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The team builds a gable-covered deck with skylights for a mountain retreat in Estes Park, Colo., facing difficult hurdles at a build site on top of a granite boulder at an elevation of 9,000 feet; a spiral staircase is delivered via helicopter.
The team transforms a tiny deck into the perfect outdoor entertaining space with a custom kitchen, a pizza oven and a hot tub.
The combination of terrible weather and their tightest deadline ever makes for a stressful deck build; the homeowners give the team a half a million-dollar budget to build features like an elevator, mahogany, skylights and glass walls and flooring.
An engineer's rejection of a timber-framed roof design for a $200,000 rustic retreat tests the crew's quick thinking; in under three months, they create a space with a fireplace, skylights, a fire pit and pergola.
The team tackles a downright dangerous deck, facing challenging weather, rotting wood and an infestation; they create a sprawling, four-season retreat, which includes two fire features, custom stonework, a pizza oven and glass walls.
The team undertakes one of the biggest demolitions in series history, tearing down 1,500 square feet of stucco; they create a shady space raising three different roofs supported by steel framing and 500-pound beams.
The team creates a cohesive space, building a steel-framed deck adjacent to an existing patio and adding a walkway leading to a new patio by the pond; the deck has a Zen-like feel, while the new patio feels natural with stone seating and a fire pit.
A young family begs for help with their unsafe wooden deck; Garth and the team face a huge challenge transforming this rickety eyesore into a two-story masterpiece with a spiral staircase.
With a $750,000 budget, the team spends four months building a masterpiece; after a delay due to freezing temperatures, the crew creates a luxurious space with a heated patio, giant pool, hot tub, and master suite deck.
The team has big plans to create a large, enclosed space from which the homeowners can enjoy their gorgeous mountain views; the crew must hoist a 500-pound door over the edge of a cliff while battling cold temperatures and icy terrain.
The crew demolishes a 1970s-era sunroom and a small deck to create a cozy and functional space with a kitchen, a two-sided fireplace, water features, and a custom privacy wall; a no-show inspector and spring snow storms threaten the project.
Garth is challenged to build a modern, spacious deck while maintaining a log-cabin feel; the team is thrown for a loop when the homeowners change the design plan with three weeks to spare.
Garth and his team transform a small, shabby and useless deck into a double-decker party zone with 18-foot high ceilings, 11-foot tall glass panels and audiovisual elements.