Originally from Switzerland, Beat Schwaller took on the big move to Canada to pursue his dreams of becoming a master log home builder. A: It all looks easy, you know if you are cut out for building log homes after you peel your first logs and you get blisters, under blisters, under blisters and you still keep going. For me this is the greatest satisfaction. Overall ratings and a possible season 5 Wood is one of the most versatile materials on this planet, so imagine all the stuff these guys are able to accomplish! Photo credit: Pioneer Log Homes. Meanwhile, Beat and Andre construct a deluxe viewing platform at the local racetrack in exchange for Motocross lessons from a hometown hero. Beat battles a stuck truck in the middle of the night, then builds in darkness to meet his deadline on a home in northern Ontario. Please watch for our past episodes.
Every home has its own story. What advice would you offer to them? I like Jonsered the best. After four amazing seasons has wrapped. It is only a one and a half hour flight from Vancouver to beautiful Terrace, B. And Peter builds a gazebo for his favorite 88-year old — a prized 1927 tractor. Interview originally seen on Pioneer Log Homes.
A: After finishing my carpentry apprenticeship in Switzerland, I came to Pioneer in 1993 for a one year work exchange which turned into a 21 year work relationship. How about one that challenged you most? Pennsylvania mansion complete with walk through tree, hand-carved totem pole and 3-story spiral log staircase. The series not only has educational value, but it is also entertaining with a very likable crew and incredible houses and projects they come up with. Please set an alarm and add Timber Kings to your favourites, so we can remind you by email when there's a new episode available to watch. Q: Tell us about your saw of choice! As per, the production company tries to instill moments of fear and tension into the program - in this case, it doesn't have to - because what we have here is a group of artists, and their medium is wood or, more precisely, logs. Meanwhile, Peter heads to northern Saskatchewan to build a lakeside vacation home with the help of his young son and a spunky female apprentice. When did you first know that this was what you wanted to do? Latest news Thank you to our cast and crew! Change your Netflix country with a few simple steps and start watching.
Interview originally seen on Pioneer Log Homes. When did you first know that this was what you wanted to do? Photo credit: Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia Facebook. We'll keep checking Netflix United Kingdom for Timber Kings: Season 4, and this page will be updated with any changes. Little Wolf Resort is offering hotel accommodation and world-class fishing for salmon and steelhead, as well as ocean-fishing trips on the Pacific! We are not associated with Netflix, nor do we pretend to be. From left: Peter, Beat and Andre.
The availability of Timber Kings: Season 4 on British Netflix can be found in our listings below for each season. We are simply giving you the best information on what is new on Netflix around the world! A reluctant Joel joins forces with his wife to construct a backyard obstacle course that he hopes will prepare them for one Tough Mudder of a race. How to watch Timber Kings: Season 4 2017 on Netflix United Kingdom! Andre is on cue to deliver a stunning log pool table for a Williams Lake pub until the owner racks up his request. And Andre helps a musical band of brothers build a sign for the locale for their concert. I like Jonsered the best. You're not watching a construction project - you're seeing works of art albeit functional works of art being constructed. The men have to deal with everything from logging dangers, to engineering and design issues as well as the sometimes extremely wealthy and demanding clients, all in an effort to create as beautiful and perfect an end product as they can.
You can also click on any episode below to get more information on which Netflix countries it is available in. And Joel is given a commission to build his wife a bed. After Beat and Sam build a beautiful home in Alberta, the clients egg them on to a paint ball battle on their acreage. Photo credit: Pioneer Log Homes. Q: If you had to choose one favourite thing about what we do here, what would it be? Interview originally seen on Pioneer Log Homes. When did you first know that this was what you wanted to do? Q: Tell us about your saw of choice! The tool of choice is the chain saw - and though I'd have preferred to have seen them utilised with a little more safety wear in evidence - you can't argue that these guys and gals are virtuosos' with them I was riveted from the beginning and am praying for more.
It is no surprise that the Timber Kings have already got four seasons under their belt, as the series is a huge hit with the viewers and critics alike. Photo credit: Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia Facebook. The current fourth season premiered on March 5th, 2017. You see every evening what you have accomplished, or not!! Meanwhile, Joel travels to Moscow to teach Russian carpenters how to finish a log mansion Pioneer-style. Meantime, Peter rebuilds a massive barn for an old friend, but first he gets to demolish it! And Peter and Beat compete to see who can build the fastest and, as it turns out, ugliest log dummy on skis for the local Troll Mountain Downhill Dummy Race. Originally from Switzerland, Beat Schwaller took on the big move to Canada to pursue his dreams of becoming a master log home builder. Each one is handcrafted on site, then taken apart, shipped around the world, and reconstructed wherever the client wants.
A: With my family and friends doing any kind of outdoor activities, usually even then a chainsaw is involved! For me this is the greatest satisfaction. This one-hour special takes you behind the scenes, featuring the most impressive builds and entertaining moments from Season 1, revealing unguarded moments and untold personal stories of the men and women of Pioneer Log Homes. No one else can do it like the boys at Pioneer Log Homes. In an exclusive interview with Pioneer Log Homes, Beat opens up about how he fell in love with Canada and his craft. Photo credit: Pioneer Log Homes. The creations they build are just about as far removed from old-fashioned log cabins as you could imagine, often costing millions of dollars to build.