From boathouses and bunkies to decks, docks and gazebos, join host Colin Hunter on this one-of-a-kind renovation show. Quickly learn how cabin renovations are a different beast compared with house renovations in the city by following each project from humble and sometimes decrepit beginnings to stunning completions.
Colin visits a young family dealing with a dock so decrepit even their dog won’t walk on it. Their '70s style cottage also needs landings, stairs and railings.
Colin helps a determined DIY'er understand his mistakes and rebuild his dock so his wife can dangle her toes in the lake comfortably and safely.
Colin builds a deck for watching the sunset halfway down a cliff. Above and below the deck are hundreds of stairs and landings all tied together with custom-cut handrails.
Colin builds a "gazebo in the trees" so two young buccaneers and their parents can enjoy pirate games all summer long. This unique creation has a rope bridge, a slide and even a sleeping loft in the attic.
Colin pays back the family that taught him to waterski, by building them a brand new dock system for their ski boat. It has a shore dock, ramps, floating docks and even a canopy to protect the boat from the sun.
Colin leads Jacqui and her pink tool belt through the steps of assessing, repairing and redecking her old crib dock. But will it impress her nosy neighbor?
Colin removes and rebuilds the porch on a century-old Inn belonging to his in-laws. It's hard to tell whom Colin is more afraid of: his mother-in-law or the ghosts that inhabit the old building.
Colin’s buddy Gord needs more room for his big parties. Colin's solution is an incredible one-of-a-kind gazebo that is built to party. Great things do come in small packages.
Bryan and Michelle have three young boys. They also have a rotten old dock. They need something quick, lightweight and removable. Colin builds them a metal pole dock that is so simple it goes together in just one day!
This riverside cottage has a deck that has already sent two people to the hospital. Colin rips out the old rotten one and builds a brand-new deck out of recycled plastic. It is guaranteed never to rot and it looks beautiful.
John wants some shade for his grandsons, but he doesn't want to spend much money. Colin comes up with a brilliant alternative to an aluminum pop-up canopy. He goes to the forest to find his own logs and builds a log gazebo from scratch.
Colin teams up with contractor Tom Stead to build a massive dock out of steel. It has to be extra strong and stable because in a couple of years there will be a boathouse built on top of it.
Len's deck is rotting through. He also needs a new set of stairs, a part of the original plan that has been left unfinished for 30 years. Colin only has a week to get everything finished.