9 thoughts on “DIY rant What it means to me – 144 – My DIY Garage Build HD Time Lapse

  • May 3, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    In my life I bought all the tools more than once!! Because some were
    stolen!! I needed an extra set of tools in a caravan!! Sending tools to my
    new homeland was too expensive! But what can I do? Without my tools? What
    can you do when you need a new toothbrush? You go out and buy one!!! I just
    bought my second plane because I want to edge off the lumber and how I’m
    gonna get a nice result without it! I’d never be satisfied!!! Okay, it
    costs me a few pesos but I can go on with what I like doing!!!

  • May 3, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    Heh, ,nice rant. I’ve been watching this series from the beginning. Gotta
    say, I admire your energy to get in there and work. Can’t say I agree with
    100% of your design decisions, but it’s you’re gig and not for me or anyone
    else to tell you how to do things. As a fellow DIY’er, I think overall
    you’ve done a helluva job. Non illegitimus carborundum…

  • May 3, 2013 at 8:27 pm

    Thanks! I’d actually be interested in hearing your design disagreements.
    Honestly there are a lot of things I disagree with my design, so I’m not
    surprised. Send me a message if you want with the changes you’d make.
    Thanks again for watching!

  • May 3, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    DYI rocks! You get the prideful feeling every time you look at it and get
    to say…” Yep, I did that! “

  • May 3, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    Nice job on your build. Love your vids keep them coming. I plan to build my
    house and shop one of these days,

  • May 4, 2013 at 11:56 pm

    As a former Sargent in the Parachute Regiment I used to teach Survival
    Skills amongst other things. The knowledge of how to use a knife to make
    other tools is as valuable as the learning curve of making things with
    them. The look on a persons face when they’ve made a fire with two sticks
    is priceless. In summary, know your tools, use your tools, care for your
    tools. They’re the means to produce & provide, (& build awesome garages!).

  • June 16, 2013 at 11:00 am

    I my self think you have done a hell of a job on your DIY Garage… There
    are some questions with your design… But, as stated before i have watched
    from 1st VIDEO and would i watch again if i knew it was a DIY?
    Absolutely.!!! It’s been very informative.. PLUS people that watches can
    get tips and tricks from you…like the skyscraper panels turning them into
    the lower folding garage doors.. (hell of an idea) and i do have to say
    again for this to be your first Garage Build it’s awesome…

  • July 4, 2013 at 7:04 am

    Amen! I have watched every video up to this point and I will continue until
    one of us dies or you stop doing them. Why? Because I like learning. That
    is what DIY is. It’s about doing for yourself and about learning. Also,
    you’re funny which makes the learning part easier than smashing my own
    finger with the hammer. So, it’s a win-win really. Thanks for what you do!

  • September 29, 2014 at 3:32 pm

    I just saw your videos and have been a DIYer myself for years. Mostly in
    part because my dad taught me as well that “if you want things done right
    do it yourself”. If you have time and want to save money this is the way to
    go and with folks like you providing guidance and ideas it makes it that
    much easier. Also I ABSOLUTELY agree with you on the use of whats around as
    apposed to what’s technically right. I’m in the process of putting in my
    own PB105 , I just picked it up used, cleaned it, replaced the burn pot
    under warranty due to the bubbling and moved it into place this weekend.
    I’ve viewed your videos several times for ideas and wella ! venting and
    plumbing next. Thanks again


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