nail gun would be my first suggestion. make sure to let him know the pros always disable that pesky safety interlock on the front.
table saw would be a good second choice unless you can convince him that a chainsaw will be a real time saver...
I'm willing to bet there is not one single 90 degree in that structure..
Holy hell! I'm going to change my route so I can drive by more frequently and see how he's doing...can you see it from the road? Does that not make you wonder about the safety of the house you LIVE IN? Offer to build it for him for free rent!
Forwarding this entire thread to Mike Holmes.
how about a time lapse of it going up and then falling over in a light breeze
listen to me or i will eat you're bacon
Post more pics please!! I'm betting total collapse before the roof is done.
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the builder, or the building?
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This thread needs more pics. Makes me feel better about my work around the house, thanks.
Busting ours to kick yours
I'm excited to see the roof construction and flooring.
Monday Morning; the 'crew' has arrived on-site, 'construction' is under way!
I'll get pics of the updated 'build' later today
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You should try to have a live video feed for entertainment
You've got to do some form of time lapse photography. that would be epic.
Some people are like Slinkies ...
Not really good for anything, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.
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This thread definitely needs a live webcam. Is tarping the roof? Or is he actually going to throw some wait on those obviously load bearing walls.