Container castle roofing

6-Mar, 2020
969 116 Ko‘rishlar soni

Installing the metal roofing on the container castle.

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  • An F 5 could blow through there and that structure would be the only thing left standing😂

    Will CasWill CasKun oldin
  • Champ!!!

    Z TZ TKun oldin
  • So exciting!

    James BixbyJames Bixby4 kun oldin
  • @Andrew Camarata Awesome videos! You should do a 15 min condensed video of your garage build. Maybe explain the step for 30 sec then a sped up video of that part going together then the next step etc. I'd love to share it with friends and family but I know they wont sit through hours like I have. You and I think the same difference is you did it! Congrats!

    Michael MMichael M5 kun oldin
  • Who else is binge watching Andrew’s videos during the 2020 pandemic?🍿🥤💖

    KateKate6 kun oldin
  • 46:12 u said the inside would get soaked inside, how did it why wouldn’t it just pour off the top?! Were there cracks on the concrete roof?

    Keegan FosterKeegan Foster8 kun oldin
    • Yeah, the concrete roof leaked. this new roof is fine now.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 kun oldin
  • Corrosion is / will be your biggest enemy

    bearded bowhunterbearded bowhunter10 kun oldin
  • 3/16 cuz you never know when I'll have to turn the castle over and turn it into a battleship. Love it sir. Carry on!

    Robert LandryRobert Landry12 kun oldin
  • Levi is like "I'm a 100 year old man!! You climb those damn stairs!!"

    lee gibsonlee gibson12 kun oldin
  • I see now why you did not paint the roof. When the nuke lands directly on the roof you wont have the hassle of repainting it afterwards. ;-) Just give you a blast cleaning.

    lee gibsonlee gibson12 kun oldin
  • 41:50 that view from you roof is amazing

    eaj delieaj deli18 kun oldin
  • The only people who would like to criticise are the jealous people,I say good job well done

    Robert DominiczakRobert Dominiczak19 kun oldin
  • You could coat all of that steel with coal tar epoxy and it'd last forever.

    ɑʟpʜɑ ɱɑсʜɪиɑɑʟpʜɑ ɱɑсʜɪиɑ20 kun oldin
  • Are you going to park a tank on that roof?

    izzzzzz6izzzzzz621 kun oldin
  • Andrew, Have you considered numbering each video in chronological order? I know it would not really matter when it comes to a culvert replacement job but on the castle roof completion it would. When they are just by name it is hard to tell which on is next. Just a thought...

    Ryan JohnsonRyan Johnson24 kun oldin
    • There does not seem to be any way to determine what came first, mowing ther island, undercoat vehicles, Levi party, or paint the roof.

      Ryan JohnsonRyan Johnson24 kun oldin
    • No sorting options, just thumbnails and titles.

      Ryan JohnsonRyan Johnson24 kun oldin
    • Ryan Johnson And you’re using the UZworld app? There should be a button to sort videos after clicking on a channel.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata24 kun oldin
    • On a tablet, UZworld, no sorting option just by title.

      Ryan JohnsonRyan Johnson24 kun oldin
    • Ryan Johnson What device are you viewing it on? I know on my phone or computer it’s easy to sort them. And projects like this roof where there are multiple videos about it, those are all in their own playlists.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata24 kun oldin
  • Solar panels electric heat warm right up in the morning

    cecil veleycecil veley25 kun oldin
  • Kind of expensive but bed liner would be a good idea for the top of the roof

    Kenneth EnnisKenneth Ennis25 kun oldin
  • Camarata's Iron Castle :)

    RandyB143RandyB14325 kun oldin
  • Holy shit that monstrosity is a BEAST!!! I've gotta build my own castle one day.. maybe on top of an Atlas bunker.

    dboydboy26 kun oldin
  • How much was the roof addon? If ya dont mind sharing

    Keegan FosterKeegan FosterOy oldin
    • I dont know.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata29 kun oldin
  • Snow and ice flying off the edges will make sure you don't get too comfortable.

    livndreamlivndreamOy oldin
  • This building's fireproof, waterproof, windstorm proof, etc.,

    Frank GuerreroFrank GuerreroOy oldin
  • Levi needs an elevator at his age. Andrew if people got trucks that lasted forever manufacturers would go out of business eventually. Plus if they're to heavy they will do gallons to the mile instead of miles to the gallon.

    wayne goffwayne goffOy oldin
  • imagine how f'n LOUD that metal roof is in a heavy rain.,., i have bare metal roof on my shop and a couple buildings and i have to max out the volume on anything i'm trying to hear during a storm.,., ';'

    josh macphersonjosh macphersonOy oldin
  • Do you have plans and a building permit for this job?

    Dixon PeerDixon PeerOy oldin
    • yes

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • love the weld experiment lol

    Andy WarringtonAndy WarringtonOy oldin
  • DUDE, JUST AN IDEA ABOUT THE PAINT ON THE EXTERIOR WALL...RAIN WASHING THE LIME OUT OF THE CONCRETE. SEALANT MAYBE?

    WOODY RESTERWOODY RESTEROy oldin
  • After watching this video I decided to start using welds in my finish cabinetry instead of screws and bolts but I can't get it to work. The wood just keep catching on fire and burning up my projects.

    Made In USAMade In USAOy oldin
  • Tim from Canada here is my comment to your question why did you not make cars trucks automotive parts and various other stuff to last for years is because they want you to go out and buy brand new stuff for example if you made a car or a truck in the morning that lasted 100 years there is no money in that the money is in repairs the more money and they can . Have you go in and spend on it the crap you are you gonna make. The materials why would you make a car or a truck that lasts 100 years when you can make a car or a truck that lasts five or six years and falls apart every month because they want you to spend the money this is why everything is running on the computer now in your cars in your trucks everything is computer operated so it takes them 10 times longer... to figure out what is wrong with it and have your vehicles in the garage is for a weeks. These are my views this is what I see

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • seus videos sao otimos

    Geraldo OliveiraGeraldo OliveiraOy oldin
  • Wuz up Andrew I like your videos man your a very smart human if I was to move down there would you hook me up with a job working with you I know I can learn alot from you

    Mario EstradaMario EstradaOy oldin
  • AAA NO ME SUSCRIBO POR PROBLEMAS ECONOMICOS LO SIENTO

    jose roman ruiz de la herrnazjose roman ruiz de la herrnazOy oldin
  • NO SE SI HABLAS ESPAÑOL DE ESPAÑA PERO ME DA PENA QUE LOS VIDEOS DE TU CASA NO SE TRADUZCAN AAA Y GRACIAS POR HACERME PASAR MUCHOS MINUTOS DE VIDEO FANTASTICOS. TRADUCE TODO LO QUE PUEDAS. MUCHAS GRACIAS

    jose roman ruiz de la herrnazjose roman ruiz de la herrnazOy oldin
  • How much did it cost to build this structure ?

    John ArnoldJohn ArnoldOy oldin
  • Flat Bluestones on top of the the block wall located under the roof? Or thick oak, stained a bluish black?

    benritchsmithbenritchsmithOy oldin
  • Did he say 3/16" ? Damn that's going to be some weight up there

    William ChaseWilliam ChaseOy oldin
  • Good luck🌹🤖😹

    Gfjh JhgghhGfjh JhgghhOy oldin
  • Here before he hits a million subscribers! Guaranteed he will hit a million soon.

    SamsquatchSamsquatchOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • People who don't think welds are strong should spend a few days taking apart something I tack welded. PS, you are in for some work.

    Wingnut StickmanWingnut Stickman2 oy oldin
  • You are an inspiration. God bless you.

    Vikas GehlotVikas Gehlot2 oy oldin
  • I know it’s a project but why u using so much steel

    Rui BarbosaRui Barbosa2 oy oldin
  • Same Work From Jessy Muller (Andrew's Friend) perspective uzworld.info/player/video/kI-ahLpuYZHViYA

    TOSKA PUBGTOSKA PUBG2 oy oldin
  • Great videos. Cute dog by the way. I had a puppy like that, kewl.

    john elliotjohn elliot2 oy oldin
  • We in Austria would say "totally cool" keep it up .. great work, nice that people in America can still do what they dream of .. greetings from the Zillertal

    Hannes DreierHannes Dreier2 oy oldin
  • Man, that roof must cost you an actual FORTUNE !! Geeez, the material, the necessary equipment, the work force... I'm in awe !! PS The toughness and rigidity of the whle thing is unquestionnable. But, still, why ? Why all that heavy work and costs ? With modern wood trusses and beams, you'd ended up with same toughness at a much much lower costs, no ? **I ask NOT to argue or nag, just curious.** PS2 : your welds are top notch. Where did you learn that ? On your own ? *You truly are very taented, young man ! 👍

    Marc René YvonMarc René Yvon2 oy oldin
    • Thanks. It wasn't that expensive.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • Hey don’t that metal get slippery when it is wet???

    richardlwellingtonrichardlwellington2 oy oldin
  • awwwsome!.....thanks 4 video. be kind.

    a pictona picton2 oy oldin
  • And I thought I was a roofer......

    Chucky luvs KalaeChucky luvs Kalae2 oy oldin
  • Levi wants you to put an elevator in

    Steve TSteve T2 oy oldin
  • Jump in 41min for anybody stressing over heights w no harnesses.

    Fly CasualFly Casual2 oy oldin
  • New to channel, is this a garage only or are there living quarters? Would like to see what the inside looks like.very interested in shipping container living.

    Marlene JanzenMarlene Janzen2 oy oldin
  • Are you trying to keep the US steel makers in business? Never in my life have I seen so much steel used in a structure of your building size; and I have worked on some large government projects able to withstand nuclear blasts. I guess you are prepping for the big one!

    J ArmstrongJ Armstrong2 oy oldin
  • Want to see your kitchen too.

    Tim DangmeiTim Dangmei2 oy oldin
  • How would it be during a lighting storm? One giant lighting rod!

    DAN GREENDAN GREEN2 oy oldin
  • Nice job. And well done

    Noe EnriquezNoe Enriquez2 oy oldin
  • also i love those worktables

    JakeJake2 oy oldin
  • this "building" seems bulletproof

    JakeJake2 oy oldin
  • I'd love to come work for you ( but I live in the UK ).

    Lost SoulLost Soul2 oy oldin
  • Good move on the gutters. Wholeheartedly agree!!

    Bill ShawBill Shaw2 oy oldin
  • Should hold ok

    Yeet YeetusYeet Yeetus2 oy oldin
  • "Im not gonna use shingles im going to use metal" LOL metal thick as some dump trailer beds. Guess its hail ready.

    TurbopgtTurbopgt2 oy oldin
  • I've probably watched every video you have put out, I enjoy watching. But one thing I'm always saying to myself, why can't you clean or remove the debris before assembly.

    William HarrisonWilliam Harrison2 oy oldin
  • I just cannot wrap my mind around: Why the Massive Over Build? For Gods Sake...you could park a Couple Semis on the roof no problem!

    Tracy J. ScottTracy J. Scott2 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata LOL! ALRIGHTY THEN!

      Tracy J. ScottTracy J. Scott2 oy oldin
    • Because its cool.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • *Thanks UZworld for the 16 commercials [literally].* 10 in the first 28 minutes alone; *GREEDY much YT?*

    Dan KoningDan Koning2 oy oldin
  • How much money did that roof cost? Andrew you da man dude!

    L LLathamL LLatham2 oy oldin
  • I just discovered your channel recently as I was searching for Shipping Container Homes. Now I've been binging your channel and am in love with the idea of your castle. #homegoals.

    MstrdonmyShrtMstrdonmyShrt2 oy oldin
    • I’m back working on that building full-time again, so there should be some more videos about it hopefully soon

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
    • MstrdonmyShrt thanks.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • More commercials!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! One ! for every commercial

    das Mordschafdas Mordschaf2 oy oldin
  • Solar panels Andrew . That roof is crying out for them You could power the whole place for 000000000 ;)

    Keith RobertsKeith Roberts2 oy oldin
  • Won’t have to worry about leaks 🙄

    jeffmack57jeffmack572 oy oldin
  • Looks like you’re getting ready for the apocalypse.

    jeffmack57jeffmack572 oy oldin
  • Beautiful. Frankenstein is alive.

    Johnny o texugoJohnny o texugo2 oy oldin
  • I was just going to say....Wonder what the Cut Sheet looks like on that roof....We always had enough fun with a regular ol Hip....

    David WileyDavid Wiley2 oy oldin
  • Little dog trying to make sure you have the load secured properly.

    BuddyBuddy2 oy oldin
  • People who doesn’t know welding doesn’t know how strong it actually is

    Nicholas HartsockNicholas Hartsock2 oy oldin
  • ⚠❌welding down hill is NOT professional or SAFE n it definitely isn't building code worthy

    Savage Scorpio24Savage Scorpio242 oy oldin
    • No, welding down hill is the better way to do it. It is stronger.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • Figure up what that roof weighs . very interested to know .

    Jeffrey YeaterJeffrey Yeater2 oy oldin
  • I love the building . it will be there when we are all gone . brown on roof also . if it does seep rust you wont see it .

    Jeffrey YeaterJeffrey Yeater2 oy oldin
  • Im a painting contracter. Probably should use maybe DTM for a primer then probably an industrial latex finish . believe it or not latex would probably out last oil based paint . call a paint store, get ahold of a field rep or somone to get advice . do it once , do it right .

    Jeffrey YeaterJeffrey Yeater2 oy oldin
  • Now it's a porch

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • If you fall from their Andrew it's probably not going to kill you it's just going to hurt real bad believe it or not you gut to get a little bit higher for it to kill you

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • If you ever decide to paint the surface of the roof just put sand in the paint you won't slide off the roof if you need to go up and make a repair

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    John CampbellJohn Campbell2 oy oldin
  • 46:20 you say that and rain just picked up here.

    Mme. HyraelleMme. Hyraelle2 oy oldin
  • Hey man you are super skilled in so many areas of construction.

    Cleve BaileyCleve Bailey2 oy oldin
  • How did you manage to get so many Biden ads and No Trump ads.

    James CallenderJames Callender2 oy oldin
  • No harness at all on the roof, Andrew what’s up!

    patrick rigaudpatrick rigaud2 oy oldin
  • Que perrito mas hermoso tienes! 🐾💓💓💓💓💓💓🇨🇱

    Ema WatsonEma Watson2 oy oldin
  • So aren't you going to get rust running off the roof ? If you park a vehicle under the overhang, it will get rust water running on it ?

    TechGuyTechGuy2 oy oldin
  • That has to be the heaviest roof ever made in the entire world

    Burn Dog AustraliaBurn Dog Australia2 oy oldin
  • I hope high winds don't knock it down.

    DXT61DXT612 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Lol, i imagine so.

      DXT61DXT612 oy oldin
    • If they do, every other building on the planet would have fallen down first.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • "You could build a truck that lasted 100 years" I love the idea, pretty sure you'd be guaranteed a market if you decided to build a truck that could last that long...

    Joe BoswellJoe Boswell2 oy oldin
  • They have roll on or spray of roofing pain you can get for black top or asphalt roofs that will work well for your roof js

    mr. Hoolemr. Hoole2 oy oldin
  • I know i under bit the specification of o.35 wire but its based of bare minimum standards with human error is why I said 25k

    mr. Hoolemr. Hoole2 oy oldin
  • O.35 wire in perfect conditions can hold 25k pounds per square inch and 0.40 or 0.45 wire hold and tensile strength are higher in perfect condition when welding 2 metals together with wire feed you are basically stitching 2 metals with a 3rd metal. Metal bolts always have a gap moisture can protrude into and all the structural weight is relied on those bolts so in hindsight joining three Metals together that have zero Gap in any air rated and elements available construction style like this its way better to weld it together.

    mr. Hoolemr. Hoole2 oy oldin
  • The exansion/contraction with temperaturs changes must produce considerable internal stresses. How are these catered for with the sheeting being welded on?

    Julian LeCircleJulian LeCircle3 oy oldin
  • Those stairs are too much for Levi. He needs help with his arthritis AC.

    44bett44bett3 oy oldin
  • That a roof on steroid

    Ernest MartinezErnest Martinez3 oy oldin
  • Cool building is in rural area

    Simon AbboudSimon Abboud3 oy oldin
  • The most heavy duty flashing...ever.

    Rush AustinRush Austin3 oy oldin
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