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Working from their shop north of San Francisco, Michael "Bug" Deakin and his team at Heritage Salvage aim to meet client demands by repurposing forgotten wood into beautifully crafted pieces.
Bug and his team transform a kitchen with salvaged Douglas fir from the historic Mare Island Naval Yard and deconstruct a classic northern California chicken house from the early 1900s. Ross works on a secret project at the yard that is a surprise for the entire team.
Bug and his team attempt a large, stubborn tear down that could be their biggest score ever, if the materials are even salvageable. Then, the gang takes on a front porch renovation that forces them to get creative with 18th-century Victorian materials.
Bug and the gang are tasked with one of the most dangerous salvage projects to date: bringing down a structure without damaging the building it's attached to. Then, the team uses one-of-a-kind reclaimed pieces to transform an unused shed into an entertaining space with loads of charm.
Bug and the team discover a treasure trove filled with salvageable old growth redwood, but the danger might outweigh the reward. Back at the yard, the team is tasked with completing a kitchen renovation for a couple that wants to expand their tiny space into a large kitchen on a small budget.
Bug and his team travel to West Petaluma, CA, to take down a 95-year-old egg house that's dangerously close to a high-voltage power line. Cup and Karen build a one-of-a-kind, customized shed for a client, and the whole team puts their heads together to renovate a kitchen for a client with very particular tastes.
In a show first, Bug and the team deconstruct a historic boat with a lot of salvage potential. Then, Bug and the crew pull out all the stops on a custom, floor-to-ceiling statement piece for a war veteran and his wife who want to transform their dark and drab living room.
The team at Heritage Salvage works hard to salvage as much as they can from their biggest brooder barn to date. Back at the shipyard, Bug comes up with a plan to use a hand-hewn beam from a Pennsylvania Amish barn to bring a client's new build back to its roots, then the team must get creative to create a one-of-a-kind item for a special client.
Bug and Steve find a rare redwood water tank that has tons of potential, if they can salvage it properly. A new client stops by the yard looking to design an intricate hardwood feature for their home, and Ross builds a special house for a family's four-legged friend.
Bug and the team are tasked with reclaiming materials from a historic vineyard that can turn a huge profit if they make it out unscathed. A couple stops by the yard looking to reinvent their bedroom and bathroom using materials that are unique to their heritage, and Max is recruited to create a project that will bring the entire team together for some fun competition.
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