Barnwood Builders “Community Building” S18E2 July 11 2024 on Magnolia

On Thursday July 11 2024, Magnolia broadcasts Barnwood Builders!

Community Building Season 18 Episode 2 Episode Summary

Get ready for an impressive episode of “Barnwood Builders” airing on July 11, 2024, on Magnolia Network. In Season 18, Episode 2 titled “Community Building,” the team embarks on their most ambitious commercial project yet in Canaan Valley, West Virginia.

Viewers will witness the crew tackle massive timbers as they construct a detailed post and beam structure. The episode promises to showcase the skill and craftsmanship of the builders as they work to create a substantial and intricate building.

Mark and the team meet with the individuals who will transform this space into a wellness center and spa, highlighting the community-focused nature of the project. Expect to see the transformation unfold as the builders bring their expertise to this significant undertaking.

Don’t miss “Barnwood Builders” Season 18, Episode 2, on Magnolia Network for a captivating look at craftsmanship, community, and the creation of a remarkable commercial space in the scenic Canaan Valley.

What Time is the “Community Building” Episode On?

The Community Building episode of Barnwood Builders will be broadcast on July 11 2024 on Magnolia at 9:00 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Community Building” Episode New?

The Community Building episode of Barnwood Builders is all new!

Barnwood Builders Community Building Cast & Stars

Main Cast

Community Building Episode Videos & Previews


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Barnwood Builders Series Information

A staple of the rural landscape, barns have served U.S. society for more than 200 years. Many of the old structures have fallen into disrepair because of time and weather. In this series, Mark Bowe and his crew of West Virginia-based craftsmen salvage antique barns and cabins before the timber can deteriorate. Their goal is to put new life into worn-out structures. Among its projects, the crew tackles disassembling an antebellum log cabin in West Virginia, refurbishing it and rebuilding it for a collector in Tennessee.

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