"Treehouse Masters," formerly known as "Treehouse Men," is a reality docu-series on Animal Planet.

In the forests outside of Seattle reside a specialized group of men earning their living in the treetops, swinging from tether riggings hundreds of feet off the ground, operating highly dangerous construction equipment, and battling every weather element Mother Nature throws their way. But these guys aren't your everyday ax men; in fact, they're nothing like them. Their singular objective is to fulfill the wishes and desires of their clients, ranging from billionaire CEOs to 10-year-old kids who just want to daydream amongst the clouds. These men are the "Treehouse Masters."

Pioneering tree-house virtuoso Pete Nelson and his elite team of talented designers, carpenters and builders — including his son Charlie Nelson — bond together to create the most magnificent, whimsical and jaw-dropping tree houses in forests and backyards all across America and around the world. But building these sanctuaries in the sky comes with a host of challenges including crazy deadlines, treacherous terrain, dizzying heights and demanding clients. Pete and his crew work through every obstacle to reach the ultimate goal — to help their clients reconnect with nature by turning their dreams of sky-high havens into breathtaking realities.

In addition to building these hideaways, Pete, along with his wife, Judy Nelson, and daughter, Emily Nelson, own and operate TreeHouse Point, a bed and breakfast in Washington, to where people can escape their modern-day realities. Pete brings people closer to nature one tree at a time.

"Treehouse Masters" brings us closer to nature one tree house at a time.

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'Treehouse Masters' Pete Nelson has it made in the shade


Network: Animal Planet
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: May 31, 2013
Seasons: 6
Production Company: Stiletto Television

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