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Types of Footings Residential and Commercial Construction
http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by Step Tutorial: This video will show you the different types of foundations that are commonly used in residential and commercial construction. some of these foundations are: Slab on Grade: The most typical type of foundation, consist on a footing that surrounds the perimeter of the structure and is covered by a slab set on grade. Piers: Used to support posts, these are footings for above grade that hold posts for above grade structures like modular buildings, mobile homes, trellises, patio covers and etc. Wall foundation: Used on retaining walls, restraining walls and perimeter walls for modular and above grade buildings. these types of footings are usually built in combination with masonry or brick walls. Columns: These footings are used to support heavy loads that will sit on a single bearing point. for example, support beams, front porches, etc...
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How to Build and setup a Concrete Foundation for Garages, Houses, Room additions, Etc Part 1
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! Website: http://DavidOdellConcrete.com Email: [email protected] Phone: (714)454-7637 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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Building Foundations!
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Expansive Soil's Effects on Your Foundation | RMG Engineers - Geotechnical Engineering in Denver, Co
Visit us at: http://www.rmg-engineers.com/ Jerry's a residential contractor from another area of the country just coming off a nightmare project. But, in a way, he's glad it happened because he learned all about Colorado's biggest underground threat to building foundations. Expansive Clay is a condition that was created over a Million years ago and the unique ways Rocky Mountain Group responds to make this threat to foundations a thing of the past. So, what is "Expansive Clay"? Imagine a dry sponge. It's hard as a brick, and it's tough. Now imagine building a house on it. Good idea? Not EVER...for several reasons. Because if it rains a little on one side of the sponge, the sponge inflates, changes shape and pushes the house around. And if the whole sponge gets wet parts of the house lift up several inches. As it dries, it shrinks in many places causing the house to move even more. And Jerry learned on his recent nightmare project that this is happening in many areas throughout Colorado's Font Range. A condition that has been in the making for over a million years. That means that most foundations don't stand a chance when built directly on the expansive clay in this region. But that's when Jerry discovered the Rocky Mountain Group. The best group Jerry's ever found that will offer a full suite of robust Geotechnical Engineering Solutions to create solid foundations, even on the shifty, spongy nature of expansive clay RMG has 30 long years of experience dealing with these Colorado clays. In addition, they have a unique advantage because they have their own structural engineers on staff who work with their soil engineers to find an effective system for Jerry's project. Rocky Mountain Group begins by getting the lay of the land. They perform a deep geotechnical evaluation and analysis to classify your soil type and the likeliest threat factors. They can do soil testing, geohazard evaluation, slope stability analysis, environment assessment and more. Then, when they know about the threats in the ground around your building, they get to work with one or more of their major solutions that they've identified to place your building on a solid base. There are four general types of deep foundation systems that the engineering teams at Rocky Mountain Group use to provide you a solid and stable base for your building. First, they might use Helical Piers, which are similar to large steel screws twisted into the ground to anchor your foundation. Or they might you Deep Concrete Piers, which use large concrete columns dug deep into the ground and socketed into stable bedrock. RMG also uses Micropiles which are deep foundation elements made with high strength, small diameter steel casing and/or a threaded bar which are designed to be stable even in very highly expansive soils. But, some situations call for Driven Piles. These are relatively long, slender columns that support extremely large loads and installed by impact hammering, vibrating or pushing them into the earth. But, Rocky Mountain Group's robust solution set goes beyond only piles and piers. They're pushing the industry forward with alternative solutions that can treat expansive soil itself so you can use a simpler shallow foundation. For example, they can recommend and Over Dig System or a Sub-Excavation system to replace the nightmarish clay soils with a low expansive soils mix. So, instead of sponge clay you get stable dirt reducing the expansion directly impacting your foundation. Third, the engineers that RMG assigns to Jerry's team can design what's called a Dead Load System there they incorporate a less costly shallow foundation designed to be heavy enough to offset moderate uplift if the expansive clay without the significant expense of removing it. There are many stiffened slab systems they use for low to moderate clays that place your building on one rigid mat of concrete. One of the most innovative solutions in the residential and light commercial industries is Tella Firma Technologies. A unique and innovative foundation system that the engineers at Rocky Mountain Group specialize in for solving the structural problems of expansive clay. It uses high strength lifting mechanisms that lift a post tension structural slab up and away from the harmful effects of expansive soils. This system eliminates slab forms, crawl spaces, adjustable posts, voided walls and best of all it can be adjustable. Rocky Mountain Group helped Jerry turn his nightmare project into a perfect dream. He walked away with a building foundation design that he's confident is intended to remain structurally stable for a long, long time. So, no matter what soil type you've got you can call the geotechnical and structural engineering team at Rocky Mountain Group to make your foundations stand the test of time even in the harshest conditions. Visit us on the web at rmg-engineers.com or call us at (303) 688-9475 or email us at [email protected]
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RCC Foundation and column
Civil engineering 3D animation of a reinforced concrete structure.It shows construction steps and placing of reinforcement in column and foundation. D Sunil www.designofstructuresonline.com
Bearing Capacity Of Soil | Bearing capacity of Different types of soil |
in this Video Lecture you are able to Learn what is Bearing Capacity of Soil and Different types of soil Bearing Capacity. To Read Articles :www.civilglobal.com How to Check Cement quality at Construction site. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Q8Omv54MRYU In This channel You can Learn about Civil Engineering Update Videos which are using generally in civil Engineering. So please subscribe our channel for daily Update Civil Engineering. If you have any questions. Feel free to contact me. My Facebook ID https://web.facebook.com/samiullahsta... Website:www.civilglobal.com Facebook page: https://web.facebook.com/civilenginee... _________________________________________________________________ Quantity of Cement , sand and Aggregate in Concrete. New Video Lecture Billing of Quantity https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&vide... _________________________________________________________________ You Can Watch in this channel: DAE Civil BS Civil Engineering BE Civil Engineering B-Tech Civil (Technology) Quantity Surveying Thanks for watching and supporting Us. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To Subscribe Our channel Click on Red Button and Also Press the Bell Icon ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- thank you
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How to do a foundation for a small extension
In this youtube video I take you through step by step in the setting out, digging, concreting, and laying the first courses of block work up to damp course.
Views: 774965 Chris Longhurst
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Concrete Slab Foundation - Process & Best Practices
www.MattRisinger.com The most common foundation in the South is a Slab On Grade. In this video Matt will give you an overview of the process as well as some Best Practice tips you can use on your #BUILD! Best, Matt Risinger
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How to Read Building Foundations Drawing plans | Column Footings Detail | also X sections detail
Know in this video i am going to show you how we properly read building foundation drawing plans and also i show you how we determine how many bars are going to use(Diameter+Center to Center Distance etc...) So check it out..... Articles Website:- http://www.civilclick.com/ ............................................................................................................... To keep in contact follow me...... Articles Website:- http://www.civilclick.com/ Facebook:- https://web.facebook.com/civilforeyou Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/moid_11/ Google+ :- https://plus.google.com/u/0/106782883854163669962 ===================================================== ==Column Construction Drawing plan reading | How to read structural drawing in Urdu/Hindi Part - 4 video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75Srvv4DKOU&t=228s ==How to study Structural drawings Notes in Urdu/Hindi Part -3 video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxIuj0iH9PQ&t=25s ====================================================== Subscribe the channel click the RED button ===================================================== BS-Civil technology tutorials...B-Tech Civil tutorials. DAE Civil tutorials...Quantity surveying tutorials.....civil designing tutorials.... all available on this platform.... Thanks For supporting or start learning with us!!
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Top 5 Foundation Types Used in Shipping Container Homes and Buildings | BY SHELTERMODE HOMES
Support our Channel on Patreon: www.patreon.com/sheltermode The Top 5 Foundation Types that can be used in any Shipping Container Homes and Buildings. Just like any other building, you need a suitable foundation for your shipping container house project. 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. Stay tuned to find out more as we outline where and how each foundation type can be used. In addition we are highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each type of foundation. The Top 5 Foundation Types that can be used in any Shipping Container Homes and Buildings. Feel free to subscribe to our channel for our weekly videos on shipping container home design. WATCH THIS VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/Tihq33NIv7Q The foundation types include; 1. Pier Foundation 2. Slab/ Raft Foundation 3. Pile Foundation 4. Strip/Trench Foundation 5. Timber Foundation. Did you find our analysis exhaustive and informative enough to help you start your container home project? Or if you have built your own shipping container home, let us know what foundation type you used in your own container project. If you feel we have left out something, kindly let us know by posting in the comments below. If you like the video, give it a thumbs up; and feel free to share it. Remember to SUBSCRIBE to our channel for our WEEKLY VIDEOS on shipping container homes. CONNECT WITH US ONLINE CHECK OUR WEBSITE: http://sheltermode.com. SEND US AN EMAIL: [email protected] FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/sheltermode INBOX & LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: ttp://facebook.com/sheltermode FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sheltermode
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Basement Waterproofing - How To Permanently Waterproof A Basement
How to waterproof a basement and fix groundwater and flooding basements. This is a guaranteed solution to seal and waterproof a basement, without using numerous sump pumps or excavating and removing landscaping. We are the industry leader in foundation waterproofing throughout Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. For more information on foundation stabilization, underpinning and foundation repair, visit http://www.baseco.net
Building a house step by step. Full HD.  6-11 day Bricklaying foundation walls.
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How are Underwater Structures Built?
A quick overview of how we build underwater structures. Get $80 off your first month of Hello Fresh: https://bit.ly/2VGUxzl and use code practical80. Oceans, rivers, and lakes are often beautiful, but they’re not necessarily convenient places to build things. Yet, many types of the infrastructure we depend on every day, including wharves, bridges, and dams, are founded below the water. How do they do it? On today’s episode, we're talking about different types of underwater construction, including cofferdams, diversions, caissons, and drilled shafts. Whether the construction site is on the bottom of a lake or river, or simply located in the floodplain and only at risk during extreme weather, engineers and construction contractors put a significant amount of thought and consideration into the feasibility and costs of managing this water. -Patreon: http://patreon.com/PracticalEngineering -Website: http://practical.engineering Writing/Editing/Production: Grady Hillhouse This video is sponsored by HelloFresh.
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How to Use Rebar
http//www.learningconstruction.com Learn how to set up rebar for a mat foundation, column or a footing. this video shows you step by step the names and different types of rebar members placed on a concrete column and a footing slab.
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Watch This Video Before Pouring A Concrete Foundation – Construction Tips
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/foundations/index.html Click on this link for more videos on construction, building foundations and concrete. Here's a video I wish everyone who ever poured a concrete building foundation would watch at least once before pouring the concrete and then wondering why they had problems that could have been solved with a little information. I see this all the time and will probably see it for years to come, but once the concrete is dry, any excess bulges will probably need to be chipped away with the chipping hammer or jackhammer and this isn't going to be easy.
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Concrete Stem Wall Foundation
Some "odds and ends" shots taken while forming and pouring a residential raised floor foundation, as opposed to a slab on grade. Dave and his sons build residential in California....
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3D Animation of a Reinforced Foundation and Column
Civil engineering 3D Animation of a reinforced concrete structure (2 of 3) It shows the chronological order of the construction phase of a foundation and column. Done as part of a Final Year Project in NUIGalway. Created using AutoCAD, SketchUp & V-Ray
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Building a Concrete Block Foundation - Bob Vila
Bob Vila and contractor John Clancy review construction of a concrete block foundation in Martha's Vineyard, MA. For more on foundations, visit: http:/www.bobvila.com
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How to Square a Building
I use a garage pad in this example but as a carpenter these methods are used on a daily basis. If you are building ANYTHING you should watch this video.
Views: 201956 Kody Horvey
How I square a building (Mike Haduck) footer & block
I show an old school way to square a building, starting with the concrete footer to the beginning of the block work. I use a home made plywood square to get a ballpark idea of square and use it again to double check at the end, All my videos are my ways and Ideas, I always suggest anyone doing any type of work to consult professional help. https://www.amazon.com/shop/mikehaduck
Views: 325396 Mike Haduck Masonry
Basic Setting Out of Buildings
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Bolt Connections - Column Shoes and Anchor Bolts
Demonstration of Peikko Bolt Connection using Peikko's Column Shoes and Anchor Bolts. Learn more at https://www.peikko.com/products/bolted-column-connections/
Views: 798818 Peikko Group
Building an Extension #1 - How to set out
The Extension Project is a brand new series from Skill Builder following the build of a side and rear extension on a semi-detached house. In the first instalment of the series, Roger provides an overview of the project and explains the setting out process. Setting out footings for an extension “It’s very important when you’re building anything that you set things out properly because if you get it wrong at the setting out stage it has implications throughout the job. “In other words, if you start right; you finish right". “It doesn’t matter if you spend a day setting out footings for an extension, this is an investment. “This setting out stage is not the line of the brickwork – that can be done at a later stage using a laser level, this stage of setting out footings for an extension focuses on working out the line of the brickwork – in other words where it is going to be and how far away from the existing building so we can get it in an absolutely straight line. “Start by taking a couple of battons and work out where the extreme edge of the brickwork might be but use something more substantial for the cross piece to avoid rocking because if it rocks even slightly you could throw your brick line off.” “Take the drawing and work out how far away from the building the line needs to be and stick a skrew into the form at this spot. We know that the brickwork is 300mm overall: 100mm for brickwork, 100mm for cavity and another 100mm for brickwork so we can also mark the inside edge of the wall on our cross piece. “Repeat this step at the other end. Run a line in between the skrews at the outer edge of each forms. Then run the inside line; the lines should then be parallel and the same distance off the building – if they are not it is possible the building is not straight in itself. “The next thing we do is mix up some mortar, slap it onto the foundation and take our spirit level, line it up and mark it off at the bottom. “We can then begin to put the corners up on either end of the building and then get the laser level and level through and then run the brickwork between the two corners laying to the line.” =================================================== 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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reading structural drawings 1
A brief tour of a set of structural design drawings for a building from the perspective of a structural engineer. The intent of this video is to provide insight into the way an expert decodes the drawings in order to assist students in developing this skill.
Views: 618555 John Tingerthal
Construction Steps of a House in India
gooseBerry media presents..... This video is about: Step by step Construction of a building in Kerala, India It includes: # Detailed plan like architectural plan, structural plan, sections, drawings of beams, columns, foundations, measurements of rooms. # Model of the house - 3 storeyed building with cellar floor, ground floor and first floor. # Site clearance, uprooting trees, Site clean up, levelling soil, site videos. # Setting out of a building-using centre to centre distance plan, ropes, measuring tapes, cross staff, peg, plumb bob etc # Construction of house foundation: Setting out foundation, Marking of house foundation excavations, Excavation in construction (digging) using JCB, Hitachi 20, transporting vehicles like tipper, Mazda etc., cleaning by workers. # Column Footing construction: Footing with one column, Footing with 2 columns, Footing marking, Footing reinforcement. # Building Material and construction lectures: Cement bags- we used ordinary Portland cement Metal or coarse aggregate = 4 centimeters or one and half inch and 2 cm or three by four inch River sand or washed msand or fine aggregate. Aggregate grades, aggregate consumption. Water added in accordance with water cement ratio... water/cement ratio, w/c ratio # Concrete mixer fixed on the ground, Cement mixing, aggregate mixing, water mixing, mixed uniformly, mixer rotate, mixer unload to below plate sheet, Cement mix ratio. # Sprinkling of water before concrete. # Mix taken by workers using shovels and bowls. # Concrete is placed in excavations for base concrete. # Man enters excavation and spread the mix using hoe, up to the level, jammed well using jammer. # By this base concrete is completed. # The next structure is the reinforced cement concrete structure- RCC. # For that steel rods of different dimensions are arranged. 8 mm diameter tmt steel, 10 mm dia steel, 12 mm dia, 16 mm dia steel rods are used. # Reinforcement learning, Reinforcement detailing, Rcc beams and columns. # Steel cut using steel cutting machine # Steel mat preparation for rcc using 12 mm dia bars # Stirrup making= 8mm dia, steel bending, for connecting pillar steels, use of binding wires –msw, span of frameworks, spacing. # Cement sand paste applied on base concrete, marking above it on intersection of rope. # Points where steel framework rest marked using chalk. # Mat rest upon cover block or stones, Mat fixing. # Piller framework (column framework )= 12 mm dia steel rods with stirrups, with bottom legs. # It is accurately placed in marked points, legs are tied. Rcc is interconnected. # Formworks laid using sheets or woods, nails, hammers. # Verticality of pillar is checked using plumbob, fixed in position. Cross checked. # Concrete of RCC structure =RCC square or rectangular prism + RCC taper or trapezoidal prism 20 Centimetre Rcc square, 35 cm Rcc taper. # Concrete mix is placed, Mechanical vibrator is applied, and it helps in consolidating concrete. And settles firmly. # Levelled. Again concrete poured, uniformly spread using floats and trowels. Rcc completes. # This shape good for proper transmission of load. # Water Curing or watering of concrete – very important step prevents moisture loss, maintaining favourable temperature for hydration to occur in concrete, prevents surface cracking. # A small shoe is constructed above rcc taper. Shutter of the shoe is fixed and is concreted. # After that the formworks of small pillar is fixed and tightened on the shoe. # Small pillar is the pillar between Rcc trapezoid and the Beam belt. # Watered properly, concrete poured, compacted very well using rods. # On next day formwork is removed. # Level ground, soil movement from and to land, soil jammed. # Cement sand paste applied on place of upcoming plinth beam # Plinth beam construction # Steel framework of plinth beam = 3 no. of 16mm dia bar at top, 3 number of 16mm dia @ bottom, stirrups 18cm c/c distance. It is 30cm x21cm beam # It rest on cover block, formwork is made, verticality of formwork checked, watered well, concreted. # Vibration for good settlement, levelled using float. Completes. # laid steels for upcoming pillars and retaining wall. # Woks completed up to plinth beam level. # This House construction video also includes, house construction techniques, buildings structures, house building tips, house building ideas etc. Send your opinions and suggestions to my email id: [email protected] Work in progress will be updated. Thank you.
Views: 1142600 JAGAN JOHNSON
Concrete Footer Part 1
Entire playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLemm4hCbY93OaT_zNJimqgooxtiNAdhFV FREE Quick Start Guide here: http://www.askthebuilder.com/concrete-footer-quick-start-guide/ing a concrete footer in this multi-part series. FREE weekly newsletter at: http://go.askthebuilder.com/NewsletterSignupNow RELATED HELPFUL CONTENT: http://www.askthebuilder.com/step-footing/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/connecting-a-new-foundation-to-an-old-one/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/foundation-footer/
Views: 761893 Ask the Builder
Foundation Repair with Helical Piers and Push Piers
If a structure is built on poor or uncompacted soil, including collapsible soil, it is likely to settle or sink in the future. This video shows how to stabilize and lift a settled or sinking foundation utilizing Push Piers and Helical Piers. Once the piers are installed they are permanently left in place and the foundation is permanently stabilized. For more information on foundation stabilization, underpinning and foundation repair, visit http://www.baseco.net
Load Bearing Wall Framing Basics - Structural Engineering and Home Building Part One
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/engineering/index.html Click on this link if you're interested in a few more of the videos I made on structural engineering, home building and construction. This video will provide you with what I consider to be a simple view of how a load bearing wall works along with a few structural engineering points on home building. The most popular video to date I have made has to do with providing a few tips about load bearing structural walls and this will be the first in a series of related videos to provide more information for do-it-yourselfers as well as professionals. Don't forget to check out some of our other videos and visit our website for more information about construction and remodeling.
Views: 1504010 gregvancom
3-4-5 Method, How to get a perfect right angle when building structures.
How to layout your foundation for building a shed, patio, garage or other structures.
Views: 656709 Paul Ricalde
Building a BuildBlock ICF Basement
This video in the BuildBlock Insulating Concrete Forms Installer Series takes you through a pre-prour review demonstrating wall stacking strategies for your basement or first floor walls. See each step with tips and suggestions for your project. Visit http://buildblock.com for more information.
Views: 192567 BuildBlock ICFs
3D Animation of the construction of a Multi Story Building
Civil engineering 3D Animation of a reinforced concrete structure. It shows the chronological order of the construction phase of a multi story building. This animation was part of my final year thesis in Civil Engineering. It was developed to try and help students have a better concept of the construction phase of a building. The model was done using 3D stuido max and edited using after effects
Views: 814437 James Burke
2011-05-5 - Building a Foundation for a new house
After demolishing the old house, excavating the lot to clear clay, and backfilling with 1' of recycled sand - we are ready to start our foundation for the new house... Here is how we do it! Learn more at http://www.barstowconstruction.com
Views: 955132 Barstow Construction
Wall building advice from stonemason Michael Fearnhead
Michael Fearnhead from Cumbria in the UK showed Peter Varley the basics of drystone double wall building. Read more: http://www.farmersjournal.ie/farmer-know-how-dry-stone-wall-building-211342
Views: 1109805 Irish Farmers Journal
How To Build a Level Shed, tiny houses, barn foundation, platform by Jon Peters
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: 1673394 Jon Peters
Introduction To Components of Building
Watch this video and learn basics of Components of Building
Views: 56153 LearnEngg .com
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: 34162 This Cob House
How to Pour a Concrete Shed Slab! DIY!
In this video we go over how to Pour a easy Beginner concrete Shed Slab. We go take you from start to finish on this job of how we accomplished a 8 x 10 shed slab. We also go over some useful tips when working on a project like this! Hope this was helpful for your next concrete shed pour! Dont forget to LIKE,SHARE,SUBSCRIBE and comment if there are any questions! Thank you for the support! Where to buy My Shirts = https://squareup.com/store/david-odell-2 Follow us on Steemit = https://steemit.com/@odellconcrete/feed Check out our Facebook and give us a Like! https://www.facebook.com/OdellsComple... OdellCompleteConcrete tools: http://amzn.to/2jdxkFc Makita Jack Hammer 70 lbs http://amzn.to/2iiRZbm Makita Jack Hammer 35 lbs http://amzn.to/2jC9RdD MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line MXS66RED 16-Inch by 4-Inch Rounded End Finishing Trowel with Curved DuraSoftHandle http://amzn.to/2im9oLo Marshalltown MTSG52 5 x 2-Inch Margin Trowel with Soft Grip Handle http://amzn.to/2imbz1H MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line MXS66FRD 16-Inch by 4-Inch Fully Rounded Finishing Trowel http://amzn.to/2jC5kYG MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line 14526 16-Inch by 3-1/2-Inch by 3/8-Inch Resin Float http://amzn.to/2jC8pbi Bon 82-507 36-Inch by 5-Inch Round End Spring Steel Fresno Concrete Trowel with Rock N Roll Bracket http://amzn.to/2jBYz9k MARSHALLTOWN 6-Inch by 3-Inch Stainless Steel Edger http://amzn.to/2imdtPG Hilti 03476284 TE7-C 720 W 120-volt Rotary Hammer Drill Deluxe Kit http://amzn.to/2jC7Yxu Ridgid R9600 X4 Hyper 18V Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Drill Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit http://amzn.to/2nnaDkg MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line 16-RKT-N Rock-It Adjustable Bull Float Bracket Donate to Channel https://www.paypal.me/OdellCompleteCo... OdellCompleteConcrete.com [email protected]
Views: 1010140 Odell Complete Concrete
Smart Bricks - A New Way to Build
Kite Bricks is developing a revolutionary product that will change the way we build houses, buildings, bridges and sidewalks. From now on structures will be real thermal, much more stronger and very cheap & fast to build. contact us - [email protected] Smart Brick is a revolutionary brick and the basis of a new construction system covered by issued and pending US patents. The brick is amenable for building houses, buildings, bridges and more.. The block is constructed of high-strength concrete with unique properties that allow for the building of truly ecological structures, with large savings in electricity expenses associated with seasonal heating and cooling. The block allows for faster, cheaper, more precise, and stronger building than is available through traditional building methods. Bricks are designed to be easily joined together, with open internal spaces for insulation and infrastructure elements to be run through the bricks and allow for easy access to these elements. Floors, walls, and ceilings are all constructed by appropriate bricks to allow for facile, solid construction with little mess and significantly reduced construction costs.
Views: 3359556 Kite Bricks
How to Build Deck Footings with QUIKRETE®
This video shows you how to build the base of a deck foundation or concrete deck footing, using QUIKRETE® QUIK-TUBE Building Forms. Successfully construct a solid concrete footing for your deck or other permanent structures, using a QUIK-TUBE® Building Form, QUIKRETE® All-Purpose Gravel and QUIKRETE® 5000. QUIKRETE®. What America Is Made Of.
Views: 5155980 QUIKRETE
Arch 172: Soils and Foundations for Smaller Buildings 2018
Slide show from course, no audio
Views: 154 Terri Boake
How to Build a Shed Foundation
Learn how to build a level shed floor foundation that's sturdy and protected from moisture. Get detailed shed foundation plans here: http://low.es/1UjZ7Rs For more ideas to improve your home, check out Lowe's How-To Library or our other social media channels: Lowe's - http://www.lowes.com/how-to-library Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/lowes Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/lowes Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/lowes Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/loweshomeimprovement Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube: http://bit.ly/1blLmvD or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
Views: 1414294 Lowe's Home Improvement
Building stability on different types of foundation
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Different Types of New Home Foundations - Building Blocks 101
Building Blocks 101 - What type of foundation is best for your new home? Do you want a crawl space, garden level basement, or a walk out basement? There are many factors to consider with your building team. You will view a crawl space foundation and our next steps for this DENVER project.
Views: 30 Audree Grubesic
Burji Method for Excavation and Column Line Marking || Column Layout Method || Footing Line Marking
Quick Learn to this Video.. What is the method of Excavation of Building or House .. What is the method of Line Marking for Excavation and column or footing... What is the method of Column Layout for Basement and Footing Plan.. Setting out of Column on pcc level in Footing Quick learn much and more method to this video and never forgettable also.. Thank You Search any video related to Civil Engineering Purpose and the type "..........by CE&T" Than you get that topic and learn for better knowledge CE&T - Civil Engineering & Technology
ICF Specialist Build a Home in 1 Day
ICF Specialist built a 2200 sq. ft. home in one day with only a 13-man crew. We were able to complete the exterior walls, door, and window frames. The roof and concrete were installed on another day. Why waste your time and money waiting for your home or building to be built by other builders? Benefits for building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Save Up to 70% Energy Costs 10% Lower Insurance Premiums Bullet Proof Increased Security 75% Less Outside Air Infiltration Up to R-40 Wall Insulation Value 10x Stronger Than Wood 3x Quieter Than Wood 4 Hour Fire Rating ICF Specialist Website: https://www.icfspecialist.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/icfspecialistaz/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/icfspecialistaz/ For questions or business, inquiries please call the ICF Office (623) 935-5004 Check out our new time-lapse Video https://youtu.be/Elel6U6IlLY
Views: 1811781 ICFSpecialist