Mark Bowe and his crew of West Virginia master craftsmen salvage antique barns and cabins, reusing the wood to create stunning, modern homes. The Barnwood Builders are devoted to salvaging and will stop at nothing to give 200-year-old structures new life, providing entertainment, inspiration and awe along the way.
The builders travel to Flintstone, Md. to save a unique double pen bank barn dating back to the 1800s; the clients are young homesteaders on a mission to restore the land back to its original glory
The Barnwood Builders return to Paris, Texas to build a one of a kind timber frame wedding chapel: the guys get a motocross demo from a professional rider and visit a log chapel they helped build in Virginia to celebrate its anniversary.
The Barnwood Builders head to Paris, Texas, to turn an 1800s cabin into a bridal suite, but they suffer a setback when most of the logs are missing tags. Mark and Teeshawn explore the Texas countryside, and the guys visit an extraordinary blacksmith shop.
The Barnwood Builders take down an 1839 swing beam-style barn in Blairstown, New Jersey. While Mark works on his New Jersey accent, the guys explore a Christmas tree farm, work with a beekeeper and visit a craftsman who makes brooms the old-fashioned way.
In Blountville, TN, the Barnwood Builders find a true treasure: a log cabin built in 1818. Mark teaches the new crew members how to scout log cabins, they take a trip to historic Blountville and Johnny Jett gets to knock over an old home all by himself.
In the hills of Alabama, the Barnwood Builders take on their most-complicated build ever to create a monster-sized wedding pavilion dreamed up by designer Karen Tillery. It's the perfect marriage of wood and steel!Watch Now:iTunes
The Barnwood Builders teach two young apprentices how to build a timber frame barn in Weston, West Virginia. Mark Bowe explores the finished 4-H cabin at Jackson's Mill, and Mark Battle checks out a finished mountain top retreat in New Market, Virginia.Watch Now:iTunes
The Barnwood Builders work close to home to salvage a barn in Alderson, WV.Watch Now:iTunes
Not far from the Boneyard, the town of White Sulphur Springs was devastated by a recent flood. Mark and the guys step up to help their neighbor rebuild, Barnwood style. They repair a garage by wrapping it in barnwood and use log skins to transform a prefab shed into a log cabin playroom. Mark also visits a modern Montana home covered in log skins.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark and the guys save a log cabin from an old Virginia tobacco farm and to turn it into a tasting room for a local distillery.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark's client wants to use the barnwood from an enormous Pennsylvania bank barn to outfit his Arizona restaurant. It's a beast of a job in the middle of a heat wave, but the Barnwood Builders just won't quit. They save 5,000 board feet of prized barnwood from the cattle stalls, granary floors and 40-foot walls. Mark also pays a visit to another restaurant decked out in barnwood for inspiration.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark Bowe visits finished cabins he helped build in Montana, Texas, South Carolina, West Virginia, and North Carolina; a big surprise awaits Mark in Gatlinburg, Tenn.Watch Now:iTunes
The crew members build a timber-frame kitchen that will be the centerpiece of a high-end mountain retreat in Brevard, N.C.; later, Mark and the guys visit some of the architect's other spectacular log homes.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark and the crew salvage their first-ever cabin built by Finnish settlers.Watch Now:iTunes
In Alabama, the team faces obstacles transforming a ranch house by a lake.Watch Now:iTunes
The Barnwood Builders float down the Ohio River and land in Paducah, Kentucky, where they try to save a little cabin in a big quarry. The cabin is in rough shape, but these guys don't give up on it. Their time in Paducah is filled with pioneer ingenuity. Alex Makes a chair, Johnny drives a dump truck, Sherman makes a quilt and Mark helps build a barnwood table.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark and the guys work to dismantle a barn built by Abe Lincoln's uncle around 1830. Can they save the 180 year-old logs? Back on the Boneyard, they use old tobacco timbers to build a new barn in the Appalachian dogtrot style.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark and the guys return to Texas to build a gigantic party barn out of an old timber frame. They use old-fashioned tools to retrofit the barn for modern use, and they install a rare swing beam in the center bent.Watch Now:iTunes
The Barnwood builders restore a cabin with major challenges. Mark visits the finished log skin mountain home designed by Karen Tillery. Katherine Shelton works at the boneyard blacksmith shop. And Alex makes a table from salvaged floorboards.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark and the guys wade in the water to save a dilapidated Springhouse. Johnny and Tim go exploring while Mark and Graham clean up the spring. Back on the boneyard, they rebuild the Springhouse and finish the inside of the Container Cabin!Watch Now:iTunes
Mark brings one of his biggest ideas to life, a foldable steel cabin. The crew takes the cabin on its maiden voyage and unfolds it for the first time in the boneyard, then they add a timber frame facade and a complete barnwood interior to finish it off in style.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark Bowe and the guys sit down to talk about a few of their favorite things: cabins and barns. With special guests, never-before-seen footage and hilarious outtakes. Mark also talks about his new house.Watch Now:iTunes
The Barnwood Builders pull into New Ringgold, Pennsylvania, in a covered wagon, ready to take down and move a very complicated carriage house. They find all sorts of treasures in the 150-year-old pioneer garage before they carefully strip it, lift the roof off in sections and disassemble the beams.Watch Now:iTunes
Mark and the guys go way beyond the call of duty to save the last cabin from the old town of Roanoke, West Virginia. The Fox Sisters show up to watch their father's boyhood home get moved to a local four-diamond resort. And when the job is complete, the community comes out in full force to celebrate the new cabin.Watch Now:iTunes