NEW SEASON OF 'MAINE CABIN MASTERS' PREMIERES ON DIY NETWORK MONDAY DEC. 3
New York [Oct. 29, 2018] Armed with a passion to save some of the country's oldest cabins, master builder Chase Morrill and his intrepid construction team salvage decaying rustic retreats in a new season of DIY Network's Maine Cabin Masters. Premiering Monday, Dec. 3, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, the 16-episode season spotlights Chase and his crew, which includes his sister Ashley and brother-in-law Ryan, as they renovate beloved family getaways on Maine's Atlantic coast and lakeshores. Throughout the season, the cabin masters surprise clients with personalized projects, including a pet play space for a family that rescues animals, custom lobster-trap chairs to furnish a converted seafood shack, and a sleigh table fit for an off-duty Santa.
"The cabins are so important to the families who call us for help," said Chase. "We breathe new life into these cherished retreats, so their owners can continue making memories with loved ones for decades to come."
The premiere episode follows Chase to a lakeside cabin owned by a couple who want to turn the dark and cramped home into a bright and welcoming space perfect for entertaining. To help revive the old property, the team expands the second floor, adds a barrel stave stair railing and builds a new stone firepit. In addition, Chase builds a beautiful rustic bar crafted from locally sourced beer barrels that features a tap hidden inside an old fuse box.
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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