With so many family members frequenting their parents' lakefront property, the Hermans decide to give Mom and Dad a place to rest and relax. They build a 10,000-pound floating volcano-themed fishing cabi where Dad can fish and Mom can enjoy the sun.
It's all about the Fiddlers. First, the Hermans infuse sun and fun into a double decker dock for Jake and Laura Fiddler. Then, the Hermans hook up Grandpa Fiddler with a cool scuba system perfect for swimming with fishes.
Chris and Sandra want a nice place to get away to but don't want to spend a lot of time driving there. They found a lakeside location close to home, and now they just need to put a cabin on it! With the Hermans' help their picturesque location gets a two-bedroom cabin with sleeping lofts, a deck, custom staircase to the lake and a rope swing for the grandkids.
Dave and Michelle have a backyard that's usually full of kids, but with nothing more than a dirt pile, it's time for an upgrade. They call in the Herman brothers to build a killer treehouse with a loft, tire swings, a slide and a suspension bridge that leads to a lookout deck.
When escaping with family to his ranch, Curtis likes to golf, bow hunt, fish, swim, play with the grandkids and relax by one of his many lakes. The Hermans pull it all together with a motorized floating golf green that features a clubhouse, putting area, fully stocked bar and storage for rods, bows and lounge chairs.
The Bixlers love the great outdoors but don't like roughing it when it comes to camping. They like to think of themselves as "glampers," or glam campers. So how do they build a semi permanent location they can bring the whole family to camp in? The Herman Brothers help them put together a teepee village complete with horse corral, trails and rock steps right to the lake.
Having a family vacation ranch is great, but sometimes teenagers need an area for themselves. Two fathers call on the Herman brothers to build a lakeside beach paradise for an active group of teenagers. The Hermans build a new beach with a gazebo, floating jump dock, and state-of-the-art zip line.
The Hermans are called upon by the Gorell family to build a remote lake island fort. With plenty of childhood forts of their own to draw on for inspiration, the brothers construct a fort from local trees complete with lookout tower, sleeping bunks and a suspension bridge.
Chad and Julie have a house on the lake, and they want to turn their unfinished basement into a finished space with a separate bathroom that can support all their lake activities. This space gets a facelift with a new dining table, bathroom, storage for kids toys and of course a new deck complete with a sandbox.
The Herman brothers' parents Beth and Greg have been vacationing in Gulf Shores, Alabama, for more than 20 years. Their beach condo has a great pool, but the rest of the outdoor space is unfinished. Nate surprises his dad with a new deck area complete with a grilling station, fire pit and recreation area for the grandkids.
A client, Joe, in Gulf Shores, Alabama, wants the Herman brothers to restore his old bayside dock house. It's located on Wendy's Way because that's what Joe's wife, Wendy, wants and gets: her way. The brothers remodel the structure and add a few new features, including a bar and stone fireplace.