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There's no shortage of work for Maine-based builder Chase Morrill, whose specialty is renovating rustic cabins and camps all over the Pine Tree State. Working alongside his sister, brother-in-law and best friend, Morrill contracts with clients to save and transform rundown cabins buried deep in Maine's remote woods. From century-old cottages to lakeside retreats in need of some major repairs, Chase and his team give these dilapidated properties the revivals they have needed for decades.

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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.
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Chase and his crew help a newlywed couple turn a wedding gift into an alpine ski bungalow; Chase and his team gut the camp and start from scratch to transform it into a beautiful bungalow that the newlyweds will enjoy for generations to come.
aired 281 days ago
Chase and the team seek to transform a family's 1950s lobster shack into a cabin that will create a lifetime of memories for generations to come; they re-imagine the cabin's interior layout, preserve a mural and add an exterior widow's walk.
aired 281 days ago
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 race to convert the cramped camp into a real cabin the family can enjoy for years to come.
aired 281 days ago
The team helps Matthew Dix restore his grandfather's old shed to its former glory; with Dixie's grandmother waiting impatiently next door, the crew members visit every chance they get to put hammer to nails to restore the decrepit cabin.
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Chase and the crew are tasked with the relocation and land manifestation of a yurt on an island on Togus Pond; the team seeks to beat the ice and snow so they can have the yurt ready for the family to drop their fishing lines in the frozen pond.
aired 281 days ago
A family calls on Chase and his team to turn their camp into a vacation cabin that will serve as a central part of their lives for generations to come; the team creates a work of art that includes pine walls and ceilings and extra sleeping space.
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Chase and his team take on a dated and dysfunctional cabin in Belgrade Lakes; with a budget of $40,000 and six weeks to finish the project, the team strives to turn this Long Pond cabin into the perfect family retreat.
aired 288 days ago
Chase and his brother-in-law, Ryan, are inspired by a visit to the Allagash Brewing Company where their client works; they brew up some ideas to redesign the cabin while using items from the brewery as well as custom pieces to transform it.
aired 288 days ago
A couple calls on Chase and his team to help save their mountain camp which was leveled by a tornado; with an emphasis on outdoor entertaining, the team adds an open second floor while racing to wrap it up before the first snow falls.
aired 288 days ago
After buying her parents' old summer camp, a mother calls on the Cabin Masters to help her renovate the home for her parents to retire in full-time; with a $40,000 budget and open timeline, Chase and his crew come in to transform this camp.
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A couple's Belle Island camp has a long, multi-generational history within their family spanning nearly 100 years, and they call on the Cabin Masters to bring it into the present day while preserving it for the next generation.
aired 288 days ago
The team pays tribute to an entomologist by restoring two rustic cabins in her 113-acre Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary; with a budget of $35,000, they restore the cabins by adding composting toilets, hand pumps, propane heaters, and cook stoves.
aired 288 days ago
After three women buy a cabin they describe as a diamond in the rough, they are determined to create the cabin of their dreams; with the help of Chase and the team, their diamond in the rough becomes a cherished gem for family gatherings.

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