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In this reality series, the owners of an architectural salvage business look for beautiful, if worn, examples of architectural detail in buildings that aren't going to survive. The men turn these discovered gems into showpieces that clients can use in their pricey upscale projects.

Salvage Dawgs is a series that is currently running and has 12 seasons (142 episodes). The series first aired on November 8, 2012.

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Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
12 Seasons, 142 Episodes
November 8, 2012
Kids & Family, Talk & Interview
7.5/10
Cast: Robert Kulp, Mike Whiteside, Grayson Goldsmith, Tay Whiteside
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Salvage Dawgs Full Episode Guide

  • The Dawgs take on a salvage in Bath County, Virginia, at the Cascades Inn.

  • Robert takes the Dawgs downtown to salvage a historic firehouse that is being transformed into a restaurant and brewery. Later, Mike and Tay visit an antique shop in hopes of picking up some parts for a commission build.

  • Recruited by a local church, the Dawgs head across town to remove a weakening bell tower, and things turn out to be more dangerous than expected. Later, Mike works with a customer to design a checkout counter that's as practical as it is stunning.

  • The Dawgs travel to Dublin, Virginia, to help remove a dated water turbine from the historic Belle-Hampton Farm. After a full day of salvage, Mike and Tay return to the shop to build a kitchen island cart.

  • Firefighters ask the Dawgs to salvage what they can from their old fire house, and the team works with them to incorporate the materials into a new facility. Then, the guys heads to Highpoint, NC, to fill up their trucks with international treasures.

  • Robert keeps the team local as they take on the old Liberty Trust Building.

  • The team tackles a five-story cigarette factory in tobacco country.

  • The Dawgs are challenged by extravagant remodeling and design touches while salvaging a governor's mansion in Livingston, N.J.; Mike and Tay work on a build for a local bar.

  • The Dawgs travel to North Carolina in hopes of salvaging a mansion in Charlotte and an iconic sign in Raleigh. Later, Mike and Tay reconvene at the shop to transform ironwood pallets into ergonomically pleasing chairs.

  • The Dawgs focus their attention on the exterior finishes of the Boulevard at the Capital Centre to complete their last round of salvaging in Largo, MD. Later, the team transforms a box of old farm equipment into a one-of-a-kind build.

  • The Dawgs return to Jamestown, NY, for their second go at salvaging a home that's been expanded to create a 26,000-square-foot Moose Lodge. The mixed architecture turns over an array of treasures, including neon lights and ornate roofing tiles.

  • The crew salvages items from a sporting goods store in Largo, Maryland.

  • Eager to save some late Victorian architecture, the Dawgs accept an invitation to salvage a hundred-year-old Moose Lodge in Jamestown, New York. The 10-hour drive proves worth it as they collect unique stair spindles and beautiful stained glass.

  • The Dawgs take a second stab at the Boulevard at Capital Centre. This time, they bring home finds from a Japanese restaurant, a bank and a spa, including shoji screens and bullet-resistant plexiglass. Back at home, they complete a build for a dear friend and upcycle an old apple crate into outdoor seating.

  • The Dawgs salvage a 1900s farmhouse in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. Along with the usual doors and hardware, they find ornate ceiling medallions, a clawfoot tub and pine flooring. A built-in cabinet yields a potential treasure.

  • The Dawgs get a huge opportunity in suburban Washington, DC, where they work on the former site of the Capital Centre. The arena was demolished in 2002, but the mall that replaced it is now being redeveloped. First up is a barbecue restaurant that closed just two years after it was built. Back in Roanoke, Tay builds a breakfast table out of an old car engine.

  • The Dawgs head to Martinsville, VA, to salvage a house that was condemned after an electrical fire. Knowing they have a customer looking for a kitchen island, Mike and Robert take advantage of a granite counter in the burned-down home.

  • The team travels to Moneta, Virginia, to salvage a diner and drive-in that were destroyed by a fire.

  • After a call from their old friend, Captain Tim, the crew travels to Norfolk, Virginia, to salvage a fireboat from Baltimore. When they return to the shop, Mike and Tay enlist the help of a local coppersmith to fashion unique foot baths for Hotel Roanoke.

  • The Dawgs pick through a barn and take on a Queen Anne-style home in Barnesville, Ohio. Mike Whiteside meets with a return client who has an idea for a dining table set made from rusted baskets and live edge wood.

  • The competition on making the most exceptional piece from materials salvaged at an old power plant.

  • Southern Dawgs head up north to deliver a large lamppost that will serve as the focal point of a new community space. Before taking on this project, however, Robert takes the team to the Bluefield House in West Virginia to rack up on the classic commodities needed to restock their warehouse.

  • The Dawgs take a stab at a refurbished storefront in historic downtown Lexington, Virginia. The second-generation salvage requires a lot of finesse, as the building is being renovated rather than destroyed. Then, the team turns the existing windowpanes into a room divider commissioned by the building's owner.

  • The Dawgs tackle Ohio's cold and snowy winter to salvage an old Italiante house that's beaming with character. Back in the shop, things heat up as Tay comes up with a plan to use old pulleys as the legs for a unique table.

  • Mike and Robert take the Dawgs to salvage a church in Alexandria, VA, where they must save everything from contemporary pews to a commercial grade sink. However, the team is forced to get creative as they are met with heights, narrow hallways and perplexing waterlines.

  • The Dawgs head to Blacksburg, Va., to salvage an 1800s barn with an internal log structure. This should be a textbook job, but with a hurricane on the horizon, the team is under a tighter deadline to make it out before the storm rolls in. Later, the team turns part of an airplane into a stunning desk.