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Lone Star Restoration

Lone Star Restoration

  • Premiered: 
    October 3, 2016
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  • Network: History
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
  • Subject Matter: Workplace
  • Tags: home improvement

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Plot Synopsis

LONE STAR RESTORATION is a one-hour reality series that follows Texas-based restoration expert Brent Hull, as he and his team breathe new life into historical structures and homes. With over 20 years' experience, Brent, accompanied by his loyal Yellow Labrador Retriever Romeo, undertakes a variety of projects throughout the series -- from the rescue of a classic red railroad caboose to the resurrection of a prohibition era subterranean liquor vault. Historic preservation is not only Brent's profession, but his passion as well as he finds joy in seeking out new, exciting projects and challenges. With the help and support of a team that is just as passionate about historical preservation as he is, Brent is able to prove that history is part of every project from the iron nails to the floor boards, the windows and walls as well as what we can do to reestablish this nation's architectural footprint while celebrating America's building history. In the series opener, "Romeo the Wonder Dog," Brent's reputation for being the best in historic restoration lands him a job rebuilding an original column for the front of a 1900s home. What makes this job challenging is that the column has been cut into dozens of pieces. Brent's determination to rebuild the column in the most authentic way possible is a true test of his perseverance and ability. Meanwhile, Brent is called to Nance Farm, a living history farm from the 1850s, to save the site's oldest structure, the old barn, from complete collapse. While restoring the barn, Brent discovers that it's actually made up of an even older structure: an original log cabin built by the first settlers in this part of Texas. While driving, Brent also stops by an old house he has had his eye on to speak with the owner. The owner takes Brent on a tour of the Willing House, which Brent learns is a "virgin property," a property that has been untouched across the decades.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Red Arrow Industries


  • Hull Historical - Fort Worth, Texas USA