Construction Tips

Construction Tips

Right off the bat im already happy i clicked as a drywaller I am so grateful I watched this video. especially the very first clip. I’ve never heard of those mark n guards, but I am most about to go buy some asap! I hate measuring and cutting out electrical boxes. I’m too impatient and […]

Right off the bat im already happy i clicked as a drywaller I am so grateful I watched this video.

especially the very first clip. I’ve never heard of those mark n guards, but I am most about to go buy some asap!

I hate measuring and cutting out electrical boxes.

I’m too impatient and just like to go! Those will come in handy.

One must appreciate the fact that these are skilful professionals and the mores easy it looks the more skill and talent is needed to perform such task.

My back is hurting just watching them but damn that one guy in the beginning carving that block of stone is legendary!

A few more like him and we could build our own great pyramids.

That trick with tape for concrete corners also works great on bullnose corners for mudding and taping Sheetrock.

Old Mexican painter showed me that years ago!The concrete raising technique is an expanding foam not a slurry mix.

Great method though! Cool video!Nothing impresses so much as a talentedly executed work  I would always look at the work of the Masters, masters with a capital letter!

The butterfly joint may look nice and tie in granite with brick.

But that brick isn’t going to hold shit compared to the strength of granite.

If you just pour mortar like that it will make air bubbles inside of a mortar rock, wich can weaken whole construction.

All of that lego bricks is relay on that mortar colomn stability and consistency.

What you need is a funnel with long pipe in the end to provide mortar laminar flow to the bottom of the bricks.

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