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In this home-building and renovation series, adventurous builders construct homes in hostile climates without the benefit of modern conveniences and infrastructure. The series airs on the Discovery cable network. Jake Rademacher, Ross Huguet, and Collette Foley star. Building Off the Grid is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (80 episodes). The series first aired on January 26, 2014.

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Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
10 Seasons, 80 Episodes
January 26, 2014
Cast: Michael Reynolds
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Building Off the Grid Full Episode Guide

  • A musician and college student wants an off-the-grid treehouse compound with three structures, each serving living and sustainability, in the Arkansas woods. Water and supply issues will make getting it done in 30 days tough, even with his father's help.

  • A couple looks to build an eco-friendly, off-the-grid geodesic dome, cooled using geothermal caves with a view of Tennessee's South Cumberland Mountain Range. But they're up against uncertain weather, intricate design and treacherous mountain paths.

  • A pro builder constructs an off-grid dream home for his family on a remote riverside plot in the heart of Canada's east coast.

  • A couple builds a super technologically advanced home on a Colorado cliff.

  • A mother-and-son team pulls up stakes from the crowded confines of Orange County to build an off-grid family commune outside Keaau, Hawaii.

  • A father-son duo builds an off-grid home in Montana's Flathead Valley. The 720-square-foot stick-frame home takes advantage of the mountain winds using a wind-turbine generator for power and features plenty of upcycled materials from the surrounding area.

  • A Montana carpenter has big plans to build a unique pontoon houseboat so he can live on Flathead Lake year-round. As both a builder and artist, he has the skills to turn his vision into a reality but an early winter threatens the whole project.

  • Peter and Ashley Jensen build a sustainable straw bale panel house in the Hudson Valley -- the first of its kind in the States. With only three months to work, the race against nature is as they attempt to finish before the East Coast winter sets in.

  • A group of off-grid-living enthusiasts come together to build a 300-square-foot bungalow. With a variety of eco-friendly features, including a solar-powered water pump, this house is a welcome addition to the environmentally friendly community.

  • A couple builds self-sustaining home near the Ozark National Forest.

  • A couple constructs an upcycled off-grid homestead deep in the sprawling South Carolina islands; plans for the catamaran-style home include a luxury yacht aesthetic, but the couple must build during hurricane season to meet their deadline.

  • A novice builder constructs a cabin in Vermont's White River Valley.

  • A man builds a modular home on a cliff off the coast of Vancouver.

  • A family attempts to build a 400-square foot cabin situated on a small island in Northern Idaho. Access to the property is limited and rough waters make it difficult to bring materials in. It's a race to the finish as winter hits the island early.

  • Mark Smith builds an off-grid modular home perched high on a cliff off the coast of Vancouver, Canada; the pressure is on as even the smallest mistake can result in the home tumbling 85 feet down into the ocean.

  • Cappie showcases the luxury of off-grid living by building a modern home in the Black Hills of South Dakota. This stunning all-solar-powered abode will have a wood-burning fireplace, gourmet kitchen and a 400-square-foot loft.