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This Is What A $40,000 Porch Restoration Looks Like.

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  • Жарияланды 2022 ж. 24 Қар.

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  • Phaze Phusion

    Wow Jon! That was superb. Thanks for bringing us along

  • Solomon Gbemudu
    Solomon Gbemudu 21 күн бұрын +17

    I love this video. you are a brave man to take on those repairs. I have seen over the year most woodwork projects look small from the start, then they become money pits. you made it through this one congrats. that's a sign of good house maintenance

  • Pedro Smits [ΡΩΡΣΥΣ]

    Excellent job, keeping the old details alive and respected. Must be a satisfying feeling having this done.

  • ForemanJacobmiller

    I work at a foundation repair company as a foreman and have done that for 10 years and you’re very on point here

  • Blake Sanders

    Absolutely amazing craftsmanship. And super refreshing to see the respect shown for those that came before. Wonderful job.

  • Barbara Henn-Pander

    We recently did something similar; deck rotten, waterproofing failing, code has changed, etc. We are simple DIYers, and have only basic tools, but watching you struggle, insist on doing it right, being honest about the ridiculous timelines involved but then “over complicating” with making your own T and G oak floor boards despite the incredible amount of time can only mean one thing: you love this. And so do we. Time well spent. I really appreciate the work, the pain and the editing work on top of it all. New subscriber. 🤓

  • Mark Simonds

    FarmCraft101 is one of my favorite channels. Thanks for all the hard work (and your sense of humor) that you put into making these videos for our viewing pleasure. On a side note - I wish I had 1/4 of your energy!!

  • Yasha V
    Yasha V  +5

    Very formidable effort to undertake on your own.

  • Shankar H

    Just wow. Every min filled with some nugget or the other. Thanks so much for putting your wisdom out there for anyone that cares for this kind of work. I know I will watch this several times and still keep coming back to it as I see a cross-application of your ideas across a variety of projects. Huge kudos to you!

  • Kenneth Lee

    Love watching you execute these massive jobs on your own house. inspiring and scary at the same time (because I might think I'm YTskilled enough to pull something like this off myself)!

  • Wasted Props

    Love following your day-to-day activities mate. very informative. keep up the fantastic work. :-) PS. your videos and voiceovers are an absolute please to watch.

  • David S
    David S 28 күн бұрын +8

    Hey brother. I’ve been building houses and remodeling for 23 years. It’s been along time since I’ve seen someone do that much work with corded tools. You definitely look and sound like you know what you’re doing. Keep up the good work. Thank you for taking the time to make and share this video.

  • brandog
    brandog  +118

    Im thoroughly enjoying every bit of content youve put out the last several months. keep it up

  • Jon Garcia

    As a professional carpenter, I would like to say your work is very well done. Great craftsmanship, the next family that lives there will be enjoying their sweet tea out front for a very long time! 👏🏾👍🏾

  • C J W
    C J W  +5

    amazing job, great work! glad to see this farmhouse get TLC and a restoration

  • SteveRodgers
    SteveRodgers 21 күн бұрын +5

    I can't believe how much hard work you did single handed!!! You have an amazing life and house and family 🙏🙏🙏

  • Gareth Walsh

    Absolutely smashed it,loving your work.

  • Janmification

    Thanks for doing all that work, and filming it. Watching you work is a real pleasure. Your ability to explain as you go along is much appreciated for its succinctness. Well done.

  • Jason Palmer

    That was so deeply satisfying to watch this project come together. Seeing all that rotted wood get replaced with new and you doing it in such a way that respects the craftsmanship of the previous builders *chefs kiss*.

  • ian whiteley

    As a new viewer to your channel I was transfixed and amazed by your tallent and perseverance. as an old school carpenter I think you did an amazing job. I am a lover of all the old school timber joints as you saw with the mortace and tennons in the bigining of your video. would have loved to see those reinstated too but far too long. respect to you for a job very well done Sir.