Parents' Guide to

Treehouse Masters

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Treehouse-building business is mild fun for families.

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age 9+

Based on 1 parent review

age 9+

Interesting Show

It's fun to see all the creative treehouses take shape. We have enjoyed watching the show as a family.

Is It Any Good?

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Treehouse Masters highlights the process by which the unique treehouses that Nelson's company is known for are built, which includes scouting for trees that can support the structure, and understanding how they will grow and become part of the house and make it stronger. It also highlights how important it is to respect the trees as living, breathing things, and how they must work with them in order to create a healthy, organic structure.

Most of the episodes focus on how the houses are built, as well as the various unique touches that are added to them to make them more appealing. But Nelson's quirky humor and obvious excitement about what he does makes the show genuinely fun to watch. Viewers who tune in might even find themselves thinking about their own childhood treehouses, while others may find themselves fantasizing about having one of these spectacular treehouses in their own back yard.

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