GARAGE WORKSHOP REMODEL Part 2

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16 Comments

  1. Let Me Explain Studios

    Your work ethic puts the rest of us to shame. Stop it.

  2. So, I assume you have a business license for this YouTube channel… Since
    your workshop is your “office” can you write off the cost of the remodel?

  3. +Scott Baker I do have a business license yes. As far as write-offs, I
    leave that up to my tax accountant.

  4. LOL… fair enough.

  5. Making some great progress!

  6. Awesome!

  7. Chris McDowell | CMR Woodworks

    Looking good!

  8. Man congratulations on the workshop, congratulations for the work on
    YouTube.

  9. With your new super power you can remodel a garage in only a few minutes.

  10. nice clean look

  11. Alessandro ramalho dos santos

    Great😀

  12. I like what you’ve done with the place. Except the drywall. Those were 48″
    panels, weren’t they? You should really get to know and love 54″ panels.
    That gap/seam at the top must have been a beast to tape and mud. How tired
    were your arms after that? 🙁

    Hang ceilings (without screws around the last 12″ nearest the walls,
    allowing the level to float for a better seam), then the top wall board
    tight against the ceiling (and supporting those floating ceiling panels),
    then the lower wall boards tight to those.

    Finally, I HIGHLY recommend leaving a 1″ gap between the floor (anywhere,
    not just the garage) and the drywall so that minor floods don’t ever wick
    up into the walls.

  13. +Jon Miller Thanks for those tips! I despise drywall. I’ll take your tips
    into account next time!

  14. +Mr. Fix It It helps to be the third generation getting trained by those
    who spent years learning the tricks. I don’t enjoy doing drywall, and only
    did it full-time for a short period, but when I do it in my own home or for
    family I make sure it’s done right, and I never use texture to hide sloppy
    work.

    I’m a new subscriber, and I look forward to going through your old videos
    and seeing what else you put up.

  15. Thanks for subscribing Jon! Like you I try to make sure things are done
    right as much as possible. I don’t always do it right the first time but
    always trying to learn from my mistakes and other more experienced people
    out there like yourself.

  16. I spotted this too!

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