Maine Cabin Masters

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  • 2016
  • 9 Seasons
  • 8.5  (463)

Maine Cabin Masters is a reality TV show that premiered on the DIY Network in 2017. The show follows the team of builders, including Chase Morrill, his sister Ashley Morrill, and friend Ryan Eldridge, as they transform old cabins and camps into new and improved getaway destinations for their clients in Maine.

Chase, Ashley, and Ryan are a team of skilled builders who have a deep appreciation for the beauty and history of Maine's cabins. They have been working together since childhood and have a passion for preserving the rustic charm of these structures while making them comfortable and practical for modern living.

The show's format generally starts with the trio meeting with their clients, who have a cabin or camp that needs work. The clients share their vision for the renovation, and the team gets to work on designing and executing the plan. Along the way, the show offers viewers a glimpse into the team's creative process, skillful construction techniques, and unique design ideas.

The cabins and camps that the Maine Cabin Masters team works on range from dilapidated hunting cabins to historic lakeside camps. The team's renovations can include anything from rebuilding foundations to modernizing plumbing and electrical systems. They also tackle interior design, often finding and repurposing antique and vintage items to keep the cabins looking rustic and authentic.

Another aspect of the show that viewers often enjoy is the team's camaraderie and banter. Chase, Ashley, and Ryan have a close relationship, and their personalities shine through in their interactions with one another. They bring humor and light-heartedness to their work, making the show an enjoyable watch for viewers.

As the show has progressed, it's also illuminated the challenging work environment that the builders face in Maine's harsh winters. They often have to work in sub-zero temperatures, haul equipment across frozen lakes, and shovel feet of snow just to get to the cabins they're working on. It adds an extra layer of respect for their dedicated work to viewers.

In addition to the main renovation work, Maine Cabin Masters also features additional segments, such as "Chase's Challenge," where owner and builder Chase Morrill sets a task for his team to complete, or "Ask Maine Cabin Masters," where viewers write in with questions and the team answers them on-air.

Overall, Maine Cabin Masters is a delightful and educational reality show that highlights the beauty of Maine's wilderness and the impressive construction skills of its team. Its fans appreciate the team's aesthetic and commitment to historical preservation while bringing modern convenience and comfort to some of Maine's oldest and most storied cabins.

Maine Cabin Masters is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (131 episodes). The series first aired on February 23, 2016.

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Helping After a House Fire
16. Helping After a House Fire
February 26, 2024
The Maine Cabin Masters help out old family friends whose house suffered fire damage. The crew faces the challenge of working on the residence while Ashley makes a scrapbook and a one-of-a-kind bench to honor old memories.
Dilapidated to Debonair on Damariscotta
15. Dilapidated to Debonair on Damariscotta
February 19, 2024
This Damariscotta camp has a decent shell, but Chase and the crew must rethink the floorplan from the baseboards up to give the family the wonderful weekend place they had hoped for.
All-Star Camp on Cobbosee
14. All-Star Camp on Cobbosee
February 12, 2024
Chase and the group pair up with all-star sports announcer Dan Patrick, whose family compound needs a new bunkhouse. The Maine Cabin Masters will need the entire lineup to contribute because the endeavor is beginning from scratch. Show less
Best Views
13. Best Views
February 5, 2024
Ashley and Dixie review some of the best builds in the most scenic places.
A Growing Gem on Pocasset
12. A Growing Gem on Pocasset
January 29, 2024
A growing family needs more space at their camp on Pocasset Lake. While the crew handles the remodeling, layout revamp, wall replacement and dormer addition, Ashley and Ryan come up with a way to display the family's tradition of collecting rocks.
Great Things in Small Packages
11. Great Things in Small Packages
January 22, 2024
The Maine Cabin Masters team up with the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, a local nonprofit that develops business opportunities for disadvantaged youth, to create a tiny house for its participants.
Fred & the Bishops' Family Cottage
10. Fred & the Bishops' Family Cottage
January 15, 2024
The Bishops' waterside cottage was built in the 1930s and is overdue for an upgrade. The crew powers through demo day, upcycles some of the original lumber and expands the place upward and outward making this camp a spacious getaway suitable for the whole family, even Fred the fish.
Overhaul on the Upper Narrows
9. Overhaul on the Upper Narrows
January 8, 2024
This family camp was in great shape, considering its age, until a tree fell onto its roof! They chose to use the mishap as an opportunity, calling in the Maine Cabin Masters to facilitate an expansion.
A Twofer in West Gardiner
8. A Twofer in West Gardiner
January 1, 2024
The Maine Cabin Masters update a pair of cabins right on the water.
Super Sweet Holiday Special
7. Super Sweet Holiday Special
December 4, 2023
It's the holiday season and the Cabin Masters are in the spirit. Ryan and Ashley plot a stealthy, secret gift for Chase, while the guys team up with a nonprofit and put their woodworking skills to the test to create gifts for a local toy drive.
Dome Sweet Dome
6. Dome Sweet Dome
November 27, 2023
The Maine Cabin Masters help out a family with one of their most unique builds: a geodesic dome.
Total Teardowns
5. Total Teardowns
November 20, 2023
The Cabin Masters always bring their A-game when it comes to restoration, but some camps are too far gone to restore; Ryan and Jedi recap their favorite camps that went from dilapidated to debonair thanks to a total teardown.
New Woodshop, Improved Headquarters
4. New Woodshop, Improved Headquarters
November 13, 2023
The crew acquires a retired lumber yard and builds out a new woodshop for projects; they also revamp their headquarters to improve flow.
Family Ski Cabin
3. Family Ski Cabin
November 6, 2023
Grab your snowsuit and your favorite set of skis, the Maine Cabin Masters are heading to the hills to help the snow-happy Richardson family fulfill their dream ofowning a slope side abode at the Black Mountain Ski Resort! In addition to coping with Maine's snowy winter conditions the crew must overcome the difficulties of construction in a flood plain and must make their cuts carefully.
The Red Camp in Belgrade
2. The Red Camp in Belgrade
October 30, 2023
The Red Camp has been in this family for 60 years and is in need of some modern upgrades; the crew combats copper corrosion, critter nests and the dreaded camp curse while raising the roof to give this waterside camp some well-deserved upgrades.
Legacy Camp on Maranacook Lake
1. Legacy Camp on Maranacook Lake
October 24, 2023
A lake-loving family has outgrown their legacy cabin. The gang tackles the challenges of remodeling this mazelike layout as Ashley uses an heirloom for a special project -- all in time for the family's annual 4th of July party.
Where to Watch Maine Cabin Masters
Maine Cabin Masters is available for streaming on the DIY Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Maine Cabin Masters on demand at Max, Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    February 23, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    8.5  (463)