on an unusual project from retired US Army Sergeant Travis Mills. Through his foundation, Travis has built a shelter in Maine to help injured war veterans and their families adjust to the new normal. Chase and the team are tasked with converting a simple lakefront cabin (formerly owned and operated as part of the Maine Chance Residential Spa from the 1930s to the 1970s by cosmetic industry founder Elizabeth Arden) into a resort. next-generation events. the ADA for veterans and their families to transform families. The main feature will be a large commercial-grade deck (once blueprints are received by the team to ensure ADA compliance) that can accommodate up to 40 guests at a time. With just eight weeks to go until the first guests arrive and the campsite is buried under half a meter of snow, the team must be creative to complete this project on time.

204 - The children's dream house by the lake

Release date:December 18, 2017
Ort:Damariscotta-See, Damariscotta
Owner:Lucas y Laura Houghton
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, July 1 (weeks unknown)
Special projects:Epoxy concrete floors, custom storage benches, custom stone patio, foosball game, turbo ramp
Summary:Cabin Masters helps a do-it-yourselfer get his project off the ground and renovate a cabin near Damariscotta with kids in mind. With a budget of $30,000 and a tight deadline, the builders will have to use their imagination to keep homeowners happy while impressing their younger clientele.

205 - The Hiltz Field

Release date:January 8, 2018
Ort:Kimball Lagoon, New Sharon
Owner:Rod and Barbara Hiltz
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Hiltz Hand entry door, Hiltz Hand steel fire ring, beaver stick handrail, sharp edge countertop
quotes):"I'm not picky and I really don't have good taste." - Rod Hiltz, Cabin Owner
Summary:Chase and his team head into the woods of New Sharon, Maine to help owner Rod save his abandoned 1940s campsite from crashing into pristine Kimball Pond. He'd love to fix the holes and get his wife back to camp, which means it's going to be a lot of work. Chase will need all hands on deck to complete this build on time and within its $20,000 budget.

206_ Until the end

Release date:January 15, 2018
Ort:Kennebec-Fluss, Embden
Owner:Larry Costa
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Custom Metal Stair Railing & CNC Plasma Cut Design, Handmade Steel Dragonfly Trim, Wood Plank Accent Walls & Stair Treads, Sandblasted Metal Dustbin Lights, Framed Canvas Poster old style
Summary:Builder Chase Morrill and his team are tasked with completing a cabin for a homeowner who has been collecting materials for years but just couldn't finish the project. With a budget of $20,000, the team hopes to make the owner's dream come true in just eight weeks.
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207 - Oyster Farm Cabin

Release date:January 22, 2018
Ort:Glidden Point Austernfarm, RĂ­o Damariscotta, Edgecomb
Owner:Ryan McPherson y Briana Endicott
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, 4 weeks
Special projects:Portable oyster shelling station, light fixtures made of glass blocks filled with crushed oyster shells, oyster cedar slats
quotes):"Cabine Master, join in!!!" - To pursue
"Coincidentally, all in the same course." -Ashley
Summary:Chase, Ashley and the team rebuild an old oyster shack for Glidden Point Oyster Farm, a working oyster farm in Edgecomb. Forced to act immediately in the shortest possible time and with a budget of $25,000, the team must begin preliminary work while there is still snow on the ground.

208 - The Greater Room

Release date:January 29, 2018
Ort:Lago Clearwater, Industria
Owner:the morris family
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, Memorial Day (weeks not specified)
Special projects:Glazed clay family tree
quotes):"Stay, Master, Unite!!!" - Children of Chase
Summary:Chase and his team head to the family camp to confront the old army barracks that served as a dormitory for over 40 years. As the family grows and sleeping space becomes scarce, the children try to save the structure to allow for family gatherings for years to come. With a budget of $20,000, lots of salvaged materials, and help from family members, the team is trying to complete the renovation before the family reunion.

209 - Inheritance on the Coast

Release date:February 5, 2018
Ort:New Meadows River, Westbad
Owner:Tina Sener and Michele Robinson-Pontbriand
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, fall (weeks not specified)
Special projects:Window planters, "The Yorks, Darlene and Leland" sign, mosaic tile behind fireplace, dog-friendly hinged floating dock ramp
quotes):"Is that fresh water or salt water?" -Ashley
"I'm coming, honey!" -Ashley
Summary:The team is based in West Bath to work out of a 20ft x 20ft family campsite built in 1961 on the banks of the New Meadows River. After 56 years of use, the third generation of owners have decided to add more suitable facilities and accommodations to the large family gatherings they celebrate each year. Chase must figure out how to get to the camp before dismantling it, which requires quality masonry. The team also jumps into action to build something special for the three-legged Labrador in the family.

210 - Desert Lake Shelter

Release date:February 12, 2018
Ort:Desert Pond, Mt Vernon
Owner:Vincent Hemmer and Nicole Watson
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 4 weeks
Special projects:Center shelf insert, fireplace gargoyle, claw foot tub with shower ring, "one-eyed bull" door knocker, canoe dock
Summary:The team travels to a secluded piece of land near Desert Pond to help a couple turn their forgotten 16-by-16-foot cabin into a relaxing retreat with a stone fireplace. The couple have big ambitions for the one-bedroom space, which means the team will have a budget of $30,000 and just four weeks to complete the project.

211 - Pilsbury Family Rafting-Kabine

Release date:February 19, 2018
Ort:The Forks, Dead and Kennebec, Caratunk Rivers
Owner:Mike y Kim Pilsbury
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 9 weeks
Special projects:Bench made from small logs, towel racks and rafting gear, plus an additional bench, both made from old oars, a Pilsbury Cabin aviary for the retaining wall of the Autobahn aviary about 10 miles down the road in Moscow
quotes):"As I always say, it's better to be lucky than smart." -ryan
Summary:Cabin Masters takes on a project along the Kennebec River in Caratunk. They are challenged to take the frame of a cabin that was moved from Lake Moxie to their current property and renovate it to create a small, efficient home where family and friends can stay when they visit. However, schedule and budget are not the only challenges facing the team, as the remote location brings its own problems.

212 - The empty nest of the family

Release date:February 26, 2018
Ort:Pitcher-Teich, Lincolnville
Owner:Kirk y Lisa Wolfinger
Budget and Schedule:$30,000 changed to $20,000, 10 weeks
Special projects:Carved eagle over double doors, tree stump sofa, portable writing nook dividers
Summary:One family has the resources to give their Lincolnville cabin the love it deserves now that their four children are about to finish college. However, the crew is busy with this work as the cabin was neglected for 25 years, compromised during original construction, and the budget had to be reduced by $10,000 due to local compliance laws. And when it's cold, Dixie brings everything you need to whip up one of her huge batches of bisque.

213 - Family Fisherman's Cabin

Release date:March 5, 2018
Ort:McGrath, also known as "McGraw" Teich, Oakland
Owner:Eric y Sarah Libby
Budget and Schedule:$25,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:2nd Floor Loft Loft, designed fish in a paper bag by Eric's dad, framed/outlined with tree branches, goldfish trap lights, live cedar railing
Summary:Chase Morrill and the team work to save an old Oakland cabin that the owner bought from his father. Eric hopes the cabin renovation will give him many years to live so he can share his childhood memories with his own children. Resembling a "shotgun cabin," Chase said, "It's like a mobile home," while Ryan describes it this way: "This place is built like a good old Maine trailer: long and narrow with rooms everywhere. ". You know, you could pack up the kids, feed them.” Chase and his team are doing everything they can to complete this project before winter brings construction to a halt.

214 - A family gathering place

Release date:March 12, 2018
Ort:Punto Tilton, McGrath-Teich, Oakland
Owner:Stephanie Sturtevant
Budget and Schedule:$30,000 - $35,000, 8 weeks
Special projects:Decoupage photos, wine rack made from vintage water skis, countertops made from 19th century water-aged Quakish Lake logs reclaimed by Maine Heritage Timber in Millinocket, updated grill and frankincense stone fireplace, handcrafted rowing poles for the clue from the loft
Summary:Chase and his team take on a project at Oakland's McGrath Pond that has been vacant for 15 years. Stephanie bought this 1940's house from her father and promised to fix it up. After her father died a few years ago, she knew she needed help to keep her promise and bring her back to the happy cottage she once was. While it sounds like a fairly simple renovation, starting a project at the end of the season presents many challenges. Can Chase and his team complete this project before winter comes and stops construction?

215 - A family cabin fit for a king

Release date:March 19, 2018
Ort:East Penobscot Bay
Owner:Jon y Briar Fishman
Budget and Schedule:$50,000, 8 weeks (converted to 16 weeks)
Special projects:Briar's Daddy's Built-in Hedge Edge Dining Table, Mirror Hedge Edge, Outdoor Chess Board
Summary:The Cabin Masters have a budget of $50,000 to renovate a 100-year-old campsite four times the size of their usual buildings. Although they are hesitant to take on such a large project, the team is determined to comply after discovering that the client is a member of Ryan's favorite band, Phish. After it became clear that lead paint would need to be removed from the cabin, along with a series of delays caused by bad weather, the crew reluctantly asked for an extension to the deadline, given the fact that the cabins were not designed to be built in the Winter The team "drops the mic" on this build and wows the whole family with a complete exterior and interior makeover, including a special project honoring a loved one and a giant chess set at the outdoors for kids.

216 - A pear stand at the YMCA

Release date:March 26, 2018
YMCA Location:Augusta
YMCA Owners:Kennebec Valley YMCA
YMCA Budget and Hours:Donations and salvage of a Sugar Loaf cabin (later estimated at $8,000)
YMCA Special Projects:Chainsaw carved bench with two owls and a bear cub, wooden pipe xylophone, grebe weather vane
Chase Special Projects:Beer/Grain Elevator, Faucet Racks, Memorial Camp Layout Photo Frames, Lance Ponies
Summary:The Kennebec Valley YMCA in Augusta needs a new play structure and the Cabin Masters know exactly the equipment for the job. Also, Ryan decides it's time to build the garage Chase has always wanted. With winter fast approaching and no budget for both projects, the team works hard to complete the YMCA theater and Chase's workshop before everything freezes over. This episode features Ashley's "tour" of the extensive piles of "organized" salvaged materials and other items in Chase's backyard.

Season 1 episodes

Although Dixie and Jedi appear in every episode of season 1 (Dixie does not speak in episode 101), they are not included in the show's intro. The intro to these episodes only features Chase, Ryan, Ashley, and Lance.

101 - The Daggett Family Cabin

Release date:January 2, 2017
Ort:Webber Pond, Vassalboro
Owner:The Daggett Family
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Framed camp photos, paddle/fish boat ceiling fan, full canoe rack, fireplace, cedar dock with chairs and table, "Da88ett" pillows
quotes):"I'm coming, honey!" - spear
Summary:A Maine family works together to save historic Daggett Camp, once owned in the 1930s by a famous politician who was the first female president of Maine's Senate. Builder Chase Morrill and his team try to save the camp in time, but a hidden surprise threatens to derail the entire project.

102 - Abandoned Island Shack

Release date:January 9, 2017
Ort:Ilha Eaton, Hirschinsel
Owner:Maine State Legislators Rob and Candy Eaton
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:The carved eagle's head with copper wings from the roof of the Old State House, except for the front door and mullion put up by his late brother Bruce, a flag for the Eatons to fly when they're there, a sign that reads " Welcome to Eaton Iceland"
Summary:Builder Chase Morrill and his crew take over an abandoned 1930s island cabin with major rot problems. With a budget of $30,000 and six weeks to complete the project, the team is working to remodel the cabin into a secluded island getaway while retaining its original rustic charm.

103 - City Slickers for the grade

Release date:January 16, 2017
Ort:Stone Point, Frenchman Bay
Owner:Barry y Ruth Baker
Budget and Schedule:$45,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Kitchen tiles made from shells and crushed whelk, a chainsaw-carved lighthouse made from a log on the property
quotes):"Look at the wounded walrus!" - Ryan to Ashley as she crawls across the Clam Flats
"I thought it would be better or worse! This is the worst!" -Ashley to Ryan
Summary:Chase and his construction crew renovate an off-grid storage facility for a family of "city crooks." With limited resources, they bring the conveniences of city life to the camp and create more privacy in the dormitories, but a rotting water tank that may violate Maine law threatens to shut them down before renovations begin.

104 - Outdated Cabin Converted to Shelter

Release date:January 23, 2017
Ort:Belgrade lakes
Owner:Brian y Teresa Scanlan
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Fishing Rod Chandelier Floating Dock Custom Floating Green Little Bird Ball Golf Tee
quotes):(After hanging the chandelier on the fishing pole) Chase: "Well done guys."
Ryan: "Well done guys."
Dixie: "Way to go, guys."
Lance: "Well done guys."
Jedi: "I just wanted to say... Good job."
Summary:The team takes over an outdated and dysfunctional cabin in Belgrade Lakes, one of Maine's most desirable regions. With a budget of $40,000 and six weeks to complete the project, they are working to transform this Long Pond cabin into the perfect family retreat.

105 - Reconstruction of the Old College

Release date:January 30, 2017
Owner:Sue (mother) and Chris (son) York
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Mobile archery target with a shooting platform
Summary:The Cabin Masters scour Dedham Forest to restore a dilapidated family camp that was once old school. From the swarm of insects to the incessant rain, the team quickly learns that nothing comes easy. When a major rot event threatens to bring the entire project to a halt, Chase and Ryan are forced to make a very expensive decision.

106 - Nasty Camp at Pleasant Lagoon

Release date:February 6, 2017
Ort:Pleasant Pond, West Gardiner
Owner:Craig and Andrea Donovan
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Go Jump In The Lake full size craps board game with octagonal tile steps, custom horizontal Murphy bed to top bunk that is a slab when closed, found outdoor sofa or "canouch" from stored canoe on the property
Summary:The team is called in to renovate an abandoned 1932 stone warehouse with a vinyl extension for a growing family. Immediately, the unusual floor plan is distracting when trying to create an interior second bedroom. Outside, the steep slope becomes a challenge a few hours before unveiling. The team is challenged to overcome these obstacles in time for the family's summer graduation.

107 - A hut for the bride

Release date:February 13, 2017
Owner:Maine HĂĽttenmeister Lance y Lilly Gatcomb
Budget and Schedule:$0 (wedding gift)
Special projects:Chase Metal Emu Bird Sculpture Emus Pens
quotes):"Spir is not easy." -Pot
Summary:The Cabin Masters are back home in Augusta preparing for Lance's wedding when Chase gets a call from an old friend who has a little cabin in his backyard. He sees the cabin as a fun project for the team to work on and presents to Lance's lovely bride after the wedding. With no budget and with Lance as foreman, owner, and utterly dissatisfied, the crew dismantles the log cabin and places it on their property. With the wedding fast approaching and Lance busy building latrines and emu pens for his fiancé, the team must work quickly to finish before Lilly walks down the aisle.

Island farmhouse from 108 to 130 years

Release date:February 20, 2017
Ort:Cuba Island, Manchester
Owner:jack lancer
Budget and Schedule:$40,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Inverted wooden ship chandelier, block benches, rickshaw sign, cornhole game
Summary:Chase and the team work on renovating a 130-year-old cabin on the island of Cuba. With a budget of $40,000 and a six-week deadline, they try to overcome the challenges of building on an island to ensure the cabin will last another 100 years.

109 - Off-grid cabin renovation

Release date:February 27, 2017
Owner:Matt siekman
Budget and Schedule:$20,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Bear with Fish Chainsaw Sculpture, "Cookie" Bench, Gravity Fed Rain Collection System with 450 Gallon Storage Tank
Summary:Deep in the woods of Oxford, Maine, Chase and the team renovate a secluded hunting lodge on 550 acres. With a budget of $20,000 and a six-week deadline, her goal is to finish the cabin before winter hits.

110 - A camp in two lakes

Release date:March 6, 2017
Ort:Whitney and Hogan Ponds, Oxford
Owner:Matthew and Randee McDonald
Budget and Schedule:$30,000, 6 weeks
Special projects:Old framed Richard Bishop calendars from 1951 found on the walls, an outdoor shower made from an old canoe, a dining table made of "rustic" barn wood
Summary:The team is asked to renovate the 1940s Eskar-Go Camp, uniquely situated on an Eskar near two lakes. With winter fast approaching, Chase knows he must hurry to complete the renovation, but rainy weather and a host of other setbacks could affect the homeowners' timely completion.

111 - Six weeks to two A-frames

Release date:March 13, 2017
Locations:Carrabasset River, Carrabasset Valley, Sugar Loaf
Warehouse Owner 1:peggy morrill
Camp Equipment 1:Persecution, Ashley, Dixie
Camp 1 budget and schedule:$20,000, 6 weeks
Warehouse 1 special projects:Custom Ravens and Tree Stained Glass, Campfire
Camp 2 Owner:Chris y Lauren Andrews
Camp Equipment 2:Ryan, Jedi, Lanza
Camp 2 budget and schedule:$30,000, 6 weeks
Warehouse 2 special projects:Original framed plants, Pão de Açúcar emblem, stern of the ship "Survivor" on the deck railing
Summary:Cabin Masters are called in to renovate two A-frame cabins, one for Chase and Ashley's mother, Peggy Morrill, in Maine's Sugarloaf Valley. With only six weeks to complete both renewals, Chase splits the team in half. The stakes are high, as a friend bet allows the winning team to dress the losing team for dinner.

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Why did Lance leave Cabin Masters?

In season 2 episode 16, "A Cabin for the YMCA", the crew also went to the trouble of finishing Chase's barn. As he hands it back, Lance says, "I've got a few surprises for you. One is bittersweet. I think it's going to be my senior year. We're having a boy." There are happy hugs everywhere and he says, "So next summer I'm going to raise a boy."

He then explains separately in a segment of the interview: "You know, it's been a great year. We've done a lot of things. We've rebuilt 27 cabins. I love working with the guys, I love doing all these things. I'm at a point in my life in which I'm going to start a family. And between raising children and farming, I won't have time for that anymore. I hope I have some time to come back, but it looks like I'm going to start a family." So he gave the ponies to Chase... You can keep up with Lance by subscribing to his YouTube channel at:

Lance later had a cameo in episode 302, "Paws, Present, and Future".

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Accurate episode guide

Most of the unofficial episode guides forCabin Master of MaineThey are in poor condition. Your service provider, whether it's cable, satellite, or a streaming service, has probably listed the show's episodes incorrectly in multiple places. I know Sling is doing this as they currently have the final rundown of Best Summer Camps as Season 8 Episode 2. Go figure... The basic problem is that the DIY Network itself is everywhere and shows a lot of information that has no sense. So what is correct and where can you find this information? Here is the best information that also syncs with each other:

  • Maine Cabin Masters Own Episodes Guide: Consider this the official and most accurate guide. This is managed by the Hero Media Network and aligns with any discussion you see on the podcasts or in person with the team.
  • guide you're looking at now) - I know this is accurate because it's mine and I keep it in sync with the official guide listed above. You can search on this page for specific projects that interest you, show statistics, the map of Bodies of Water created by David Emmith, platforms to watch the program and much more information.
  • IMDb pages of Maine Cabin Masters: I originally created the guide you are looking at as a source to update the IMDb pages that I still maintain. I use images on IMDb from the official guide by Michelle Miller of Hero Media, which also helped ensure I got the correct copyright information. This then syncs directly with theGuia oficial no site Maine Cabin Masters.

(Video) MaineVoices Live featuring Chase Morrill and the Maine Cabin Masters

Notes on this episode guide
  1. Episode Descriptions:The descriptions on this page are taken from the official descriptions.Maine Cabin Masters' own episode guide.
  2. anomalies:
    • Duplicate Episode Title:Season 3 Episode 15 and Season 5 Episode 1 (previously Season 4 Episode 14) are titled "A Dream Come True". I changed the title of season 3 episode 15 to "A Dream Come True - Hockeytown" here and on the IMDb episode guide to distinguish between the two episodes.
    • Episode title change:Season 7, Episode 13, "Camp 'Count Up!" and season 7, episode 14, "A Container Conversion" originally aired contrary to announcement. Because of this, many airlines still air one episode in their schedule and air the other. So far it's hard to say which ones will air at any given time.
    • Absurd:One of the cabins featured in Season 5 Episode 12 (previously Season 4 Episode 25 Special) "Top Ten Island Escapes" is the Nutt Cabin featured in Season 4 Episode 6 "Passport to Greenville" . However, in the episode "Top Ten Island Escapes", Nutt's cabin is incorrectly referred to in dialogue as "The Call Of The Loon", which is Kopec's cabin from season 4 episode 3.
  3. Episode Information Accuracy:Searching through all the available episodes of the show, it was found that many episode descriptions available online are inaccurate. These include listing Lance de Chase's wedding gift as geese instead of rheas, inaccurate ages or cabin dates, incorrect quotes or available times, etc. Additional information included in the listing:
    • Location: In most episodes this is pretty generic, with some (eg Fishman's cabin) being intentionally obscured.
    • Owners: Parents and couples are listed without their children.
    • Budget – Includes available funds and desired schedule, most are listed without additional funds or unexpected extensions.
    • Featured Projects: These are listed from episodes watched and described as completely as possible.
  4. To update:use ourcontact pagePlease send suggestions for corrections or additions.


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