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Surrounded by a variety of oak, walnut, pine, and maple trees, The Treehouse Guys are in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains in Blue Ridge, Georgia, building a treehouse 15 feet in the trees! Clients Michelle and Kevin Swim want this treehouse to become the be all, end all place for friends and family to gather on the cool fall nights the Blue Ridge Mountains are famous for. Armed with a napkin plan, neighbor Joe is helping the guys build the Swims a tricked out treehouse on their budding vineyard.
The Buttars Family is no stranger to zipping through the trees on their 117-acre property in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. A zipline canopy tour built by Treehouse Guy, Jason Lindsey, keeps Paul Buttars busy most of the season. So wife, Ashley Buttars, thinks a treehouse on the property will be a perfect home away from home so their family can spend more time together during the busy months. While the property is chock full of trees for B'fer and Ka-V's Aisle 6 projects, it also makes for a difficult trek getting materials to the build site, especially in the snow. For the Buttars, a modern design and a large deck create the perfect setting for the family to enjoy the breath taking views.
The Treehouse Guys are in Richmond, Virginia, building a treehouse on the historic Ben Dover Farm. Situated on the lowlands of Virginia and built in a massive Elm tree, the treehouse will take full advantage of the scenic views of the rolling Virginia countryside. Charles Lindbergh made a landing here in the late 1920s and now The Treehouse Guys have landed to build clients Cate and Preston their own 200-300-square-foot home-base on the family property.
The Treehouse Guys head down south for a build in West Memphis, Arkansas, on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. For this project they team up with local builder Christopher Donovan to complete a 2-structure build for client and tree house lover, Abbott Widdicombe. While its unique location offers beautiful views across the river, this build is not without its challenges. Rain, bugs, and a race against the clock test their skills, but the guys rally to build a haven in the trees to match the vision of their tree house crazy client.
The Treehouse Guys are in Worcester Massachusetts, to build a very special treehouse, in a very special tree, for some very special kids, but first they have to cross a battlefield and escape with their lives! With the beautiful fall color as a magnificent backdrop, the guys get to building in a huge 50 foot oak tree. Because the tree is located within 50 feet of a flood plain they'll have to come up with a special design using only the tree as a support. The community rallies around the build and the treehouse is decked-out in some imagination-inspiring kid-friendly decorations, including some special hand-made tables for all the fun games they will play!
The Treehouse Guys are in Hauser Lake, Idaho, to build a treetop escape pod for globetrotting couple Lynn, a physician and human rights researcher, and her husband Andrew, a personal security expert and bodyguard for international diplomats. The couple uses their 10-acre plot of wilderness in the Idaho panhandle to decompress from their demanding, jet-setting jobs, and now they want to add a relaxing escape in the trees. While builder Jake Jacob finds the perfect trio of ponderosa pines to nestle the 2-story, cattywampus treehouse into, the winter weather has other plans for this build.
The Treehouse Guys are joining forces with longtime friend and treehouse builder Michael Murphy for his latest project in Linden, Virginia. They're building a treehouse for a family of climbers, Susan Leopold and her kids on their 300-acre wooded property near the Appalachian Trail. With a passion for plants, Susan hopes to share her ethno-botany background with friends and family in a tree-top apothecary. Perched in a poplar tree and two red oaks, this two-story tree-pothecary will be the perfect haven for nature lovers near and far.
Sweet-talkin' Ashevillians, Michael and Caroline Parrish, embody Southern hospitality. Constantly hosting and showing guests around Asheville, NC, they take pride in the stomping ground they call home. Hoping to create a one-of-a-kind experience on their 5-acre property, Michael and Caroline are excited to take advantage of their mountaintop view and build the ultimate crash pad in the trees. It doesn't take long for the Treehouse Guys to get into the groove for this mountaintop build, chock-full of Southern charm and all the amenities of home.