A couple buys a dilapidated cabin in Phillips, Maine, in hopes of keeping the area's fly-fishing traditions alive. Chase Morrill and his team pull out all the stops to fix a myriad of issues in just 11 weeks.
In a Maine Cabin Masters first, Chase and his creative crew help a newlywed couple take a questionable "wedding gift" and turn it into an alpine ski bungalow that would rival those found in the Swiss Alps. With $35,000 and no time limit, Chase and his team completely gut the camp and start from scratch to transform it from its current condition into the beautiful bungalow that the newlyweds will enjoy for generations to come.
It's a Cabin Masters conundrum as Chase and the team are challenged to take a former garage and turn it into a home that will comfortably accommodate six siblings and their 17 kids. They're up against the clock to convert the cramped camp into a real cabin the family can enjoy for years to come.
A couple's Belle Island camp has a long multi-generational history within their family spanning nearly 100 years. Their camp is an ongoing focus of family life and they are now ready to make its preservation their main priority. They call on the Cabin Masters to bring these historic buildings into the present and stand the test of time for the next generation.
The Cabin Masters pay tribute to an entomologist and late matriarch of an amazing legacy in West Gardiner, Maine, by restoring two rustic cabins on her 113-acre Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary. With a budget of $35,000, they restore the cabins by adding composting toilets, hand pumps to pull water from the nearby stream, as well as propane heaters and cook stoves.
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