Another season Maine cabin makeovers kicks off on the DIY Network this week.

Maine Cabin Masters will return to TV for another season of impressive cabin renovation wizardry. Going into their sixth season, Maine Cabin Masters follows Chase Morrill and his crew of builders as they give run-down cabins around the state a major facelift. The show returns with new episodes starting Monday, February 1, at 9 p.m.

A sneak peek of the new episode was shared on Facebook. According to the post:

A decade ago the Wilkinson family, Dave, his wife Kelly, and sons Rex and Cy, realized their dream, purchasing “Wit’s End” in Hartford, ME. But a nasty winter storm and a fallen tree threatened to destroy the camp. Heartbroken, the Wilkinsons called on Chase and the Cabin Masters for a rescue.

The crew has taken on some big jobs over the years of building in front of the cameras. Featured camp overhauls include work for The Travis Mills Foundation, Phish drummer Jon Fishman, Agassiz Village, a even a playground cabin for theKennebec Valley YMCA in Augusta. The show even followed along with the crew as they constructed an official headquarters for Kennebec Cabin Company, aka Maine Cabin Masters.

New episodes will air on DIY Network, and all 63 episodes are now streaming on Discovery +.

The first season premiered in January 2017.

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