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DIY Network | Lifestyle TV

DIY Network is a TV broadcaster based in Knoxville, TN. It’s a lifestyle channel that airs programs dedicated to the do-it-yourself movement, including home repair, design, decorating, and more. You can watch the channel online via the DIY Network live stream and its collection of videos, updated regularly. See our DIY Network review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: DIY Network
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Genre: Lifestyle > House & Home
Website: DIY Network Homepage

If you want to learn more about DIY Network than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different channel or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of DIY Network

Review of DIY Network


  • Live Stream
  • Video On Demand

DIY Network’s rating of 8.9 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that DIY Network live streams its programs as they air. DIY Network also has a video collection so viewers can watch shows on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.

DIY Network is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive. It is a member of the DIY network.

See how DIY Network compares to other lifestyle stations in the US.

Available Job Opportunities at DIY Network

To see the opportunities available at DIY Network, from internships and entry-level jobs up to high-ranking roles, click the Jobs button above. Given the diversity of positions the organization needs to operate successfully, there are usually several openings.



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11 hours ago

DIY Network

Quick Cabin Tips with Mark Bowe
A quick lesson in barnwood building.

#BarnwoodBuilders @ 9|8c!
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Quick Cabin Tips with Mark Bowe

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Here, take my like :

Sure wish HGT V had some good programs like this

I love this show!!

Tremendous post very informative I love DIY type stuff


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13 hours ago

DIY Network

We're live on the set of Barnwood Builders! Ask us questions in the comments! ... See MoreSee Less

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The last barn build that I was part of was 1991.

I designed my own Tiny House in floorplanner and wondering if it's possible to have a retractable roof over the loft area...also Would that be a bad idea because of bugs?

You have a great crew and it shows and I think it makes us all feel better watching you guys keep up the good work. If your ever close to Berlin Center Ohio give me a yell and i'll make you guys supper!

Mark you guys are great. My 5 year old son walks around in the garage with me all the time with a piece of wood and a hammer and says he is mark bowe he loves the show. Appreciate you guys and the show

Mark check out my Instagram. JL American Handcraft. You've liked the hewn beam I did. I do wood flag banners and rustic home decor. Love to make a flag for your new home. 👍🏻🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸⚒⚒⚒⚒

I would love you to come to look at an old cabin in pendleton County that a neighbor has. It's near where you took down the school house in Ruddle West Virginia

We live in a Swedish scope log home built in 1997. There are a couple of spots if decomposed logs from rain and weather. What's the best way to fix these areas?

I would love to work with your crew. I'm old school when it comes to work ethics. After I finish my 4 yr plan with my current job I will reach out to you

My favorite show!!!! Hope some day The Lord will answer my prayer and y'all will be the ones that build it!!! Watching from Paris Texas every week!!! So glad you have another season!!!!

Absolutely one of my favorite shows. What an amazing group of guys. Beautiful work, awesome workforce/family you got there too! Been wanting a log home for 40 years...

Have you ever seen a cabin built on a Canadian style? There is no chinking, because each log is cut in a "v" pattern ( The bottom of one log fits into the v cut into the top of the log below it.)

Good luck with your new house. I'm sure it will look great. We really enjoy your show. We even watch reruns!! Lol you have a good bunch of guys to work with.

Is there a particular wood you should use in a certain area? Im a texas gal and know we have some prettykiller bugs that eat most anything.

I live in a log house we built with over 100 year old logs luv it but is weathering bad on one side what do you suggest putting on it to preserve it?

Hey Mark, I bought a log home(3sided) in central Fl. It doesn't have chinking. What do you recommend to preserve the logs?

My deed says 1872...but my logs were repurposed from something else...its not a stacked log home..but the logs are 14-18 inches

I love the segments where you save and relocate little critters from the old buildings... what has been the most unusual critter you have found?

Just watched the "replay" of the live FB. Great explanation of what you all are doing for the next seasons/episodes. Love your show, tonight's was over the top (pun intended). See, your puns are wearing on me!

I would LOVE TO SEE you all do some things with the Amish.

What does your Family think about your been gone so long.

Mark I'm looking for a mantel for my new home in NC.. Would love to get something from you..

what kind of house do u have right now? Conventional or smaller Log home?

You mention family in passing. Is it better not to bring in wives/girlfriends as far as your job goes or they don't want to? Your wife going to give opinions on your house and tell them as it goes.. love you all and the show

Do you men realize how much we enjoyment we get out of watching you. I raised my 2 children in Pleasantville Ohio. And was thrilled when you did a show from there. Keep up the good work we need more people like you in this world.

What do you finish barnwood with? Types of oil, urethane?

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16 hours ago

DIY Network

Barnwood Builders: How to Make a DIY Height Marker
Make memories with this very special DIY project.
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Barnwood Builders: How to Make a DIY Height Marker

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I don't care if I make it or buy it but I want one. We rent and I don't want to lose all the kids measurements over the years.

Theres are ours. FYI if you dont have heights for your children already ask their doctors for the heights and ages of each one.

My son Joe was already making these years ago and selling them on etsy and here in town at the Fussy Duck. then everybody got into it and he quit.

Jenn Brownlow this is what I want to do to transfer all of our height measurements over to

Make every third line 2" and the foot marks 3" and the rest 1" so thy all stand out. Make sure you sand the board down first

Yay :p

Thought this was very cool! Who else?

Logan Liestman we should make one for the boys

Marta Zelaskowski lol

Maria Olewinski

Christine Weiler

James Taylor I need one...

Amy Wildman Longwill Next project

Faith Ervin

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