Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift - Handicap Bath Tub remodel Large

Phil goes through and remodels, replaces the floor and raises the tub for a woman to be able to use a Hoyer lift. One of the best and most considerate install I have seen in 20yrs of health care. No center support to try to get around. ⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️00:00 Intro00:22 Goal is to move the tub … Read more

End of Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

End of Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

This is how the bathroom turned out. Pretty amazing. 00:00 Intro00:22 Another late day, but we’re finished00:40 Plastic bead board to dress it up01:12 Follow Us 🙏 Subscribe, 👍, it helps a lot!!➤❓/ 💬:➤ Follow ➤➤I get a little for the channel-no charge for you if you use the links:➤➤Shop Amazon➤➤Tool lists … Read more

Tub Is In Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

Tub Is In Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

We’ve got the tub in the bathroom remodel we have been doing. 00:00 Intro00:22 Tubs in on the frame00:40 We always try to put in shut-offs when it comes to plumbing01:00 He did the river dance on the platform to make sure it was steady. To bad that wasn’t videoed01:10 Real short shower02:06 Follow us … Read more

Building Platform To Raise A Bathtub

Building Platform To Raise A Bathtub

Not something that too many people need to do, but we wanted to add this video so you can do it. 00:00 Intro00:22 Jump cut-we put the linoleum but too many people00:53 Rather NOT show how to do linoleum01:10 We built a frame for the tub, need 5 and half inches clearance for the lift01:25 … Read more

How To Place Your Screws #Shorts

How To Place Your Screws #Shorts

I put the screws about every six inches on the outside. The way I tell a lot of the guys, is like from the tip of your finger to the bottom of your wrist or in the field, say, from your wrist to your elbow. So 🙏 Subscribe, 👍, it helps a lot!!➤❓/ 💬:➤ … Read more

Oscillating Saw Bathtub Remodel Removing Tub Surround

Oscillating Saw Bathtub Remodel Removing Tub Surround

The next section of the mobile home bathroom remodel. We are redoing the bathroom so they can get the hoyer lift into the bathtub. 00:00 Intro00:22 Thanks to the oscillating saw the tub surround is out00:45 You can see where it was a garden tub under01:24 Follow us 🙏 Subscribe, 👍, it helps a lot!!➤❓/ … Read more

Reinforcing Plywood Flooring Diy

Phil shows you how to make sure your floor is strong enough for just about any weight. 00:00 Intro00:22 Using tongue-and-groove plywood00:32 Still want to reinforce with wood under, particularly because of the weight00:45 How to tell where to put the screws01:08 Still added all the supports under, never too much support01:27 Follow us 🙏 … Read more

Start of Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

Start of Bathtub Remodel Accessible Bathtub Hoyer Lift

Start of a bathroom remodel to make it handicap accessible. Phil goes through and remodels, replaces the floor and raises the tub for a woman to be able to use a Hoyer lift. One of the best and most considerate install I have seen in 20yrs of health care. No center support to try to … Read more

Simplex Mechanical Jack #Shorts

Simplex Mechanical Jack #shorts

Updated 1-25-23 Simplex mechanical Jack a tool that can be used to lift up lighter projects like decks. 🙏 Subscribe, 👍, it helps a lot!!➤❓/ 💬:➤ Follow ➤➤I get a little for the channel-no charge for you if you use the links:➤➤Shop Amazon➤➤Tool lists & recommended products🧰

Repairing and improving a Deck-Repairing Revamping A Deck

Updated 1-25-23 Phil is working to repair and improve a deck. They walk you through the job step-by-step.

Floor Replacement Caused By Window Unit Leaking

Updated 1-22-23 Replacing floor in Aug of 2019

How to Change Vinyl to Metal Skirting for a Mobile Home or Building

Updated 1-22-23

Metal Skirting the guys are installing skirting on a mobile home. They are replacing the vinyl with metal. Your vinyl skirting will last around 5 years and then will have little holes from weed eaters and chemicals.

They make metal skirting from the same metal that you use for your roof.

00:00 Replacing vinyl skirting with metal skirting
00:14 Why you would want to change them out.
00:42 First want to pull off the top trim
02:06 Starting the metal
03:13 You can fold the metal to create your corners
04:15 Pushing the metal tight, and once screwed down, the wind doesn’t blow it out
04:45 When cutting metal, use your bottom for changes in the ground height.
05:05 Reason you want to level from the bottom
05:45 Cutting for a gas line
07:57 Cutting corner trim and installing it
09:10 When ordering material, always make sure you have extra

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Today we are going to be taking off the old vinyl skirting. It’s pretty good shape back here. But all along the bottom, there’s holes in it. And we actually put it together for him offered a better solution. And about every five years about all you’re going to get out and start getting all kinds of little holes where the weed eater hit them lawnmower, even chemicals will make it have holes.

So first thing we do is pull off the top trim, unfastened this case. It was so high that they put metal behind it, which you’ll see later. And they screw the top and bottom is still blowing out.

We’re gonna make it better.

Notice there’s a screws right here, little screws on the bottom. So that’s what they did to keep it from blowing out all the time, replacing that plastic with the metal, which the profile is like that it’s basically the same metal who put on the metal roof and it won’t blow out.

I mean, it has to have a high, high wind, and this is what they put in to support the skirting and keep it from bending.

And then as it bends, it blows out the screws in the bottom screws in the top. And they put this to keep it from going out because if you don’t look as it is the plastic material is, anyway.

So what I’ve done is take that off. And then I measured in this case somebody put plastic to keep it from halving to weed eat so much measure to the bottom of that bottom rail.

And I don’t want to go on tight because they won’t be able to get it in, so I went to about less than 60 inches. So I cut my piece of metal to fit in here. And because on this particular job, we’ve got corners, I didn’t go all the way out to the corners because the corners aren’t covered.

But you could literally take this and bend it right here: one rib wrap around, you’d have to cut a little knife around the corner, then your corner would be there, you wouldn’t have to pay for it.

But we’re going to make some kind of match the roof So and I slip it in the top and the back of the bottom rail is higher than the front if you put it right across the top of the front of the bottom rail will give me that level.


Push it down tight so it’s gonna be hard pressed for the wind to blow it out. And we’ll fasten that there let me have my screw gun right there on the ground reason that we level it was mentioned to me I should explain there’s another video, it’s like an hour and a half long, you’ll see every little detail but the reason we level that is if you don’t have a level nothing will be easy to measure to anyone saying the same now we measured this point here, and i made my marks here Here, I have a T square for drywall you can use anything straight like a four foot level. Straight across the top.

What I did was measure over to the center of it and then it’s an inch and a quarter. So by giving just a little bit of room, every quarter all the way around. I can either split it from here and cut across here.

But it’s tough to do. But it can’t be done. There we go. Makes a big difference.

Nothing’s exactly right, the new bottom will be up and down so much at once. So we’re going to do pull it over and see how that big gap it is. And then we’ll pull it back over like so get it in the bottom, slide it in and then back over. So the end result and still take a little bit of a gap there.

This sides fifty seven that one 60 here so I got 10 foot rake and corner should be able to get two out of this back within the that’s it.

We’ll put a couple screws in that. And that’s what it’ll look like. Because the material you’re ordering it you don’t want too little you want more than enough to make a mistake got it. No, that was pretty as I would do it this pretty way better not gonna blow out. Not gonna grow

Deck Installation – Gazebo Deck

Deck Installation - Gazebo Deck

Updated 1-12-23

Building a deck for a gazebo

00:00 What we’re doing on this job
00:16 Estimating a job, don’t forget this
01:23 You want to account for board width
01:55 Deck layout and how to measure/mark
02:05 Using 16″ centers instead of 20″
05:26 Measure twice, cut once
07:20 Layout is complete
07:45 Secured it to the fence
08:12 Why we laid the deck out the way we did
08:45 Who knew Phil spent all day screwing off, literally
09:10 Finished deck

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Gazebo on, We’re going to have a wood walkway out here in this beautiful little yard. Take you through it step by step. The first thing that I had to learn when I started out in the business was really not estimating. Of course, that. Is a part of it. You sit down, break down how much you’re going to have, allow 10%. But one of the fatal mistakes that I made. Early on, over and over again. Is I would forget the time that it took to go get the materials, that is.

Load up a trailer, air up the tires. Driving the town. Go in there, load up all those materials, put them on the trailer, strap it all down and bring it back. Walk it into the places you’re working on. So whenever you’re doing it, say if you’re doing it for somebody or if you’re doing it for yourself, you need to allow that much time.

There’s probably an hour and a half altogether moving it around. So but other times you got to go another hour to the job, sometimes 2 hours. You might have five, 6 hours with two guys, three guys you have all that time. So, you need to be careful.

Now, when it comes to building a 12×12 with a dress upside, and the covered sides. You have to allow that in reality in a three and an eighth, three and a quarter smaller, because boards are inch and a half, inch and three quarters. So, it be 3 1/8, 3 1/8, it’d be 6 1/4” smaller than 12’ is what we’re going to cut the runners, keep in mind when you’re doing it yourself.

So, you got to allow for the outside. This is going to have the frame and then it’s going to have a dress up board to cover the ends around it to dress up nice.

I have the boards running this way. So I have to make the framework go this way instead of go two-foot center, we’re doing 16” centers, which is a little more cost for a lot more strength. So here we are. You’ve got to remember to allow for the wrap around it. And that’s going to be three inches. But let’s say that I’m going to have the board going.

This way first. So, I allow an inch and half past to the outside and center of the first one would be 16. If you notice, I have both sides. So, they’re both prepared at the same time. That’s the center. So if the board is inch and half, it would be three quarters back, then inch and half is the width. So now we’re dead center and we’re on 16 inch.

And then from that point, I mark an X right here when I go 16 inches from the side with the same. Center to center and side to side. And then I mark which side it goes. 16 and 32, 48, 54, 80, 96, 112, 128. So go back an inch and half, then I got to allow for all said and done.

Six and eight. So, inch and half, and four and five-eighths. Okay. Cut that part off. Measure twice, cut once. Now if you notice, I made these marks. I have. This speed square here, I can. Do both at the same time. You deal with a framing square the same. And a plastic one works just as good. It’s just not quite fancy. Not quite as professional. It will work. I’m marking where the stud goes. And they can see it.

All right. There it is. We’re going to start setting it all up.

All right. What we did was. Everything’s on 16-inch centers. Like I said, probably cost $15 more to do it on 16-inch centers as opposed to two foot, just for revenues in making it look pretty. So the edges are going to show and I want it to be uniform. So I put this board behind there. He wanted it fastened against the or up against the fence.

And then we put all kinds of supports underneath this so that it won’t bounce when we put the wood on it. And you see, there’s a lot of bricks around because we don’t have beams to support. So we’re ready to now start laying the boards across on with a space of the thickness of a pencil and why we’re laying it this way instead of this way, because I figured he’d be looking for the living room and see in that will look longer with the floor joists I mean the floor cover going this way, whereas it went this way, it kind of looks shorter.

But also we’re going to have the walkway boards going this way also. So I kind of look all uniform and big from the living room. So that’s what we’re going to do. We’re building this to have a ten foot by ten-foot metal good metal gazebo and everything’s done with screws.

It’s like I was telling you he was saying, It’s the proof that I screw off all day long doing. Three screws per. Trying to keep the gap pretty even in. Usually this tightens it up, big time. But we’re coming together. I’ll show you some pictures as we go along.

This deck yesterday, but people were playing on it as quick as we got finished. But this is the finished product. He has a dress up board on the outside, all the more discreet off.

We had a little runner to the steps, but here it is. This is what they’re going to have for a gazebo that’ll be on another video.

Walmart Gazebo Installation – Gazebo

Walmart Gazebo Installation

Updated 1-12-23

Here’s a gazebo the guys built.

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I’m about as ready as I’m ever going to be. I’ve done been punished by this Walmart Better Homes and Gardens thing. Supposed to have four guys, we did with three still took 5 hours and I feel like a retard. But it is what it is. It’s a beautiful thing and we’ll see how long and everybody stays happy with it because it looks really neat sitting on that deck that we built.

And I wouldn’t have wanted to video this because it will be a lot of cuss words in it, maybe really bad temper tantrums, you know, so but you can do it. Just be prepared. It’s going to be more than one person because it’s tough. Anyway. He did a great job choosing what he wanted and it’s really nice. Thank you very much for hanging in there with me and give me that support that I didn’t see while I was building this.

How to Build a Budget Deck Cover for Your Home, Mobile Home, and Building

How to Build a Budget Deck Cover for Your Home, Mobile Home, and Building

Updated 1-12-23 Phil shows you one of the ways you can build a budget deck cover. We adjusted the original measurements by 3/4″ to save the customer on materials cost. ⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️00:00 Build a cover over the current deck you have00:40 Measuring for wider than the deck00:55 Want to do a wood layout after you buy … Read more

Finished Deck and Privacy Fence Job, Wooden deck and fence on a budget

Finished Deck and Privacy Fence Job, Wooden deck and fence on a budget

Here’s a walk through of the privacy fence and deck after the job was completed. We did several different jobs for this customer. We did:

Metal Siding Advice-What you need to know about metal siding

Metal Siding Advice-What you need to know about metal siding

What you need to know about metal siding. Tips and tricks about what you can do with the metal siding, remove dents, cover with siding, even paint. He’s talking about the original metal the trailer, mobile home comes with. ⏱️Chapters00:00 Talking About Metal Siding00:20 Extremely hard to match colors01:13 If you cover with vinyl, the … Read more

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