The Treehouse Guys

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  • 2015
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.8  (25)

The Treehouse Guys is an American television show produced by DIY Network. The show premiered on May 31, 2014, and ran for three seasons. The show stars Christopher Haake, James Roth, and Jason Lindsey as they build custom treehouses for their clients. The Treehouse Guys features a team of professional builders who design and construct incredible, one-of-a-kind treehouses for their clients. Each episode of the show follows the Treehouse Guys as they travel to different locations to meet with their clients and build their dream treehouses.

Throughout the show, viewers get an inside look at the building process, from the initial design concepts to the final construction. The team faces various challenges along the way, including inclement weather and unexpected construction issues, but they always manage to overcome them and deliver an amazing treehouse.

The show is a great source of inspiration for those looking to build their own treehouses, showcasing the unique designs and features that can be incorporated into a custom treehouse. The Treehouse Guys also offer tips and techniques for building safe and sturdy treehouses, as well as advice on choosing the best trees for supporting a treehouse.

One of the standout aspects of the show is the Treehouse Guys themselves. Christopher Haake, James Roth, and Jason Lindsey are all passionate about their work, and their enthusiasm is infectious. They are experts in their field, with years of experience in designing and building treehouses, and their skill and knowledge are evident in every episode.

The Treehouse Guys also interact with their clients in a unique and personal way, taking the time to understand their needs and desires for their treehouse. They work closely with their clients throughout the building process, often incorporating personal touches and special features that reflect the client's individuality.

Another great aspect of the show is the locations where the treehouses are built. From secluded forests to urban backyards, the Treehouse Guys travel to a variety of different locations to build their treehouses. This provides viewers with a glimpse into some amazing and often unexpected places where a treehouse can be built.

Overall, The Treehouse Guys is an entertaining and informative show that is sure to inspire anyone interested in building a treehouse. With its skilled and charismatic hosts, stunning treehouse designs, and insider tips on construction and design, this show is a must-watch for lovers of architecture, design, and engineering.

The Treehouse Guys is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (29 episodes). The series first aired on July 13, 2015.

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Bigfoot Hideout in Washington
6. Bigfoot Hideout in Washington
August 10, 2017
The guys are on the lookout for Sasquatch as they work on a 350-square-foot treehouse in the middle of Bigfoot country.
Recycled Tennessee Treehouse
5. Recycled Tennessee Treehouse
July 17, 2017
High school sweethearts Michael and Denise call on The Treehouse Guys to build a treehouse for their family. Located in Hartsville, Tennessee, this 90-acre plot of farmland along the Cumberland River boasts rich family history. Utilizing the resources around them, the team builds as much of the house as possible using repurposed windows, tobacco sticks, barn wood and other items that they scrounge up along the way.
Discovery Treehouse in Massachusetts
4. Discovery Treehouse in Massachusetts
July 7, 2017
The Treehouse Guys are all kids at heart, so when they were asked to build a treehouse for a children's museum in Acton, Massachusetts, they couldn't pass up the chance. Their plan to get more kids outside begins with the construction of a huge treehouse with crooked windows and a wavy shed roof. Then, the large wrap around deck leads to a wobbly bridge and slippery, family-sized slide.
Cattywampus Treehouse in Ann Arbor
3. Cattywampus Treehouse in Ann Arbor
June 15, 2017
B'fer Roth is headed to his home state of Michigan to build a treehouse for North Star Reach, a special camp for children with serious health challenges. B'fer can't wait to show off his old stomping grounds to The Treehouse Guys, and the fellas pull out all the stops when it comes to creativity with this treehouse, making it look and feel like the kids build it. The treehouse features reclaimed skis, snowboards and license plates as window trim and decor as well as old car parts for windows and doorways. It's in a breathtaking locale that overlooks a lake and begs for a zap line, a slower-moving zip line, so that all campers have the freedom to roam and enjoy this tricked-out treetop retreat.
Diamond in the Sky Treehouse
2. Diamond in the Sky Treehouse
June 2, 2017
The guys build their largest treehouse to date in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a towering turret and an old moonshine still water feature to celebrate the local history.
Arboreal Abode in Big Sky
1. Arboreal Abode in Big Sky
May 15, 2017
The guys build a two-story home nestled high in the ponderosa pines of a family's property in Columbia Falls, Montana. The creative family gets in on the build action by focusing on a spiral staircase made from a giant tree trunk.
Where to Watch The Treehouse Guys
The Treehouse Guys is available for streaming on the diy network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Treehouse Guys on demand at Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 13, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (25)