Build a Garage, Workshop, Pole Barn, House

Socket Systems manufactures the metal joinery system called Lumber Link. This 3-16" steel "socket", joins 6"x 6" rough-cut timbers or wood members, to create a clear span building frame. The standard Lumber Link kit can create a clear span area up to 30 feet wide. Extensions of 15 feet on each side will make the building 60 feet wide. The 6" x8" Hercules fixture can build clear spans up to 60 ft. wide with certain requirements. We also supply steel rafters with pre-welded purlin clips in a variety of pitches. Custom fixtures for cathedral ceilings alternative pitches and more, are no problem.

Frames are assembled on the ground and raised into place using the foot locking system. No cranes or lifting equipment is needed and vertical supports are NOT set into cement, to eventually rot. Double your space with a second floor using a steel or wooden I-beam.

This versatile building system can be erected by contractors or the do-it-yourselfer. Complete building plans are available for sale on the website. Architectural engineering services are available for simple or detailed projects. Lumber Link has been used to build pole barns, garages, additions, porches, carports, businesses, airplane hangers, commercial barns, storage facilities and homes since 1983.

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  1. He is the real chuck Norris

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  3. Chuck is pretty good.

  4. Chuck must be a millionaire ; )

  5. this video is ridiculous.

  6. sounds like chuck got money

  7. I would love to hire Chuck – how much was the cost of everything ??

  8. There is NO way that is cheaper OR easier than conventional framing…. at
    least I can build a traditional building my self without help.

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  11. my guess would be about 20k

  12. VANflawless flawlessNIXION

    thats the wayy.. working alone is ok

  13. Chuck sounds like McGuiver..

  14. That is way more labor and cost than conventional framing,, shhheshhhhh!


  16. chuck is too proud to ask for help

  17. Chuck is very financially blessed!! I can build a 20×40 with concrete floor
    N plumbing for under 8000$,, oh wait I done did!! that’s a very nice
    building but highly overkill

  18. Chuck should have used concrete. Cement? Come on man.

  19. Joey Meyer I’m not a builder so I don’t know the difference, what is the

  20. Chuck is retired and all of his buddies are at work.

  21. Chuck might have overdone it with the steel beams.. parking bulldozers in
    the attic Chuck?

  22. Apparently Chuck hates his wife as well..

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