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On "Treehouse Masters," world-renowned treehouse designer and builder Pete Nelson and his team of craftsmen -- including his son Charlie -- create incredible homes and businesses in nature's canopy. Pete uses a combination of science and art to realize clients' sky-high aspirations of magnificent multibedroom treehouses with elaborate kitchens and bathrooms, or simpler, peaceful one-room escapes. Subtitled "Out on a Limb," this companion series takes viewers even further into the builds by updating previously aired episodes with additional footage and Pete's commentary.

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Recapping "Treehouse Masters" episodes with additional, updated footage.
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Behind-the-build stories, new tree house tips and much more on Zac's Space Crab tree house for Camp Southern Ground in Georgia.
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Pete trucks out to Walden, N.Y., to build a tree house tasting room for Angry Orchard; the pavilion-style structure elevates orchard-goers high above acres of apple trees where they can enjoy a glass of hard cider and soak in views of the orchard.
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Pete and the crew channel Frank Lloyd Wright for a triple-decker tree house on the shores of Lake Barkley in Kentucky; with more square footage than any tree house they've built, the high design tree home offers a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and more.
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Pete Nelson goes behind the build, and more on the Bon-Appé-Treehouse in Utopia, Texas.
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Tree house master Pete Nelson introduces behind-the-build stories, shares brand new tree house tips, and more on the Adventure Headquarters tree house in the Pacific Northwest.
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Treehouse master Pete Nelson shares behind-the-build stories, treehouse tips and more on the Rustic English Re-Tree in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Getting the inside scoop from Pete Nelson as he shares tips and stories from the Texas-Sized Treehouse in Leakey, Texas.
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Treehouse master Pete Nelson shares behind-the-build stories, treehouse tips, and much more on the Camo Treehouse in Celeste, Texas.
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Treehouse master Pete Nelson shares behind-the-build stories, tips, and more on the Apres Skihouse Treehouse in the Cascade Foothills in Washington.
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Pete builds a Zen-like treehouse in Canton, N.C.; building a 15-ft high retreat in nine days.
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The tale of Captain Pete and his band of scurvy scallywags when they hoisted a 20-foot high treehouse treasure on the Pacific Coast, complete with a 50 ft rope bridge, heated floors and hidden compartments.
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Pete Nelson shares behind-the-build stories, treehouse tips, and much more on the Kentucky Climber's Cottage treehouse in Germantown, Kentucky.

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