Container building roof metal work

13-Dek, 2019
723 282 Ko‘rishlar soni

Assembling the steel frame work to hold a roof over an existing flat roof building.
Video explaining the project:
Test light:
Mag drill:
Circular saw:
chop saw:
Stick welder:
Similar mig welder:
Similar plasma cutter:
Saw horse:

  • 52:05 you thought the drill took more power no the circular metal saw does Like look at the lights fuck! 🤣😅😂

    Daniel HollandDaniel HollandKun oldin
  • you have a better-built carport than these fat money apt contractors build out here in commie California.

    Andrea DgeorgeAndrea DgeorgeKun oldin
  • Hey Andrew love the vids! I wonder when's the next update on the castle gonna be. And words can't describe how good your videos are. You're doing a really really great job

    David MeskhiDavid Meskhi2 kun oldin
  • no upward soldering?

    DurolithDurolith8 kun oldin
  • Just a little advice from engineer/architect : Better using brackets(DIN) and bolts(DIN) for long steel columns&beams. Great job Andrew. I am enjoying watching and learning different machines from your videos.

    Can GuderCan Guder16 kun oldin
  • A++++++++++++++ stuff

    Mr JonasMr Jonas17 kun oldin
  • Thanks Andrew! You are one of my favourite youtubers and have inspired me to pursue a fuller life. I appreciate the way you take the time to explain what you're doing and you're experience as you go through it. Your cinematography makes us all feel included, like we are right there with you looking over your shoulder and ready to pass you a tool. Thanks again for all your great videos and showing all the cool machines and how to care for them!

    ShmangShmang24 kun oldin
  • 59:50 damn ur strong af for doing work like that regularly

    Loosey GuuzeyLoosey Guuzey24 kun oldin
  • "Nah, let's see what happens." is a phrase that no site manager or site inspectors want to hear.

    NightSpriteNightSprite27 kun oldin
  • i figured you would have a power outlet on your lift platform by now??

    ApolloApolloOy oldin
  • @1:13:38 Needs camera on top of jib, display in Cab so you can see better...

    KizzKizzOy oldin
  • Why didn't you build a road and drive your loader right on to the deck. They haul it away when you're done?

    Michael YarmieMichael YarmieOy oldin
  • Холодно... металл бетонные плиты железобетонные полы, холодно там .... Вот если он планирует сделать это задние теплым, тогда норм, а если это будет холодильник зимой, то лажа

    Федор СергеевФедор СергеевOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • Throw some sand on that slippery part of the drive.

    wayne goffwayne goffOy oldin
  • GJ on the switch pal.

    Bustin YaBustin YaOy oldin
  • Is there no building code or inspection enforcement?

    Patrick MPatrick MOy oldin
    • There is, this building is much stronger than any code. Code lets people build out of fire wood.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
    • I’m assuming that’s only within city limits?

      Patrick MPatrick MOy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, has it occurred to you that a person who can afford at least a million $'s in construction tools probably can afford a non shipping container home? 😄

    Noelle NielsenNoelle Nielsen2 oy oldin
  • Does that house need to be grounded?

    Mark PriceMark Price2 oy oldin
  • When you weld at night your neighbors on the next mountain over must think it UFO's coming

    Steve TSteve T2 oy oldin
  • This driver is the difference between an OK driver and a good driver. The other driver was a scaredy cat

    Steve TSteve T2 oy oldin
  • I was just thinking, Everyone loves you so much that if you needed help 1000 volunteers would be at your door within 24 hrs.

    Steve TSteve T2 oy oldin
  • Why do they call it a plasma torch, you said it uses electricity and air ?

    Randall HutchcraftRandall Hutchcraft2 oy oldin
  • Love your videos. You are crazy smart.

    Mike AndersonMike Anderson2 oy oldin
  • Some day centuries later the city would want to expanded there and they wouldn’t be able to because they wouldn’t be able to demolish Andrews dooms day castle.

    Nomas 3030Nomas 30303 oy oldin
  • Andrew you need a cut off saw and a Bridgeport. Get a harness too. Your an AWESOME worker and your videos are better than anything on Discovery!

    Steve WitkusSteve Witkus3 oy oldin
  • wondering if you sketch projects like this out before you do it, if so i would love to see the plans!

    Ryan DiederichRyan Diederich3 oy oldin
  • Andrew, I been watching your videos for awhile and really enjoy them in how to repair stuff and work on projects. I live in Texas and envy the weather in your State. Its always hot here. But most of all I would like to thank you for the work you do and because your language and demeanor are clean . other folks in their videos drop F bombs every two seconds and I don't like it. Bob G. in Texas

    manuel deleonmanuel deleon3 oy oldin
  • I ABSOLUTELY LOVE buying new TOOLS!! Especially sweet ones like these, I have the evolution chop saw love it, haven't got the circular saw yet. Love these videos I learn alot and they are very entertaining. Great job!!

    Josh WelchJosh Welch3 oy oldin
  • How much longer until you build your own gas station to store the fuel for all of your vehicles and tools? I could see you putting a few tanks in the ground and hooking up some secondhand pumps in about 1-2 days. Maybe 5 if you pour a slab.

    NillNill3 oy oldin
  • I used a lot of the same construction techniques, to entomb my ex.

    Mr MarkMr Mark3 oy oldin
  • heights and I dont mix - this has been like watching a horror film for me!

    Jack DawgJack Dawg3 oy oldin
  • I’m 60 years old and a retired welder and I still like building stuff, I really want a plasma but don’t know if I can justify buying one! I know it will save on oxygen and acetylene and of course the clean up! Just wondering how much they cost, thanks Andrew?

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • Do you have to have those blades resharpened? They cut steel great but I was wondering how long they last?

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • Who are the people helping you?

    lovecaron1lovecaron13 oy oldin
  • The house that youtube money built

    tennis timetennis time4 oy oldin
  • 1:10 does anyone else remember doing that with there macaroni and some forks for no reason, no, just me, ok

    Demo ManDemo Man4 oy oldin
  • Awsome

    WindysolarWindysolar4 oy oldin
  • Working with you always make sure you have your snow boots. Seems like you are always working in bad weather. Guess you have to work in off season. I admire the fact you do not allow weather to stop you.

    James CallenderJames Callender4 oy oldin
  • Got this guy so much stuff lol he is big money what is he a bank lol

    Lucas PerttuLucas Perttu4 oy oldin
  • He buys so much stuff lol

    Lucas PerttuLucas Perttu4 oy oldin
  • 1:02:55 hey at least there wearing fucking hard hats

    Daniel HollandDaniel Holland4 oy oldin
  • safety lesson: 1)The soil of this ridge is brittle. (See some videos , where the foundation of the structure is exposed. It is not compact rock, but consisted by layers (foils) of stones. Therefore , in case of heavy rain and flooding , the structure will colapse like "castle in the sand.". 2)The shipping containers, have specific payload and stacking standards. The use of extra metal roof , is a new burden towards overall strength. Wonder , how the City gave permits for these nuinces 😠

    Christos PanopoulosChristos Panopoulos4 oy oldin
  • How to build America!! Call Andrew!!

    John CunninghamJohn Cunningham4 oy oldin
  • Andrew "It's FIXED, let's get to work" Camarata. There's nothing he can't fix, either, from iPhones to complex engines. He just can't fix the shoddy car and truck industry, sadly. We should make him National Minister of all Vehicles!.

    Badge JohnsonBadge Johnson4 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew, really great work that you sharing with us on your build. I think it's awesome. You need some friends help , not body yourself.(should have your son helping you out(moocher)) But, you should us on your next big build think of (remember) fireball three and four way big magnet squares.. That could help you out holding things together and square. Great job young man( I don't know how old you are) lolhaha.. You're a big inspiration to me and the things that "you can do if you put your mind to it!!!"God bless you

    Sir. Tony Blair. jrSir. Tony Blair. jr4 oy oldin
  • What is the good disc cut metal , Evolution -Mercer or Diablo? thenkyo where Uruguay

    Victor LavinVictor Lavin4 oy oldin
  • Maybe you could rig up a monitor and wireless camera system.

    Tony JacksonTony Jackson5 oy oldin
  • You can cook the transition going up steep hills with a crane

    Jimmy DicksonJimmy Dickson5 oy oldin
  • A little dielectric grease on those contact points would help.

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak Eddy5 oy oldin
  • Andrew who is that helping you?

    Keckle JeckleKeckle Jeckle5 oy oldin
    • His friend, Jesse Muller. Go check out his youtube channel: Jesse Muller.

      Baby PhatBaby Phat4 oy oldin
  • Couldn't have a better mate helping other than Jesse Muller! What a great team: Camarata & Muller - welders extraordinaire! 🔥💪👍👊 The roof install is so monumental, gotta watch the entire playlist in binge mode...... P.S. Whatever happened to the trampoline? ⁉️🤔😎

    RumMonkeyableRumMonkeyable5 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew, it's my first time to your channel. I'm really by your work on this container castle. I wish there were "About" you? What you do,where you live. And how did you get so many containers. How many containers did this take? plus, come up with this plan to make a container Castle? I will be watching more of you make this? Thank you for sharing.

    Sir. Tony Blair. jrSir. Tony Blair. jr5 oy oldin
  • holy shit u are a genius

    david broströmdavid broström5 oy oldin
  • Check out the enthusiastic bark from Levi @1:01:51.

    Eric KiefferEric Kieffer5 oy oldin
  • WOW,,,,where's the POP CORN, I love this show of equipment and imagination of a Genius. Thank YOU Sir. stay safe.

    Tom ScottTom Scott5 oy oldin
  • 😱😱😓👈🏼😶😳👍🏻

    Giacomo LavinoGiacomo Lavino5 oy oldin
  • truelly shit hot this stuff it

    BIG TONEBIG TONE6 oy oldin
  • Using the drone as an eye is so smart! I never thought they would be useful outside of making videos and having fun...

    MaxiMaxi6 oy oldin
  • At the end while you's two were lifting that beam I thought well that's one way to screw up your back for life. That''s why today I've been bed ridden with a totally mess up back for nearly 20 years now. cause I was a stupid idiot. Don't follow in my footsteps budd if you don't have to don't do it..for Gawn saks. I was a welder fitter for 30 years and did much of what I see you do today I'm cripple cause I thought I was indestructible now all I fricken do is suffer chronic pain 24 7 ..not worth budd ..get a kick of your dog he's thinks he's accomplishing just as much as you are getting the job done. lol

    Fon HollohanFon Hollohan6 oy oldin
  • You can line-x your roof

    Harris HoldenHarris Holden6 oy oldin
  • Which radio are you using to communicate with your partner?

    ravivo2001ravivo20016 oy oldin
    • CXT88

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Thanks for the prompt answer - is there a model number?

      ravivo2001ravivo20016 oy oldin
    • Cobra Micro talk

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • how thick that square tubing at 5:06 or what is its specs? pls

    bernbern6 oy oldin
  • The new roof will mess with the castle look, you can use "polyurea spray coating" it will actually seal the roof completely and add strength to it, it can withstand heavy impacts, in many places they use first 2 inches of Closed Cell Foam and then they add the Polyurea coating, that way you added exterior insulation and water proofing. I used to work on a cruise and they use it also there to cover the decks preventing rusting from the salt sea water; There are several videos on internet where you can see the amazing properties of this product.

    MJavier ZorrillaMJavier Zorrilla6 oy oldin
  • #ماهو الجديد ..........اني عراقي/بغدادي...معجب باأعمالك الذكية.....انت شخص ناجح...واهني زوجتك(او صاحبتك)..على تعاونها معك............وشكراااااااااا...

    jawad kazamjawad kazam6 oy oldin
  • How did the old crane get Pettiboned?

    Arisaka 99Arisaka 996 oy oldin
  • Love it look like a castle

    Steph MillerSteph Miller7 oy oldin
  • this is usa or canada ?

    Юрий ГришинЮрий Гришин7 oy oldin
  • God forbid the building should fail the 100 year test.

    Delta DavidDelta David7 oy oldin
  • 29:23 We learn Andrew is immortal and is building a castle for his future rule. Sadly I don't think any of us will live to see his full conquest.

    James CooleyJames Cooley7 oy oldin
  • Oh yeah...easily good for 500 years now.

    BurbBurb7 oy oldin
  • About how much have you spent on steel?

    SolidCore ConcreteSolidCore Concrete7 oy oldin
  • I may have missed it, but how & where do you get power up there? I dont recall seeing any wires, and dont remember you mentioning it. Is there a vid of that? Can someone point this out for me please? Thanks! Lefty

    John HJohn H7 oy oldin
  • Jesse commented on the Slugger not cutting straight on roof panels. I bought one but have used it very little. I can't take it back but any suggestions on what to watch out for or anything that might help an old man would be greatly appreciated. Your videos are great.

    p52457p524577 oy oldin
  • I like the filming of the steel deliveries. You keep it simple and use no names, but clearly some guys make it while others don’t.

    Eric KiefferEric Kieffer7 oy oldin
  • Sounds like Halloween music at the start.

    Abiwen WodonAbiwen Wodon7 oy oldin
  • . Ví en otras páginas, que hay UTV o ATV 6x6... .

    Jorge Antonio Romero EspinolaJorge Antonio Romero Espinola7 oy oldin
  • Dude you are an amazing machine yourself. I need to do some work on my house project at 10m hight, what I did? Just bought a Genie Z34/22 Man lifter. For real!

    Filipe SousaFilipe Sousa7 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew. I'm not big on UZworld comments in fact, you are the first. I just wanted to drop a line and say thanks. I've been watching your channel for a while and I picked up some really helpful tips on how to best grade some ground with a skid steer. I work on a farm with a vineyard that has to be graded for proper drainage. I've got a little more left to do. Keep up the good work and thanks again.

    James DicksonJames Dickson7 oy oldin
    • Cool

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • Andrew Camarata, ..a man with Tools,..and he knows how to use them!

    Rick MalarkyRick Malarky7 oy oldin
  • Andrew, you should make a ladder to get up top side similar to the ladders the hvac techs use to get up to the roofs of buildings to work on ac units.

    Caleb BrownCaleb Brown7 oy oldin
  • Fort Kickass is really coming together.

    Lard BritishLard British8 oy oldin
  • Andrew you have have more steel in that building than they have in the Empirre state building !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
  • Ehow do you get your electric service up to your house ? I don’t see any telephone poles on the property going up the hill? I noticed a ground transformer up by the house meaning a primary service to that point !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
    • Underground.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • I’m sure he’s single lol Marred man knows what I’m talking about 😂😭🤣

    Ray ZRay Z8 oy oldin
  • Andrew, u are amazing, thanks for sharing these videos guy, its takes a lot of work and commitment to bring us footage like this and letting us know what tools are good and what is garbage for this is very much appreciated by viewers like me, i really like it when u put tools thru their paces and also explaining to some of us what kind of gear u use for these jobs from the clothes u were up to the tools needed, thank u Sir, please keep them coming whenever possible.

    Mitala AlekaMitala Aleka8 oy oldin
  • Should cover control panel on manlift when not in use. I had same problem with mine. They dont like rain.

    Wahn BurnskillWahn Burnskill8 oy oldin
  • Andrew, can you number your videos so we can follow them in sequence!

    Frank GriffinFrank Griffin8 oy oldin
  • use gas-less wire when welding outside

    txslimtxslim8 oy oldin
    • I got some and wasnt having good results with it. I just weld when there is no wind.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Awesome house Andy when are you gonna start digging in

    Daniel SpangleDaniel Spangle8 oy oldin
  • This project it a escuse to buy new toys more modern bether.......the truck driver look older so he got experience ! The chainsaw who cant cut to concret you blow me away wen i tell to my father he think i was making fun of him and the new circular saw wen i see it first time i said to my self Andrew make rong order the blade disc look like it cutting wood.......conclusion...........i need to do my homework about new teck

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • can i ask if you got a loan or cash was it hard to get approved ?

    Breanna LogstonBreanna Logston8 oy oldin
    • Loans are bad, you still have to pay for the thing, but end up paying twice as much. Just save up for it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Os caibros de metal, que foram soldados na lateral do contêiner, desconfio que essa solda não é suficiente para durar muito e suportar a força do vento. Se soldar caibros por cima, ligando os caibros das duas laterais; acho que fica mais seguro. Ou faz furos dos dois lados do caibro, no container, solda um travessão na vertical por dentro, e faz uma braçadeira improvisada, e abraça o caibro na parte de cima e embaixo do contêiner. Da para também soldar por fora, sem fazer buraco no contêiner. Na parte de cima do contêiner debaixo, solda três pedaços de perfil quadrado para abraçar o caibro. Ou soldar muito bem soldado, um perfil liso e extenso em cada lateral do caibro.

    STARTSTART8 oy oldin
  • One thing that's driving me batty is the alignment of three of the columns you can see at 1:12:52 . There are two short ones and a tall one. He notched out the brick for one of the short ones, which is butted up against the wall. The other two are sort of out in the field. But here's the thing... two of the three seem to be lined up perfectly while the third one is offset by the width of one column. Why wouldn't those three columns be lined up instead of offset??

    SciPunk215SciPunk2158 oy oldin
    • There was a reason for it. I forgot what it was. I am adding more columns to that spot soon to spread the load more on the existing concrete roof.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Every time Andrew makes an improvement to the shipping crate castle, he will buy a new major piece of equipment.

    SciPunk215SciPunk2158 oy oldin
  • Smart, industrious and a fairly good film maker to boot! Talented too!

    Scratchin' JackScratchin' Jack8 oy oldin
  • i was wondering if ya cut the forks on the 35 when ya cut that plat steel

    willywilly8 oy oldin
    • I had blocks of wood under the piece I was cutting.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • when do we see roof going on

    henry wilkinsonhenry wilkinson8 oy oldin
  • This is absolutely fantastic. I grew up in a potato farm in northern Wisconsin and have always done many of the things you do. This shop/ evolving piece of art is incredible. I'm about to quit teaching high school art and start a landscape/ excavating business. You are one of the youtubers that have inspired me! I built my first lawn care and first landscape trailer. The first one was over 10 years ago and it's still on the road. Cheers and keep welding, fixing, building, and digging!

    Justin MarkgrafJustin Markgraf8 oy oldin
    • Hey, is that avatar Salvador Dahli?

      Eric KiefferEric Kieffer7 oy oldin
  • Trampoline on the roof...AC kills me!

    Jim DueyJim Duey8 oy oldin