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In the building and renovation series Building Alaska, construction crews and DIYers build luxurious cabins in Alaska. They face challenges that come from the state's difficult weather. But they're ultimately successful in building dream homes. The series airs on the DIY Network.

Building Alaska is a series that is currently running and has 12 seasons (106 episodes). The series first aired on November 11, 2012.

Building Alaska is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Building Alaska on demand atPhilo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Sunday 10:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
12 Seasons, 106 Episodes
November 11, 2012
Documentary & Biography
6.8/10
Cast: Dan Sheedy
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Building Alaska Full Episode Guide

  • First-time builders Amy and Matt Hill brave the frozen landscape as they race to build a cabin in the dead of winter for their snowmobile adventures. They quickly discover that building in freezing temperatures is more challenging than they thought.

  • Mike Oldenkamp is determined to build a grain bin-style cabin that honors his wife's roots. As the Alaskan winter looms, the couple battles to complete their cabin before the weather stops them in their tracks.

  • If you think building in Alaska is hard, try doing it as a newbie! Join some of our bravest and most determined first-time builders as they go all-in and figure out how to build their dream cabin, rookie-style!

  • Jeff work on a cliffside project at Seward, AK and encounters danger when he had the supplies delivered via a helicopter.

  • First-time builder Nick Blanco is eager to construct a fishing lodge entirely out of driftwood he plans to scavenge and mill himself. However, Nick faces harsh realities on Kodiak's rugged shores when he disappears during a storm while searching for wood.

  • Father and son duo Jere and Ben embark on a mission to construct a massive,112-foot-long, 5,000-square-foot floating lodge; tough maneuvering and hurricane force winds make this the most dangerous and challenging project they've ever attempted.

  • Constructing a backcountry ski hut with quick access to sought-after powder snow.

  • Paige and Cody wrap up before dog racing season in Cantwell, while Mike and Kathleen lose all their help deep in the White Mountains. Meanwhile, the Oldenkamps struggle with the challenges of working on a grain-bin-style cabin.

  • The Konduses fight rain and shattered window panes; Mike and Teresa's team gets stuck on slippery scaffolding; and Paige and Cody's build stalls after an ordering snafu.

  • Paige and Cody's build takes a hit when they're left short handed. The foundation is sinking at Mike and Teresa's cabin while Kathleen and Mike Kondus watch part of their cabin begin to crumble.

  • Mike and Kathleen move to interior work, but the remote location is still slow with progress. At Paige and Cody's site, mechanical failures prevent the project from finishing before dog sled season. As Mike and Teresa build higher, it gets more dangerous.

  • Mike and Teresa begin building their walls, but the winch is more dangerous than they realized. Paige and Cody use a boom truck, forcing the team to work extra cautiously. Mike and Kathleen find a nasty surprise at the bottom of the mountain.

  • Mike and Kathleen begin on the foundation, but their nail gun goes on the fritz and the posts aren't level. Dog mushers Paige and Cody run low on supplies. Mike and Teresa work on their foundation with a damaged excavator.

  • Three new couples challenge the Alaskan elements. Mike and Kathleen Kondus build atop a windy tundra, first-time builders Mike and Teresa Oldenkamp construct a complex cabin and Paige Drobny and Cody Strathe create a dog-training facility on haunted land.