Matt Risinger and Jordan Smith report on behalf of http://www.jlconline.com hitting on the new trend that a lot of new siding companies are coming out with. Go follow Jordan Smith's YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/jordansmithbuilds https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild https://www.instagram.com/jordansmithbuilds Mentioned - https://www.certainteed.com/stonefacade/ https://www.aspyredesign.com https://www.thermoryusa.com/rebel-series-drift/ http://www.boralamerica.com/stone/versetta-stone https://www.certainteed.com/icon/ Music by: https://www.TakeTones.com
Views: 373352 Matt Risinger
A lot of homes get clad with siding that is hazardous to the building and the residents inside the building. In this video I am going to talk about some siding alternatives that are far more resilient. One of my favorite books on building: (Not an affiliate link) https://www.amazon.ca/Making-Better-Buildings-Comparative-Construction/dp/0865717060 Share your interest in permaculture and sustainability with T-shirts and other products from the Verge Merch Store! https://teespring.com/stores/verge-merchandise FREE RESOURCES: How To Design Resilient Homes Acreages and Farms: http://bit.ly/2mNPH4s Passive Solar Greenhouse Case Studies: http://bit.ly/2ERJKtY The Verge Blog Book: http://bit.ly/2Dqjg5G UPCOMING VERGE WORKSHOPS: Permaculture Design Certificate: http://bit.ly/2FP47t2 Permaculture Pro Webinar Series: http://bit.ly/2DivD4f Regenerative Business Mentorship: http://bit.ly/2BccBGT SALATIN SEMESTER BOOK: https://salatinsemester.com/ Verge Website: https://vergepermaculture.ca/ DONATE TO THE SHOW!! $5 - http://bit.ly/2mRYEd4 $10 - http://bit.ly/2Deg0Xx $20 - http://bit.ly/2rjHqtM Follow Rob Avis https://www.facebook.com/vergepermaculture/ https://twitter.com/vergepc?lang=en Watch More Rob Avis: Make a Living With Permaculture/Farming: http://bit.ly/2DEOGCR Urban Homesteading Video Series: http://bit.ly/2DilqF3 Verge Grad Interview Series: http://bit.ly/2FM9AAE About Rob Avis and Verge Permaculture: In less than 10 years, Rob & Michelle Avis left Calgary’s oil fields and retooled his engineering career to help clients and students design integrated systems for shelter, energy, water, waste and food, all while supporting local economy and regenerating the land. He’s now leading the next wave of permaculture education, teaching career-changing professionals to become eco-entrepreneurs with successful regenerative businesses. Learn more and connect with Rob & Michelle at https://vergepermaculture.ca/
Views: 192773 VergePermaculture
We have always Enjoyed spending time with Red Poppy Ranch and his family and this time was no different. traveling this Christmas gave us the chance to stop in and see Heath and the amazing progress he has made in the last eight months sense we last stopped by. Heath is the hardest working guy I Know and it always blows me at how much he has accomplished in a very short time. This time we got to talk to him about wood siding and how to install it to get the look that he wants. Please check out more of Red Poppy Ranch here, https://youtu.be/8cL9Vur6wZ4 And here is some more! https://youtu.be/nr_R0fFEqJY Thank you for all your support, If you would like to support the channel please follow the link below, https://www.paypal.me/mountainhomestead Thank you for all your support, https://www.paypal.me/mountainhomestead #essentialmountainhomesteading #homesteading #ruralliving #cabinbuilder #homebuilder #diyhomebuild #howtobuild #cabinliving #mountainliving
Views: 17942 Essential Mountain Homesteading
Chris from http://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html teaches you how to install sheet siding on your storage shed! This video describes the steps to installing 4x8 sheet sod T1-11 or other siding. It describes how to: Square up the shed walls Install siding around the door opening Install Z metal flashing on siding joints How to install siding on the gable ends of the rafters For Shed Plans to this and other sheds please visit our website at https://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html For more Shed Building videos check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/icreatablestv Subscribe to the iCreatablestv channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=icreatablestv WARNING: These projects can be dangerous, posing risks of personal injury, or property damage, and in some cases, death. There may be the possibly other risks of which I am not fully aware. Use of video content and or website information is at your own risk. Thanks for watching!
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In part 6 of building a shed on a budget, we return to the backyard to finish this long-standing DIY project. In part 1 through 5 of building a shed on a budget, we did everything from the floor, framing, plywood and roof rafters and now in part 6 we finally put siding on the outside! In part 7 (the final installment of building a shed on a budget) I'll be putting a roof on this shed and getting in painted to look nice! If you have been watching how to build a shed on a budget since part 1 thank you! but if you haven't seen part 1 through 5 check them out here!
Views: 42185 Ian Ingram
My workshop walls are concrete block. They're functional but ugly so I installed fibre cement sheets over the block with the help of timber studs. I'm not a builder and this is not a how-to video. Official Website http://www.robinlewismakes.com/ Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/RobinLewisMakes Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robinlewismakes Interested in seeing more? I have a second channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZclB785ENs6LBUjcqPPmpQ Thanks for watching
Views: 38636 Robin Lewis
Durasid is the perfect aesthetic cladding for side faces, gables, bay windows, dormers, garden sheds, pool houses and other constructions. Durasid offers a wide range of applications for both new-build and renovations projects. The Durasid cladding profiles are made from a rigid foam core covered with a durable, co-extruded top coat. Inside the top coat, a decorative wood grain texture is applied, so that Durasid combines the best of all other facades. Durasid has the charm and appeal of natural wood plus the ease of maintenance of plastic, which has allowed it to quickly establish itself as a smart and fully-fledged alternative to other other external wall coverings made from commonly used materials. Durasid retains its initial visual aspect and appeal for much longer than any wooden exterior cladding or a facade in a different material, which often tend look weathered and lose their appeal as time moves on.
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Matt tours a build in Boston with Architect, Steve Baczek. Using ingeniously simple details, Steve and Builder http://www.shorelinebuilders.net take this house to Passive levels and beyond! http://www.stevenbaczekarchitect.com/info/ https://www.jlconline.com/how-to/insulation/air-sealing-that-works_o Steve Baczek - https://www.instagram.com/stevenbaczekarchitect/ Acoustic Sealant - https://amzn.to/2Oqmnwa Builder - http://www.shorelinebuilders.net Be sure to hit the Subscribe button! New Build Show videos every Tuesday and Friday. Follow Matt on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild The Build Show store on Amazon has all Matt's Favorite Tool and Books. https://www.amazon.com/shop/mattrisinger Huge thanks to our Show sponsors USG/Tremco, Polywall, Huber, Dorken Delta, Prosoco, Rockwool & Endura for helping to make these videos possible! These are all trusted companies that Matt has worked with for years and trusts their products in the homes he builds. http://www.Securockexoair.com/en.html http://www.Dorken.com http://www.Poly-Wall.com http://www.Huberwood.com http://www.Prosoco.com https://www.Rockwool.com http://www.EnduraProducts.com
Views: 601013 Matt Risinger
If you shop at Amazon.com (for anything) please use this link - https://amzn.to/2AxZxjZ - that will give us a small commission at no additional cost to you. Pledge us on Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/HouseImprovements Shannon from https://www.house-improvements.com shows you how he likes to make and install trim around exterior windows when styrofoam is added on the outside of a home's walls. If you have questions about your home improvement projects, stop by the forum on our website, where Shannon will answer your questions in detail for free. Website: https://www.house-improvements.com Forums: https://www.house-improvements.com/forums/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/House-Improvementscom/180657245288627 Twitter: https://twitter.com/House_Improve We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Video © 2018 SKS Media. Videos produced by SKS Media (House-Improvements.com) are provided for informational purposes only. The information contained in the videos is intended to give general guidance to simplify DIY (do it yourself) projects. Because tools, products, materials, equipment, techniques, building codes and local regulations are constantly changing, SKS Media cannot and does not assume any responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained therein. Further, SKS Media will not accept any claim for liability related to, but not limited to, omissions, errors, injury, damage or the outcome of any project. It is the responsibility of the viewer to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, codes and regulations for a project. The viewer must always take proper safety precautions and exercise caution when taking on any project. If there are any questions or doubt in regards to the element of a project, please consult with a licensed professional. SKS Media conducts all matters in accordance with the laws of Saskatchewan, Canada.
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T1-11 Siding Ever heard of it? If you're a contractor, of course you have. If you're a do-it-yourselfer, maybe not. If you haven't heard of T1-11 siding I wanted to give you a brief introduction and tell you why you might want to use it on a project. T1-11 type siding generally comes in 2 different forms. One is based on Oriented Strand Board (OSB) and the other is plywood based. You can get 4x8 sheets of either type at the local lumber store. The OSB type has a wood grain look embossed on the exterior of the sheet, whereas the plywood based T1-11 has a rough- sawn wood appearance on the exterior. Both types have vertical grooves 8 inches on center. The plywood type T1-11 is what I used so that's what I'll be talking about in this video. I like it because it has 5 plies and is about 5/8 inches thick. The edges of the sheet are half lap joints so that when it is installed you can't see the seams between sheets. T1-11 is used on all types of residential and commercial buildings. Everything from sheds, to houses, to restaurants and small office buildings. I used it to re-side a house recently and wanted to show you how it looks. Since so many houses have vinyl siding on them, T1-11 gives a unique look. Also, at $33 for a 4x8 sheet the price is reasonable. Before I show you my project, I wanted to share some things I did to the T1-11 before attaching it to the building. Since this is a wood product I wanted to paint all sides before installing it. This may seem like overkill, but I wanted to protect against future water damage. Just think of this as insurance. I also painted any edges or cuts that I made. A good paint for the finish coat is Valspar Duramax available at Lowe's. It's a paint and primer in one and is great for the exterior side of the siding but it is a bit expensive. With that in mind you probably want to buy and use a regular primer for the back side of the T1-11 sheet. Regular primer will still be over $20 a gallon but will save you some money when compared to the expense of the Valspar Duramax. Another thing you will need is caulking. The one I like is called OSI Quad Advanced Formula Sealant for windows, doors, and siding. It is paintable but comes in various colors and is flexible even in very cold temperatures and costs about $5 per tube. Now, here's some footage of my project. You can see we set up some saw horses and painted everything before we installed it. We painted the back of the siding with regular primer and we painted the front with Valspar Duramax. To make things easier and safer, we rented some scaffolding from Home Depot. Other than that we just worked across the house, one 4 by 8 sheet at a time. We removed the old rigid insulation and replaced it with 2 inch rigid insulation under the siding and taped the joints. After installing the trim, we caulked the top but left the bottom open so moisture wouldn't be trapped. Well, that's it for now and I hope you enjoyed this intro to T1-11 siding. Thanks for watching.
Views: 242196 SyberPrepper
First video on how I install Board/Batten Siding. Ger your Anchorseal here! 1 Gallon Size http://amzn.to/2DIAhYS 1 Quart Size http://amzn.to/2DKVktO One Mans Wilderness book http://amzn.to/2DKVktO Log Rite Products 36in Hookaroon http://amzn.to/2CNe5cl 48in Cant Hook http://amzn.to/2Exq7qR 60in Cant Hook http://amzn.to/2DgYAdB If you would like to make a donation to support this channel: pay/pal [email protected] Please visit my Patreon page if you have time. I appreciate any support. https://www.patreon.com/outofthewoods web site for buying shirts and other items! www.outofthewoodsforestry.com Subscribe to my Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiPGkIebcT4QmEw6P6Lkubw?sub_confirmation=1 email me: [email protected] Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elliottsawmillandlumber/?ref=hl Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/outofthewoodsforestry/ Music: The Lees of Memory https://theleesofmemory.bandcamp.com/ Acoustic Breeze https://www.bensound.com Navajo Night by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Views: 147264 Out of the Woods
Faux stone panels and siding from Faux Panels® are molded from real rock, stone and brick in high-density polyurethane to recreate the look of natural stone at a fraction of the cost. Lightweight and durable, DIY homeowners and professional builders alike will find them easy to install and made to last. All of our panels are weatherproof, and can be used for interior or exterior design projects for homes, restaurants, retail stores, office buildings and more. We offer the largest selection of faux panels on the market today, with a wide variety of styles to choose from. For more information on our panels and other products, please visit us on the web at http://www.fauxpanels.com or speak to one of our helpful customer service reps at 1-800-651-4223. Email us directly at [email protected] For Faux Wood Beams, please visit our sister site - http://www.fauxwoodbeams.com Add us on Social Media for Do it Yourself Project Ideas, Examples, and much more: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/fauxpanels Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/fauxpanels Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/fauxpanels/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+fauxpanels Houzz - http://www.houzz.com/pro/fauxpanels/f... Faux Panels.com® and FauxWoodBeams.com™ is part of a family business Barron Designs Inc. We were established in 1972 and have been serving the home improvement industry ever since. Barron Designs is leading the industry with the most realistic faux building products in the market today. We take great pride in the quality and customer service we provide. Whether you are a builder, remodeler, or home owner you will find your experience a pleasurable one. With over 900 products to choose from, our easy-to-install faux panels and faux wood beams are the perfect solution for any contractor, business owner, or homeowner.
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For more information on Wood siding or Best Practice methods see my blog at http://www.MattRisinger.com -Matt Risinger Risinger Homes in Austin TX www.twitter.com/mattrisinger
Views: 122582 Matt Risinger
I had been concerned about investing in my 25 year old home in this declining real estate market. It need a pain job, new gutters and some minor modifications and repairs. I requested estimates from a few companies for Vinyl siding, Stucco, and James Hardkey Siding. After meeting with the folks from Scottish Home Improvements, I realized that I couldn’t pass up the chance to “kick it up a notch” with the James Hardy Siding. http://www.coloradosiding.com/siding-choices/fiber-cement-siding
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During this episode of How to Build a Garage, we wrap up installing the steel siding as well as some other finishing details. I show you how the concrete will be poured as well talk about some prep work we do for insulation. It's disappointing knowing that our steel will have to come back off once our windows appear, but there is no way around it. I also realize I didn't show every detail, and I apologize, but this is all new to me and as time goes, I hope this youtube channel can be a great resource for someone either attempting to do this theirselves, maybe start their own business, or even a homeowner just wanting more info on the process before they have one built. Custom Hammers are made by Mark Martinez. He was the inventor of the Stiletto Tools titanium hammers and since has sold that business to create a new one. Can be purchased here. https://www.martineztools.com/product/martinez-tools-rr-buildings-red-headed-step-child-titanium-handled-hammer/ RR Buildings gear can be purchased here: (appreciate support if you enjoy this content) www.rrbuildings.bigcartel.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Building a Mancave 8: Porch roof and trim details" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3np_jGJu5U -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 233455 RR Buildings
Clay tile and slate are your 2 super durable options for roofing! Matt talks with Doug, a supplier from http://www.claytile.com/ and gets his expert opinion on how long these last, and how much they cost. https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild https://www.mattrisinger.com
Views: 142738 Matt Risinger
http://youtu.be/29EbqtZto0E This video compares brick with other home exteriors debunks the common myths about genuine clay brick versus its competitors. With frank pros and cons on the latest in sustainability features, maintenance needs, costs, fire safety and more, the package stacks brick against the top alternatives -- vinyl siding, concrete masonry, manufactured stone, fiber cement siding and Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS), otherwise known as synthetic stucco. The Brick Industry Association is the national authority on clay brick construction. Visit our website to learn more, and view and download free consumer guides, idea books, and other helpful resources http://www.gobrick.com For more information, call 703-674-1536 or email [email protected] Produced by The Brick Industry Association, December 2011.
Views: 53802 Brick Industry Association
www.protradecraft.com | SUBSCRIBE please Wrapping an old house in a blanket of insulation is a no-brainer when you're replacing the roofing and siding anyway Adding exterior insulation to the roof and walls of an old house can improve comfort and energy efficiency. It especially makes sense if the rafter cavities are already insulated, and it is most affordable when the roof and siding need replacement. Step-by-step: The first order of business is to strip the walls and roof. Next, cut off the rafter tails so that the connection between roof and walls can be sealed with peel and stick membrane. Cover the roof with a waterproof barrier or membrane. Install two layers of foam to the roof, staggering the seams, and offsetting the joints, and tape the seams on the top layer. New roof sheathing goes on top screwed into the framing an inch and a half Cover the roof deck with roofing underlayment that will protect against liquid water, but allow vapor to escape. At the bottom of the wall, bend a piece of coil stock into a J channel to keep the bugs out. The metal is tucked behind the house wrap. Two layers of insulation go on the walls with the outer layer’s seams taped for an air seal. Attach a strip of bug screen to the bottom of the wall to keep the ventilation channels clear. At the corners, weave the foam panels together to disrupt clear air paths between inside and out. The corners are then wrapped with peel and stick to meet them tight Furring strips are screwed to the foam an inch and a half into the framing. The furring provides ventilation space and a solid base for siding. Box out a soffit at the top of the wall and tie it all together with fascia. Install the siding, making sure to detail the bug screen tightly at the bottom of the wall. Continuous insulation, multiple layers of air sealing, and ventilation channels turn a leaky old house into a 21st century home. The Code: 2012 IECC: SECTION R402 BUILDING THERMAL ENVELOPE 2012 IRC: SECTION R806 ROOF VENTILATION | SECTION R906 ROOF INSULATION Twitter: @TradeCraftsman | twitter.com/tradecraftsman Pinterest: @ProTradeCraft | pinterest.com/ProTradeCraft/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/protradecraft Subscribe to Pro Trade Craft's YouTube channel for regular updates
Views: 80900 ProTradeCraft
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Views: 110180 The Home Exterior Guru
Part 2 of the How to build a DIY Travel Trailer Project. Adding the window framing, additional support structure, wheel wells, flooring, aluminum siding with VHB tape and more! ... oh yes, and I beef up the trailer tongue a bit too! Please let me know if you have any questions :) Joe Big thanks to Industrial Metal Supply for partnering with me and supplying some of the steel for this project! Check them out online or one of their awesome stores! https://www.industrialmetalsupply.com/ Note about the tape: The VHB tape I used for this project was CV62f and CV45F. It is very expensive, upwards of $100 per roll at most places I found. I ended up purchasing it from SRI-Supplies.com for about $50/per roll.. which was the best price I found anywhere. I paid full price and did not get a discount but just wanted to mention it in case anyone is looking for it and haven't found a good affordable source for it :) If you guys like the videos I make and would like to help support the channel at no additional cost to you. Please consider doing some of you Amazon shopping through this link. I may receive a commission on some of the items you buy. Thanks for considering, it’s greatly appreciated ☺ http://amzn.to/2hWHbgu Music sourced from the Youtube audio library and from EpidemicSound.com... credits as follows.... ASound Foundation 1 by Gavin luke A Sound Foundation 2 by Gavin Luke Only If You're Ready by Happy Republc via Epidemic Sound (license/subscription via partnership with Studio71) Subscribe to homesteadonomics: http://bit.ly/2trs1Iz Follow homesteadonomics: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/homesteadonomics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homesteadonomics/ Business Inquiries: [email protected] ----------- DIY, Gardening, Outdoors, Home Economics, Preparedness, Permaculture, etc,. If you have any questions or business inquires feel free to email below or if you prefer, you can send old fashioned mail to this address:) Homesteadonomics HC 70 Box 4770 Sahuarita AZ 85629 ----------- Tags: homesteadonomics, homesteading, diy build, building projects, diy travel trailer, teardrop trailer, trailer, how to, mig welding, how to, homemade, VHB tape,
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0:35 How to choose windows for your home 1:00 Double Hung window 1:48 Casement Window 2:39 Window shades between glass, blinds between the glass 3:00 Retractable screen window 3:40 Reclaimed wood wall 3:58 Cultured stone 4:13 Rustic Cedar 4:23 Aluminum soffit vs wood soffit, stepped wood fascia 5:00 Hand Hewn Logs, Log Home Caulk, Shingles 5:41 Log Home Kit Showroom ----------------------------- Ep 1: "Getting Started" https://youtu.be/5vYx56-ieI4 Ep 2: "Customizing the floor plan" https://youtu.be/FDWh_2p-joI Ep 3: "The Interior Kitchen Bath and Laundry Room Cabinetry" https://youtu.be/ORdb3PuBuwM Ep 4: "Customizing The Exterior" https://youtu.be/RSU9ooV15B8 Ep 5: "Construction Begins" https://youtu.be/H443dZuONp0 Ep 6: "Roof & Window Installation" https://youtu.be/J18XiK36-8g Ep 7 "Log Home Milling & Timber Trusses" https://youtu.be/KxXZtIl3JhE Ep 8 "Interior Construction Begins" https://youtu.be/HHLVvFP1yjw Ep 9 “Finishing Touches” https://youtu.be/Yao9zCxiZbw Ep 10 “New House Tour, Design Ideas, Tips!” https://youtu.be/kcURWoz3AKU Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhR_ECmZY76_unjn0Z3sbf_D7uUTnPnsu 3D Interactive Virtual Tour of Zach’s home: http://goldeneagleloghomes.com/galleries/3D-virtual-tour-page.asp?VRID=25 Zach’s Floor Plan (Timber Ranch 2286AR-CT) http://www.goldeneagleloghomes.com/plans-and-pricing/plan-details.asp?PID=2084 View this custom timber log home floor plan and 1,200 more http://www.goldeneaglelogandtimberhomes.com Call us toll free 1-800-270-5025 Contact Zach to begin planning your custom home: http://www.goldeneagleloghomes.com/company/bios/zach-parmeter.asp -------------------- [00:00:02] Zach: It's a lot of fun picking out what goes on the exterior of the home. When I think of my home or really any of these homes that we that we help people build. I think of a WOW factor. [00:00:16] Narrator: With the interior of his floor plan finalized. Zack's last step is to select the exterior design elements and finishes. Today, Zach will be meeting with Derek Schultz design expert at Golden Eagle Log and Timber homes. They'll start the process with the windows as they discuss the options and features available in Golden Eagles custom timber package. [00:00:36] Zach: When selecting my windows. My top consideration was I want as much glass as possible. So, for me I didn't have to worry about privacy. I'm in the middle of a wooded Lot. I don't have any neighbors. And I also wanted as much natural light as possible. And then the other consideration I had is, I want to make sure that what I choose for my colors as well as the style and it blends well with what I'm looking to do with the rest of the home. [00:01:00] Derrick: This particular unit is a double hung unit. Which means that both sashes, the bottom sash as well as the top sash are operational. The advantages to this are that you are able to clean this unit by simply pulling these tabs in and cleaning like that. We are also able to do that to the top sash. So especially for areas of your home that aren't gonna be easily accessible from ground levels you don't wanna get out a ladder. A double hung unit is definitely a good option for you there these. Encompass vinyl units also have options as far as grills. The window grills for this unit are between the glass so you don't have to worry about cleaning those separately. One other advantage to this Pella Encompass Vinyl unit is that it is maintenance-free. It's not going to require any additional maintenance on the exterior or the interior of the home years down the road. [00:01:48] Derrick: This particular Pella unit has an aluminum clad exterior with a wood interior that I'll be showing you shortly. This also has an argon filled glass as well as UV coating similar to the encompass unit that I'd showed you earlier. One of the advantages to this particular unit is that it's a casement unit which happens to be our most energy efficient unit available. The reason being anytime wind were to blow on this unit it actually helps close the unit tighter than what like a double hung unit would possibly do. [00:02:19] Derrick: There's approximately thirty different colors available for the exterior of your home. As well as different color options available once we get to the inside. First off addressing the hardware there's going to be eight different colors available for you to choose from on the hardware. As well as four different wood species available for the interior of the window. [00:02:19] Derrick: Another advantage of these Pella units is that we have the ability to put accessories between the glass which helps reduce allergens. This particular unit shows shades which are able to be installed from the top down.
Views: 46040 Golden Eagle Log and Timber Homes
I have been really wanting to create a video on why we don't use spray foam insulation. Do I think spray foam is bad??? No not at all. I do however have my reasons why we don't use it or push our clients to use it in our buildings. I receive a ton of questions from DIY people and professionals about using spray foam in buildings and how to efficiently insulate a structure is always a hot topic. In this video I go through 5 steps we take (probably more than that) to ensure an energy efficient building for our clients. Watch the video and give me your thoughts below in the comments or share this video with a friend that might have a use for it. Curious about the hat I like to wear? Can be found here: https://goo.gl/LH7pSU Camera I'm using: https://goo.gl/d4f5QH Patreon: https://goo.gl/FNwZjd
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Get the exterior options you need to make your building look great with Romtec. With standard options like slat siding or board and batten to custom options like corrugated steel and cultured stone, there are no limits to how to configure your building’s exterior. We can match existing buildings or create a new theme. With Romtec you will always get the exterior siding you need.
Views: 681 Romtec Inc
Off grid homestead project - installing corrugated metal on insulated concrete form building.
Views: 24839 The Hands On Channel
Follow us as we install various metal trims, cut the metal, and finally install the siding on our tiny house. We used a galvanized mini rib with cedar accents to prevent the build from being entirely industrial. Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tinyityourself Sasquatch Tiny Homes: https://www.sasquatchcustomhomes.com/ Music Credit: Lee Rosevere - Southside: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/ MBB - Take It Easy: https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial
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See even more great ideas at www.CAmericaProjects.com Corrugated Metal Fence with Wooden Posts This is Craig for Capn America Projects. Thanks for joining us again. You might have seen one of our previous ideas, we showed you how to do a laminate fence. Now we are going to show you how to do a corrugated fence with wooden posts. So come along and join us in our adventure and we will put this fence up together. The first thing you want to do is run your strings when you are doing your fence. You want to make sure you have nice straight lines so what I did is I made a nice straight line from the corners of where the fence is going to go. That gives you a good idea of where to dig. Normally you would have the string several inches back before you dig. What I've done is made the string a couple of feet off the ground so that when I dig with my post hole digger I can line it up and dig it out as an angle and push the string back as I dig. The reason I'm doing it this way is that the neighbors have an old decayed fence and I don't ant to mess with taking it out. That is not my fence so I'm going to put my fence as close to that as I can and basically just hide that fence and if they ever want to take that out then that is great. Then they can enjoy the nice fence that I'm going to be putting up. Where the strings meet there just straight down from there and that will be the first hole. Lets get it started. I got my hole done and unfortunately I ran in to water. This is not something you want to have. The water is about 16 inches down. I dug my hole almost two feet down and then filled up to about the 6 inch mark. If I had some gravel I would put some gravel in there. That way the post isn't buried in water because that is definitely going to make the post rot quicker than I wanted to. I have eight foot poles. You want to go about two feet down and have 6 feet up because a typical residential fence is 6 feet tall. We have all of our posts cemented in. Lets have a look. If you notice on a couple of these I used some wood forms to help shape it in. That is because the ground was a little low here and I needed the cement to come above the ground a bit because I can only dig down so deep because of the water table. There you have our nice row of posts. Here is a quick tip. If you live in a cold wet climate then you want to wait longer for the cement to dry. Three days later. The next thing we are going to do is drill our holes in the metal and go ahead and mount the metal to the posts. Here we go. I like to drill my holes while the sheets are laying on the ground. I just put it on the grass and I can drill through easy instead of trying to drill while I'm putting them up. I'm going to go ahead and put my sheet in place and screw it in. What I'm using is these metal lave screws because they have a nice flat under part of the head that gives it alot of space to grip on to the other metal. The way I do it when I'm putting them in is I line up the two sheets of metal. Then I put in just the to[ screw on the next sheet I'm doing that way I can move it and level it. Then I come down to the next post and now since only the one screw is in then I can raise or lower this until I get it level. I'm judging level by the posts which are already level so you can eyeball it to make it in to a nice straight line and then screw it in. If you have soft wood you can start the screw by hand and then use the drill to finish it off. Then put in the rest of the screws. I have all of the bottom panels finished.Since we are at a wet climate I'm just going to put in the bottom sheets at first to wait longer to put more weight on the posts so that the cement can dry out a bit more. I will come back in about a week and put up the rest. I put the wood on the inside because I like to see the contrast of the wood against the metal. You can put the metal sheets on the inside if you prefer. A couple of weeks later. We now have all of the metal sheets on and you can see our whole fence here. I think it can out pretty nice. We have one more step we are going to do. This is a two man job so one person holds it at one end and the other person screws it in at the other. We did a little bit of overlap on all the metal about an inch to make it stronger. We have decided to put two by fours along the seams to make it look nice and also to make the fence stronger. I will pre drill the holes on the 2 x 4 . To do a good angle, you start going straight and then when you get in a little bit you angle it toward the final drill direction. I like to already start the screws before you put the board up so that they will be ll ready to go. Then I do the other side, same thing. Now we will screw in the 2 x 4. You need two people. One person holds one end and the other screws in the other end. We have the main structure of the fence done. Here you go, here is the final fence. Thanks for watching!
Views: 47677 CAmericaProjects.com
Installing time-saving shingles with This Old House general contractor Tom Silva. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiN4GDiIEYY&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_xoUV70ylQstbsgu8-nUta&index=17 How to Cut and Install Fiber-Cement Siding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzCa2Jt1z5E&index=124&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV How to Install Window Casing for Vinyl Siding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4PHRrzAL5A&index=82&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV How to Install Exterior Trim Around a Stone Chimney: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00TA13yENbM&index=163&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV Shopping List for Installing Fiber-Cement Siding: - fiber-cement shingle siding - aluminum Z-channel flashing - 1 1/4-inch roofing nails - wood lath, for bumping out the first siding course - exterior-grade caulk - fiber-cement clapboard siding, used as a filler strip - 1 3/4-inch roofing nails - 1 1/2-inch stainless steel nails - acrylic latex exterior-grade paint Tools for Installing Fiber-Cement Siding: - tape measure - chalk reel - layout square - utility knife - hammer - circular saw - caulk gun 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: 458155 This Old House
Follow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/risingerbuild/ How do you choose between OSB and Plywood Sheathing? In this video I'll give you some recomendations and some tips for building a tight & durable house that will stand for generations. -Matt Risinger Risinger Homes in Austin, TX
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Exterior rigid foam is a great bonus to your house's efficiency, but it's not always straightforward to install. In this video I'll show you how to use standard Anderson 100 Windows and metal flashing to make an interesting modern siding detail. See more details & photo's on my blog post. http://risinger.blogspot.com/2013/02/exterior-rigid-foam-w-modern-hardie.html
Views: 273720 Matt Risinger
Come learn how you can build your own shed! In this video I show how to install LP Smartside lap siding on a shed. This video series will show you step-by-step everything required to build an 8' x 16' shed. Are you going to build a shed too? Mash that subscribe button to follow along! Materials needed: Lap Siding Siding Sealant Exterior rated caulk Siding nails Finish nails Tools required: Saw Tape measure Carpenter's square Hammer or nail gun #LPSmartSide #InstallSiding #DIYShed AmplifyDIY is a channel dedicated to do-it-yourself projects with in-depth tutorials on a wide range of subjects. New videos are published frequently. Want to make sure you don't miss any? Subscribe now! https://www.youtube.com/AmplifyDIY?sub_confirmation=1 Check out the full channel here: https://www.youtube.com/AmplifyDIY Follow builds in real-time on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/amplifydiy/
Views: 97703 AmplifyDIY
Adding window trim with This Old House host Kevin O'Connor and vinyl siding installer, Richard Scalzi. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abTKP95XJeo&index=20&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-UizPmo33kfL3ed8Jmt6Ja How to Replace The Sash Lock on a Vinyl Window: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lDnjprBMYw&index=29&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV How to Install Window Trim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1O3L0RKbuQ&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=103 How to Replace a Rotted Windowsill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8iu9dLrV-E&index=66&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV Shopping List for Installing Window Casing for Vinyl Siding: - vinyl windowsill - end caps - silicone adhesive - vinyl casing, Colonial molding, and J-channel - aluminum coping jig - roofing nails Tools for Installing Window Casing for Vinyl Siding: - drill/driver - tin snips - caulk gun - aviation snips 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: 350602 This Old House
Discover how James Hardie products open up the designer's toolbox giving them modern exterior siding options to create a timeless look utilizing architectural home design. Visit https://www.jameshardiepros.com/ for more information and support.
Views: 355 James Hardie
In this video, Nikki and I finally finish the series building a quality plywood storage shed on a budget! Building this simple budget shed has taught me a lot about how to build a quality structure on a limited budget. In this video, we finish the shed by installing a budget metal roof that I picked up from Southern Surplus a great discount store in my town. The board and batten siding that Nikki and I installed came from Crestview Carpentry the company that I work for and also turned out great. We picked up some nice paint from home depot and put a light grey paint on the board and batton that was both easy and had a great finish.
Views: 33829 Ian Ingram
With over 40 types of exterior siding available on the market today, it can be very difficult to choose the best product to meet your needs. Having worked with many siding products over the last 22 years, we confidently recommend and install Crane's line of vinyl siding products. In addition to the manufacturer's warranty on these products, we provide a 10-year Accident Warranty. If you damage your siding by accident, we will fix it for free for 10 years. If you'd like explore your vinyl siding options further, please contact us for an estimate. Learn about our 3 Step Building Process.
Views: 4940 Baybrook Remodelers, Inc.
For a FREE 7 Day Tiny House Construction ECourse, please click on link: http://tinyhousebuild.com/free-7-day-ecourse/. To look at the plans for hOMe, please visit: http://tinyhousebuild.com/home-plans/ http://tinyhousebuild.com/ presents "How To Install Siding on a Tiny House". This is just one of the 38 chapters in "The How To Guide To Building A Tiny House" 4 DVD, 6.15 hour production.
Views: 81940 Gabriella and Andrew Morrison
Siding Wars: James Hardie® VS LP SmartSide® VS Mastic® Quest (Vinyl) http://www.stormgroupsiding.com http://www.stormgrouproofing.com Did you know there is a siding war going in on in America? There are few companies making claims that there are the best choice, attacking each other and throwing punches at competitors reputation. We have decided to put top three Siding Brands head to head to see who will win overall comparison in ten different test: durability, fire resistance, termite resistance, paint finish, maintenance, overall warranty, cost, installation, and safety. We rated each product and positioned each other per their performance accordingly. In each category each siding product could become number 1, 2, or 3. The less points overall gets you to better overall score. The results? Looks like we have a tie. Both James Hardie and Mastic Quest earned 17 points, and LP got 24 overall. All three products have weaknesses and strong points, but we wanted to rate them from consumer perspective and we think results are where they needs to be. No one scored "1" in each category, and no one got "3" in each. Results are results, and numbers don't lie. The best options on the market are Most popular, cheaper and maintenance free Vinyl Siding as well as more expensive, better looking James Hardie siding. ============================ Storm Group Residential and Commercial Roofing & Siding Contractor http://stormgrouproofing.com http://stormgroupsiding.com ============================ Let's Connect: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stormgroupro... Twitter: https://twitter.com/stormgroupmn Google+: https://plus.google.com/+STORMGROUPEX... ============================ Also, Check our credentials and portfolio: BBB: http://www.bbb.org/minnesota/business... Houzz: http://www.houzz.com/pro/stormgroupro... Guild Quality: http://www.guildquality.com/StormGrou... Porch: https://porch.com/brooklyn-park-mn/ro... Angie's list: http://www.angieslist.com/companylist... ============================ Help us donate the roof: No Roof Left Behind: https://noroofleftbehind.com/program/... ============================ Visit our showroom: http://www.mapquest.com/places/storm-... ============================ About Storm Group Roofing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4Png...
Views: 98837 Storm Group Roofing
When I was shopping for greenhouse roofing material, I thought my options were limited to plastic poly, corrugated clear panels from Home Depot or Lowes, or very expensive twin poly. Working with my roofer we stumbled across a material that has so many pros. It cost $50 for a sheet or 3' X 12'. A metal supply store may call it white skylight material for metal buildings. The product is made by Stabilit who offers other more expensive options as well. This is a medium priced product that is so much more durable than what you get at the hardware store, easier to install and looks pretty good. It provide some deflection of sunlight while defusing the light that comes through. You will have to call Stabilit to find a local supplier, it's probably a place that sells metal, like Mueller metal or etc. That's what they told me when I called them, I couldn't find how to order direct. This is the best link I could find http://www.glasteel.com/en/Brands/76/polylit Shipman Farm Storefront - https://www.amazon.com/shop/shipmanfarm
Views: 294245 Shipman Farm - Home and Garden