A synopsis of Seasons 1 through 9 of DIY Network's Salvage Dawgs. Find repeats on DIY Network & Great American Country and download Seasons 1-9 on Amazon, iTunes, and YouTube. Stay tuned for Season 10 premiering this Spring on the DIY Network. Thanks for watching!
The Dawgs head to Blacksburg, Virginia, to salvage an 1800s barn. This should be a textbook job, but with a hurricane on the horizon, the deadline becomes tighter to make it out before the storm. Later, the team turns part of an airplane into a desk.
Southern Dawgs head up north to deliver a large lamppost for a new community space. Robert takes the team to the Bluefield House in West Virginia to rack up on the classic commodities needed to restock their warehouse.
The Dawgs take a stab at a storefront in historic downtown Lexington, VA. This second-generation salvage requires finesse, as the building is being renovated. They then turn the existing windowpanes into a room divider for the building's owner.
Mike & Robert take the Dawgs to salvage a church in Alexandria, VA, to save everything from contemporary pews to a commercial grade sink. They are forced to get creative as they are met with heights, narrow hallways & perplexing waterlines.
The Dawgs tackle Ohio's cold and snowy winter to salvage an old Italianate house that's beaming with character. Back in the shop, things heat up as Tay comes up with a plan to use old pulleys as the legs for a unique table.
The Salvage Dawgs pick through a barn and take on a Queen Anne-style home in Barnesville, Ohio, looking for some bonus finds. Mike meets with a return client who has an idea for a dining table set made from rusted canning baskets and live edge wood.
The team organizes a Dawg vs. Dawg build competition after Mike & Robert get a tip on an abandoned power plant from an old client in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The winner of the salvage contest will be a tough call as both teams build distinct pieces
After a call from their old friend, Captain Tim, the crew travels to Norfolk, VA, to salvage a fireboat from Baltimore. When they return to the shop, Mike & Tay enlist the help of a local coppersmith to fashion unique foot baths for Hotel Roanoke.
The Dawgs head to Martinsville, VA, to salvage a house that was condemned after an electrical fire. Knowing they have a customer looking for a kitchen island, Mike and Robert take advantage of a granite counter in the burned-down home.
The Dawgs travel to Moneta, VA, to salvage a diner & drive-in that were destroyed by a fire. Retrieving the large kiosk booth and mobile stage require some maneuvering. Back at the shop, Mike gets sentimental while building a bar for the Stone House
Mike and Tay have a consultation for a project from a brewery but before they can start building they have to head to a salvage job in Kannapolis, NC. The project is a large job where the Dawgs have to salvage a cupola, doors, bathrooms and more!
The crew heads to Glenside, PA, to salvage a huge estate. The sprawling 1918 mansion gives the Dawgs a run for their money as they try to save columns, doors, mantles, bathtubs and more. Mike and Tay visit Rural Retreat.
Mike, Robert, Grayson and Tay head over to the Machine Shop they bought to see what they can find. After sorting and sifting, the team finds items for new builds and knows the space will be great for Makers to create their own builds.
The crew heads to Norfolk, VA, to test their sea legs and salvage an obsolete ferry including lights, skylights and a mural. Back at the shop, Grayson helps Mike and Tay with a commissioned build for a fellow maker.
The team returns to the Norfolk, VA, ferry to get the large items that were left behind, including a crow's nest and staircase. Mike and Robert have a consultation in Pawleys Island, SC, and then the team gets busy on the build.
Mike and Tay build a commemorative clock for the town of Kannapolis, NC, then the crew heads back for items left behind on the first trip, including a large cupola, windows, and a bank vault. Then, they head back to Roanoke to create a standing desk.
The crew stays local and heads just down the street in Roanoke where they salvage a one-of-a-kind sign and pick through an old meeting hall. Later, Mike and Tay build a TV console out of old material.
The team heads to a local shopping center where they use some creative methods to salvage a large, decorative space frame, rolling doors and more. They also find great items from a pick in NJ they can repurpose to in builds like a Bourbon Bar shelf.
The crew heads to Grottoes, Virginia, to salvage and demolish an old country store. Using materials from the project, Mike and Robert create a tribute bench for a veterans' retreat.
The team heads to Winchester, VA, to salvage an abandoned orchard barn but they must pick through years of trash and treasures before they begin. Mike, Tay and Grayson then put a pattern back together to create a chandelier base and new light.
The crew finds a gem with a log cabin tucked inside an old farmhouse, but they struggle to disassemble and demo the property due to the ever-increasing mud. They must also meticulously document the placement of each log, beam, and window to rebuild.
The team heads to Yorktown, VA, to pick through an old farm and former Native American settlement. Mike and Tay handle the heavy lifting outside to save a galvanized steel boat, while Robert, Grayson and Ted tackle the farmhouse.
Mike and Robert head to Amelia Island, Florida, and get lessons in diving and safety so they can salvage under water. They recover old ship parts from the bottom of the ocean and transform them into an original piece.
The Salvage Dawgs head to Laurel, Delaware to salvage what they can from a former church that fell victim to water damage. The team removes pews, a bronze bell and a 'greenhouse' skylight before heading back to the shop to work on a beam console.
Mike designs a hand truck coffee table. Later, the crew travels to a vacant furniture plant in Lexington, NC, where they work in near-darkness salvaging conveyor belts, fire doors, veneer molds, factory carts and industrial lights.
The Dawgs head to Pinehurst, NC, to salvage an old steam plant that used to run the town. Back at the shop, Grayson helps build a bar and Robert brings in an unusual find that usually doesn't mesh well with the Dawgs.
The team faces cold winter weather as they attempt to quickly salvage as much as possible from an old church in Laurel, DE. Later, Mike has his eye on a trolley and Tay has a great idea for a build that's shaping up to look like an outhouse.
The Salvage Dawgs head to Henderson, NC, to salvage parts from an old home that used to house young female teachers. Back at the shop, Mike and Tay begin a custom hall tree using doors from a previous salvage.
The Salvage Dawgs score some doors from the Virginia Military Institute before hesitantly taking on a Peanut Silo Salvage in Skippers, Virginia. Once back at the shop, they tackle a table and use a grinding wheel as their design inspiration.
The Dawgs stay close to home to salvage the old Salem-Peacock Cleaners in Salem, Virginia. With a full truck, the team loads up and heads back to Roanoke so Tay and Grayson can begin making a ladder wine rack.
The crew heads to Grottoes, Virginia to salvage parts from the Cosby Bros Mill and face a third story challenge. Tay and Mike create a unique kitchen desk using reclaimed materials.
The Salvage Dawgs travel to a shipyard in Norfolk, VA, to salvage a boat once used for Navy SEAL insertions. The Dawgs manage to salvage some key items, but their energy and patience is tested once they realize the boat won't fit on the trailer.
The team heads to Parkville, MD, to salvage a classic farmhouse. With the house picked clean, Mike rewards the Dawgs with indoor skydiving! Once back in the shop, Mike and Tay build an ironwood coffee table.
The team travels to Clifton Forge, Virginia, to conquer C&O Railway's vast repair space. Using force and lots of tools, they work to salvage the steam engine repair plant by saving railway bases and corrugated glass. Later, they create a grand shelf.
Robert sends Tay and Grayson to salvage on their own in Salem, Virginia, until the crew comes together to help finish the job. Mike and Ted travel to Norfolk, VA, to pick up and deliver the mast from the USS Zuni for Ballast Point Brewing Company.
The crew travels to Orange, VA, to salvage a 1930s brick mansion. Mike and Robert return General George C. Marshall's door to the Virginia Military Institute while Tay and Mike build a coffee table from a door used in the barracks.
The Salvage Dawgs go to Greencastle, PA, to salvage an old church that is being restored for a physical therapy office. The team struggles to figure out the best way to remove the windows, salvage the large bell and execute an idea for a console.
Black Dog Salvage travels to Pennsylvania to save what they can from Esther Ludwig's mansion before it gets demolished. They hope to reclaim some of the mansion's all-original items, such as chandeliers, built-ins and mantles. Mike buys an old vintag
The Salvage Dawgs travel to Hot Springs, VA, to salvage mantles, cabinets, sinks and a round window from a late Victorian-style home. Grayson works on her negotiating and picking skills, Tay finishes up his remodel with a custom light for his home.
The Salvage Dawgs go to Wayne Lanes in Waynesboro, VA, to salvage a bowling alley damaged by a roof collapse. Robert is determined to redeem himself from last season's bowling fiasco, while Grayson discovers vintage bowling relics.
Black Dog Salvage returns to the Ludwig mansion in Pennsylvania for roof tiles, windows, and the boiler room. Down in the shop, Grayson looks for materials to build a spice rack for her kitchen and Robert brings in a vintage scale.
The Salvage Dawgs return to Hot Springs, VA, to salvage another home before it gets demolished. The house has some great Eastlake hardware worth salvaging as well as Majorca tile, mantels and pocket doors. Mike mixes steel and wood for a modern side
The Salvage Dawgs go to Hamburg, PA, to carefully deconstruct a corncrib being sure to take plenty of notes and pictures so they can reassemble it accurately. Meanwhile, Tay thinks he's found a great deal on some antique horses and Grayson works on h
Black Dog Salvage travels south to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to save what they can from a storybook-style home in two days. The heat takes a toll on the team, but they find some unique chandeliers, sinks, windows and a nice Dutch door. Mike come
The Salvage Dawgs try something a little different by bidding on a 1947 Beechcraft airplane. Mike goes a little over budget to win the auction and the crew has to hire professionals to figure out how to disassemble it properly. Meanwhile, Mike and Ta
The team goes to Lexington, VA, to see what they can save from a fire-damaged house that had recently been converted to apartments. Mike and Robert work on removing a large door while Grayson and Tay work the perimeter of the house. The build doesn't
The team travels down the road to Christiansburg to salvage an old home. They get some good meat and potatoes from the house, including the mantles, banisters and all the gingerbread trim. Also, Mike and Tay build a couch that can fit a Whiteside.
The Black Dog Salvage crew heads to Mike's hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, to check out the signage they can save from his very first job. Mike and Robert check out the Virginia Transportation Museum and learn that a new bank being built in Ro
The teams visits Burlington, NC, to save an old apothecary unit from a 1930s pharmacy. Then, Mike and Robert search for some new patterns for the shop in West Virginia, while Grayson builds a console.
The Salvage Dawgs team head to the St. Michael's Catholic School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where they brave high-wire heights in order to save elements of the past. The team also builds a ladder console and discovers a vintage army record player.
The Salvage Dawgs preserve a Greek Rival farm house in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania. Main salvage items include mantles, tiles and a full-sized chicken coop. Mike and Tay build a freight cart couch in the Black Dog shop.
The Salvage Dawgs head to the Vaughan Furniture Company in Galax, Virginia. Mike & Ted struggle to salvage a heavy furniture press while Robert is slowed down by explosion-proof lights. Mike and Grayson build a chair with pieces from an old suitcase.
The Salvage Dawgs head to Knoxville, Tennessee, in hopes of salvaging the crumbling Pickle Mansion. The main items of interest are a copper frieze and columns. Mike discovers a fuel drop tank and he and Tay build a dresser kitchen island.
The Dawgs travel to Quakertown, Pennsylvania, to reclaim items from an old mine master's house. They are surprised to find much of the house picked over before they arrive. Robert and Grayson struggle with flooring while Mike cuts structural beams.
The Salvage Dawg team travels to Free Will House in Huntington, West Virginia, where they salvage a bathtub, sitz bath and kitchen cabinets. Ted and Mike buy a butter churn for the shop, and Tay and Mike build a wall TV shutter console in the shop.
The team travels to the Historical Society in Rural Retreat, Virginia. Mike sets up rigging from the rooftop for an outdoor clock while Robert salvages a vault door and bank teller station. Tay and Mike build a day bed using pallets.
The Crew travels to Vinton, Virginia, to salvage a massive piece of stained glass from the Grace Family Church. They run into challenges when equipment is delayed. Tay & Grayson buy a tandem bike for the shop, and Mike & Tay build a beam lamp.
The Salvage Dawgs travel to Marion, Virginia, to salvage a bowling alley. However, the bowling alley floor turns out to be far heavier than they anticipated. Mike buys an artillery telescope for the shop, Tay and Mike build a convertible coffee table
The Salvage Dawgs work at home in Roanoke, Virginia, where they salvage a sign for the Texas Tavern and learn the history of the local restaurant over burgers and bowls of chili. Afterwards, the team heads to a warehouse in Philadelphia.
The Salvage Dawgs travel to snowy Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, to reclaim pieces of St. Agatha's Catholic Church. In the bitterly cold weather, they salvage stained glass, spiral ducting and lights. Tay and Mike buy an EKG machine for the shop.
The Black Dog Salvage team works in Roanoke, Virginia, at the Noland Sign Company. On a windy day, they salvage metal lettering, copper cupolas and vintage plumbing. Grayson buys an initial machine for the shop, and Gracie, Tay and Mike build a lamp.
The Black Dog Salvage team heads back to snowy Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, to salvage the rectory of St. Agatha's Catholic Church. Robert, Mike and the crew brave snow and ice to salvage a triple sink, glass blocks and storm door.
The guys travel to Drayton Mill, a former textile factory in Spartenburg, SC. Key salvaged items include a large fan and valves. Mike also builds a new desk for his office out of a old airplane wing.
The Salvage Dawgs take on the former first National Bank in Gastonia, NC. Key items salvaged include elevator parts and chicken wire windows. At the shop, Robert builds a bar out of a boat salvaged from Smith Mountain Lake.
The Salvage Dawgs work on Covington church and find tambour doors, stairs and a jukebox. Mike and Tay build a locker bench, then the crew finds a propane spotlight.
The Dawgs tackle a ranch house in Alderson, West Virginia. Key items salvaged include stained glass and corbels. In the shop, Mike reuses timber to build a beam table.
The Salvage Dawgs team takes on a huge high school in Trenton, NJ. Key items found include fireclay sinks and oak cabinets. Mike and Tay build an N-shaped desk in the shop.
The Dawgs save the bow and stern of a boat on Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta, VA. The team cuts up an old Chevy van for a commissioned wall art piece. New dogs Molly May and Stella make their debut.
The Dawgs return to Trenton Central High School in Trenton, NJ. Key items found include four large clock faces and library ladders. In the shop, Mike and Tay build a table from an old jail bed.
The Dawgs salvage the Reed Creek Mill in Wytheville, VA. Key items found include conveyor belts and a flour hopper. Mike also builds a console for his nephew.
The Salvage Dawgs team saves parts of the Wilberger Funeral Home in New Hope, VA. Key items salvaged include an elevator and barn door hardware. Back in Roanoke, Mike and the guys build a collapsible bookcase.
The Salvage Dawgs save as much as they can from a burnt-down house in Mt. Vernon, OH. In the shop, Mike builds a chair from a shopping cart.
The Salvage Dawgs take on a Victorian house in Wellsville, OH. Key items salvaged include harlequin windows, corbels and front porch columns. Back at the shop, Mike and Tay build a wine rack from old brick molds.
The Dawgs stay in Roanoke, VA, to salvage an old diner sign from Little Chef. The crew also picks through a huge warehouse in Greensboro, NC.
The Dawgs save pieces from the Roanoke Chamber of Commerce in VA, including safe deposit boxes and a pneumatic messaging system. The team also works on a large bar commissioned for the Natural Bridge Hotel.
The Dawgs salvage Geyser Gulch at Silver Dollar City. Mike builds a hostess stand for a restaurant.
The Dawgs salvage the Bemis Cotton Mill in Jackson, Tennessee. Mike builds a bookshelf using the panels from a door at the warehouse.
The Dawgs salvage a 1950s jail in Lumberton, North Carolina. Mike and Tay build a bar from a bowling alley floor at the shop.
The Dawgs salvage an Aeromotor windmill in Liberty, North Carolina. Back in the wood shop, Mike uses salvaged barn wood and iron to build a floor lamp.
The Dawgs salvage parts of the Elks National Home in Bedford, Virginia. Back in the woodshop, Mike builds a swing from a salvaged apple crate and upholsters cushions from old postal bags.
The Dawgs struggle to take down a terracotta silo in Bedford, Virginia. Back at the shop, Mike builds a coffee table from an old factory cart.
The Dawgs return to Geyser Gulch at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri. Back at the warehouse, Mike builds a garden arbor out of two doors.
The Salvage Dawgs save a calliope from a riverboat in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Courtney collaborates with Mike to build a mirror from pieces of wall trim at the shop.
The Dawgs salvage elements from an apartment building in Wheeling, West Virginia. Mike builds a wine tasting table from an old lamppost and barrel staves at Black Dog Salvage.
The Dawgs save a kiln from the American Viscose Plant in Roanoke, Virginia. Mike and Tay work together to build custom tables for a local optometrist's office.
The Dawgs save steps and chimney rocks from a 1765 log cabin at Smith Mountain Lake. Gracie takes the team to a local glass blowing artist to make pieces for a chandelier. Robert and Ted also pick through a barn.
The Dawgs travel to Decatur, Georgia, to salvage the Scott Boulevard Baptist Church. Back at the shop, Mike and Tay build an iron console.
The team salvages an iron storefront. Mike builds a table for country music duo Thompson Square.
The Black Dog Salvage crew saves pieces of a house in Mt. Jackson, VA. Their main focus is on the clay-fired roof and on the oversized cornice brackets. Back in the wood shop, Mike makes a bench from an old dresser.
Mike and Robert salvage a house previously damaged by a tornado near Abingdon, VA. Key items include floors, doors and a complete staircase. While at the warehouse, Mike makes a commissioned desk from a balance beam.
Mike, Robert and the team salvage a movie theater in Sevierville, TN. Key items include analog projectors, movie screens, and neon letters. Mike also builds a commissioned table from a window frame.
The Black Dog crew salvages St. Mary's Church in Chillicothe, OH. Key items include cast-iron mantles, a large built-in cabinet and a stained-glass front doorway. At the shop, Tay and his dad work to make a truck from a VW bus.
Mike, Robert and the Black Dog crew salvage an early 1800s farmhouse in Mt. Jackson, VA. Key items include pocket doors, a primitive armoire and heart pine flooring. Grayson brings a new idea to Mike to make a bench from 3 chairs.
Mike salvages large industrial doors from the old Nehi Bottling Plant in Covington, VA. Back at the shop, Robert and Tay work on a gate made from a bicycle. The guys also pick through a collection brought in by a local vendor.
The Salvage Dawgs team returns to a previously salvaged house to save its original log structure. Mike and Tay learn how that wood is milled for a custom building project. Mike builds an end table for the property owner.
Mike and Robert remove a two-piece staircase from a farmhouse in Marion, VA. The guys also pick through a train yard. Back at the shop, Mike builds a bar from panel doors as a surprise for a customer's husband.
Black Dog Salvage saves parts of an old Victorian-style farmhouse in Laurel Forks, VA. Mike and Robert learn how to hand throw bricks at the Old Virginia Brick Company. Tay transforms a busted up VW bus into a flatbed truck.
Black Dog Salvage saves architectural elements at Roanoke College in Salem, VA. Key items include railings, brick pavers, gothic lighting, and a safe from the 1940s. Mike and Courtney repurpose a mantle into a hanging wall piece.
Salvage Dawgs save parts of a farmhouse in South Boston, VA. Key items include chairs, milk-painted paneling, and an arched window. Mike and Robert get to pick through some of the owner's personal collections
Mike, Robert and the crew salvage an old iron ore mine that was converted into a cannery in the 1930s. Main items include a curved I-beam, oversized pressure-cookers, and a canning carousel.
The Dawgs help save copper elements from the St. Andrews Catholic Church spires in Roanoke, VA. The guys also bring in an expert to learn more about a large lithograph from a previous salvage.
The Black Dog Salvage crew pitches in to help save parts of a house in Roanoke, VA. Main items include floors, trim, front porch columns, and a built in cabinet. While salvaging, Mike and Robert also search for buried treasure.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage crew save parts of an early 1800s farmhouse and barn in Edison, NJ. Key items include corner plinths, thick floorboards, and an elaborate front entryway.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage guys disassemble a 40 foot Eiffel Tower replica in Columbus, OH. While in Columbus, they pick through a fellow salvager's collection. Grayson builds a floor lamp back at the warehouse.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage crew extract a fireclay tub and window frame from a bed and breakfast. The crew picks through a large auto graveyard. Key finds include a fire truck, a vintage cooler and PBR sign.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage crew travel to Smith Mountain Lake to save parts off a sinking boat. While at the marina, they discover other boats on the property to salvage.
The Black Dog Salvage crew splits up for the week. Robert and Grayson salvage a spiral staircase in Norfolk, while Mike and the guys pick through a restoration shop in Petersburg.
Hosts Mike and Robert salvage a foursquare house in Roanoke. Mike builds a tailgater grill unit.
The Dawgs remove a teletrade from a brokerage firm. They also pick through a barn in Ohio.
Hosts Mike and Robert salvage parts off an old navy ship. Mike builds a table from an airplane wing.
Mike and Robert salvage parts of an old apple orchard. Robert helps with an iron gate.
Mike and Robert salvage parts from a train caboose. The crew picks through the Old Cold Storage.
The Black Dog crew tackles a theater façade in Ohio. Mike builds a bed frame from horse jump poles.
Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp and the Black Dog Salvage crew save parts from a 1917 high school up in Youngwood, PA. Key finds include lockers, chalkboards, sinks, and a gothic window transom.
The Black Dog crew salvage the Izard House - a two-room cabin built in the late 1892. The team removes a box bay window in one piece, a Dixie Oak stove, a stairwell and old poplar wood.
The Black Dog crew salvage the Washington Mill, an old cotton mill from the late 1800s. They find wooden louvers, open wire baskets and an old barber chair.
Robert Kulp, Mike Whiteside and the Black Dog crew salvage the Robert E. Lee Hotel, a six-story luxury hotel built in 1926 in Lexington, VA. Key finds include a peg leg sink, French doors and pelican urinals.
Robert Kulp, Mike Whiteside and the Black Dog crew salvage the Bent Mountain Mill, a grist mill used for grinding wheat and other grains. Key finds include patina doors, mill stones and running gears.
Robert Kulp, Mike Whiteside and the Black Dog crew salvage the James House, a 5,000 square foot home built in 1893. The team removes a hand-crafted Carrara marble mantle, a cast iron sink, vintage cabinet and historical negatives.
Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp and the Black Dog Salvage crew tackle an entire city block of Victorian houses in Norfolk, VA. One of which is The Painted Lady, an old tearoom originally built in 1892 and renovated in 1997.
Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp and the Black Dog crew salvage wood from a cabin at Smith Mountain Lake. From that wood, Mike builds a four-post bed to sell in the shop.
Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp and the Black Dog Salvage crew save parts from the former First Baptist Church in Bluefield, WV. Key finds include accordion doors, a pipe organ, and a balcony.
Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp and the Black Dog crew tackle the Homestead Stables and carriage house in Hot Springs, VA. Key finds include stable doors, a carriage, trusses, and a hand-operated carriage elevator.
Mike, Robert and the Black Dog Salvage crew take on extracting large and fragile stained glass windows at a church in Salisbury, NC. The guys also pick through a local piano store for some interesting finds.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage crew salvage a house from the 1940's in Washington, DC. Key items include a large conservatory, bottle glass windows, and dark room supplies.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage crew tackle an American Foursquare house from 1910 in Fairmont, West Virginia. Key finds include huge built-in cabinets, mahogany wainscoting, and a porcelain tub.
Mike, Robert, and the Black Dog Salvage crew salvage an extremely dirty house in Knoxville, TN. Key finds include some East Lake hardware, mantles, surround tiles, and front porch columns.