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Neighbors Laughed at the Innovative Building of our Small-House, But then they were Amazed
- Жарияланды 2022 ж. 24 Там.
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*Hello friends. We have started a new series of videos about building a dream workshop. In the first series, we prepared the old garage for restoration, as it will be part of the workshop. And they destroyed the ancient barn to the ground, as it does not fit into the new architecture of our backyard. We hope you enjoy our first video in this series:* kzclip.org/video/2CLIptIcp8g/бейне.html
Fascinating. I wish you could come build my house! One question: is this styrofoam, concrete, and rebar construction?
In Italia manco un pollaio lo puoi costruire così!
While the house itself and the process of building it together is incredible, I just want to say that the fact that you got through the whole process joyfully, dancing, laughing, and working passionately is in itself the most impressive accomplishment! Well done!
Lo más lindo que e visto ❤ que viva el amor
@NanaHan88 that's cool.
@NanaHan88 that's great.
@Stan Leeryno, you See that there are no professional workers. They made a lot if mistakes, see the plasterboards installed crosswise 😂. I am not a handcrafted woman and know things like that.
@WoodandWandCo People do not choose to be negative towards others. What you're seeing when people write that is everything in their life that they did not choose, everything that formed their personality and worldview they did not choose. Nobody chooses to be jaded or narcissistic, just like you didn't choose to project your superiority over them or the need to virtue signal to them. It's okay to stop reacting and start seeing the the people of the world for what they really are, and to become self aware of what made you who you really are. Did you choose it? Nope. You did not and neither did they.
I think a housing crash will happen because all those people who bought homes over asking price, although it was at a low interest rate, they are over their heads. They have no equity if the housing prices continue to go down, and if for whatever reason they cannot afford the house anymore and it goes into foreclosure because even if they try to sell, they will not make any money. I think this will happen to a lot of people especially with the massive layoff predicted for the future and the cost of living rising at a high speed.
Don't worry. Your government promises equity.
@Charlotte Flair I hope that’s when I can buy an apartment when the housing market tanks.
@James Vigor Julie Anne Hoover is the coach that guides me, She has years of financial market experience, you can use something else but for me her strategy works hence my result. She provides entry and exit point for the securities I focus on.
@Charlotte Flair Do you mind sharing info on the adviser who assisted you? been saving for pension since age 18 - company scheme. along the way I hit higher tax, so I added to my company pension with a SIPP (tax benefits) I'm 50 now and would love to grow my finance more aggressively, there are a few cars I still wish to drive, a few mega holidays, etc.
You are right! I have diversified my 450K portfolio across various market with the aid of an investment coach, I have been able to generate a little bit above $830k in net profit across high dividend yield stocks, ETF and bonds.
Making money is an action. Keeping money is a behaviour, but "Growing money is wisdom" I heard this from someone 💯
"sir Richard" 😂🤡🤣
This family clearly has super powers to get through a build like this with the details they've incorporated at every level. Blown away by this level of skill and knowledge of building.
@aceman0000099 So am i, by the 💪blessings of Lord Shiva. *Om Namah Shivay* .🙏
@Mayank Patel bismillah. I have been blessed with health by Allah
@aceman0000099 are u a superhuman or what.? You are more than 200 years old. Wow.
It's not that hard, we've been building houses this detailed for 200 years
Wielki SZACUNEK dla WAS.
Jesteście wspaniałym duetem.
Życzę Wam zdrowia i szczęścia w nowym domu, bo umiejętności i wiedzę, już posiadacie.
This turned out great. I'm not a big fan of how the outside looks but the house itself and the video and just how much fun you looked to have doing this was amazing.
Yep quite ugly exterior, but very practical throughout. Slapping on stucco and doing a bit of detailed painting could add a lot. But kudos to them all round
Maybe they'll throw up some vinyl siding later.
@EkhoTheCat I was thinking about stucco as well.
I was confused by the exterior too. I thought maybe they would go with stucco since that would be easy, low maintenance, and aesthetically pleasing, but I guess the unfinished look works for them. 🤷🏼♀️
Imagine building your own house from foundation to furniture, there's so much skill and hard working involved. And they also look so happy. Amazing video guys, I'm so happy for you, hugs from Brazil!
@Wolfie I have seen the best American houses last only weeks...who builds with wood frame and gyproc in a tornado area? Different strokes to different blokes...but as an architect, I have seen some of the most simple constructions last better than the best made houses. If you venture to Mexico, they have it all worked out too. They only build with basic materials...cement, and build high ceilings, thin columns and heavy roofs in a seismic area, a buildings own worst enemy in a seismic area is its height weight and material construction. ...if you follow the news...it doesn't work out very well for them either. America should be building concrete housing in tornado areas where no seismic action, and Mexico should be building light weight construction in seismic areas with no Tornados. But hey...everyone knows best, right???
I am an Architect and an Engineer, and I built my own 600m2 house from scratch all by myself, as the local work skill in Mexico is not very good. I can tell you, its never all happy, lol. You just take the camera away when you don't feel happy. Too many variables on a job can lead to the changes to feel good. But yes...its hard work...and it takes real dedication and determination to finish and be happy with the result. People always expect better for their own home...why I didn't use local Mexican labor or skilled workers for mine ...they don't really care what the job looks like...as long as you pay them is enough! I wouldn't do it again though, lol! Getting too old!
@Moisés Maxwell Monteiro olha, o Leandro fala um inglês bom, agora você, é melhor estudar mais viu. Fora que foi surprise que veio pentelhar no comentário dele. Então sossega o faxo, tá.
@Leandro Zanardo Surprise, discussão desnecessária! If u wanna talk in english, feel free, se quer falar em português, assim seja, mas não comecem a fazer barraco no vídeo dos outros!
Y’all two are such an inspiration, and an absolute joy to watch. I found myself giggling and chuckling aloud anytime either of you paused [or not] to do a lil’ jig. You are so talented and seem to work so well together. (A literal breath of fresh air when compared to what many would call “content” on social media, or “entertainment” on the boob tube) You can just bet your sweet handy keysters that I’ll be a loyal, and delighted subscriber for all my days.
Thank you most sincerely for an amazing channel. Keep doin’ your thang! ✌🏼😉
The fact that you did this for your parents, not even for yourself speaks volumes what kind of people you are. 😍 All the best for you and yours ❤
Absolutely inspiring watching this. You guys did a great Job and the home looks like a nice place to live in. Well done to both of you. Hard work always pays off, well mostly lol. But this is great and certainly not a waste of time and resources 👍
That's amazing! Possibilities are endless when people work together as you have done. It's a really lovely home and will be perfect as long as the elderly parents don't have mobility problems in the future because stairs can sometimes be quite troublesome for elderly people. Anyway, you couldn't have given a parent a nicer gift. I wish you many blessings in return.🙂
I wanna build my own house in the near future. Y’all make it look so easy 😂, and so joyful
Not only are your construction skills top notch and efficient, but also your videography is fantastic. Well done!
Bro, the foundation is just knee deep considering that the house is a two storey.
Your avatar speaks for you! 😂
You CAN NOT BUILD A HOUSE WITH pur foam and SIPOREX bricks!!!
Siporex is lightweight, porous and very crumbling material used for ISOLATION!
This is a life-threatening disaster with an announcement!
...but it's good enough for you so go for it ✊ but you try to build a bigger one!
Make a video! - you must be a "fantastic top notch videograph" too. 😂😂😂
@ChronosHasFallen those are not bricks.they are called YTONG and they are not heavy at all.they are big bricks of pumise.also they are used for insulation.
@MortenBN1988 lack of reinforced concrete columns and ring beams guaranteeing resistance to compression, which is related to the low load-bearing capacity of the walls. No window lintels. When it comes to combining aerocell blocks, it's somewhat true and somewhat not. There is glue for cell blocks in the form of foam-glue, but the blocks themselves must be adapted to this method. While they used the most ordinary mounting foam.
As one who did a large % of the work on my own home but not as much as this lovely couple I can see that this house was built with a lot of LOVE. Wish them the best. I used ICF here in the states, metal roof and spray foam in the attic. Complete with chocolate Easter Bunny on top of the HVAC unit for fun. He has been there for years.
The actual development of your home doesn't compare with the respect that you show one another . That's going to last a life time
I really can't express how much I enjoyed watching this, it's a lovely home, well done.
this video was brilliant. been back and had a look at some of your others but they weren't in the same style, they were more slideshows, so you have improved hugely at filming / editing in this video. keep it up as it is a much better way of showing off your amazing skills at building!
Yeah man! Fantastic editing! I wonder how many weeks and hours sitting at their computer editing this? I will have to go and look up prev videos from these folks. It is quite a thing to see all the mental/physical skill this couple has.
This is just amazing. The sheer amount of knowledge you guys have is impressive. Throughout the whole video I couldn't stop thinking that if I had to do this for myself I would have no idea how
That's why you study and learn it first. Otherwise...
Obviously the real glue in this project is you two together. Very inspiring.
Vcs são fantásticos.Pois continue assim sempre!
Big doesn't always mean beautiful. This couple have a well built home using every space possible and good quality materials. Well done to you both and congratulations.
Now this is a "building how-to" show that I can appreciate. Showed almost every task and its inherent quirks, to complete explanation...kudos !
"This Old House" and other such programs should take note....it doesn't take 15 shows, 50+ subcontractors, giant cranes and scaffolding, and the oh-so-boring "watch me cut this board or pipe for the next 5 minutes" crappie.
Well done, and with such JOY in doing each task !
As a retired contractor with nearly 50year experience, I saw NOTHING that made me cringe or even questioned the procedures....I AM SO IMPRESSED....KEEP ON COMING UP WITH THE VIDEOS, PLEASE !!!!!
Loved the way you both work together. You just created a personal world. Honestly I first thought you were creating it for yourself 👍
Literally got tears in my eyes at the end. All the hard work that went into this project. So happy for both of you.😊
Amazing results, wow. Even more amazing how everyone worked together so well, especially 'you two'. Amazing amount of work. Cheers!
This was the best time lapse video I ever watched! I wasn’t planning to watch the whole video, but I just couldn’t stop. I am very impressed with this dedicated young couple. They created an efficient and warm home and did some crazy dancing while doing it. Congratulations to all.
@Dave Jones Heated floors are the way to go especially with the marble flooring.
@Nisse You’re boring. 😊
I can't believe this doesn't have more views, or you more followers.
I wish I could be this well adjusted and talented. You two make such an amazing team. I loved how much you laughed together during this process. Bravo🎉
The build looked so freaking awesome, and i truly admire the way you guys were enjoying the work and the process and that it wasnt just something that needs to be done, you guys are actually a creative couple.
I loved watching the building of the home but I really liked the interesting fast paced way you did it all while doing it with dancing, smiles, jumps, twirls. I loved it! A smile like that really pulls me in. And the music was great too. Not a bunch of talking. We just got to watch. Beautiful! You are sooo talented and so many people should be grateful you are out there trying to make other people's lives better. Congratulations!
Wonderful work! I hope all your dreams come true. You two deserve it! Best of luck. :)
Que vídeo massa !! Me lembrei de quando fiz minha casa ...muito trabalho ,mas deu saudades ,sensação fantástica!
Parabéns ao casal !
Hardwood floors and heating floors.. and a complete house for 17,000$? That's crazy!! You two are amazing! Congrats on the project
As an ex residential designer and now construction project manager, I saw many concerning safety and code violations. I commend the owners for their efforts, but I would not recommend people like this to take on a building project.
If this was performed in the USA, the International Building Code IBC would be all over it. Stairs, Joist spans, Footings, etc.
en colombia eso cuesta una casa y mejor aun de ladrillo rojo y concreto
@T.K.9 you know, you can build a house in this way and you can live in it as long as nothing happens to anyone. Personally, as an engineer, I would not sign the acceptance documents, this structure is made in the same way as those that collapsed in Turkey. Don't be offended, but such a thing has no right to pass in a normal European country, you know in this case it's Ukraine and there even cars don't need technical inspections, the country with the greatest corruption.
@andrzej kochman not all buildings specially small houses need "columns" even typical 2 story british house does not have a column. The wall itself is weight bearing.
As for Ring beams, there is a reason why at certain sections there were reinforcement imbedded into the aerated concrete which acts as a ring beam.
There was also no need for window Lintels as again. the aerated concrete which is relatively light also had reinforcing bar imbedded on it.
The aerated concrete on top of the windows where a window lintel would be, got reinforcing bar's on top of it. Which would make it stronger and would act as a window lintel.
It is a simple house, nothing complicated.
It is funny how you all talk big about you need this with your structure etc. etc.
And you neither have a house you own and built yourself nor the skills to make it yourselves.
And when the day comes where you want to make your own house, you probably cannot pay the 17k spent on this house in the video.
I guess that is why people are hating the video and the house being built.
Grow up guys
@Tyler Blouin its pretty safe actually for what it is. You are all brain washed thinking about modern day housing that are over engineered in the first place.
Majority of simple design houses, made and funded by the normal people. not the "super" rich folks have such houses.
So much armchair engineers in this chat thinking they know everything.
Hater's gonna hate lol.
What an amazing video! Congratulations for the new house. It was incredible to watch how different cultures builds houses in different ways. Here in Brazil houses are built different, we have different concerns about temperature and weather. It was very interesting to watch this video and your good sense of humor!
This is amazing work from scratch to the end, what a amazing couple and very clever too, hope to see more like this video. Well done to both 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
Construtores de primeira linha! Parabéns isto é um sonho de consumo 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💯
I have never watched a home being built from the ground up. Absolutely amazing!!👍👍
I'd like to see the heating costs of this in winter compared to a regular house. Seems the foam would be a great R factor. Still not sure of the tensile strength of the walls in winds of over 100 KPH but still love that you had fun through out the process
My grandpa and grandma built their house just like this….my mother and her siblings who were small back then were tiny helpers and she still tells me stories about how fun it was to build everything from ground…that house is still standing strong..with new generation
@chuckdeuces911 they said they had a budget.
Probably more, all wood and natural products.
Idk, a lot of these things are fake. They pretend like they're building it by hand but they only do very small parts on camera and then let professionals or machinery do the real work.
Very inspiring. I was wondering what planning permission/surveying/architect plans were required? Also do you need registered plumbers and electricians to sign off on your work or do you hold these qualifications already?
Que delicia assistir o vídeo, acompanhar do início ao fim, eles são gênios, fizeram tudo, imagina a sensação depois de ver tudo pronto e ficou lindo, que Deus abençoe.
Wow, this was really amazing. I know little of construction and house-building, but I saw an impressive number of skills by yourself and your friends. This place looks fantastic! Great job. Also looked like you and your lady-partner had a whole lot of fun the entire time! Loved the constant smiles and happy booty-dances. =)
Wow! Amazing house and fun to watch it unfold like that in front of our eyes! Love it! Probably harder to do here in the USA due to code restrictions but amazing none the same!
I would have cried before and after building this... I couldn't. I know it looks amazing, and you both are young, I am old. But what hit me is the large furniture and cabinets you used. The house didn't look small at all until you placed all the cabinets/shelves etc inside. Great job.
Building this for your parents was an act of honor and gratitude. God bless you for honoring your parents. P.S. Along with others I found your building and videography skills to be superb.
You don't find it odd that everything is perfectly written, filmed, edited, no bad days? Lol. If they were really being helpful, don't you think they'd include tips on the rough parts they ran into nd how to avoid them? No, that's because they don't want you to think there are any.
That's because they are paid to do this and they practiced a few times before making the video - you people really crack me up that you can't tell the difference between an actual couple and a couple that is paid to do DIY demonstrations.
Really unbelievable. Hard work shared by a couple just to build their house in this wise way. It made me feel indescribable enthusiasm. Nevertheless, the couple seemed to be comfortable, smiling and having fun in front of a great responsibility and a very accurate experience 😮 I loved soooo much ❤️ ( Sharif from Iraq ) 😊
You've made it look so easy! I'm inspired. Just love the staircase 💕
Your home is nice, but the most beautiful part about it is that you two did it with your own hands. And that's what makes it AMAZING!!!
Many blessings to you and your family.
❤ love it, it's so awesome to see someone actually build a little house
You guys make things look so easy! I know it’s not, but you present it in a way that makes me think, ‘I could do that.’ Probably not.
Mama, when did Ben Franklin invent electricity?
Not going to lie, I think the most impressive part of this to me was y'all mudding your own walls and ceiling. That is not easy to get right and you seem to have done a great job.
Edit: Not to mention laying your own large tile floors and all the bathroom work. This video gets progressively more impressive the longer you watch.
@Aaron Yes, actually. They did tape the seams. They used the fiber mesh tape. Just because we use paper tape on joints does not mean it's the best choice. Paper is what 'Mericans been using since the 1930's. It is what we had that worked.
Heck, they used styro-crete blocks for exterior walls and foamed them together. No fear of termites eating their accomplishments from the ground up. Mind blown yet?
They also performed every trade, did a great job, and we happy!!! Must not be grouchy, spoiled US kids.
IMO they rocked it!
@Aaron yes they did, they used glue and mesh. you must have missed it
It's obvious they are in the construction field.
@Alejandro c Cracks form at the joints.
Bela construção! Acredito que o entusiasmo do casal e União e óbvio, a persistência foi talvez o que mais chamou a atenção! Parabéns pelo feito!
Great build. I am a little bit concerned about the (apparently) unprotected copper piping in direct contact with concrete (or is it) floorpad. Isn't this a recipe for corrosion / underfloor leaks?
Add the wiring to that. All the wire splicing is going to do is start a housefire at some point.
You guys did an amazing job. I would redesign the Hot water heater in the bathroom to another location along with the clothes washer/dryer. Adding a separate room for that would be easy in the design stages since you are building it from ground up.
Agree. Laundry downstairs incorporating the toilet would have been better for gran hanging clothes out in sunshine.. And rendered outside would have finished it perfect. That's the only 2 points that let it down. Fantastic job.
Nothing beats this, building together own home. ❣️
Não sei como vim parar nesse vídeo , mas confesso que fiquei maravilhada ❤🇧🇷
Before I die I want to build my own structure. It can be a tiny home, shed, art studio, whatever. I just want to build a building from scratch. This was cool. 👏🏾 Side note: I absolutely loved the construction of that door with the insulation inside. This was really amazing. You guys did what generally would take about 10 different subcontractors to accomplish. A lot of money was saved here. Lol
@Adam Davis hey what's up Adam I'm Jay from NC and you
Ora et labora 😁
Build it and talk about it brother. We will listen!
Just build something and don't talk about it. Concieve, believe and achieve. You only live once.
Amazing work! Congratulations for the great job done and for the edition of this wonderful video. I hope you guys keep doing this
Love it and building it together is more important and bringing it all together as a family is just amazing.
Too freaking cool. This makes me want to build a house. I've always been good at building stuff but actual houses/sheds/buildings have never been my strong suit. But I live in a house that my dad built when he was a 21 year old alcoholic - with the help of his dad, grandpa and brothers. It's not in the best shape anymore but it's still standing nearly 40 years later. They were on such a strict budget - I think my dad made like $100 a week back then and the insulation was recovered from a demolished house and the lumber was like uneven #3 throw-away stuff from someone's small personal sawmill. But he did a pretty damn good job with the tools and materials he had. We moved out of here into a new, professionally built house when I was 8 but I moved back in when I was in my 20's. I did a lot of repairs and fixing up when I first moved in - flooring, plumbing, electrical, drywall, painting, etc. - and that's where I learned to do most of the home renovation stuff I know how to do.
It makes me feel better to know that you are there taking care of your elderly. My hats off to you.
How cool is this! Super impressive and whilst it no doubt was a lot of work this certainly is encouraging for others who would like to try something out the box like this. Incredible and thanks for sharing!
I don’t know if you know it or not but this unconventional house is amazing . Especially the fact that you worked together from start to finish. My wife and I have been working on this old house we live in for 30 years. The house was built in 61 and we have renovated it all ourselves. Now our daughter has started on a house ( her great grandparents old dog trot) and we are teach/helping her. Our son is next. Just know that you are an inspiration to a lot of people.
Your family is blessed to have someone to teach them how to build a house.
Wow, I've made extensions, rewired and plumbed a house, put in floors and roofs, but they made it look so easy. Inspiring job. Good on ya
Jesteście GENIALNI 👍👍👍 gratuluje umiejętności.
ABSOLUTELY knocked out at the meticulous planning that produced the best building video I've ever seen! Fantastic job!
Прекрасная визуализация моей личной мечты! Ребята, авторы, - вы великолепны! Вам удалось передать прекрасную атмосферу процесса строительства вашего дома! 🇺🇦
What a spot on perfect job down to the smallest detail. I am curious how the cost of building the house would compare to buying an excising home.? I love how you put fun into the building instead of it being a daily labor project, my wife and I can not move the couch with out a near marriage ending argument lol. Strictly as a compliment, you have a beautiful and very talented wife :)
I was always impressed that my uncle was able to basically build a mansion for his family many years back. Did literally everything himself and with his team of workers who worked for his construction company. Electric, plumbing, masonry, wood work, everything. They really didn’t count on how much it would cost to live in a giant house like that though, so they quickly sold it. It was very nice. Very big.
@Edith Flood that was better than I could have summed it up. Lol
Okay, building a mansion with some carpentry workers is impressive. Doing all the electric and water on your own is impressive. I struggle with a small repair like reinstalling gutters on a garage. Sometimes I wonder just why living costs are higher in big houses. Local council rates are higher if the land area is larger. Electricity should be the same. Water usage should be the same. Water usage for the grounds and gardens will be higher unless one has a working bore or stream to draw from. Things like a swimming pool take money. Paving (asphalt) repairs for roads and tennis courts are an expense. Roofing repairs will be higher. Heating and cooling by central air conditioning will cost more unless there is a separate split inverter system for each room. What did I miss Misterrorshach?
Oh wow!!! He built a house himself and all he required was a construction crew! What a champ.
@nico schroeder that’s why it was included in the post. He did everything himself with his CONSTRUCTION company. They built cabinets and decks and stuff like that. Not plumbing, electric, or any of the other things he did on his own and with the help of a few employees. If you don’t think this is impressive sure.
OMG! what have you done here Mr.. so nice, looks like perfectly built and so well designed. salute at your creativity, commitment and skill. It is really worth waiting
i don't know how hot or cold it get where you are at, but that is one of the best insulated houses i've ever seen built. very nice work, i bet parents are proud
isso que é mulher companheira em tudo 😍 parabéns pela linda casa e ao casal !
Muito linda a casa!! Queria muito uma dessa para mim😊
Absolutely amazing, you guys are surely talented, wish you all the best in your new home 😊
This was a fascinating video.
As a serious “do it yourself” home owner in California , I’m familiar with building practices in the US, so I was amazed at both the similarities and the differences in materials, techniques, and tools used. I was thrown off by the “weird” hammers I saw until I realized that very few nails were used in the construction, so the lack of a ”claw” on the back of the hammer was no big deal. The thermal fusing of the plumbing fittings was new and different, and watching the inside of the exterior walls being notched, carved, and then mortared for the electrical was very strange (but cool). Just when I thought there would be NO familiar materials used, good ol’ lumber, fiberglass insulation, and wallboard showed up.
I was initially put off by how much of the “utilities” were run out in the open, but then the cabinets went in, and I could see how clever the design for hiding the utilities was. It certainly makes installation (and I suspect maintenance) much easier. The combination of utility and bath spaces is strange to my “eye”, but I know that’s a very common European practice.
Many, MANY, congratulations on a beautiful and comfortable home!
@Tyler Blouin It's typical European construction. My first house in Germany was built exactly like this one. There's nothing shoddy about it! The blocks the built of include the insulation, as do the windows.
isnt states houses made of wood ?
Half the "building techniques" used here are shotty as hell. Where's the insulation? :)
@Looper you good
I hope to God you are not building anything
I'm not so amazed by the process as I am amazed that people have this many friends willing to help them build something. That is the real miracle.
Beautiful home all for $19,000! Wow, you guys did an amazing job!
Oh if only we had more couples like you two, our housing problems would be cut in half. To do all of it from scratch amazed me. Well done to you both. It was fun watching it too.😊
You have impressed me again! Amazing job guys and it looks like you had fun doing it too.
How the hell did you learn how to do all those steps to make such a sturdy well-built home!!!!!! Geez, you know how to do everything…..Amazing job!!!!!! What a project!!!!!!! God bless all your helpers too!!!!!!! 👍🏻👍🏻👵🏻 p.s.-Is everything up to code 😂😂😂
Wow. Super impressed by massive skills. Plus working together for so long just shows how committed to each other you are. I wish I had even a tenth of those skills. I think everyone should be taught how to build their own homes. My parents built their own house and it made their relationship even stronger. Kudos to you both. Looking forward to your next adventure!
@MrCoffeephil 17 grand. Not sure how long it took. Minus Labor.
How much did it cost? How long did it take you guys.
Que linda ficou e que empenho até o final da construção parabéns 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Well done guys. Enjoy your new perfectly built house. You deserve it 👍 🏡
What country region are you in? I'm curious if you had to apply for any permits or pass any inspections? Where I live, I think there are restrictions or permitting processes required for structures above 18.5sq meters.
p.s. the way you embedded the rebar in the blocks is super genius!!
The styrofoam plastic blocks
Absolutely fantastic. I hope you enjoy your house and each other. It is a very cool build
Respect! What a great way to spend time together too. There is some life left in this world. Thanks guys for doing your share to improve things.
I love how the outside looks deceivingly basic, but the inside is modern, well-rounded and amazing! Y'all are amazing!
@rubthesleep Define to me what constitutes a nice-looking property. Whatever you say is a subjective opinion that has been manipulated by the developers who sell you their homes. Honestly, as someone who studied Architecture, I would appreciate the minimalism and simplicity of this house exterior compared to the pastiche crap McMansions that westerners have been brainwashed into thinking are 'gorgeous'.
Honesty over tacky any day of the week.
Y’all maybe the outside doesn’t matter as much where they are from just because in the United States this is a big thing doesn’t mean it is everywhere else. It’s a simple home in the country, I doubt the neighbours care as long as they are nice people living there. Plus what they used seemed to be good for weather conditions.
@Shadows xD145 because in America if your property looks like garbage it brings down all the neighbours values and ruins your ability to sit outside and not have a giant outhouse to look at. They made a video to post online so usually you do this once something is complete unless there says part two or tbc. Also you're saying college (uni) is free and you're all poor still? Uhhh
no way americans are so dramatic about everything. Why do "y'all" care so much about peoples business? Wow the outside is unfinished , maybe the couple need a pause after this hard work you know?Or they run out of money. The outside finish is the easiest in this project. Enjoy the work. We dont have as much money as you , americans. At least we can send our children to university for free 🥰
@Phil Woodall feel so bad for the neighbours. I don't know why you would build your own house and make it so ugly haha they need to put vibes on it or something it's such an eyesore
It looks like an abandoned squatters home from the outside 😂
It was so uplifting to see you laugh, dance and have fun together. You are such a great couple. I hope you are still doing well. I looked up your channel info and have seen that you live or used to live in Ukraine.... I sincerely hope you and your family are doing okay. Big hugs to you all! 🥰
How on earth could someone be master of everything! Electrical, Mechanical, Carpentry, Flooring..... you are incredible!
Em que pais esta construção foi realizada? Seria muito bacana se tivéssemos estes custos aqui no Brasil.
I think it would be helpful to the viewer if, previous to the start of a given task shown, there was a flash title page: sump, plumbing, insulation, roof, putting in the breaker panes, etc. - to set the stage for what the viewer, who might not be familiar with building a house, to know what is to come. That would expand your general audience, and make the video more comprehensible as an entertainment video to uninitiated builders. I hope that everyone who lives in the house appreciates the hard work that you put into it.
The MOST entertaining video I have ever seen ! They really know their stuff too ! I've renovated and done additions to a number of homes but never seen this done before. Well done !!
This is going to inspire hoards of new builders. I can't believe the knowledge and skills in every single aspect of construction! Most people make careers out of just one of the skills these two appear to have mastered.
@Hellsong89 im an electrician and honestly i agree. This would be fine for like... a shed. If you left some gaps for airflow to reduce mold. And the wiring? You said it all for me already lol this is a deathtrap
HOPE NOT!.. Well inspire yeah sure, but amount of skill and knowledge that goes into building a house is massive. Anyone can slap together building with roof on it, but just like with this its the design choices well as knowledge what you are doing and material choices that will make it ether 5-10-20-30 or hundred year building.
Due design failures will be demolished in 10 years, or sold to some poor bastard that destroy their health with mold infested disaster they call house and cant afford to repair or buy any other house. Also their possessions need to be burned since mold spores will get everywhere. All cause roof lip was made too short and exterior siding was never installed, allowing the rain water to permeate into the structure.
Furthermore i really have never understood who ever would make a house from materials you can simply carve your self trough the wall. Having doors and locks really do not make sense at that point, when door can be just pulled out with its frame, specially since they didnt install any adjustment screws so you get in with hammer to remove mortal around the door and then bread knife to cut the urethane. Anyone taking cover from artillery strike will be rather annoyed when stone house lets shrapnel trough the wall, trough them, then out from the another wall and same thing with bullets.
They seem to be located in Ukraine that has massive issue with corruption so its not a shocker that PVC melting setup is allowed for residential freshwater system. Fumes there alone would kill braincells and more toxins will be released over time to water. Use ether copper or PEG piping for clean water, PVC is fine for sewer. Wiring goes against code being just buried in the wall let alone having connections like that...wtf is even this?! Screwing floor paneling and still using construction adhesive to glue it. If floor creeks when you walk on it, it was built wrong or frame is not secured. Gluing it down wont fix the issue, but make it worse. 13:11 Yeah that is the result of going at the floor panels with a fucking angle grinder.. no wonder they wont show but a second the result.
Yeah no, fuck no! If you want to be inspired sure be inspired but this is not how you build a house. Only a death traps in some many ways ffs.
What a skilled man! lucky lady, nice tea!
@Anthony O'Bryan damn than you’d be impressed by me lol. I do this for a living with my granddad. Building houses from start to finish and remodeling existing ones which I’d say is harder
Very impressed with all the skills, energy and attitude on display here. Bravo!
The videography is amazing!!! This was such a joy to watch!! You guys give me hope for the future!!! Bravo!!! Thanks for this incredible video!!!
Thinking that this IS PURELY HATD WORK AND TEAM WORK makes this house incredibly special and awesome! Great job you did here and I am impressed!
I love the string method to keep the insulation up there before the ceiling is put on.... what a FANTASTIC project!
Great job! Nice house and it's probably energy efficient 👍😁
Wow! I almost expected to see you making your own nails! Everything from plumbing to carpentry to all the electical work! What a team. Also amazing video work :) Thanks so much for sharing, you're an inspiration
@Orvil Well there’s that eh? 😏😅
That's because they are paid to do this and to demonstrate DIY projects, lol. You people are hilarious. You're watching a commercial.
I was thinking, these are Masterbuilders. I would think you do this for a career in building. You even made your own roof trusses. I know you'll love the heated floors. Perhaps an update on your progress, and future builds.
It is tremendous engineering to weaken the wooden beam at the points where the shear force is greatest. Perfect job asdfsadfasdf
The masonry, electric fitting, plumbing, carpentry, painting, that's a lot of skill set put together, and that's what amaze the most...extraordinary hard work that was really worth it. Beautiful house