Building the Dream Final Episode: How to Build a Shop

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, November 21, 2018
  • Thank you so much for following along in our journey to build this dream shop for our client. I hope you learned something, were entertained, or just inspired to go out and build something as I was to film all this for you. If you enjoy the series, please subscribe and share with your friends that might also enjoy it. I greatly appreciate all the support and stay tuned for the next build series.

    Please watch: "Building a Mancave 8: Porch roof and trim details"


  • Joe Framer
    Joe Framer  yesterday

    Made with communist Chinese free tools,,,sad watching all these guys sell out for free harder you’ll be able to afford your own tools. Hope work picks up for ya, so you can stop selling out Americans and American companies for a red China paycheck.

  • Hans Schnitzel
    Hans Schnitzel  7 days ago


  • Phatboi Performance

    God I want something like this built on my property but everyone I call want like 178k to do it

  • scott mallery
    scott mallery  14 days ago +1

    So ur in Sterling rock falls? if I knew that we woulda got a bid from you doing a 60x80 in Kewanee right now using ur videos for references on our first building

  • Crostofer Blake
    Crostofer Blake  14 days ago

    very nice work .. excellent attention to details .. which is rare in construction works as usually everything done so crudely

  • Tyler Susong
    Tyler Susong  14 days ago

    Whats the price range for a project like that?

  • Brendan Carlson
    Brendan Carlson  14 days ago

    No bathroom?

  • Dan Davidson
    Dan Davidson  14 days ago

    Really cool, more windows, more windows!!!

  • Samson Meier
    Samson Meier  21 days ago

    That's gotta be 1/4 million dollar shop

  • danny churcvh
    danny churcvh  21 days ago

    that turned out pretty bad assed. enjoyed watching the whole process.

  • TheNutzandBoltz
    TheNutzandBoltz  21 days ago +1

    As I find myself always wanting more, always wanting what I don't have, I have to thank God for my two healthy boys. Man that is one sweet shop.

  • doorran
    doorran  21 days ago +1

    I'd live in that if it has a shower.

  • tim barton
    tim barton  21 days ago +1

    Awesome build and great info

  • jazzys automotive
    jazzys automotive  21 days ago +1

    To whom it may concern,

    I came across your youtube channel the other day,Fantastic builds.

    I have a question for you I live here on the East coast and we bought a property that has a pole barn on it.Well it was ok a few years ago and over the years the metal sheeting on the side(rotting away) and the Fiberglass panels (skylights)started to leak.

    Well to make a long story short I tried to get replacement panels for our pole barn,called numerous builders here on the east coast and they said we can get the panels that we have so they are telling me that I have to replace all the panels.

    So I watch your youtube channel and I noticed that the steel panels that you use on your buildings are the same exact panels thats on our pole barn.

    Is their anyway I can get in touch with your supplier or something to get this issue thats getting bigger buy the year?

    Thanks for your time


  • omgnothingisavl
    omgnothingisavl  21 days ago

    whatd the concrete cost?

  • SaltyBrains
    SaltyBrains  21 days ago

    So it's been a year - did you get back for how it's held up in a year of being used ? would love to see it.

  • Ken Kim
    Ken Kim  21 days ago

    What does this cost?

  • Really Happenings
    Really Happenings  21 days ago

    For me I'd rather work in the cold than shell out such cash for a heated floor. easier to warm yourself than a huge space. build a huge wood stove, wear heavy clothes, or just live in the right place. how much wasted energy to heat such a huge space.

  • Dayton Wintle
    Dayton Wintle  1 months ago


    Love the video

  • David Bigwood
    David Bigwood  1 months ago

    You guys do great work...