Barnwood Builders

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  • TV-G
  • 2014
  • 15 Seasons
  • 8.1  (266)

In this series, a team of builders tracks down buildings that were once functional but that now, in their declining years, have a rustic charm. From there, the builders salvage and refurbish the old buildings, turning them into something new and old at the same time. The series airs on the DIY Network.

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Yabba Dabba Double Pen
18. Yabba Dabba Double Pen
August 4, 2022
Summary is not available.
How to Scout
17. How to Scout
July 28, 2022
Summary is not available.
Learning by Doing
16. Learning by Doing
July 21, 2022
The Barnwood Builders travel to Ripley, W. Va. to take down a quintessential log cabin; Mark inspects cabins in need of repair for the nearby farm museum; the guys visit Ryan's old high school.
Log Cabin Cupid
15. Log Cabin Cupid
July 14, 2022
The builders head to Kentucky, where they battle extreme weather to save an extraordinary cabin built in 1853. Mark's clients travel from Colorado to witness the salvage process from start to finish.
New Freeport Cabin: The Whole Story
14. New Freeport Cabin: The Whole Story
July 7, 2022
Mark Bowe reveals how "Barnwood Builders" saved a two-story log cabin in New Freeport, Pennsylvania; after saving every log possible, they travel to Albertville, Alabama, to rebuild a home on the edge of a cliff.
History Lessons
13. History Lessons
June 30, 2022
Mark Bowe recalls amazing places where the guys have taken in local history over the years. They visit Colorado's Canyons of the Ancients, explore how pioneers built cabins with shorter trees in Texas and Mark sees a Virginia church built by his ancestor.
The Heart of Appalachia
12. The Heart of Appalachia
June 23, 2022
The crew travels to Wise, Virginia, to save a stunning log home dating back to the 1860s; the Appalachian icon has been in one family for four generations, so Mark and the guys must salvage everything they can.
Restoring Russel's Fort
11. Restoring Russel's Fort
June 16, 2022
"The Barnwood Builders" return to Lake Lure, N.C., to rebuild Russel's Fort, a historic 1770s log cabin they salvaged months before; the fort now has a gorgeous view of the lake, but the build is full of challenges.
Pioneer Crafts
10. Pioneer Crafts
June 9, 2022
Mark Bowe revisits some of the most talented artisans the guys have ever met, including woodworkers, blacksmiths, leather makers, glass blowers and more.
Barnwood Wedding
9. Barnwood Wedding
June 2, 2022
The Builders get ready for a wedding by building a dance floor, a timber-frame photo booth and a wedding arbor; Mark and the guys also work on a custom-designed split rail fence for the bride to walk past as the guests watch from hay bale seating.
Trial and Error
8. Trial and Error
May 26, 2022
Mark challenges the guys to create a new system of notches to build a timber frame. After some experimentation, the new notches are put to the test alongside salvaged floorboards used to design massive trusses.
Preserving a Local Legend
7. Preserving a Local Legend
May 19, 2022
A museum in Townsend, TN, enlists the Barnwood Builders to restore a 19th-century gunsmith's cabin to be the centerpiece of an exhibit. After repairing the original timbers, the team faces the epic challenge of stacking them flush with a 9-foot ceiling.
Ballard Cabin: The Whole Story
6. Ballard Cabin: The Whole Story
May 12, 2022
Mark Bowe tells the story of one of the finest cabins the team's ever found: a pre-Civil War structure in Ballard, WV. They take it down using creative techniques and after restoring it at the Boneyard, Mark travels to Alabama to see the finished product.
American Fortitude
5. American Fortitude
May 5, 2022
With the help of a local historian and a Revolutionary War expert, the team saves a legendary fort dating back to 1775 in Lake Lure, NC. Later, Mark and Graham visit the Oconaluftee Cherokee Village where craftsmen keep the story of their ancestors alive.
Home Is Where the Timber-Frame Heart Is
4. Home Is Where the Timber-Frame Heart Is
April 28, 2022
The Barnwood Builders must convert their largest timber-frame barn ever in their hometown of Lewisburg, West Virginia. Once completed, the massive structure will serve as a grand wedding venue.
If it Fits, It's Finnish
3. If it Fits, It's Finnish
April 21, 2022
Mark and the crew are called to Pennsylvania to salvage their first-ever cabin built by settlers from Finland. While they're excited to learn a new style of construction, Mark must figure out how to unstack the unorthodox cabin without damaging the logs.
Lakeside Log Cabin
2. Lakeside Log Cabin
April 14, 2022
The Barnwood Builders stack a double pen log cabin on the shores of Lake Guntersville; working with their favorite designer, Karen Tillery, the guys help transform a 1970s ranch house into a rustic lakeside retreat.
A Home Turf Takedown
1. A Home Turf Takedown
April 7, 2022
Ryan builds a rack to display antique mantle beams; Katherine and Arlene from the Barnwood Living office talk to Mark about ways to reuse and sell scrap wood in the showroom; Teeshawn uses extra inventory from the yard to cut shakes.
Description

In this series, a team of builders tracks down buildings that were once functional but that now, in their declining years, have a rustic charm. From there, the builders salvage and refurbish the old buildings, turning them into something new and old at the same time. The series airs on the DIY Network.

Barnwood Builders is a series that is currently running and has 15 seasons (174 episodes). The series first aired on October 7, 2014.

Where to Watch Barnwood Builders

Barnwood Builders is available for streaming on the GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Barnwood Builders on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 7, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (266)