'MAINE CABIN MASTERS' RETURNS TO DIY NETWORK
FOR A NEW SEASON OF STUNNING CABIN TRANSFORMATIONS
New York [Oct. 11, 2017] Master builder Chase Morrill and his team of Mainers save some of America's oldest cabins in the new season of DIY Network's Maine Cabin Masters. Premiering Monday, Nov. 27, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, the 16 hour-long episodes follow Chase as he works alongside his sister Ashley, brother-in-law Ryan and friends Lance, Jared and Matt to restore forgotten properties nestled within the farthest reaches of Maine.
"Since I could walk I've had a hammer in hand helping my father," said Chase. "And now every day it's a family affair restoring rundown cabins in my majestic home state."
Throughout the season, the dynamic crew takes on tight budgets and timelines to return dilapidated lakeside summer homes to their former glory. These industrious renovation experts are challenged with their biggest projects yet, such as creating a peaceful lake retreat for disabled veterans and completing a stunning cabin makeover for the drummer of popular rock band Phish.
To learn more about Maine Cabin Masters, visit www.diynetwork.com/MaineCabinMasters for photos and exclusive video from the show. Viewers can interact via social media using #MaineCabinMasters.
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