Remodeling My Old Farm House: how to Sistering floor Joist and

I’m back with another episode of remodeling my old farm house. This episode is centered around sistering my floor joist in order to ensure my future

10 Comments

  1. Wilkinson Carpentry June 24, 2019 at 7:05 am

    Cole is getting invaluable knowledge passed on to him , if he realises those little things such as holding that staff straight and the reasons why, he is gonna be steps ahead of a lot of kids when he gets out on site …. live it Kyle , thanks for posting 👍

  2. I have missed your videos thanks for sharing

  3. Great content overall… I’m about 10 months behind but catching up daily!!

  4. Is the Garage Addition finished or waiting for concrete to be poured?

  5. you have a great worker their

  6. Read the Instructions June 24, 2019 at 11:53 am

    A 4′ x 4′ sheet of 3/4″ plywood would be perfect for this job to work on while doing this.
    I would hate to see either of you two accidentally go through the ceiling below.
    Good job.

  7. I watching your video it gonna be nice warm bathroom in winter time and cool in summer time but I saw Cole gloves little bit to big for him. 🔨🔩🔧

  8. I honestly never would’ve considered investing in a powered caulk gun until you started singing their praises. The ability to kick out an entire tube’s worth in a continuous and consistent adhesive bead is pretty awesome.

  9. It’s heart warming to see you with your son Kyle. My son is 13 (I started late with the kid thing) and we did this exact same thing recently on the kitchen floor of a house I purchased as another rental. Only difference was all the joists in my floor were crowned up. Kitchen is perfectly flat now and nicely tiled. Can’t wait to see you working with your son more and letting him do things. Based on this video, you and I are a lot alike in our teaching methods. Good video.

  10. AND when you do it yourself you always get to buy a new tool!!!!

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