In this video we show you the whole setup for a concrete foundation setup when it comes to building garages, houses, room editions and more. We hope this video supplies you with enough information to get your projects done! Please dont forget to like, subscribe, share , and comment if you have any questions on how we setup our foundation concrete pours! We are more than happy to help! Patreon Account = https://goo.gl/m9FyYD OdellCompleteConcrete tools: Shop at Amazon for your tools : http://amzn.to2naDkg Table Saw Folding Stand : https://amzn.to/2Fp9hKA Makita 70lb Jack Hammer: https://amzn.to/2HzoJdg Makita 35 pound Jack Hammer : https://amzn.to/2KlXhgT Hilti Totary hammer Drill : https://amzn.to/2vWZpZj Skill Saw: https://amzn.to/2JB7818 Skill Saw with Laser Guided : https://amzn.to/2HC3FyB Marshalltown Finishing Square Trowel 14 x 4: https://amzn.to/2jddpok Marshalltown Finishing Square Trowel 24 x 5: https://amzn.to/2KlyYj3 Marshalltown Finishing Round Trowel 16 x 4: https://amzn.to/2vTxV6F Marshalltown Margin Towel 6 x 2: https://amzn.to/2JAow68 Marshalltown 6 x 3 Edger: https://amzn.to/2r5Pvzo Marshalltown Walking Edger : https://amzn.to/2r7qlka Marshalltown Rock-It Adjustable Bull Float Bracket: https://amzn.to/2jfkmoQ Bon BullFloat and Rock N Roll Bracket: https://amzn.to/2jg20nM Milwaukee Hammer Drill/Driver : https://amzn.to/2r7G0PI OdellCompleteConcrete.com [email protected]
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THIS VIDEO IS ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MODERN BUNGALOW WITH A PENT HOUSE.HOPE YOU WILL ENJOY IT.PLS,LET ME KNOW HOW YOU SEE IT AND STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPLOADS TILL THE END.PLS, LIKE,COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE .check the part 2 of this video.ITS AVAILBLE IN THIS CHANNEL.
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This is the start of our second building project on Skill Builder. The Capel Build sees Roger's friend Robin renovate and extend an unusual property designed by Michael Newberry in Surrey. In this episode Robin talks about the challenges of getting the foundations right. =================================================== Don't forget to stay up to date with Skill Builder! Join our mailing list - http://skill-builder.uk/join Visit our website - http://skill-builder.uk See our Tweets - https://twitter.com/skillbuilderuk See our Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/skillbuilderchannel See our Pins - https://www.pinterest.com/skillbuilder1
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Jeff Fahrensohn, manager, technical development and competency policy, Building Control provides an example of poor building practice as encountered by Auckland building inspectors. Read more about how Auckland Council is campaigning for quality during the building boom here: http://bit.ly/1hD7hlU
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Oct 2015 - This video is the 1st of our v-log showing the progress of us building our own Grand Design self build home. Hopefully, there'll be some useful 'how to' info to help others thinking of a self build construction.
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Home-by-Jon-Peters/312021729836 Website: http://jonpeters.com/ I'm building a new storage shed for my lawn mower and gardening tools. I've noticed that most sheds tend to rot from the bottom up and are often home to ground hogs and skunks. Because of these issues I'm taking a little more time and effort to prevent that from happening to this shed by building a solid base and level foundation. Hope you find this video helpful
Views: 1637974 Jon Peters
Homebuilding and Renovating in association with Cemex, detail the process of building a single storey extension. With Master Builder Andy Stevens we follow the build from beginning to completion, outlining all the major stages and techniques involved. This is Part 2 - Digging the foundations; covering footing size and depth, how to dig, sourcing and pouring the concrete, and creating the footings. www.homebuilding.co.uk www.cemex.co.uk
Views: 45938 Homebuilding & Renovating
Leca® Lightweight Aggregate (LWA) has been an important ingredient for civil engineers throughout the world in providing the perfect material to solve a variety of engineering issues when developing a city landscape. In general, Leca® LWA is used to reduce, compensate or prevent settlements, to improve stability of a fill structure or landscape or to decrease soil pressure on a retaining structure produced by backfill. In the same applications, Leca® LWA can be used both as drainage intensifying and as moisture retaining for vegetation and also as a frost protection layer. For more information visit: http://www.leca.co.uk/utilising-lecar-lwa-to-create-iconic-landscapes/
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Part 4 of a video series about how to self-build a timber-framed garden room office (aka tiny house)/wood workshop in the UK. This video covers setting out the garden room's perimeter and the foundations. The purpose of this video series is to provide all the information required for viewers to build their own garden room rather than just a montage of the building work. It took me months of research to learn everything in these videos so I hope to save people time and money. The videos are a mix of theory and footage of the build including all the mistakes I made along the way. I am not a builder or tradesman, just a keen DIY-er with some basic tools. Everyone can do this! In the longer term, I hope to turn this channel into a community for garden room self-builders and to eventually evolve into a woodworking projects channel- the real purpose of my garden room! Associated website: www.alidymock.com 3D model free program: https://www.sketchup.com/ Websites to check prices for materials : https://www.selcobw.com/ http://www.builderdepot.co.uk/ Tools used: Stakes String line Sharpie pen Tape measure: https://www.screwfix.com/p/stanley-tylon-tape-measures-8m-26-pack-of-2/2086h Open frame tape measure: https://www.screwfix.com/p/open-frame-tape-50m-x-13mm/15462 Folding square: https://www.screwfix.com/p/forge-steel-48-aluminium-folding-square/69436 Pickaxe Garden fork Spade/shovel Hoe Old wood post as a tamper 1.8m spirit level: https://www.screwfix.com/p/stanley-fatmax-pro-box-beam-level-180cm/44775 Small spirit level Hammer Scissors/stanley knife Trowel Mortar trowel Bucket and measuring cup Brush for wiping grit of the top of the blocks so they were level. Water spray bottle to wet the blocks slightly before applying mortar. Safety: dust mask, gloves Materials: 7N dense concrete blocks (£1.44 each) Floor timbers (see next vid for more info) Hardcore Portland cement Sand Weed fabric and plastic pegs Thermolite blocks for retaining wall as can be cut with a saw unlike dense blocks. If I were doing this again, I’d use a bed of mortar instead of sand on top of the hardcore as this would make it easier getting the first block level. I used a 1:4/1:5 cement to sand mix- the less cement, the stronger it cures. The less water used, the stronger it cures. I added just enough to make it pliable in order to level the blocks. I sprayed the mortar with water for a couple of days to slow the curing time which also makes it stronger. Thanks to Joff-Turbo-Nova from www.DIYnot.com for picture of his garden room build using the bracket foundations method. Music: https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads
Views: 44161 Ali Dymock
Subscribe for Part 2 :) When we bought the farmhouse, it came with barns previously used for storing livestock. Having no livestock, and needing space to put all the machinery and tools required for restoring the house, we turned it into a workshop. Unfortunately the original concrete floor was very thin, totally wonky and had no hard core underneath. So we had to dig out and fill back in to create the level surface needed. We split it into 2x3 pads as we wanted to save money on ready mixes. This is us digging out 1 row of 3. We had to split it in half so we had covered space to store the tools. We haven't done the other 3 pads yet, but when we do I'll show the finished floor. Make sure to subscribe for more parts!
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We pour a lot of footing and foundations every year when we are not moving dirt or framing houses and cabins. I always get questions on what and how, so here is a look at what we do and how we do it. This snap tie system is very simple and easy to use and all the lumber can be reused in other parts of the building of your home. Thank you for all your support, https://www.paypal.me/mountainhomestead #essentialmountainhomesteading #homesteading #ruralliving #cabinbuilder #homebuilder #diyhomebuild #howtobuild #cabinliving #mountainliving
Views: 206252 Essential Mountain Homesteading
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Views: 1297379 Durski Paweł
Beautiful picture collection of Shipping container home foundation - When building a shipping container home, you need to lay a foundation which the containers can be placed upon. The foundation 'type' you Beautiful picture collection of shipping container home foundation - when building a shipping container home you need to lay a foundation which the containers can be placed upon.. Contact Jimmy Liao Both Wins International(China Jimmy) Limited Add:5# shawan road,shawan town,panyu district,guangzhou,China Tel:+86 13926184798 Email : [email protected] Top 5 foundation types used in shipping container homes and buildings | by sheltermode homes beautiful picture collection of shipping container home foundation - when building a shipping container home you need to lay a foundation which the containers can be placed upon... If you love shipping container homes; or are exploring the possibilities of building your own; this video brings to you the top 5 foundation types used in shipping container houses and buildings. The best image frome shipping container home foundation ver ii... http://shipcontainerhouse.us/foundations-for-shipping-container-homes.html buy 20' FT Shipping Container Home - 160 Sqft. - Brand New - Bunk House Cabin Garage in ebay. https://goo.gl/34RCqs How to make a shipping container home http://shipcontainerhouse.us/how-to-make-a-shipping-container-home.html My Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxspVzfg9pTS1F4ohpy-fsw
Views: 213910 Alvinsa
When building a shipping container home, you need to lay a foundation which the containers can be placed upon. The foundation ‘type’ you can use will vary depending on: your budget, structural requirements, local soil type and local building conventions. You need to make sure you choose the right foundation type for both your budget and the local environment. Getting the decision about the type of foundation to use wrong can be devastating and it can bring your entire project to an abrupt holt- in fact this is one of the biggest mistakes people make when building a container home. Today we are going to explore the various types of foundations you can use for your shipping container and address the pros and cons of each foundation type. Don't forget to subscribe and share https://www.youtube.com/c/AlvinsaStudio Shipping Container Home: Foundation Types - Foundation for Shipping Container homes, Foundation type for Container Homes, Foundation design for Shipping Container homes, homes, SHELTERMODE HOMES, container homes foundation design, container homes pier foundations, shipping container foundation type, buildings, shipping container beautiful picture collection of shipping container home foundation - when building a shipping container home you need to lay a foundation which the containers can be placed upon. Container homes , Foundation type for Container Homes , Foundation design for Shipping Container homes , foundation , homes , SHELTERMODE HOMES , container homes foundations , container homes foundation design , container homes pier foundations , containers , shipping container foundation type , buildings , Source : https://www,containerhomeplans.org/2015/09/shipping-container-home-foundation-types/
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In these videos we are building a new extension and will be going through the stages from the foundation to the superstructure
Views: 78726 Chris Longhurst
Get the full video course here: http://www.members.thiscobhouse.com/online-cob-house-workshop/ The first part of building your cob home will be the foundation. This is the first detail to consider for building any structure, and the information presented in this video is relevant to just about any natural building you might construct. The foundation is a unified, stable base which holds the weight of your walls, upper floors, roof, and any live loads. It also distributes the weight of the house over a large area and prevents it from sinking into the ground, which can be catastrophic to a building’s structure. You must build on solid, dry ground. Foundations can be built using a variety of materials, such as: stone, concrete, and gravel. A good foundation is vital to the life of your building and it should be given the consideration it deserves as a critical piece of the structure. Foundations for cob buildings can include the rubble trench below ground and the above-ground stem wall that holds the cob walls. The rubble trench below ground level works with the stem wall to further distribute the weight of the building evenly, to provide water drainage around the structure, and to anchor the building into the ground which limits movement of the building’s walls. The stem wall, which sits above ground on top of the rubble trench, extends up at least 1 ½ feet. The stem wall acts as protection for the walls and floors from water damage. It acts as a moisture break so that water does not seep up from the ground into the walls. Water runoff along the ground is not able to touch the cob portion of the walls, and water splash back from rainfall cannot reach that high. Its important for your foundation to protect your walls from water since your cob walls will deteriorate if they are soaked by it. Even in arid climates, it is not recommended to build the cob walls starting at the ground level as this shortens the life of the structure. Especially for massive earthen building, the importance of foundations cannot be overemphasized. Do your due diligence and plan for a solid, strong foundation. If your foundation is well designed, your building will enjoy a much longer life. From here on, we will be focusing on how to build a simple, yet effective, continuous (monolithic) foundation consisting of a rubble trench and a stem wall. Join the 'Online Cob Workshop' now: http://www.members.thiscobhouse.com/online-cob-house-workshop/ --------------------------------- #ThisCobHouse #cobhouse #naturalbuilding #naturalhomes #rammedearth #sustainableliving #homesteading #offgridliving #greenbuilding #homesteadlife #selfsufficiency #cobhouses #doityourself #diy
Views: 30384 This Cob House
Download the full course: http://www.members.thiscobhouse.com/online-cob-house-workshop-design-masterclass/ This course includes instructional videos, lessons notes, and over 130 construction diagrams! Topics covered: 1. Foundations 2. Electrical & Plumbing 3. Windows & Doors 4. Bond Beam 5. Intermediate Floors 6. Roofing You will also receive: Bonus: "Build A Cob House" eBook Bonus: "Cob to Code" eBook Tiny Cob House Plans ($300 value) SketchUp file for the Tiny Cob House SketchUp files for all lessons Download the full course here: http://www.members.thiscobhouse.com/online-cob-house-workshop-design-masterclass/ ------------------------------- #ThisCobHouse #cobhouse #naturalbuilding #naturalhomes #rammedearth #sustainableliving #homesteading #offgridliving #greenbuilding #homesteadlife #selfsufficiency #cobhouses #doityourself #diy
Views: 18321 This Cob House
Amazing Technologies Construction Foundations House - Building Foundation House Step by Step ( P1)
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Explains proper site preparation, footings and a grade beam for a pier-and-beam foundation system. A treated pony wall, piling and connections are presented.
Views: 434204 southernpinelumber
Building our tiny house on wheels together with the team from Tiny House Chattanooga in Tennessee was an amazing experience. To find out more information, including the cost and details on the products we used visit our website: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/our-tiny-house-build/ We were rushing to get the home complete so we could be on the road for some tiny house festivals around America and so the entire build was done from start to finish in only 21 days! Become a Living Big Patron: https://www.patreon.com/livingbig Tiny House Chattanooga (http://www.tinyhousechattanooga.com) were amazing. Not only did the team pull together to get the home finished to an amazingly high standard, they also allowed me to get stuck into the build with them and I was able to learn an incredible amount about tiny house building in the process. The home was constructed on a trailer from Tiny House Foundations (http://www.tinyhousefoundations.com). We follow the whole build process of this tiny house, from preparing the tiny house trailer and erecting the Volstrukt steel frame (http://www.volstrukt.com/) right the way through the completed home. Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/livingbiginatinyhouse Follow us on Twitter: @TinyHouseNZ Follow us on Instagram: @livingbiginatinyhouse Please subscribe for more videos on tiny houses, DIY, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. Music in this video: http://www.youtube.com/brycelangston 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2017 Zyia Pictures Ltd
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http://handmadehouses.com/handmade-house-tv/ In this episode of the series Noah Bradley shares his insights into the use of pier foundations under a home or cabin. We hope that you will follow along each and every Wednesday as new episodes are released. We would also like to invite you to visit us at http://handmadehouses.com/ where you can sign up to be a member of our email group and receive the show notes for each episode as it is released. If you value the information in this series and want to learn everything that only a lifetime of building handcrafted homes can bring then make sure and visit the Handmade House Academy page... http://handmadehouses.com/handmade-house-academy/ We greatly appreciate your comments (especially the nice ones!) and your thumbs up!
Views: 28950 Handmade Houses with Noah Bradley
This video is part of a series documenting the construction of a house in a rural town in Ghana. The purpose of this house is to serve as a home base for international volunteers. In this video, the concrete foundations of the house are poured and then smoothed. Filmed in February, 2015.
Views: 4008 Free Thinker Silver
This video is about Footings and Base Works
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/sheds/index.html Click on this link for more videos about shed construction, deck building and other outdoor house construction projects. This video was inspired by a question I received from someone wondering how to build a stronger foundation for their shed in areas where it snows. Snow loads on the roof can create additional weight for the foundation and might require larger structural beams or more concrete footings.
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Building a cabin in Finland
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Case study follows the construction sequence of building a home on a Permanent Wood Foundation (PWF) system. Site preparation, drainage, basement walls and wood floor construction steps are presented. Materials used, advantages and features of the PWF system are explained.
Views: 147554 southernpinelumber
In Episode 1 we will go over the basic considerations for buying shipping containers, explain how we got building permits for a shipping container house and show how we constructed the concrete foundations. Link to the company i bought my shipping containers from: https://www.containerdiscounts.com/shipping-containers-for-sale-home-made-modern Follow us on instagram for project updates: https://www.instagram.com/benjaminuyeda/ Shop the Container Home: https://www.homedepot.com/c/openhouse Explore the Container Home: http://www.uncontained.house/ We are still working on getting the website for this project up and running so please be patient. Buying the Shipping Containers: We purchased one trip condition hi-cube containers. California requires that shipping containers used for homes have documentation showing that have not had toxic or radioactive materials in them. This normally means that you need one trip condition containers with appropriate certificates. I bought my containers from https://www.containerdiscounts.com/shipping-containers-for-sale-home-made-modern and paid $4800 each for the 40-foot hi-cube containers and $3250 for the 20-foot hi-cube container. Hi-cube containers are a foot taller than typical shipping containers. Permits: I recommend going in person to the local building department showing them the survey and asking them for a checklist of everything that needs to be completed to get building permits. The survey is important because it shows the building dept both the physical nature of the property and documents its legal boundaries and history. I explained that I wanted to build a shipping container house and asked for a complete checklist of everything I would need to get done and submit in order to get building permits. Architectural Design I used the architecture firm I co-founded, ZeroEnergy Design, to produce the architectural drawings. Even though I am a co-owner I made sure to pay the firm for the hours of preparation that this task would take. It would be unfair to my partners if I used firm resources for my own personal project. I paid $5000 for the creation of the architectural drawings. Structural Engineering I sent the architectural drawings over to the structural engineering firm I hired, and they created the structural details and created a package of calculations showing that these details would meet all code requirements and result in a safe and strong building. This package of drawings and calculations was required by the building dept. My architecture firm primarily practices on the east coast and does not have a stamp in California so I had the structural engineering firm stamp the drawings. The building dept gave me the option of having either the architecture firm or the engineering firm stamp the documents. Foundation design: We ended up building a monolithic on slab on grade concrete foundation. We worked on designs for some piers that would have saved in material costs but then the space underneath the container would have been classified as a crawl space and the bottom of the container would have to be 18” off the ground at a minimum. This would mean I would have to build stairs and railing for all the decks. Grading the site and excavating for the foundation I rented a bulldozer and hired an operator to level a portion of the site where I wanted to place the house. I then rented a back hoe to dig out the footings for the foundation. Building the forms The forms were built out of 2x8s screwed to steel stakes that we hammered into the ground. Reinforcement We used #4 rebar to reinforce the concrete. This was wired together to match the structural drawings. Concrete Day Concrete day was pretty exciting. We had to pump the concrete to one of the foundation slabs because the truck couldn’t get close enough without driving over the other forms. Check out HomeMade Modern our DIY Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeMadeModern/videos
Views: 1053701 The Modern Home Project
For more details, join our 'cob building' group on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1536366159917167/ This video shows our cob-house build from foundations up to the living roof (the interior isn't done yet). We've used stone that was already on the site (from a past ruined shed - that you see us dismantle at the start of the video). Reclaimed windows were found in skips and wood is from an old barn. The clay and earth we used had been the original mortar for the old stone shed - so that's recycled too. For th living roof we used cardboard and old carpet from skips. We did have to buy lime mortar, plywood boards, sand, pondliner and screws/nails,, which came to approx 700 euros. It took us about 4 months (with just 2 of us working on it) to get this far.
Views: 4142 m m
This is a video of how we are building our Cob building. I have found that it takes 30 good spade fulls of soil to fill a tyre. i have used a sledge hammer to pack them tight.
Views: 4125 Supershed Scrag
Amazing Technologies Construction Foundations House - Building Foundation House Step by Step ( P5)
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Plots 1-8 foundations being dug and formed for the 25 new homes we're building for sale in Willenhall, Walsall on the outskirts of Wolverhampton in the Black Country. Visit http://www.wonderfulhomes.co.uk for full details.
Views: 9268 WonderfulHomes
Construction Photo's and video of Footings concrete Pour, showing bottoming out in trenches, marking levels and pouring concrete
Views: 185128 Staniland Trevor
Building Foundations for walls and a Thai house in UdonThani . We will Use double Concrete walls and Steel for the main foundations ans single blocks for outside walls. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Building a Villa in Thailand for Under 500,000 Thai baht" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2e7HfbKGyk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1630 Charles law
Brent Ackerman, Project Manager, discussing the first stage of the build - laying the foundations and the beam and block floor in preparation for the timber frame structure. The Wickhambrook is the newest addition to the Potton show centre. Completed in 2012, the 2,780 sq ft house was deliberately staggered over nine months to allow customers considering a self build home to see each stage of the build. Under normal circumstances, this entire process could have been completed in about 12 weeks. Please visit http://www.potton.co.uk for more information on this self build home or further details on how Potton can help you achieve your own Beautifully Tailored home. For details on this Potton barn build visit http://www.buildapottonbarn.co.uk
Views: 19557 Potton Self Build Homes
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/foundations/index.html Which type of home building foundation should I use to build my home? If you're going to build on flat ground that doesn't have problems with the soil, I would suggest that you use a solid concrete building foundation, but that's just a suggestion. If I was building a home and enjoyed remodeling it, I would use a raise building foundation, so that I could move the plumbing, electrical and some of the structural framing, with very little effort. There are problems and advantages with both types of building foundations. If you want to learn more, watch this video and leave some constructive comments for other people interested in home improvement, remodeling and new home construction.
Views: 38224 gregvancom
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/foundations/index.html Click on this link to learn more about building foundations, plumbing and house framing. I don't know if it happens as much as it used to, but I can't tell you how many times I was working around are on a concrete building foundation, only to end up with someone forgetting to install something correctly in the footing, like a plumbing pipe sleeve. Don't let this happen to you and if you're planning on building a home in the future, make sure that you visit our websites, watching as many of our videos as possible and read some of our books.
Views: 141397 gregvancom
The first video instalment of Building a Container House!!! As we are building our home on a slope we needed to either put it on stumps or level out the ground. We decided to level the ground by putting in a retaining wall and filling it. This is not a how to video... Its a sample of the progression of stage one of our container house project.
Views: 15131 Jono Wong
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/design/index.html Click on this link for more information about building design, architecture and house framing. This is part 4 of the video series designed to learn you how to look at a set of building blueprints and get a better idea of how the house framing assembly process works. Do-it-yourselfers and those new to the construction industry could find a series beneficial and it's obviously something I wish I would've had when I started.
Views: 8547 gregvancom
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Views: 546071 The Dave Ramsey Show