Paulie and Tuffy have a daunting plan: to transform a shipping container into a manly cabin getaway. Even getting the materials to the top of the muddy mountain is a feat of engineering.
While helping an ex-Navy SEAL build multiple camps for his friends and family, Paulie and Tuffy propose a wild solution: turn a military cargo truck onto a mobile cabin.
Short on both time and money, Paulie and Tuffy must repurpose a 100-year-old barn into a brand-new cabin for farmer Mike Carney and his best friends.
Father and son Pat and Ryan Sweeney have always wanted to build a cabin, but never had the time, so they’ve calling in Paulie and Tuffy to make their dream a reality.
Owning a log cabin has always been Jeremy’s dream. But because he's the least-handy man they’ve ever worked with, Paulie and Tuffy knows they're going to have to keep this build simple.
Sefl-confessed redneck Tim wants to turn a piece of swampy hunting land into a sportsman's paradise, but his 30 acres of mucky terrain will be tough for Paulie and Tuffy to tackle.
When a demanding building project for a retired veterinarian pushes Paulie and Tuffy to their limits, Paulie has some choice words for his hard-headed client.
John wants a view of the sunset while his wife wants the sunrise. Tuffy has a ridiculous-sounding solution: create a rotating getaway by building the cabin on top of an old excavator.
Paulie and Tuffy take on their wettest and wildest challenge yet, working with biologist Jared Woodcock to build a duck blind where Jared’s family can appreciate nature.
Paulie and Tuffy set their sights on building the ultimate snowboarding getaway at the top of a steep ski slope for father and son Tim and Chris Waker.
Men are fleeing the 9 to 5 and heading into the wild, determined to create their own unplugged paradise. And they’re going to need some help. Extreme Makeover: Home Edition designer Paul “Paulie” DiMeo, and his building partner Tuffy are battling the elements and the wilderness to create incredible wilderness cabin retreats in America’s last frontiers.
From a snowboarder’s paradise perched atop an abandoned ski hill to a cabin built on a turntable so the owners can enjoy the sunrise, these getaways are dreams come true.
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