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Lakefront Shipping Container Tiny Home Build (with costs)

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 24 Нау.

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  • Montano
    Montano Ай бұрын +9

    Great project! Im a landscape contractor in San Francisco California and we're always demoing and throwing away so much good material, it makes me feel so guilty. I've been thinking for a while to recycle all that and use it, sell it or even give it away to people doing these kind of creative projects. I will be reaching out to people like you soon to talk more and invite you over to see what we can build together. Hitting the subscribe button now.
    Thanks for sharing, this is inspiring!

    • V T
      V T Ай бұрын

      Pls share ur contact would like material I'm doing a project like this

  • Když holky staví
    Když holky staví 7 ай бұрын +11

    That is beautiful. Whenever I'm wondering how to proceed with our container tiny house, if we're doing it right, I look for videos of how others are doing it and this video is just cool. Beautifully. It gives me the strength to keep going and not worry about whether everything is perfect. You are awesome. Thank you.

  • Thu Dang
    Thu Dang 3 ай бұрын +2

    This is great! I also like the look of the interior - the reclaimed wood makes it almost look like it's an old wood shed - especially from the inside! Good work! Thanks for sharing. =)

  • Falcon Concepts
    Falcon Concepts Ай бұрын

    Awesome build! Love the honesty and how you included some of the pitfalls along with showcasing what a can-do attitude can achieve. Thank you for sharing.

  • Lo Malinke
    Lo Malinke 4 ай бұрын +4

    Love shipping, love containers. So, this is the perfect project. Nice to see someone who does NOT know everything beforehand. I watch a lot of this stuff and started to question my existence.

  • Rebekka D.
    Rebekka D. 2 ай бұрын +4

    You explain everything so clearly and concisely. This was enjoyable to watch.

  • Into Fly Fishing
    Into Fly Fishing Ай бұрын

    Hey cool video! Thanks for the full breakdown. I might've missed it but did you mention anything about the foundation? Are concrete blocks all you need for a container house of this size? Aside from the potential permits needed... Do you know at what size you'd have to start digging and doing that whole headache of foundation from a purely structural stability standpoint?

  • Raymond Nicola Jr.
    Raymond Nicola Jr. 6 ай бұрын +6

    not my first choice of the materials, but a very nice job. Shows that you take a lot of thought in this project. Excellent job.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын +1

      LOL, ya I think the inside may be redone someday

  • pashminagal
    pashminagal Ай бұрын

    I've thought a lot about insulation for a shipping container.
    I know part of the reason to build in a container is the obvious aesthetic of the container itself.
    I'd like to retire to Mexico and insulation would be key not to cook inside it once it is done.
    If you were to put some framing on the outside of the container using the full 4 or 6 inch depth,
    you could use a spray foam to insulate it from the outside. This would allow you to use the
    small framing on the inside to keep as much inside space as possible. Then the space in the inside framing could be used for all the electrical and piping. Another option is to find a 10' wide container.
    Just a thought! Thanks for sharing your experience!

  • Rocky
    Rocky Ай бұрын

    While still watching this, I had a thought, would it be beneficial to design those installed windows with some kind of shock absorbing material and/or covers to close them off so that the entire build can be moved without them breaking? Since it is a shipping container, it is already designed to be transported. I feel like utilizing this built in feature of the container, into the build could open up possibilities for the owner for future changes in their life like moving. Just a thought.

  • Adventure Ready Off Grid
    Adventure Ready Off Grid 3 ай бұрын +1

    New Subscriber.......
    Very cool build, great narration and just enough details...... cost of build is very helpful and what everybody else seems to always leave out on youtube
    Those salvage materials would be amazing to find these days, with the big box store prices being through the roof! I started buying and selling shipping containers 6 months back and i can't believe what i pay for them and even crazier what they go for once you tow them inland away from any port! We will be building out our 40 acre off-grid property with shipping containers, shipping containers and more shipping containers......

  • El Mono
    El Mono 5 ай бұрын +4

    Nice work ! Few details, if I may.... Next time use 7" worm drive carpenter's Skill saw with metal blade to cut through the wall of the container. It cuts as easy as cutting through wood. Faster and you end up with straight cut. Also, steel-clad pre-hung double door at HD run about $600.00 (by Masonite). You save your self so much time and energy installing them. Even if you have to pay $1K for the door as you mentioned - still, absolutely worth it. As far as wall insulation, I would use spray foam insulation for such a narrow wall. Close Cell foam insulation gives you about R-6 per inch of Thermal Protection. So with the perforations in the walls, you could get R-9 to R-13 of Thermal value out of it. Lastly, have you consider metal studs for framing? You can get them in 2 1/2" and they are very sturdy, as well as they will give you more space for insulation. Keep it up !

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  5 ай бұрын +1

      Thank you! Awesome comment. I just tried a metal skilsaw blade without much luck but let me go back to it…it’s funny, I was just working on a vid saying I’ve about had it with salvage doors. Too much work. And I think I’m in the spray foam game from here on out.

  • MsNevadakid
    MsNevadakid 5 ай бұрын +2

    looks great brother! i just finished my barn build ( tho 20 footers) 9500 painted and delivered ,crazy, 20 x 20 wood build in the middle w/18 ft. peak monitor barn style what a challenge and i loved the build .. always checking out other builders projects.. ...happy trails always....

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  5 ай бұрын

      That’s awesome! I love those types of builds

  • Sarah Tyster
    Sarah Tyster 3 ай бұрын +1

    I love the reclaimed wood interior. the genuine quality it has.

  • Todd Landry
    Todd Landry 2 ай бұрын

    I used a rubber wheel decal remover on my drill to remove a logo off my utility trailer. Worked great.

  • randombanana
    randombanana 29 күн бұрын

    Cool build. The fun wears off quick when you're tearing apart fence panels and sanding off decades of paint!

  • Bill Green
    Bill Green Ай бұрын

    I used an electric sander, like you show in the video, to strip the paint from my school bus. For the heavier paint areas like the stickers you show, I just used a heavier grit sandpaper.

  • Philip Morehouse
    Philip Morehouse 10 ай бұрын +3

    First-time viewer - really a great job. You may already be doing this - I use Habitat for Humanity and other charity support stores to stock up on building supplies - which saved me thousands of dollars. Again, a nice job of videoing and I like how you explain things are you go along working. Thanks for going the extra mile.

    • Caryn Dalton
      Caryn Dalton 6 ай бұрын

      @The Coyote Lab forgot to mention I am also a first time viewer. Howdy from Ohio!! Looking forward to following your progress! 🙂

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын +1

      @Caryn Dalton yes, big fan of Orr Reed here in Dallas!

    • Caryn Dalton
      Caryn Dalton 6 ай бұрын +1

      @The Coyote Lab just wanted to add that besides Habitat for Humanity's ReStore there are also architecture salvage stores. A lot of times they reclaim materials that are in old buildings and houses that are being torn down. If I knew where you are located, I could research where one is near you. Good luck!

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  9 ай бұрын

      @Philip Morehouse I’m on it! Thanks!!

    • Philip Morehouse
      Philip Morehouse 9 ай бұрын +2

      @The Coyote Lab Doors, windows, toilets - you name it they have it. Also electrical supplies and boxes of nails, something that I had not thought of when first buying materials to use in my "tiny home". Oh, they also sell paint.... for a couple of dollars a can. The bigger the Habitat store the more things you will find.

  • No seed left behind
    No seed left behind 5 ай бұрын +1

    I've been enjoying this build. I can't wait to start our build.

  • Rosalyn Sookoo
    Rosalyn Sookoo 9 ай бұрын +3

    First time viewer,just loved how so real you were totally enjoyed it I too is in the process of doing my build an also looking for salvage materials needed to see all you ups and downs thanks for sharing 👏

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  9 ай бұрын

      Fantastic! Let me know how your build goes!

  • Tami Weber
    Tami Weber 9 ай бұрын +2

    Fantastic build 💯 and great location on the lake. The sofa on the boat 😂 brought back memories of me moving things 😂 Great video, thank you for sharing 💯💜🌟💜💯

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  9 ай бұрын

      Thanks tami! I only have one bad memory out at the lake, and it’s of moving that sofa 🤣

  • Carlos Lima
    Carlos Lima Ай бұрын

    Excelente projeto.

  • Hapaboy65 M
    Hapaboy65 M 10 ай бұрын +3

    honestly one of the best diy video for a container build, thanks

  • Team Fawzan
    Team Fawzan 6 ай бұрын +1

    Nice work! I had a question for you. Do you foresee any rusting issue? I live in a colder climate and it snows here

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын

      I don’t think so…it’s hot and dry here so I think I should be good. I did have another container rust on the roof, so I definitely advise painting the roof with elastomeric

  • FlawdaNative
    FlawdaNative 5 ай бұрын

    So, Nice... Love the natural wood color and the long window. You've got good taste and great ideas! Subscribed. 🦋

  • Michael O'Leary
    Michael O'Leary 5 ай бұрын

    thanks for putting that cost breakdown up towards the end it really motivates me to want to fullfill my container dreams lol also subscribed

  • Roberto Rivera
    Roberto Rivera 5 ай бұрын +1

    Kudos to your wife for keeping the wood natural. New subscriber.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  5 ай бұрын +1

      Uh oh you won’t like an upcoming video haha

  • ocwronski
    ocwronski Ай бұрын

    Nice work, thanks for the video. Hopefully soon I can do that same project.. great info

  • HelloDarren
    HelloDarren 10 ай бұрын

    really enjoyed this, thanks for sharing. looking forward to more container content!

  • Guillermo Salazar
    Guillermo Salazar Ай бұрын

    Felicidades por este proyecto. Congratulations for the Project Home containers...

  • Liudas St
    Liudas St 5 ай бұрын

    Hello, you had an issue with door frame because you was doing it wrong. You need to remove doors from frame, completely and perfectly straight attach the side of the door frame with door hinge, attach one top point of opposite side of the door frame, only then install doors, align the doors and finish attaching opposite side of the door frame. Everything else is quite well done.

  • yeahman1756
    yeahman1756 5 ай бұрын

    Nice i thought to build the same way like yours as well, but with more a contemporary black window frames and a bifold glass door as a man cave hang out spot for the boys with a big enough deck and firepit in my back yard..

  • jimmy graham
    jimmy graham 10 ай бұрын

    First time watching your channel. Love the reclaimed wood and all the different colors.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  10 ай бұрын

      Welcome, and thank you so much for your supportive comment! Take care!

  • David Fowler
    David Fowler 6 ай бұрын

    Thanks for your videos. helpful. Question: Have you been able to find a company offering home owners insurance?

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын

      David, good question. My neighbors have. I heard it got harder to get fire insurance this summer with sever drought and lots of fires. I haven’t looked into it but I might.

  • Abd Fa
    Abd Fa 8 ай бұрын

    Man , you do a good job, keep adding more videos

  • John Wallace
    John Wallace 10 ай бұрын

    Looks awesome! It drives me nuts that a 20' isn't half of a 40' container in cost!

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  10 ай бұрын

      Thanks John! So true… turns out they are worth about the same if you sell one too low and buy another one too high hahaha…

  • Vicky Dittfield
    Vicky Dittfield 5 ай бұрын

    So impressive. My dream of doing what you do will Never happen. I’m so happy for those who Can & Do ❣️.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  5 ай бұрын +1

      I’m sorry to hear that Vicky! I certainly have those kinda dreams too.

  • Mary Norton
    Mary Norton 6 ай бұрын

    look forward to part two at lake second story or deck!

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын

      Thanks Mary. Finished those projects recently and working on vids!!

  • XXL Albatross
    XXL Albatross 26 күн бұрын

    I am a new follower of your channel.
    I also want to do something like this. There is one thing I am afraid of. Can something that has been transported in this container when it used make a person sick afterwards?
    Greetings from Sweden

  • Terry mckenna
    Terry mckenna 3 ай бұрын

    Great build 👍

  • Brett Lochrie
    Brett Lochrie 3 ай бұрын

    Great vid. helps look at the stuff that's commonly assumed by video makers.

  • Kevin Egan
    Kevin Egan 23 күн бұрын

    Excellent work!

  • lighttbearer
    lighttbearer 10 ай бұрын +2

    Keep building and posting. I want you to build me a shipping container home in NJ soon! 😀

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  10 ай бұрын +1

      Heck ya. I hope to keep building in new and different places. Thanks for the support!

  • Dr Healthy Living
    Dr Healthy Living 6 ай бұрын

    Great job my friend, excellent explanation

  • Adaline Lathrop
    Adaline Lathrop 8 ай бұрын

    You did a great job!
    I want to let you know I don’t mean this in a judgmental way at all, but you aren’t supposed use that type of insulation in a container, because since there is a gap in between it and the metal walls, condensation will form and mold your interior siding. The best insulation to use is small cell spray foam insulation because that closes any gap between the wall and your siding/drywall.
    I would just keep an eye out for mold. Again I don’t mean this in a judgey, just looking out for your safety and eventually your wallet.

    • Adaline Lathrop
      Adaline Lathrop 8 ай бұрын

      @The Coyote Lab 😊! I know it’s wild! We had no idea, until our walls got all moldy and rotted. Luckily our container was basically a “she shed”, art studio type of space and it was only a 10 ft container, but it was still a mess having to redo it. For reference, it started molding about 2 years after we made it. I wish you the bestest of luck!!! 😊

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  8 ай бұрын +1

      Thank you!! Great comment, i really appreciate it. It’s crazy that containers “sweat”…cell spray was out of budget, so we’ll see how things go with this stuff. I’ll certainly be keeping an eye out.

  • Mary Norton
    Mary Norton 6 ай бұрын

    i was glad you actually posted the break in 's My Rv was broken intio 11 times i n 4 months!! I work and I am disabled vet from uS air Force I get the taking the home to find peace I grew up in rual l foot hiils of Northern New Jersey...I loved the couch on boat this was so cute and funny i am so glad it made it across lake!! I hope you find peace at your home bliss or sloace is something money is better than, "to wake to the sounds of birds is so lovely." I am trying one day to retire to West Virginia..I also like Colorado. There is a calm the forest and lakes put in my soul like the beach irreplacable... nature can heal some...

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын

      Umm that’s Twice a week! That’s completely insane. “To wake to the sounds…” oh yeah. I am partial to the coyotes as you might expect.

  • Julie Henderson
    Julie Henderson 2 ай бұрын

    Great job! 👍

  • Eddie Coffey
    Eddie Coffey 9 күн бұрын

    Container prices are slowly coming back down, I know I called a depot last year and around Columbus ohio was 2900 pickup price so been 3500 to 4k delivered depending how far you are away. Pickup is around 2k now but delivered 2500 to 3000

  • tranquilychaotic75
    tranquilychaotic75 3 ай бұрын

    There is a chemical that removes stickers. Toxic but it works. Also there are various methods of water blasting that will take them off too.

  • DangerCloseGaming BF2
    DangerCloseGaming BF2 3 ай бұрын

    Very nice, dude. Looks great.

  • Dan Taylor
    Dan Taylor 4 ай бұрын

    I side gives a wood cabin feel for real nice work

  • Javier Aranda
    Javier Aranda 2 ай бұрын

    Your work is amazing. You should start a small outfit I'm sure you would get alot of orders

  • Everyday Gains
    Everyday Gains 26 күн бұрын

    Can you use 2 by 4 to connect the windows instead of metal

  • Mel Deweese
    Mel Deweese Ай бұрын

    GREAT ! U are a " Thinker- Doer " , Super Job. ( I'm the same but 24 yrs in the Navy as a Parar-,Rigger / SERE P.O.W. Inst. / P.I. Jungle Inst / .VN Advisor ( Darn they never allowed us to use building tools. Ha.) . EXCELLENT video, info, demo . Presently all I build /set up are tipis at my camp here in W. Colorado. ( I'd like to hire you for sure. ) Yrs ago checked on these builds in Costa Rica ----- Panama is better. I imagine a 2nd " roof - air - space " over the orig. is a must for insulation ! Thank You.l " Mtn Mel & Aussie Molly Blue ," - Deweese, Unaweep Canyon, 7,000 ft, G. Jct., Co. Stop by and sit in our woodsmoke.

  • Renee Gonzalez
    Renee Gonzalez 2 ай бұрын

    Hey there, Jenny here... So my husband and I wanna go tiny bit he's very skeptical about shipping container homes bc of concerns over rust and living in AZ he's concerned about instruction with it being metal as far as heat magnet.... Do you have any toys on taking care of those concerns?

  • Michael Walling
    Michael Walling Ай бұрын

    excellent narration! Really enjoyed listening.

  • Kim Leone
    Kim Leone 6 ай бұрын

    I was wondering why you painted it dark since light paint is usually more reflective. Does it get really hot in these things?

    • Kim Leone
      Kim Leone 6 ай бұрын

      @The Coyote Lab FYI I made the mistake once as well. House used to be white but the whole neighborhood started to go tan and brown etc so I decided to go with an adobe color. Is prettier but I noticed that the house is at a minimum 5 to 10° hotter during the summer time. It absorbs the heat rather than deflecting it. As soon as I can afford to I'm going to repaint the house in White. It might be boring but it does make a difference

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын

      Lol, yes it gets extremely hot. I’ll explain in part 2, but basically, wife liked the dark color.

  • Bogs Cornejo
    Bogs Cornejo 9 ай бұрын

    Wow I love washing your channel I like the way build your tiny house ,you use the salvage material, it's amazing very practical , functional , I love shipping container home , pls check shipping container homes thanks god bless

  • The Roed to Good Cooking
    The Roed to Good Cooking 2 ай бұрын

    Hi MattI'm Ms. J ~ I am new to your channel and I love it so far. I have been entertaining the idea of a Container Tiny Home. After watching your video I'm convinced this is what I want. I have a million questions bouncing around in my head. I promise NOT to ask my questions all at once🤣 First question where do I start looking for a container? Building out container tiny homes, is this something you do fulltime? I am relocating back to California the end of July 2023. Any information you can help me with would be greatly appreciated. BTW - your Container Tiny Home looked amazing. Big Thumbs Up to your Dad for making his KZclip debut👍🏽👍🏽. I agree with your wifey, the different colors of wood looks awesome. Looking forward to hearing from you Matt. Be Blessed and Happy New Year. Ms. J

    • The Roed to Good Cooking
      The Roed to Good Cooking 2 ай бұрын

      @The Coyote Lab Thanks for the info Matt. I will definitely checkout Facebook Market Place. Your Pool and Hot Tub turned out amazing. Be Blessed and Keep Living your Best Life.😊Ms J

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  2 ай бұрын +1

      Hi ms j! Best deals on containers is Facebook marketplace. If that doesn’t work, there are companies in every city that sell containers. This is my first one. Just a hobby.

  • Jean Marie de Ruyck
    Jean Marie de Ruyck 7 ай бұрын

    Génial ❤👍

  • Reality TV
    Reality TV 9 ай бұрын +1

    I love your humor! I hope you cleaned that sofa before you sat on it! It might have been out on the street because of BED BUGS or fleas! LMAO! I hate that someone broke into your container! I had that happen to a place I was refurbishing.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  9 ай бұрын +2

      Disinfected the heck out of it!! However, I spilled an entire pot of coffee on it yesterday so it may not be long for this world.

  • Szilárd Kránicz
    Szilárd Kránicz 2 ай бұрын

    Why not drywall instead of all that wood salvage mess? Great video btw.

  • saved by grace
    saved by grace 5 ай бұрын +1

    Great video

  • Carol McMillan
    Carol McMillan 10 ай бұрын

    Great it looks awesome 👌

  • Mick
    Mick Ай бұрын

    Love it. Damn shame people broke your windows etc. What idiots Where located ? Im very interested in your projects!

  • sillylilly
    sillylilly 6 ай бұрын

    I'm curious in how you attached the 2x3s to the walls. Did you drill into the container itself into the outside? Maybe glue it the metal or cut it exact and wedge it in. I've been trying to think what is the best way to put a wall into a container. This is something I will be doing soon.

    • Arthur Burke
      Arthur Burke 6 ай бұрын +1

      Hey Silly,forget about the gluten & glue get your 2/4s lay them out and start framing within the container. You the cutting right,but use screw gun to Attach. No Wedgesss Unless Your Going To Dance 💃 For Us All. What’s going to be going on inside that Container Of Your’s Anyways ??? A Little Midnight Dancing ??? 👮‍♀️👮‍♀️Watch it 👧 girlfriend,this is a family channel now.

    • sillylilly
      sillylilly 6 ай бұрын

      @Arthur Burke You are full of good advice.

    • Arthur Burke
      Arthur Burke 6 ай бұрын

      Hire a contractor,Curious George. Or Call This Old House 🏡,They Deliver .

    • sillylilly
      sillylilly 6 ай бұрын

      @The Coyote Lab I think it looks pretty good too. Thanks

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын +1

      Great question. The wood frame is attached with wood to metal screws to the metal window frames I made, which are welded to the container. It survived a long transport and a trip across the lake, so I think it’s a pretty good method!

  • LifeandLemons
    LifeandLemons 3 ай бұрын

    Bea-U-tiful work!!! I would love to know the exact size of the windows? Thank you!

  • Crystal Wang
    Crystal Wang 14 күн бұрын

    How wonderful

  • John Franke
    John Franke 6 ай бұрын

    When will people think outside the box, I used 3" top-hat purlin on the outside with 3" insulation batts and covered with metal roofing material, then 1/8" ply on the inside which gave me an extra 8" of internal space, I also built steel trusses with insulation and steel roofing, as I am not in a snow area I fitted spouting and a tank to catch rain water

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  6 ай бұрын +1

      Right on John. Any pictures or vid? Would love to see it.

  • Mick
    Mick Ай бұрын

    Awesome !

  • EV3
    EV3 4 ай бұрын

    Ok, this is SOOOO random but you slightly sound like Kronk from emperors new groove! 😂 Otherwise, thank you for this awesome video, incredibly informative!

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  4 ай бұрын

      I have no idea what that is but can’t wait to check it out hahaha

  • Galen Vetterick
    Galen Vetterick 5 ай бұрын

    So how do you handle a water supply, sewer and electrical hookups? I assume there is probably building restrictions that would not allow this type living.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  5 ай бұрын

      No restrictions! Ain’t that great? There is electricity which I now have hooked up. We pump water from the lake and bring drinking water over. Most folks do septic since there is now sewer. I’ll post a video about some of that soon.

  • Lancaster
    Lancaster 5 ай бұрын

    Great video 👌

  • Miles
    Miles 4 ай бұрын

    A wire wheel might have worked better taking those stickers off without gouging the side

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  4 ай бұрын

      Maybe so…consensus on here seems to be that a torch works best for sticker removal.

    FULFILL 3 ай бұрын

    Shoot.. it looks cool 👍

  • DE Graham
    DE Graham 9 ай бұрын

    What a treat!

  • Mary Norton
    Mary Norton 6 ай бұрын

    In Germany I was happy to have witness a wildbore run to get to his mate at full tilt run she was trapped some how on US Air Base Fence inside .I was assigned trash duty to pick up with co worker car garbage along fence for about four miles out and four miles back. It plummeted in Tempature So I made a educated choice and said we must go back now .My dad used to call it use the God Given Brain you were born with. With sleet it can freeze cloths and freeze sweat in boot sto frost bite toes. Is this cabin in Pacific North West or Colorado ?Maybe Mont. or Minn. Oh I had Lymes Disease so Sorry about my spelling. I have been reading more to help improve.We have coyote here they swam across the Potomac River and now are in Saint Mary's and Here In Charles County. Mass has trouble with them coming in yard in daylight one grabbed a infant in crib but in reality Who leaves a child on a poarch at all. The Mom had to chase it and beat it with a broom handel to let child go. Are you a wildlife outdoors amn or conservationist? I beleive one should not kill except to eat and stock for winter. I have odd allergy to sulpher.. Ham beef Turkey Rubber mask +dive geer...hey did Dad or Friends help with that cabin...?Sorry I like story about the hous like in the book The Odessy?

  • sasmk
    sasmk Ай бұрын

    Remind me why this is better than like a 6k shed from Home Depot parking lot

  • Ana Malle
    Ana Malle 10 ай бұрын

    Can you use containers with a opening on the side?

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  10 ай бұрын

      No doubt. Looks pretty cool if you allow the side doors to swing open

  • Brian McCutcheon
    Brian McCutcheon 6 ай бұрын

    Well done

  • Manny Echaluce
    Manny Echaluce Ай бұрын

    Container has gotten too expensive :D cheaper to build from wood

  • Karl Karsnark
    Karl Karsnark 4 ай бұрын

    Neat project, but after you get a truck and trailer, et. al to collect and haul all the supplies, buy the container, buy a welding machine, learn to use it, spend lots of extra time customizing doors and windows, etc...all for something that is ultimately unsaleable, only to then build another structure on top, I'm not sure it's really worth the hassle.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  4 ай бұрын

      Hahahahahaha that’s a fair point, Karl. The investment is the property. Everything is for fun and learning.

  • Ali Jan
    Ali Jan 5 ай бұрын

    Best 👍 job 👍

  • Monmouth Countyrealestate
    Monmouth Countyrealestate 8 ай бұрын

    what kind of welder is best. Your suggesting is appreciated!

    • Monmouth Countyrealestate
      Monmouth Countyrealestate 8 ай бұрын

      Thank You so much for the reply!!!

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  8 ай бұрын +1

      In that video I’m running the harbor freight titanium 140. It’s one of the cheapest welders around but it can be run off a smaller generator with a normal 120 plug. Miller and Hobart make really quality welders

  • David Weidner
    David Weidner Ай бұрын

    Sleeper sofas 🛋 the heaviest piece of furniture

  • Justin Tolhurst
    Justin Tolhurst Ай бұрын

    Why does basically everyone not know how to use a grinder spray the sparks down away from you before the disk catches and blows up in your face

  • perpetual76
    perpetual76 Ай бұрын

    Every time you cut a window or any open spot on a shipping container, you essentially jeopardize the container's structural integrity.

    • Brian Pacheco
      Brian Pacheco 15 күн бұрын

      That’s the whole point of framing it so you bring back some of the strength.

  • Mr Fitz
    Mr Fitz Ай бұрын

    Sorry, but converting standard shipping containers to dwellings is just DUMB really really DUMB. The whole concept is tantamount to a scam. When you factor in transportation costs and all of the modifications required to make it structurally strong and useable you might as well have just built something from scratch using conventional materials. And after all that hard work and cost you still end up with a weakened structure with low ceilings, terrible insulation and an inherent condensation problem.

    • Mr Fitz
      Mr Fitz Ай бұрын

      @iRenovate DMV sorry if I stomped all over somebody's feelings. Hearing the truth can be harsh, and people get emotional especially when they've already sunk a lot of time, money and hard work into a dream project. But these conversions just don't make any sense unless you just really really like a vaguely industrial aesthetic to your micro home.

  • Dvizhuxa
    Dvizhuxa 10 ай бұрын

    This is super cool. I'd paint inside thou.

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  10 ай бұрын

      Hahahaha thanks man. I’m with you. But happy wife happy life

  • Luisa Cassidy Taua-Stogdell
    Luisa Cassidy Taua-Stogdell 11 күн бұрын

    Very cool🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽

  • Thomas
    Thomas 10 ай бұрын

    Looks great good luck…..

    ROGER LABARR 9 ай бұрын +1


  • Delinda Witman & Natural Roots Roost

    Thank you 🙏

  • Jisi FOff
    Jisi FOff 2 ай бұрын

    50% of viewers: what’s the deal with the helicopter shots?

  • Brandon Pipon
    Brandon Pipon 6 ай бұрын

    Wow great,man

  • gregory mandzuk
    gregory mandzuk 2 ай бұрын

    Baha how many wheels did you burn through and how much did it cost? You ever heard of a level?

  • Chris Cook
    Chris Cook  Жыл бұрын

    Excellent! Village Kitchen got free advertisement.

    AKEWSD 5 ай бұрын

    Why not just use flashing for the windows and door. Water won't get in or sit still

    • The Coyote Lab
      The Coyote Lab  5 ай бұрын

      I’ve never seen it done on a container but I am planning to try it on the next one

  • teresa hardy
    teresa hardy 2 ай бұрын

    Man !! Talented hands

  • Billy Norton
    Billy Norton 6 ай бұрын

    How much did it coast to build ?