Chase Morrill is the main star of upcoming DiY series Maine Cabin Masters. He and his family are in the business of renovating historic cottages and are really good at it. This series is about to turn them into celebrities. Chase Morrill has an estimated net worth of $650,000 as of 2017 and we know details from one of his first renovations.
The season is about to start in a great style. Chase and his family will get their hands on 1930s summer cottage on Webber Pond in Vassalboro. It is owned by Daggett family and one of their ancestors, Beverly Daggett, was a first ever female Maine Senate president. She also spent summers in here so the place has a lot of history to it.
However, first inspection reveals that many parts of the cabin, including electric wiring and roof, need major updates. Morrill and his family have six weeks to thoroughly restore the whole building. They even move the cottage’s entrance. Another proof, that they are the best.
The Chase’s family is involved in all his cabin restoration projects. Ashley specializes in design and her dog Gus allegedly helps her to make decisions. We can’t wait to see more episodes of this real estate series on DiY channel.