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For one innovative Colorado deck and landscape company, outdoor living is art and they'll show you how it's done. From one-of-a-kind fire features, to entertainment systems and kitchens that rival a 5-star restaurant, they'll create stunning transformations that break the mold of backyard living. And with a crew of guys who are easy on the eyes, it's not just the amazing before and after that have jaws dropping.
Season 3, Episode 4

Building Bigger in Texas

Garth travels to the Lone Star State to build its first mega deck. Following the mantra "Everything's bigger in Texas," Garth unifies a disjointed patio, doubling the floor space and quadrupling the covered living area. The $325,000 deck is finished with fire pits, a swim spa and a mesquite bar top.

Tuesday
Apr 20
7pm | 6c
Season 3, Episode 5

Mountain Masterpiece

A mountain home in Conifer, Colorado, gets a $375K deck with a wall-sized stone fireplace, a hot tub that seats 12 and a grill kitchen. Jason's team is pitted against Mother Nature, however, when an icy road leads to a delivery truck crash.

Tuesday
Apr 20
7:30pm | 6:30c
Season 3, Episode 6

Snake River Showpiece

Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590k multi-level deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven, a mezzanine-level bar overlooking the Snake River and an infrared sauna.

Tuesday
Apr 20
8pm | 7c
Season 3, Episode 7

Mountain Majesty Retreat

A multi-generational Texas family transforms the existing deck of their Estes Park, CO, vacation home into a luxurious Mega Deck. The rustic Colorado mountain-themed masterpiece features a gable roof that's seamlessly tied into the home's existing architecture with a skylight that pours in natural light. Inside, a rustic great room gets natural log siding and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with custom masonry. The finishing touches include a new bar-and-grill station and a hot tub, adding a total of 1,000 square feet to the original deck.

Tuesday
Apr 20
8:30pm | 7:30c
Season 3, Episode 8

Colorado Contemporary Deck

In Castle Pines, Colorado, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved, hand-cut stone fireplace, sleek steel pergola and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions, and a simple oversight threatens the pergola build. Additional mega-features on this project include a 70-inch TV, state-of-the-art grill and fire pit finished with Colorado buff flagstone.

Tuesday
Apr 20
9pm | 8c
Season 3, Episode 9

All-New Deck for Repeat Client

A former Mega Decks customer buys a new house and needs a new deck. Can designer Andy and the build crew live up to the client's heightened expectations and deliver a second mega deck that beats the first? Jason leads a $225,000 build that includes a complicated roof on existing architecture, a soaring tongue-and-groove ceiling with a skylight, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with an articulated mounted TV, a state-of-the-art grilling station, four seating areas, moveable glass walls and a 14-foot fire rail with stone masonry.

Tuesday
Apr 20
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 3, Episode 10

Dramatic Cliffside Triple Deck

Transforming a home's 20-year-old wooden deck with views of Pikes Peak, Colorado, into a $400,000 mega deck requires a complete demo and rebuild, complete with 13-foot-tall stone wood-burning fireplace, sliding glass panels to enclose the living area, gas fire pit, two dining areas and a grill station complete with granite countertops and a kegerator. Plans also include redoing a kids' play deck and a master bedroom deck. The challenge is that the property sits on the side of a cliff, with 40-foot drops off the deck level and no access from the postage stamp-sized backyard. Master builder James resorts to innovative building methods to get the job done, all while battling 60-mph wind gusts, blinding fog and death-defying heights.

Tuesday
Apr 20
10pm | 9c
Season 3, Episode 11

Southern Plantation-Style Deck

A couple and their adult kids want to add a new deck to their D'Arbonne Lake home in Louisiana. The current deck is rotting and offers no protection from the heat or insects, so Garth's Southern plantation-style design includes enclosed rooms with air conditioning, as well as two fire features and whirlpool tubs.

Tuesday
Apr 20
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 3, Episode 12

Log Cabin Luxe

The only downside to spending weekends in this custom log cabin in the mountains of Breckenridge, CO, is its scrawny open-air deck that's only useful a few days a year. To help this tiny deck achieve mega status, massive 40-foot-long Western red cedar logs are trucked in from Canada and diamond-studded chainsaws are used alongside heavy machinery to begin the transformation. The finished product will have a three-tier pizza oven with granite serving station, a six-foot gas fire rail with custom masonry and extra tall glass panels to maximize this luxe log cabin's majestic views.

Tuesday
Apr 20
11pm | 10c
Season 3, Episode 13

Ultimate Party Deck

A couple in Black Forest, Colorado, dislikes their home's small, exposed deck that leaves guests crowded in the tiny hearth room. Garth designs a deck that opens up the walls, triples the original deck footprint and adds a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and TV to create the ultimate party space.

Tuesday
Apr 20
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 3, Episode 6

Snake River Showpiece

Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590k multi-level deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven, a mezzanine-level bar overlooking the Snake River and an infrared sauna.

Wednesday
Apr 21
12am | 11c
Season 3, Episode 7

Mountain Majesty Retreat

A multi-generational Texas family transforms the existing deck of their Estes Park, CO, vacation home into a luxurious Mega Deck. The rustic Colorado mountain-themed masterpiece features a gable roof that's seamlessly tied into the home's existing architecture with a skylight that pours in natural light. Inside, a rustic great room gets natural log siding and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with custom masonry. The finishing touches include a new bar-and-grill station and a hot tub, adding a total of 1,000 square feet to the original deck.

Wednesday
Apr 21
12:30am | 11:30c
Season 3, Episode 8

Colorado Contemporary Deck

In Castle Pines, Colorado, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved, hand-cut stone fireplace, sleek steel pergola and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions, and a simple oversight threatens the pergola build. Additional mega-features on this project include a 70-inch TV, state-of-the-art grill and fire pit finished with Colorado buff flagstone.

Wednesday
Apr 21
1am | 12c

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