Setting up a shipping container cabin

17-May, 2019
901 102 Ko‘rishlar soni

Spray foam insulating a shipping container.
Using a bulldozer to clear a new road
Dragging the shipping container into place
Tour of the finished container cabin

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  • I would have thought all the foam you paid for under the container would have dragged of

    GregGreg17 soat oldin
    • Nah, those ribs are too close together.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 soat oldin
  • Had that container bounced again or just one of those tires slipped, the already compromised structural integrity of that box would have been damaged beyond repair. The sides are the strongest link with half the walls already blown out, it definitely got ruined more lol. I cringed when that chain went thru the "center" bc you know the builder/owner took time on welding that window frame- damn...

    Gabriel ChaparroGabriel Chaparro5 kun oldin
  • Would it not of been easier to hook it to the blade and pick it up some and then drive backward??

    Scott KScott K6 kun oldin
  • 15:50 goodbye bottom spray foam

    MindCrimeMindCrime7 kun oldin
  • Bad planning

    Edd BayesEdd Bayes7 kun oldin
    • How, everything got done exactly how he wanted it to.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 kun oldin
  • The c can has hook point on each side, I would have hooked to them to tool it over so I didn’t bend or mess anything up, just me I guess🥴

    Robert Rhoades IVRobert Rhoades IV9 kun oldin
  • I wonder how much foam is left underneath that container now?

    bradh74bradh7411 kun oldin
  • so about the spray foam underneath? Won't it almost certainly become the home of at least a dozen mice? Not that they'll have a way in, but still, is it in any way a reasonable concern?

    HexHex11 kun oldin
  • 5:04 you're shaking hands with danger...

    lhalloran94lhalloran9414 kun oldin
  • do you think if you turned and pulled backwords while lifting the blade would have worked better it workes for me on dragging huge logs

    jimgabbard112754jimgabbard11275415 kun oldin
    • No, it would just tilt the machine, way more power dragging off the draw bar.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata15 kun oldin
  • I like watching Andrew on my 65" curved Samsung HD Tv i just get it on my cell Samsung 10+ then transfer it to the Tv i have been just watching Andrew on my cell phone woop woop

    Emmitt ArrowoodEmmitt Arrowood16 kun oldin
  • Shame about the trees! Just got there and already causing environmental impact.

    Robert ThorpeRobert Thorpe16 kun oldin
  • Andrew thank you for sharing your repairs and thoughts re purchasing of equipment.

    David ChambersDavid Chambers18 kun oldin
  • Does that spray foam on the bottom do anything since all those ribs are metal?

    wowtwowt18 kun oldin
  • Even cut up, I guess you can be pretty rough with those containers! LOL.

    Jeff RandellJeff Randell18 kun oldin
  • 8 ads breaks in a 24 minute video, are you kidding me!

    Michael PhillipsMichael Phillips19 kun oldin
  • Imagine waking up and there’s a bear or other wild animal staring at you while you were sleeping.😧

    supra drivensupra driven20 kun oldin
  • You could have used a couple skids there and that would have went much easier and the bottom foam wouldn't have gotten all torn up.

    William MalenfantWilliam Malenfant20 kun oldin
  • wow , thats a bright idea to have windows and solar panelsso close to the trees , a nice shade and view of big tree you can touch

    Stan GilesStan Giles20 kun oldin
  • Andrew: -We should remove some trees, let me get my bulldozer Everyone else: -You mean chainsaw? Andrew: -What? Everyone else: -What?

    Simon LundmarkSimon Lundmark22 kun oldin
  • Andrew - can you do a video on how you bid different types of work ?

    WFWF28 kun oldin
  • You should use wheels under the container

    JoeJoe29 kun oldin
  • They should've placed the container where it is going, or close... tip it, do whatever underneath, spray foam it, place it in it's home (hopefully a few inches away) then cut it up and build the inside...

    Anthony SilvaAnthony SilvaOy oldin
  • Why didn't you insulated on the place that u wanted it? Meaning drag it then insulated? Just saying. Im still impressed

    Juan Carlos MunozJuan Carlos MunozOy oldin
  • Shouldn't they have done it before starting the conversation?

    sam Gouldsam GouldOy oldin
  • Massacre de la nature !!!!!!

    Mx5 GmxMx5 GmxOy oldin
  • Mankind is environments worst enemy.

    tarmas Khalifatarmas KhalifaOy oldin
  • Andrew! You're marring the finish!

    Alex TAlex TOy oldin
  • The underneath was not damaged? The insulation?

    baby blue shoesbaby blue shoesOy oldin
    • It was not damaged.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • thats what i wanna do! i think this is the simplest and cheapest way then buy a shell cabin for 6 k or higher !

    Tacoma FANTacoma FANOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • I really would remove a few trees for sunlight vis-a-vis the solar panels, also to do some gardening. Otherwise, pretty great little spot!

    N. VandervortN. VandervortOy oldin
  • Nice job getting it done. How does that solar work with all those tree's? Good luck.

    Gorden GeckoGorden GeckoOy oldin
  • ... call this Woods In The House cabin... the smart ones are shauning urban cost of living for simpler open country living... envious

    Moun BakkoMoun BakkoOy oldin
  • Surely some sort of skid plate under the front edge would have made the job a lot easier - not trying to drag 600 lbs of dirt and doing so much less damage to the underside.

    Nigel SkeltonNigel SkeltonOy oldin
  • When you pulled the container over why didn’t you pull it from the lifting pockets rather than the window that had been cut into it? Surely would have been a stronger option. Great video though and slowly working back through your catalogue of work! 👏👏👍

    Graeme The GreatGraeme The GreatOy oldin
  • that's just perfect

    jonhm peresjonhm peresOy oldin
  • Pure solars, he should really consider putting them up on the tree

    Measuring Instruments ReviewsMeasuring Instruments ReviewsOy oldin
  • I would be very tempted to build a treehouse high enough to roof it with solar panels. With a small one person winch.elevator for access.

    arbeeexarbeeex2 oy oldin
  • so cool to take out those trees like that ! I had to see it to believe it, wonder what it cost for the dozer and operator for the day ! firewood galore !

    jwillwonjwillwon2 oy oldin
  • amazing

    jay sawjay saw2 oy oldin
  • You've got to be careful with trees. It doesn't take much to take a branch through the chest.

    Alex StevensonAlex Stevenson2 oy oldin
    • Alex Stevenson got to pay attention doing that work. And be able too see what’s going to happen before it happens.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • Hahaha that safety check after he tipped it was great

    Ben RanceBen Rance2 oy oldin
  • I'd want to add another container on top for 2 additional bedrooms, a bath and large deck.

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak Eddy2 oy oldin
  • As many of those containers you move, I'm surprised you haven't made some sled runners to stick in the holes of each corner of the container.

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak Eddy2 oy oldin
  • There goes the insulation on the bottom of the floor.

    J ArmstrongJ Armstrong2 oy oldin
  • That's beautiful country out there.

    Perry FabrisPerry Fabris2 oy oldin
  • Why no concrete ?

    chris devitochris devito2 oy oldin
  • So much for the bottom spray foam. But the lane is graded.

    Emelen123 JamesulaEmelen123 Jamesula2 oy oldin
  • Well kids, now you know why you should never walk home alone.

    RGRG2 oy oldin
  • WTF was the point in spray foaming the bottom?

    Got Bait AlaskaGot Bait Alaska2 oy oldin
  • A drive leveling

    ALEX LONGORIAALEX LONGORIA2 oy oldin
  • It seems like a waste of space to have that big couch and no TV.

    ikkuranusikkuranus2 oy oldin
  • Considering they knew they were going to have to cut down some large trees to get the container to the final site, I'm surprised they didn't cut them down earlier and make a skid for the container rather than dragging it all or creation like that. The whole thing seems arse backwards to me.... but then what do I know!?

    John SmithJohn Smith2 oy oldin
  • The solar panels look a bit silly under all those trees, it's a catch 22 though because containers tend to get baking hot in the sun so you don't want it in the sun either. I guess the ideal is to have the container in the shade, but solar panels someplace else in the sun.

    RussellRussell2 oy oldin
  • This guy is rough and reckless,all that foam insulation gets sprayed underneath and then you drag the container 1000-2000 feet.Then you have solar panels but very little sunlight getting thru because to many trees.

    cleo0399cleo03992 oy oldin
  • I think I found Waldo!

    Kevin MccauleyKevin Mccauley2 oy oldin
  • damn your technique on the bulldozer is super solid. you knocked those trees down no problem

    s hs h2 oy oldin
  • In a thousand years time, an archeologist will be scratching his head trying to work out how that container floated in from the ocean

    Burn Dog AustraliaBurn Dog Australia2 oy oldin
  • Dolley wheels would be a great investment for this job

    Burn Dog AustraliaBurn Dog Australia2 oy oldin
  • ok now! this is pretty cool, especially not being on a hipster-ed up episode of HGTV but, real life!

    cdoublejjcdoublejj2 oy oldin
  • “When you can have fun at your job, It’s Not really work.” Andrew C.

    Tree ClimberTree Climber2 oy oldin
  • I love your videos but also I have to say it's sad to see up state NY disappear 50 to 100 trees at a time. I'm no tree huger but how long can it last. It seems like every time you send your drone into the sky I'm seeing more and more spots where someone else cut out 100 trees to make there dream home in the beautiful forest of NY. It's kind of like that short film I saw once where this crew of workers shows up and parks in front of this beautiful forest. They go to work with chainsaws and Bulldozers and clear out about 200 beautiful trees and smooth out the land. Then the carpenters arrive and began building this huge Bill board with lights and all. After they finish and leave the camera pans up where you can see the front of the sign which reads simply. HELP PROTECT OUR FOREST. It's okay though because they planted several new trees purchased at a local nursery.

    kagnewmp12kagnewmp122 oy oldin
  • Haha i don't get why not just put it on a trailer lol, that was funny to watch

    Guy BeanGuy Bean2 oy oldin
  • Hey dude. check out EZY wheels for moving containers about. Im going to order some too. Makes life easier but i dont have the luxury of a dozer

    James CuttsJames Cutts2 oy oldin
  • He fucked that container all up. I would have been pissed off.

    RynomanRynoman2 oy oldin
  • Is that a complete off-grid setup? Lots of glass. Hate to wake up with a sasquatch staring at you.

    2199SPUDMAN2199SPUDMAN3 oy oldin
  • Containers are cool. I would much rather live in one of them than a mobile home. But shouldn't the thing be put up on blocks or something to stave off rust? Thanks for sharing.

    The SentinelThe Sentinel3 oy oldin
  • Levi luvs it!

    Jerry ForemanJerry Foreman3 oy oldin
  • Blade goes towards container to lift front off ground a little.

    Brandon PowellBrandon Powell3 oy oldin
  • Logical to do: 1. make the road ; 2: drag the container ;3: cut windows and doors ;4: isolate ;5: paint ; oh, and don't forget to put the windows exactly looking at trees

    een testeen test3 oy oldin
  • You choose ugly music for your videos.

    Bob KellyBob Kelly3 oy oldin
  • 14:08 not very safe . . plus the dope with the cigarette stayed under there - that could have turned in to a bad day

    Cobra1Cobra13 oy oldin
  • I would have put 2 side by side ...

    Michael SimMichael Sim3 oy oldin
  • i think you should bigger dozers

    visesh seernamvisesh seernam3 oy oldin
  • cool

    Andy WarringtonAndy Warrington3 oy oldin
  • Why didn't you use a trailer instead of dragging it on the dirt

    Rodney CavalloRodney Cavallo4 oy oldin
  • Any reason the government can't employ the unemployed to build cheap container housing for the homeless?

    Alex RuzgusAlex Ruzgus4 oy oldin
  • I love the way you do everything Andrew. You are the coolest person. And the way you film these is exceptional. You tell great stories. Such an artist. Music, everything. I just came upon your stuff. Thank you very much for being you.

    Barry MacAuslandBarry MacAusland4 oy oldin
  • I really appreciate the follow-ups. One year later, let's go back when it's raining, here's what it looks like when's it's covered in snow...

    Darien NewmanDarien Newman4 oy oldin
  • He is leveling the driveway with the container at the same time doing two jobs in one ☝️

    Carlos GomezCarlos Gomez4 oy oldin
  • Solid idea to put the short guy near the chain when tipping it back over.

    Ice Rink DiariesIce Rink Diaries4 oy oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/jZqqbdmoeJKrqYg

    Taffarel BrasilTaffarel Brasil4 oy oldin
  • The crown of stupidity is here... They roll and spray the bottom of the container Then scratch it below, through this movement operation.😡 Spare me ....🥤😂 Either , he is totally stupid, OR he plays his role Very Well..😎 Both ways, he has regular audience and "likes". Double Bravo , for his generated noise and promotion ......😠

    Christos PanopoulosChristos Panopoulos4 oy oldin
  • PATIO AND WATER GENERATOR AND YOUR ALL SET. FANTASTIC JOB DAD

    discowormdiscoworm4 oy oldin
  • NO MORE INSULATION , BUT HELL ,IT'S IN PLACE. LOOKING GOOOD

    discowormdiscoworm4 oy oldin
  • That container is going to be rat infested in no time. Bet there is no insulation left on the bottom. Should have mounted the container on concrete pillars

    richard Turkrichard Turk4 oy oldin
    • I do not think rodents chew into that type of insulation. That ground is all rock there, that thing is not going to sink. And even if it did, it would be easy to adjust it with a jack.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • Is it me or are those studs really warped?

    Nicholas BruleNicholas Brule4 oy oldin
  • What an awesome location. Now all I would need would be a 4,000 square foot shop. :)

    4x4Scout4x4Scout4 oy oldin
  • Well, I have seen ground levelers made like the bottom of that container. It seems like it did a decent job of grading that driveway. :)

    4x4Scout4x4Scout4 oy oldin
  • Andrew, I am sure that you have heard about these shipping container wheel kits, but I wanted you to have the link to the 6 minute video anyway, just in case you do more projects like this video here involves. You are probably capable of making this rig yourself, if you did not want to buy it. I have surrounded the link in quotes. Just click on the blue print to view the wheels video link. "uzworld.info/player/video/jZqqbdmoeJKrqYg"

    Rick BuecheRick Bueche4 oy oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/jZqqbdmoeJKrqYg

    Devon MoncrieffeDevon Moncrieffe5 oy oldin
  • Talk about a box scraper. X D

    tsmall07tsmall075 oy oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/q52rl8-YfcObl6o You need to get this andrew might help cut down costs

    John LogueJohn Logue5 oy oldin
  • Thats gotta be the strongest chain on earth, every time you put a dynamic load on it, yanking it, i cringed

    Maurice Milles MansaMaurice Milles Mansa5 oy oldin
  • Holy crap, that turned out so much nicer than I'd imagine!

    I lick the insides of microwave popcorn packagesI lick the insides of microwave popcorn packages5 oy oldin
  • Should of cleared a road and put that thing on some dollies instead of dragging newly sprayed foam on jagged rocks for thousands of feet. Then again how would they ever know hot air rises cold air sinks. You wont get much cold air from the floor anyway but just saying I wouldn't have dragged it like that

    Robert BRobert B5 oy oldin
    • Yeah true. After all the customer is always right

      Robert BRobert B5 oy oldin
    • We talked about it, that's what he wanted me to do. With the ribs on the container, the foam was mostly untouched.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • 14:11 duck your head slightly... yes that will save you from the weight of a shipping container.

    bailey125bailey1255 oy oldin
  • You'd of been 100x better if you wrapped chain over bucket, lifted up, and backed it down.

    bucksnort bumblefukbucksnort bumblefuk5 oy oldin
  • You need one of those forest loggers that cut trees ... i don't know if you seen one yet?

    Captain JaxCaptain Jax5 oy oldin
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