Moving a building

6-Sen, 2019
1 337 404 Ko‘rishlar soni

Moving a building 30 feet that was slightly over a property line. Using a backhoe and skid steer to slide it.

  • guys are very profesional and very clean...nice to watch your video....wating for more

    Julio VelezJulio Velez2 kun oldin
  • MAN YPU ARE THE BEST !!!! manz greetings from Serbia

    Milenko DubaićMilenko Dubaić5 kun oldin
  • Me, I would have cut power from the outside and just installed a pullout on the outside of the building. I would not have messed with the fuse box at all. Would have saved a ton of time and cost maybe 20 bucks more.

    lee gibsonlee gibson9 kun oldin
  • 2:01 that's actually really nice inside!!

    Amy's Garbage CanAmy's Garbage Can12 kun oldin
  • Wow buddy wach out

    Hector MaldonadoHector Maldonado13 kun oldin
  • Great video’s. Just need to make them shorter

    Edison CarterEdison Carter22 kun oldin
  • Great job Andrew!

    Susanne KniskernSusanne Kniskern24 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • 4X4, 4X4, Didn't get cut by the open door. Eh, he probably had a good reason. Been watching Andrew for a long time now. It never gets old.

    OmahabigbillOmahabigbillOy oldin
  • "It's 20 feet this way, by....uh, it's pretty big." :) Straight up honesty, love these vids.

    Scout RifleScout RifleOy oldin
  • Good job

    Rafael HerreraRafael HerreraOy oldin
  • Great job

    Ed BEd BOy oldin
  • you still got power in those wires unless you shut it of at the source, probably the house.

    Mark WalkerMark WalkerOy oldin
  • How does guy know how to do all this stuff???

    Hugh JinvaneyHugh JinvaneyOy oldin
  • It’s a good thing that you know how to do all that electrical...

    richardlwellingtonrichardlwellingtonOy oldin
  • Nice to see someone with attention to detail and really making sure the ground was level and no big rocks. 👍🏻👍🏻 fine job.

    Living LifeLiving LifeOy oldin
  • Great job Andrew keep up the good work

    Subscriber challenge 25k subs no videosSubscriber challenge 25k subs no videosOy oldin
  • He's way younger then me but he reminds me of my dad can do anything Andrew is one hard hard working young man love your projects much respect great job

    Anthony BuchanAnthony Buchan2 oy oldin
  • Jesse Mullers Video of Same Work

  • Where I live that is like a 3 family home which would be blocking the development of an apartment building 2 lots over

    LuckySlevin7LuckySlevin72 oy oldin
  • Good job Andrew! As always you do that extra step. That’s what will keep your business thriving. Hard to find people like you out there in this new world we live in. Keep on being you bud. Old school and taking pride in your work. That’s why I subscribe.

    Darwin NaberDarwin Naber2 oy oldin
  • That land looks like somewhere you would go if Zombies started roaming the

    Mr LeeMr Lee2 oy oldin
  • I'm surprised rats weren't living in that wall or under the building

    mr zedmr zed2 oy oldin
  • You are doing a great job, Andrew , I learn very much when I watch your video, thank you....I like your dog's.

    ooi jsooi js2 oy oldin
  • I bought a piece of property could not get a clear deed because the guy 40 bucks back taxes on a junk car

    William CreechWilliam Creech2 oy oldin
  • Getting clear deed entitled to the land that's the big deal with that building being on someone else's land

    William CreechWilliam Creech2 oy oldin
  • the owner should give the shed roof a clean and service .

    Richard WallingerRichard Wallinger2 oy oldin
  • So Im back at this job here where we moved this building this time last year. The new property owners want it gone so thats what we will be doing today!

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
    • Why would they want that gone? I would probably bring it to my house, lol.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • *Disclaimer* Dig safe definitely was used to mark all underground untilies prior to excavation. 😂

    Mike TMike T2 oy oldin
  • That shed looks like the termites got it. Better of trashing it. Other than that nice job improvise, adapt, and overcome.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.2 oy oldin
  • I'm surprised you didn't do a hard stand for the shed. It will settle into the soil over time.

    wayne goffwayne goff2 oy oldin
  • You got to fix that stack on that backhoe. It has a lot of play in it.

    James VadalaJames Vadala2 oy oldin
  • Why didn't use foklits or crane

    AAP BLADEAAP BLADE2 oy oldin
    • It didnt need to go up, just sideways.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • yeh, just one of those cases where even tho the two current owners may not have cared, the next owners might be those types that very much care and the bank or realtors don't want the hassle

    Erisi DlaritErisi Dlarit2 oy oldin
  • Looks like the crafsman's work shop lol

    hypercube33hypercube332 oy oldin
  • Such beautiful and considerate work

    Jean HawkenJean Hawken2 oy oldin
  • Shit Show!

    P AP A2 oy oldin
  • speaking of accidentally digging something up. my heart drops every time i hit an old discarded buried pipe. i swear whoever buried it was probably laughing their ass off thinking some poor sap like me might come along and hit it.

    Godw1ll99Godw1ll992 oy oldin
  • Did he shut 50 amps off at the destination panel and act like it wasn't live? Please tell me I'm mistaken?

    kevbocomethkevbocometh2 oy oldin
  • An army of one man. Good job!

  • Andrew, kudo's for your work ethic, you live out my dream. I am 70 now but I was always gravitating towards what you are doing. It is a tonic to watch you work AND TIDY UP AFTERWARDS.

    Pieter KrugerPieter Kruger2 oy oldin
  • Andrew I truly appreciate your videos I'm 70 years young. I learn from watching you as you learn by doing.... I do have a question do you have a family wife children or is Levi your family? Thanks

    Michael ZorroMichael Zorro2 oy oldin
  • I'm your fan of Brazil Congratulations for the beautiful services

    João Marcos husqvarnaJoão Marcos husqvarna2 oy oldin
  • I've been watching your videos for a long time now and I know you're not an idiot, I'm sure you handled the electrical feed safely, but (8:45) it's a good practice to get into pulling your hots off first and your neutral off last. I'm not sure if you did this but it's actually a very important habit to get into. I'll give a short explanation. If you're working on something hot and pull the neutral off first, the current from the device/equipment is trying to find a path "to ground". Getting whacked by 120/240v sucks but the only amperage is the resistance of your body vs the voltage. If you pull the neutral off first you have the resistance of your body and all the amperage of the equipment. Neutraul shocks will F***k you up. Another reason it's worth adopting this is that you're removing the neutral from a panel. If a sub panel loses its neutral, the devices on one phase of the panel are now in series (electrically) with the devices/equipment on the other phase of the panel. It will damage pretty much everything that's plugged in drawing a current. It's a really good habit to get into, I can't tell for sure if you had the hots off already or not but it could literally save your life to get into that habit. The rest of your content is excellent though and I learn so much from you in pretty much every video I've seen of yours.

    goaliedude32goaliedude322 oy oldin
  • The whole time I'm watching I am trying to figure out how the hell you are gonna do it... and even your solution surprised me. Why did he just offer the neighbor what he paid you for an easement or a chunk of the land.

    ACoustaDCACoustaDC2 oy oldin
  • Did check to see if level? With all the lumber you have, you can make a proper stand for your fork truck. Then no standing on roofs to cut branches. I'm not sure about USA, but Canada is safety first.

    Emelen123 JamesulaEmelen123 Jamesula2 oy oldin
  • Each year those ramps get heavier. One day you'll get a trailer with hydraulic camps. But the good news...everything gets heavier to everyone as we age.

    Emelen123 JamesulaEmelen123 Jamesula2 oy oldin
  • Is an extendahoe worth the extra money?

    Otto CarrOtto Carr2 oy oldin
    • Just get an excavator if you want to dig.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • you're realy the best !! whaou !!

    Mimalo 13Mimalo 132 oy oldin
  • I would find the cable from the outside , and remove it or cut it from there..After shutting down main power of course ..all the work in the house to remove and soon restore it all back..

    BlackBerry GNUBlackBerry GNU2 oy oldin
  • Cool project! You are genius. It's cool to watch.

    sanmarco campsanmarco camp2 oy oldin
  • That backhoe is strong.

    MJM’s WorkshopMJM’s Workshop2 oy oldin
  • Normally if you had hired out a job like this you'd be concerned if just one guy showed up. Not with Andrew. He brings a lot with him.....and Levi.

    Dan-oDan-o2 oy oldin
  • This fucker can do everything

    Richard KelbeRichard Kelbe2 oy oldin
  • Andrew is not a hack!! hes a very conscientious person...are you one of them "hacks" Mr. cmja2012 most contractors these days are usually crackheads that dont own a wrist watch

    toxin911toxin9112 oy oldin
  • "This property line stake will probably get knocked over. Better mark it with orange spray." Wait for the end... Still standing!

    BaolachBaolach2 oy oldin
  • Awesome

    TruFantom21TruFantom213 oy oldin
  • Do u have a 300mm wide spade? For thos small trenches

    Bonzo KayeBonzo Kaye3 oy oldin
  • i really enjoyed watching you move this shed, great job my friend.

    James WulzenJames Wulzen3 oy oldin
  • And where he leaves the mice under the house, he did the pest control for 25 days, against the mice ...?!, It is very assiduous that in temperate rainy climates, a large number of mice nest, especially in houses of aged woods.😆

    Ignacio JimenezIgnacio Jimenez3 oy oldin
  • I watched nearly 5 hours of your videos. Just fascinating. Wish you would show us how you built your house & garage. Super dude.

    Val WorledgeVal Worledge3 oy oldin
    • There are a bunch of videos on here building that garage.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • Great job, nicely done.

    Garner AdkinsGarner Adkins3 oy oldin
  • Your a 110% guy you'll always have work!.

    rick morrowrick morrow3 oy oldin
  • Thanks for sharing. But won't the 6X6s rot out and the blocks wold be better? But I don't know.

    The SentinelThe Sentinel3 oy oldin
  • Love your ethics Andrew.

    Robert LatheRobert Lathe3 oy oldin
  • "It's 20 foot by......I dunno it's pretty big." Andrew, your videos are a joy.

    Uncle_GuidoUncle_Guido3 oy oldin
  • I think in a past life this kid was the one who built the pyramids

    andrew villanoandrew villano3 oy oldin
  • I would have had you to take it down. Looks like it has seen better days.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.3 oy oldin
  • You always do a jam up job ANDREW! I really enjoyed this video brother!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • That would have been a good time to pour a concrete foundation and pull it up on that!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin
  • I always thought it was ridiculous how some people were fiercely territorial, An existing building is 3ft on my property? I HATE THE OWNER AND ALL OF HIS CHILDREN TEAR THE BUILDING DOWN THAT PRECIOUS 5 SQUARE FEET IS MINE ALL MINE NO ONE ELSES MINE!!!!!

    Joshua McpeekJoshua Mcpeek3 oy oldin
    • The shed over the property line. -- the owner was trying to sell the house, no bank would lend money because of the shed being over the property line. It was lawyers and more lawyers dotting the "i" and crossing "t", this has become common the last few years, the owners don't care, the banks care.

      David NullDavid Null2 oy oldin
  • good work man 👍

    A. NonymA. Nonym3 oy oldin
  • The building that you are moving had Asbestos around the wiring. Insulation is cream, insulation with Asbestosis is pink.

    Debbie HillDebbie Hill3 oy oldin
  • X

    Triệu Đặng VănTriệu Đặng Văn3 oy oldin
  • a chainsaw for cutting small branches waste of fuel and money

    visesh seernamvisesh seernam3 oy oldin
  • Always more to a job then ya think

    Love JetFuelLove JetFuel3 oy oldin
  • I sure do like your work!

    Recon OneRecon One3 oy oldin
  • You should give Levi a hardhat and promote him to supervisor!

    UnknownEventUnknownEvent3 oy oldin
  • As Larry David would say...Pretty pretty good Andrew...

    Richard BeckRichard Beck4 oy oldin
  • Andrew, you maneuver things so nicely with your machines. As a kid you seemed dedicated to destroy! As an adult functioneer, you are now a builder and constructor; I admire that much more!

    Fritz DoerringFritz Doerring4 oy oldin
  • I can’t believe you haven’t isolated the electrical supply from its source .!! You disconnected live cables and then just taped them up !

    Gus MGus M4 oy oldin
  • You're awesome in your work. You're this by yourself. WOW, it's crazy, but you need to get some help.. Thanks for sharing, get at it.

    Sir. Tony Blair. jrSir. Tony Blair. jr4 oy oldin
  • ottimo video come sempre andrew ti sequo dall'italia mi piace come affronti tutti i lavori che fai GENIALE. mi piacerebbe sapere dove svolgi tutti i video che fai posti bellissimi lavorare nel verde dei boshi e molto bello un saluto dall'italia.

    bolofabribolofabri4 oy oldin
  • did you seriously rip apart that dividing frame and then just stick it back in place like nobody would notice?

    Michael SMichael S4 oy oldin
  • AND you did a great job making everything look nice again! "Hey you should get Andrew, he not only does the job but leaves everything tidied up!"

    Aqua PeetAqua Peet4 oy oldin
  • Andrew, you have a lot of common sense. My day used to always tell me that common sense isn't so common. I like to watch you work because you always have a plan and it works.

    Alan EndelAlan Endel4 oy oldin
  • Won't those 6Xs rot out in a few years? Respect on the clean-up.

    Bobs YouruncleBobs Youruncle4 oy oldin
    • Doesn't matter if the people are moving. :)

      carmangarycarmangary4 oy oldin
  • Good job well done....

    John D. CromwellJohn D. Cromwell4 oy oldin
  • This is why here in the UK we tend to put some sort of fence, wall or hedge on the boundary - no arguments then as to whose it is.

    AshjukAshjuk4 oy oldin
  • Tighten the exhaust stack on that backhoe.

    richard Turkrichard Turk4 oy oldin
  • bruh, no gloves and respirator while handling that insulation.

    redblackpilledredblackpilled5 oy oldin
  • Die beide Jungens sind sehr kreativ. Es macht Spaß, sie bei der Arbeit Zuzuschauen. Danke für dieses Video! Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland!

    Erich MichaelisErich Michaelis5 oy oldin
    • "The two boys are very creative. They are fun at work To watch. Thanks for this video! Warm greetings from Germany!"

      David NullDavid Null2 oy oldin
  • You are a genius

    tvctvc5 oy oldin
  • I like how Andrew never misses a chance to take off his shirt.

    Djamel HamdiaDjamel Hamdia5 oy oldin
  • so rare to see someone work as diligently and at reasonable rates. Very uncommon these days

    Microwaved SodaMicrowaved Soda5 oy oldin
  • You forgot the insulation under the electric box

    Daniyar KurmashevDaniyar Kurmashev5 oy oldin
  • Sure wished you lived in Dallas. Ga. Paulding County. You are a real professional and always leave it better looking when you finish. Good job, lot of respect for you.

    Tony JacksonTony Jackson5 oy oldin
  • You did a wonderful job, we need someone like you around here, somebody who does the job right.

    Mary JohnsonMary Johnson5 oy oldin
  • What not to do when operating power tools...stand on top of the excavator with a chainsaw

    John TiffaultJohn Tiffault5 oy oldin
    • Why. Its a stable platform.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • Great job Andrew, I like the way you think son, Can you do me a favour though and do the bushes and pins on the kobelco digger the rattling and the loose thumb is driving me crazy LOL

    Jon HollandJon Holland5 oy oldin