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Maine Cabin Masters

Diy Network · 2017 ·
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Maine Cabin Masters is a reality television show airing on the DIY Network that chronicles the restoration and renovation of cabins in Maine. The show centers on contractor Chase Morrill, his designer sister Ashley Morrill, and her carpenter husband Ryan Eldridge. There's no shortage of work for Maine-based builder Chase Morrill, whose specialty is renovating rustic cabins and camps all over Pine Tree State. Working alongside his sister, brother-in-law, and best friend, Morrill contracts with clients to save and transform rundown cabins buried deep in Maine's remote woods. From century-old cottages to lakeside retreats in need of some major repairs, Chase and his team give these dilapidated properties the revivals they have needed for decades.

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Show NameMaine Cabin Masters
NetworkDiy Network
Year2017
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