Big thank you to Onduline for sponsoring this project: https://goo.gl/7Q1HGG Watch Part 2 of this project here: https://youtu.be/KG1AfeTFZnA For a written tutorial check out my blog at https://www.wilkerdos.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Website: http://wilkerdos.com/ Check out my awesome sponsor Triton Tools!: http://www.tritontools.com/en-US Things I Used in This Project: Hammer Drill: https://goo.gl/Sj5kVX Small 12v Drill: https://goo.gl/MST31y 6x6 Post Brackets: https://goo.gl/t2bQtR Concrete Anchors: https://goo.gl/X2eUis Superjaws: https://goo.gl/UN0rkW Circular Saw: https://goo.gl/ARytxW Tinted safety glasses: https://goo.gl/GWel4t Hearing: https://goo.gl/eZdo6l Dewalt saw horse: https://goo.gl/0paqoH Joist hangers: https://goo.gl/CP8qns Multi tool: https://goo.gl/57V5kr Sawsall: https://goo.gl/VkQNSL Milwakee nailer: https://goo.gl/41XcgF Arrow stapler: https://goo.gl/8r7Nf5 Roofing Paper: https://goo.gl/f9yJFa Roofing Shingles: https://goo.gl/frtxEV (Mine are brown) Spray Adhesive: https://goo.gl/JsS2iU Hooked Box Blade Cutter: https://goo.gl/YUDUaV Roof Shingles: https://goo.gl/dv6z8H In this video I show you how I built a covered patio on the side of my shop. Or maybe it's called an awning? Awning/covered patio, I walk you through how to set the posts in concrete using concrete anchors and post brackets. How to set the header and all the rafters. Then how to lay roofing paper, OSB decking, and Onduvilla roofing shingles. In part two I will deck the underside of the awning, add lights, and trim out the underside as well as the boxes.
Views: 2058397 April Wilkerson
http://bozeman-remodeling.com Peter Q Brown shows the design process for an attractive new roof addition over an existing concrete patio. Remodeling and General Remodeling Services in Bozeman 59772, Livington 59047, Belgrade 59714 , Manhattan 59741, Clyde Park 59018, Callatin Gateway 59730, Emigrant 59027, Wilsall 59086, Pray59065 and other Gallatin County, MT areas.
Views: 1820587 PeterQBrownDesign
Part of the exterior renovation of our barn house included a new porch roof. The old one was pretty rotten, ugly, and waiting to crash down on someone. So we tore it off while residing our house. In this video, Part 1, I'll show you how I sized up our porch, how I measured & cut up the red cedar wood frame parts, and how I assembled the frame for a mostly seamless look to get it ready to hang above the double front doors. Build a Simple Porch Roof - Part 1: http://youtu.be/Khfrbga-9Y0 Build a Simple Porch Roof - Part 2: http://youtu.be/ayDpB0ucUgA Installing Metal Siding on a House: http://youtu.be/PFmLp7ylOxs My Site: http://www.diydork.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/mrdiydork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrDiyDork Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrDiyDork Don't forget to subscribe, give a thumbs up, & leave a comment!
Views: 138653 MrDiyDork
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/design/index.html If you're a building designer, architect, contractor or do-it-yourselfer and you're planning on building any type of roof overhang extension or covered patio with a ceiling, then this video could save you a lot of frustration and money in the future. The video is basically going to be referencing the extension of something around the perimeter of the ceiling to prevent or reduce water from rolling onto the ceiling and eventually damaging the ceiling and framing. For more interesting tips and ideas like these, watch more videos and visit our websites.
Views: 17592 gregvancom
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/framing/index.html Click on this link for more ideas for your next construction project and roof framing repairs. This video will provide you with a few ways you can increase, lengthen, extend or add a roof overhang to a building or house. Keep in mind that these are only examples and might not work for every situation.
Views: 199793 gregvancom
Build your own back yard paradise and save money!
Views: 32703 Paul Ricalde
http://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ - In this video Henry teaches you how to build roof rakes for your shed (the portion of roof that extends over the gable ends of the shed). Everything you need to know is included in our detailed instructions - some of the main parts covered in this roof rake tutorial are: - How to build roof rakes. - How assemble the roof rakes. - Most important, tips and tricks on how to install these roof rakes alone with no help if required. FREE PLANS FOR THE FASCIA/SOFFIT JIG in VIDEO 11... Download them at the following URL: http://countrylifeprojects.com/download-our-free-helping-hand-fascia-soffit-jig-plan/ View 15 all of our Shed Building videos on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CountryLifeMedia/videos Our Shed Plans for this shed are available here: http://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ We have more projects coming up in the spring of 2017, Don't miss them: Subscribe to the Country Life Projects channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=CountryLifeMedia Shed Design & Plans Copyright Countrylifeprojects.com - All Rights Reserved
Views: 428430 Country Life Projects & Living
Get pergola ideas from this metal & wood patio cover. This is unique in that it is custom fabricated out of metal and redwood by Joseph Huettl Landscape Architecture. This type of construction offers a number of benefits. See pergolas are designed and installed in this backyard landscape. Discover noteworthy ideas shaping the gardening world. https://www.gardendesign.com/trends/2018.html
Views: 205037 LandscapingNetwork
Took about 7 days after I got all hardware and wood onsite. A pergola is just framework without a solid roof, almost anybody can build this type structure, don't let anybody rip you off with some outrageous bid. I used all red cedar, stained and sealed to save natural color. I bought all materials from Bayou City Lumber, www.bayoucitylumber.com ask for Jim http://www.bayoucitylumber.com/index.php http://www.ozcobp.com/56617--rc-ls-2-.html http://www.ozcobp.com/timber-bolts.html http://www.homedepot.com/p/Simpson-Strong-Tie-ABA-6x6-ZMAX-Galvanized-Adjustable-Post-Base-ABA66Z/100375370?keyword=669436 These are links to some of the products I used to build this Pergola.
Views: 2474846 Billy Stevens
► FULL PLANS at: http://www.howtospecialist.com/outdoor/pergola/how-to-build-a-lean-to-carport/ ► SUBSCRIBE for a new diy video almost every day! Learn how to build a carport in just a weekend. It is essential to build a sturdy structure and to plan everything form the very beginning, if you want to get a professional result. Use weather-resistant lumber and a spirit level to check if the posts are plumb. My Other channel ► https://www.youtube.com/user/OutdoorPlans Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/HowToSpecialist
Views: 261607 HowToSpecialist
Today on Modern Builds I'm building a HUGE outdoor kitchen with a grill, sink, storage, and seating. Concrete Counters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGGTx... Written Article: http://www.modernbuilds.com/diy-modern-outdoor-kitchen ___ DONT FORGET TO LIKE COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/pgDSS8 ___ ADD ME ON: Instagram: https://goo.gl/UgEpJs | @modernbuilds Facebook: https://goo.gl/KiI1cX Google+: https://goo.gl/u5isal Subscribe: https://goo.gl/pgDSS8 Website: http://www.modernbuilds.com/ ___ Thanks for watching! -Mike Montgomery MODERN BUILDS http://www.modernbuilds.com/
Views: 715328 Modern Builds
An inside look as to how I came to build myself a patio cover. My 1st time doing some handy work like this. Click here for an update to this video. http://youtu.be/vbmGwRh7xS0 See me do a Bathroom Redo http://youtu.be/xHEwOWOQOAA Visit us at http://www.bizrockfuntoys.com for your party rental needs
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In this video, TOH senior technical editor Mark Powers shows how to cover up an ugly concrete stoop with stone veneer and bluestone treads. (See below for tools and a shopping list.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Watch the How-To Videos playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV Watch How to Build Deck Stairs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYs7XWSYDRA&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=4 How to Lay a Bluestone Walkway: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCdnvXnY8Q0&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=8 Tools list for Clad Concrete Steps in Stone: - utility knife - pry bar - circular saw to cut the trim board - tin snips to cut the steel lath - powder-actuated nailer and nails, (masonry nails may suffice on newer, softer concrete) - hammer - plastic bin and hoe for mixing mortar - hose to rinse the mixing bin between batches - finishing trowel with a 3/8-inch notch - grinder fitted with a diamond masonry blade - mason's chisel and maul - brick hammer - chip brush to apply acrylic bonding agent - brick trowel - grout bag - striking tool - 4-foot level - rubber mallet Shopping list for Clad Concrete Steps in Stone: - work gloves for handling steel lath and stones - 2½-gauge steel lath - stone veneer mortar - acrylic bonding agent - self-adhesive flashing - canvas drop cloth and painter's tape, (for creating the layout stone veneer Get about 20 percent more than you need for the risers and sides of the steps) - bluestone treads Add 1½ inches to the finished width of the steps (including lath, mortar, and side veneer stones) for the overhang at each end. Have your supplier "torch" the ends and front edge of each tread for a more finished look. - bluestone pavers Measure the landing and have your supplier help size the stones to include the correct overhangs, grout lines, and a gap against the house. Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 221204 This Old House
A new series, brought to you by Cottage Life, Jason Lake shows you common mistakes, and easy fixes for building a deck. Jason is a contractor, host of Decks, Docks & Gazebos on Cottage Life TV and fan of the channel, so we asked him if he'd help us this new mini series. We hope you enjoy! In this episode, Jason walks you through how to correctly attach a beam to a post when you're building a deck. Check out Decks, Docks and Gazebos on Cottage Life TV: http://tv.cottagelife.com/shows/decks-docks-and-gazebos/ Subscribe to Cottage Life on YouTube: http://bit.ly/19UCmwF DIY projects, design tips, recipes and more: http://www.cottagelife.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cottagelife Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cottagelife Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/cottagelife/ Subscribe to Cottage Life Food: https://www.youtube.com/cottagelifefood Subscribe to Cottage Life Style: https://www.youtube.com/cottagelifestyle
Views: 2171840 Cottage Life
See exactly how I made a simple porch roof. I chose a pitched roof design and in this video take you through the entire job step by step. This has made a massive improvement to the look of the property and is a really enjoyable DIY job. Please note that I am a DIYer and this is the first roof I have ever made. I made it 'by eye': I do not claim to be a roofer by any means and do not intend this to be a 'professional' guide! This roof is purely decorative - the flat concrete roof below is providing the required waterproofing, hence I did not need to fit a waterproof membrane under the shingles. Because there is no membrane, airflow around the shingles is increased. This, coupled with the fact that the house is on the windy west coast of England, will ensure that the shingles and other timber will readily dry out and therefore resist rot. I like the look of this little roof, it easily holds my weight, I am very confident it will never blow off, and hopefully I'll never have to touch it again as long as I live in the house. If you enjoyed this video, share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too! Thank you very much for watching, please subscribe to my YouTube channel to see more. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Cheers! 👍 Chris My Shou Sugi Ban video: https://youtu.be/xH0bft5qgtw Lead Step flashing video (By Fix my Roof): https://youtu.be/j3pQ5cEoacE Lead soaker video: (By Fix My Roof): http://youtu.be/7PB0yLt5v3k -------------------- 'Random Chris' is a Helvellyn Ltd brand. Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Helvellyn Ltd, we cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Helvellyn Ltd assumes no liability for property damage, injury or death incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Helvellyn Ltd. recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, open flames, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Helvellyn Ltd, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Helvellyn Ltd. Disclosure: any links in this description may be affiliate links. If you decide to buy some items from them, Helvellyn Ltd may receive a small percentage compensation for having suggested the suppliers to you. (This costs you nothing) Helvellyn Ltd only recommends suppliers and products which we believe in, so there is never any conflict of interest. #howto #diy #roof #pitchedroof #cedarshingles #porchroof
Views: 152738 Christopher Barr - Random Chris
Learn how to build a DIY Patio Cooler Cedar Ice Chest with DIYPETE. He'll show you all of the steps needed to build your own cedar ice chest. For more info, project photos, and downloadable plans check out: http://www.diypete.com/icechest - Legs are 33 1/2 inches. http://www.diypete.com/diy-project-plans/ Cheers Downloadable Plans: https://gumroad.com/l/icechest *Note that these are affiliate links, meaning that when you buy something that is recommended below, it helps support the Channel. Thanks in advance! *Tools Needed Kreg Jig - http://amzn.to/1X7Bd9H Power Drill - http://amzn.to/1OxMfnt Orbital Sander - http://amzn.to/1VUVNYy Table Saw - http://amzn.to/1X7Eje5 Nail Gun - http://amzn.to/1X7EVQU *Supplies Needed Wood Glue - http://amzn.to/1OxNqD7 Box of 2 1/2 inch Kreg Screws - http://amzn.to/1X7F0E0 Box of 1 1/4 inch nails - http://amzn.to/1LwlddE 4 inch Riser, 1/2 inch threaded Piping, 1/2 inch coupler, Red knob spigot/valve 2 1/2 inch or 2 inch locking caster wheels 52 Quart Igloo Contour Cooler (I found mine at Target for $29.00) 2 Hinges 3 Handles Start making your cuts for the legs of your cedar ice chest. I’d recommend using a miter saw. Remove hardware from the cooler. Assemble the legs. I used a Kreg Jig to drill 4 pocket holes in one board for each leg. Then connect using wood glue and 2 1/2 inch Kreg screws. Assemble the frame for the cooler out of 2×4 boards. Connect each 2×4 with 2 1/2 inch screws. You can make it as snug as you’d like. I left about a half inch of play on each side to make it easy to remove the cooler if needed. Use the cooler as a template or measure the cooler to determine how long to cut these boards. Attach the 4 corners to the top frame. Use 2 1/2 inch wood screws and put about 4 for each corner. Drill a pilot hole before putting the screws in so the wood doesn’t split. Add the apron. Rip fence boards on a table saw and then glue and nail them to the top as shown in the photo. This will create about a half inch overhang on each side. I cut the apron to 3 1/2 inches wide. Create the cooler support out of 2×4’s Place the frame upside down on a flat surface and slide the cooler in place. Next, put the support at the base of the cooler and attach to the legs using screws and pocket holes. If you don’t have a kreg jig, you could pre-drill and then run screws in at an angle. Add fence pickets around all sides to hide the cooler. I started by attaching a board in the middle of the sections and then moved to the left and right. Use as many full width fence boards as you can. Rip the outer boards on a table saw to get a perfect fit. I’d recommend spacing the boards roughly 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch from each other. Add trim horizontally on each side. Rip fence boards into 2 inch strips and then glue and nail the trim in place. Place the cooler in the frame and then mark where the hole will go through the side of the wood surround. Then drill a small hole through the wood from the inside. Next, use a larger bit or hole saw from the outside to finish the full sized hole. This is where the piping will go through. Determine the height and width of your cooler lid. Mine was a little less than 2 inches high and so I ripped a couple 2×4 boards to make them 2 inches tall. Then place the boards around the perimeter and cut to size. The lid should be snug with the wood. Attach the plastic cooler lid to the wood using 2 inch screws. Pre-drill and then put in the screw. Make sure the outer part of the lid is flush with the wood. The inner part will protrude from the wood because it is what will allow the cooler to stay in place when the lid goes down. The inner portion will seal the cooler. Cut 4 fence boards down to size and rip them each to the same width on the table saw. Leave about an 1/8 of an inch between each. Use glue and an air nailer to keep them in place. ---- Looking for more DIY videos? Be sure to check out our channel and subscribe for updates! We post a weekly tutorial every Thursday. Looking for woodworking, concrete working, and other DIY projects plans to follow? You can download plans for free at http://gumroad.com/DIYPETE Facebook: http://facebook.com/DiyProjectsWithPete Instagram: http://instagram.com/diypete Pete Sveen 1627 W Main Street Suite 182 Bozeman, Montana 59715
Views: 809839 DIY PETE
Check out Part 2 here: https://youtu.be/UZ_S618-0Z4 Watch Part 3: https://youtu.be/dZZJbVok2h4 For a written tutorial check out my blog at Wilkerdos.com Follow me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Check out my awesome sponsor Triton Tools: http://www.tritontools.com/en-US Things I used: Triton Hammer Drill: http://goo.gl/UgorS0 Triton Circular Saw: http://goo.gl/5HwQWk Framing Nailer: http://goo.gl/Mi1FEG Wedge Anchors: http://goo.gl/m479W2 (I bought a box of 10)
Views: 1876003 April Wilkerson
When I purchased the Manufactured Home it came with an 8' x 24' deck with awning. This video show the re-construction of that deck on the back of the home. Originally the deck was on the front of the home when I purchased it.
Views: 29354 Pine Meadows Hobby Farm A Modern Homestead
Learn the proper way to install the Screen Tight porch screening system on an existing porch, patio or sunroom. Also includes installation of a new screen door. Find the materials you need to screen in your porch with Screen Tight at The Home Depot: http://thd.co/2mVwQoT
Views: 383660 The Home Depot
Learn how to build an outdoor patio bar with an acid stained concrete top. In part 1 Pete will show you how to build a concrete bar top mold, pour concrete, create a trowel finish, and seal a concrete bar top. For the complete and free bar plans go to For more info, project photos, and downloadable plans check out: http://www.diypete.com/patiotable Download Plans: https://gumroad.com/l/patiobar *Note that these are affiliate links, meaning that when you buy something that is recommended below, it helps support the Channel. Thanks in advance! *Tools Needed Power Drill - http://amzn.to/1OxMfnt Orbital Sander - http://amzn.to/1VUVNYy Circular Saw - http://amzn.to/1OxNa7k Table Saw (optional) - http://amzn.to/1X7Eje5 12″ Miter Saw (optional) - http://amzn.to/1VUVo8s Jig Saw - http://amzn.to/1ZGFCTf Bolt Cutter - http://amzn.to/1OxNcfe Concrete Trowel - http://amzn.to/1LwkIAe Measure and then cut the Melamine wood to size using a circular saw. Use a jig saw if needed to cut hard to reach areas. Cut the sidewalls for the concrete bar mold using a table saw or circular saw. I cut mine to 3 3/4 inches wide. This gave me a nice bold looking concrete top that was a total of 3 inches thick. The extra 3/4 of an inch is to compensate for the base of the mold. Layout the sidewalls of the mold to make sure everything fits correctly. Attach the sidewalls to the base using 1 1/2 inch drywall screws. Pre-drill prior to inserting the screw. Use a knife to cut 1 1/2 inch thick foam for the knockout in your mold. It will be slightly smaller than the mold. There is a 1 inch channel around the entire perimeter between the foam and the sidewalls. This will allow concrete to form around the foam and to create a lip. Your concrete counter will look like it is 3 inches thick throughout. However, it will only be 1 1/2 inches thick where the foam is placed. Thus, you’ll reduce the weight of the countertop dramatically and will not have to purchase as much concrete. The foam I used had a metallic backing. Please note that any foam will work. I bought smaller project sized pieces and then used packing tape to piece them together. I also sealed all the edges of the foam with clear packing tape so the foam would release from the concrete easily. Cut re-enforcement for the concrete down to size. It typically comes in 4×8 sheets at Home Depot. Seal the joints in your mold with 100% silicon caulk. Use silicon to adhere the foam to the base of the mold as well. Let the silicon dry before adding the concrete. Mix up your concrete 1 bag at a time. I’d recommend using Quikrete Counter Top mix. If you can’t find countertop mix, Quikrete 5000 will work. The countertop mix consists of finer aggregate and is much easier to create a perfect hard trowel finish with. Mix the concrete with a hoe or a shovel. Add water until it is about a cookie dough type consistency. Add the concrete to the mold. Use a shovel, bucket, or your hands to pack it into the counter top mold. Use your hands and fingers to pack the concrete into all areas of the mold. Make sure to wear rubber gloves whenever handling concrete. Fill the mold half full with concrete. Then place the re-enforcement in the concrete. Make sure it is as flat as possible. Then continue adding concrete until the mold is full. Screed the concrete using a 2×4. Simply move the 2×4 in a saw-like motion back and forth. This will level out the concrete. Fill in low spots as needed and screed from one side to another until the concrete in the mold is as level as possible. Use a trowel to smooth the concrete for the first time. If you have a float, you can use it to help bring more “cream” to the surface which helps make the hard troweling process a bit easier. This is one of the most important steps. I like to compare it to watching the grill so you get a perfect medium rare steak for dinner. Except with this, it takes a lot longer and you don’t get to eat a steak. Anyhow, let the concrete firm up for a few hours and check it every half hour because curing time will depend on temperature, humidity, the amount of water used, and the concrete mix. Use a finger to test the firmness. If it leaves a small dimple and you don’t get any water or concrete on your finger it is ready to remove the sidewalls and trowel. Slowly remove the sidewalls. If the concrete sags make sure to put the sidewalls back on and to wait longer. Once the sidewalls are off you can smooth out the edges and fill any bugholes with extra concrete... ---- Looking for more DIY videos? Be sure to check out our channel and subscribe for updates! We post a weekly tutorial every Thursday. Looking for woodworking, concrete working, and other DIY projects plans to follow? You can download plans for free at http://gumroad.com/DIYPETE Facebook: http://facebook.com/DiyProjectsWithPete Instagram: http://instagram.com/diypete Pete Sveen 1627 W Main Street Suite 182 Bozeman, Montana 59715
Views: 294156 DIY PETE
A DIY project that can save money in covering your deck or porch with a sunshade. Enjoy your deck without being exposed directly to the sun rays. Easy to install only a few parts needed that can be purchased from a local hardware or big box store or through an online website. Basic tools such as electric drill, screw driver, pliers, hammer and hack saw are needed. There is no structural integrity to carry ice or snow loading. The sun tarp is easily removed for the winter and reinstalled in the spring using bungee cord or rope. Only the PVC, plumbing pipe, valance and awning fittings remains. Very min. wind loading with using a sun tarp rather than a solid tarp.
Views: 134386 Robert Wadlington
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Views: 209506 The Wood Whisperer
http://bozeman-remodeling.com Peter Q Brown shows the construction process for an attractive new roof addition over an existing concrete patio. Discusses roof tie in and other renovation considerations. Remodeling and General Remodeling Services in Bozeman 59772, Livington 59047, Belgrade 59714 , Manhattan 59741, Clyde Park 59018, Callatin Gateway 59730, Emigrant 59027, Wilsall 59086, Pray59065 and other Gallatin County, MT areas.
Views: 459260 PeterQBrownDesign
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/framing/roof.html Click on this link if you looking for more videos about roof framing, new home construction and building repairs. This video will provide you with a few ideas for building a shed roof with an overhang. The design is based off of a low sloping roof and a square structure, but keep in mind that information in this video might not be applicable to every project all over the world.
Views: 2472 gregvancom
http://howtobuildashedeasily.com/MYSHEDPLANS ← Click the link for your FREE Shed Plans, Start building your new SHED today... For homeowners who are planning a shed project, starting with a solid shed floor is an absolute must. Without a sturdy floor, the shed itself will lack the overall strength and support that is necessary to be safe and long lasting. http://howtobuildashedeasily.com ← Click link to visit my Blog, for great article and video's to FREE Shed Plans and Step by Step detailed Instruction's.. Build A Shed Floor Shed Floor how to build a shed floor how to build a floor for a shed how to build a storage shed floor shed floor plans building a shed floor shed floor framing storage shed floor plans storage shed floor
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/porches/index.html Click on this link for more videos and helpful information about porches, building design and home remodeling. This video will provide you with seven design ideas for either remodeling or building a brand-new porch with a hip roof that will attach to a home or building with an existing hip roof.
Views: 1679 gregvancom
Bring the comfort of your indoor living room to your backyard. Caitlin from the Desert Domicile completes an outdoor patio makeover as part of The Home Depot Style Challenge. Find patio design ideas for your outdoor space with our patio collection: https://thd.co/2pYGkjN With a few inexpensive items from the plumbing section and some customized patio furniture to fit her space, Caitlin turned her covered patio area into a private, cabana-inspired outdoor living space. To see even more small patio ideas from The Home Depot's Patio Style Challenge, check out Caitlin's post on The Home Depot Blog: https://thd.co/1N76Uf5 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more outdoor living space ideas and other helpful home improvement tips: http://thd.co/2iib0HE or watch now: http://www.youtube.com/HomeDepot Connect on your favorite social media: https://www.facebook.com/homedepot/ https://twitter.com/homedepot/ https://www.pinterest.com/homedepot/ https://www.instagram.com/homedepot/
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Feeling overexposed? Building an outdoor privacy screen can change all of that. With just a few tools and supplies you will have privacy in no time. Full project details here: http://low.es/1lLxPQJ First, lay out all of your supplies. The screens will be built inside out, so start by building the interior frame. Once the inner frame is built, attach to the outside posts with screws. The posts are just two 2 x 6s with a 2 x 4 in between. Make sure everything is squared up before attaching. Now you can add the rest of the horizontal rails and the metal flashing. Weave the metal flashing (while wearing gloves) and screw them in with sheet metal screws. The last step is to attach the last two 2 x 6 posts. Stain the lumber to your liking. After the building is complete, think about the layout of the screens. Once you have marked the spots for the posts, dig the holes (check with your local utility locating service beforehand). You may want to use an auger to help dig the post holes. Consult with your local building officials to see how deep you can dig. Then, to prep the holes, add some gravel. Now you can place the screens into the post holes and add concrete. Adjust your screens until they are level and the concrete is still setting. Once the concrete has set, you are ready to enjoy your backyard patio screens! For more great ideas like this one, visit http://www.LowesCreativeIdeas.com Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Home-by-Jon-Peters/312021729836 Website: http://jonpeters.com/ I'm build a tool shed for my lawn mower and garden equipment. Most of the building practices can also be applied when building a tiny House. In this video I build the truss system for my shed, I decided to build the trusses before the wall because I wanted to use the shed platform / foundation for a level surface to design and build the truss system.
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Quick start video on how to install Antico Elements' faux stone posts that are used for dressing up metal poles in basements, old brick pillars or pillars on porches. Detailed instructions may be found in out installation pages, by clicking the "Installation" tab at the top of http://www.anticoelements.com
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http://homeprosplymouth.com/patio-porch-overhang-construction-in-michigan/ Patio-Porch Overhang Construction in Plymouth Michigan Who does not love to sit outside in the porch and enjoy, without having to worry about the weather. The weather changes are the main reason why it becomes difficult for people to relax or enjoy on their own property. If you are a resident of Plymouth, then you can call Home Pros Plymouth to avail the prestigious services. You can have your porch redesigned by having a porch overhang construction done by Home Pros Plymouth. The building contractor has over 33 years of experience in this field of construction, and is efficient in building new porches, which features a trendy patio overhang design for you to enjoy. According to research, every home has the possibility of getting a patio overhang design. The Patio-Porch Overhang Design: The porch overhang would prevent the sidings of your porch from rotting. Other than that, the licensed builders at Home Pros Plymouth would take proper measurements, to build the perfect patio-porch overhang design, before initiating the construction process. You and your family would gain benefit from the overhang porch design in several ways, out of which, the first and foremost is your comfort and the reduction of environmental waste. The overhang design consists of a shade, for those hot and humid days. Plus, they provide protection to the exterior siding, windows and doors, from excessive rain damage. The harsh weather causes rotting on the siding, which is also reduced by the overhang porch design. Moreover, the energy costs are also reduced. You just have to choose the type of flooring, roof, tiles or the other materials that you want on your patio-porch overhang. The construction procedure is like a step-by-step process, which is initiated with the inspection process. After the inspection is complete, we would provide you with the estimated amount required, and then after your written approval, we would start working on the project. Everything is guaranteed! : After the essential permits are in order, we start with the construction process. You have to be confident in our services, as we provide you with 100 percent guarantee on our work as well as customer satisfaction. We have been receiving positive reviews and feedback from our customers since the initial stage. Moreover, we use trusted and certified brands in the construction process. Even if you need to get a new entry door installed, or a remodeled attic, or any other area of home improvement done, you can always rely on Home Pros Plymouth. The prices that we charge are budget-friendly and thus, you can reconstruct your house without breaking the bank. The experts on our company are friendly and would cater to the matter efficiently, while providing you with quality service. A proper inspection is carried out on the exterior and interior of the constructed area of your house, before and after the completion of the project. Coming to the conclusion, if you have any queries regarding our services, then feel free to call us on the following number: 734-548-9911
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Part 1 in a short series about building a workshop shed using some salvaged and new materials. This video covers the ground works, the salvaged wood, a SketchUp model of the workshop, building a retaining block wall, making the frame, installing the windows, and starting to assemble. This was my biggest ever project, and I don’t know if I’ll ever do anything bigger than this (unless I build myself a house some day!) Thanks for watching! Please subscribe! http://www.ragnbonebrown.com http://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/ragnbonebrown/ http://www.facebook.com/ragnbonebrown http://twitter.com/ragnbonebrown Email: email@example.com
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http://ultrasoundinspections.com Home Inspector Nashville writes: Patio decks are often found incorrectly built during home inspections which can lead to catastrophic failure. Supporting beams and girders should not be supported by bolts but should rest on the notched section of the supporting vertical post. If you are in need of good home inspection in the Middle Tennessee area or have questions about the inspection process, contact Ultra Sound Home Inspections. We have been protecting buyers like you in the Middle Tennessee area since 2004 and will help you avoid buying the "money pit". We will take the necessary time needed to explain each issue found so you will have a better understanding of any possible expenses that may be involved in correcting your new home. Within a few hours of the inspection you will be provided a comprehensive computer generated report with digital photos that clearly addresses all of the issues we discussed and that were found. Don't wait, visit our website today and schedule online or give us a call. We'll give you the peace of mind you deserve. Ultra Sound Home Inspections 615-476-1967 http://ultrasoundinspections.com
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Wanting to find out how to build a pergola? Here’s how to do it yourself. Wanting to find out how to build an arbor? You’re also in the right place, because whatever you call it, pergola or arbor, it’s the same thing – and putting one up isn’t as hard as you might think. This Mitre 10 Easy As guide will give you the right advice to get the job done. A pergola, or arbor, is a great addition to any home. It can add some real character to your backyard, creating a pleasant, shady space to relax. You’ll get even more enjoyment from your pergola knowing that you built it yourself. From marking out your area, to building the pergola structure, this step by step guide will show you how to build a pergola yourself. The design is for a free standing pergola measuring 3.5m x 3m and 2m high, but it’s easy enough to modify the dimensions to suit your site. Note – generally any structure over one metre high needs a building consent. So check with your local council about the applicable building regulations. Watch “How to build a pergola” now, then come in-store to Mitre 10 for everything you need to get the job done. And make sure you check out the rest of the Mitre 10 Easy As guides at https://www.mitre10.co.nz. for more projects you can do yourself. Plus, join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mitre10/and we’ll keep you up to date with news, special deals, prizes, and handy advice.
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How To Build A Shed: Building & Installing Roof Rafters. How to build a shed roof step by step. Sorry now that we've built all the walls are not gonna take a step back for a 0:07build the walls I actually used the floor debt to lay out the roof instead 0:11of using regular rafters and regular Ridge we built roof trusses I used the 0:17floor deck to snap out the lines because it's much easier method of snapping it 0:21out full-length pictures and then building the trusses rate in place there 0:25on the floor deck so front-to-back is a feat that's what this represents one 0:33side to the other one Walter the other we have big feet from the outside edge 0:37of that wall framing to the outside edge of this we have a look at the top of the 0:42wall on top of that we put a roof truss we're going to overhang the soffits six 0:50inches just we made it 12 inches like the house it wouldn't be in proportion 0:54with the shed so we want to keep the same details but shrink them down the 0:58right proportions so we're making the overhang six inches so six inches from 1:02the outside of the wall to the front of the overhang so this wall actually this 1:08one right here what we want to do with mark the center it's an eight-foot wall 1:13plus six inches on both sides give you 90 overall half of that which is the 1:19center of the roof four and a half feet know what I'm gonna do with just make 1:25another mark up here for five feet away doesn't really matter the same distance 1:30for the six inches and then just draw the line and this is the center of the 1:39building and the center of the room but the slope of the roof some people call 1:44it the pitch we're gonna using a pitch here and what that means in a pitch or 1:48in a slope means that for every foot I come in I'm gonna go eight inches up we 1:54know we're going four and a half feet in to the center and go up eight inches 1:59there's one foot 16 there's two foot 24 there's three foot 32 there's four feet 2:06and then the half foot equals four inches which is right there 2:12ok now we have our top measurement here this is the top of the roof and we want 2:17the other top of the roof to fall right on top of the cord there just like that 2:24all these marks were making his to the outside of the roof so now you can see 2:37the three pieces that we need to build the trust we have the bottom chord and 2:41then we had to top cords one on this side an identical one on that side that 2:45we have to cut out a two-by-four stock what I need to do is get these two 2:50angles this one down here just one at the top so that we can cut this 2:55top court out a couple of different ways to do that as we know this is Nate pitch 3:0118 slow and on all of these speeds squares see a bunch of numbers here you 3:07get there all played out the same I use this one because it's a little easier to 3:11read so it's the same thing we're looking along this Great year the top 3:16and we're going to dial it up to hit the eighth the inside a lot i mean the 3:21outside at night the inside here that's for the valley were going with the 3:25outside numbers that would be another way using a sliding T bevel that way you 3:33don't even have to look at any numbers all you do is hold it up against the 3:38lines of it until you get the correct angle taken it up and there's the angle 3:43for the top a long point to Long Point the outside edge of the rafter or the 3:51top court of the trust 4:05much better we're going to use a plywood cut it to nail the trust together so I'm 4:11just going over at least a couple inches past the inside of the wall match the 4:15bottom edge year marked the top button minimarket down about a quarter I don't 4:20want it 4:20coming up above the top 10 the same thing here down about a quarter of an 4:26inch doesn't have to be perfect because it's just a connection system what's all 4:43that about eight inches 8 to 10 inches on either side 4:57together the two end ones on we have a trust between a gable and trust in a 5:10regular trusses that the gable and trusses sit on the gable end wall on 5:15each end because I sit on the end wall sheathing goes up we have this big gap 5:21with nothing to nail too so we're gonna put in little operates in here so this 5:25evening can be mailed to it all the trusses inside don't need that once the 5:30shooting comes up half inch or less be in this case and we near the whole thing 5:34together that's what really tight it together makes us strong 5:40on this said we're using two methods to build the gable in walls for no other 5:44reason than to show you two methods are most likely to use when you build your 5:48shed you want to pick one method and use it on both cable ends if you use a trust
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