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Building Off the Grid is a television show that airs on the Discovery Channel. It has been popular for a couple of years now, with the first episode airing in 2016. The last season consisted of about 12 episodes and anybody that watched even one or two of them could probably get the general consensus concerning the subject matter of the show. However, if you would like to dig a little deeper and find out more, here are 10 things about the show that you might not already be aware of.
The entire premise of the show is to race the clock. It really is about getting something built, whatever the particular task is for that week, before the entire team gets derailed by weather concerns or other issues. If it seems like everybody is always in a hurry, that’s why.
Since everybody is always in a hurry, some fans have taken issue with the way things are done on the show because safety isn’t always a major priority. Sometimes you see people running around potentially dangerous areas with no hard hat on and without wearing masks when they’re working with concrete. This has bothered some fans badly enough that they have chosen to speak out because of the lack of safety practices.
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Since things are often done quickly and they’re not always done in the safest manner possible, there have been some people who have accused the show of skipping major points in order to cram everything into time frame of each episode. In other words, they feel like the show doesn’t paint a realistic picture of what it’s really like to build one of these structures. More on that will be discussed later.
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