RR Buildings Shop Tour

Updated : Aug 30, 2019 in Articles

RR Buildings Shop Tour


what’s up guys it’s Kyle and today for
tools day we’re doing something special we’re finally doing the shop tour so what’s up guys this is pretty cool
because I think since I’ve been on YouTube I’ve been asked to do a shop
tour of my personal shop I built this thing about four or five years ago on my
nights my weekends and I know a lot of people gonna say hey what did that thing
cost I don’t know because I didn’t want to know I just wanted to do it right I
wanted to do it so that potential customers clients whatever they could
see it they could come and walk through it and you know really feel the space
because most people don’t know what size is until they’re in it and they can
touch and feel it so I want to do shop tour kind of as a celebratory hundred
Kay thank you and let’s just go through the shop I’ll take you through I’ll show
you what I’ve got and hopefully this will turn into something that when we
hit another milestone I’ll come back through and show you what has changed
because I’m constantly changing it I’m constantly trying to make it better make
it my shop and grow into it because I’m gonna be here for a long time so what
you guys will notice here first is this is kind of just my little office area
I sit here a lot when I’m either on the phone with a client a customer or I’m
just chilling on a Saturday literally I like to come out here when I can and
just sit and think about things tinker but this is where you know just a lot of
catch-all stuff goes stuff that I either receive or whatever tools come and go
and that’s kind of where I look at them and play with them over here on this
side this is this is actually probably the first thing that I bought when I did
the shop was this set of tool benches and these are store lock they’re custom
made they make these down and like I think it’s Joliet Illinois so it’s very
close to me I went I did a factory tour I picked out the bench set I wanted
these things are like super super heavy-duty you can like stand on these
drawers I probably will never I probably will never fill them up I mean I’ve just
got random stuff in here I’m not like super organized as you can see here I
just got a bunch of random stuff thrown about it’s like I come home I got tools
that I’m not using for the day or that I just got and I’ll just throw them here
pretty cool and a little something about me that maybe most people didn’t know
but this picture reminds me is I used to be a pole vaulter in college and that
was kind of my crew coach their kids and some of my teammates I was a four-time
all-american pole vaulter so pretty cool I’m proud of that and went to North
Central College in Naperville so big shout-out to the Cardinals here I you
know I kind of keep my I got some plaques for actually that’s here you go
that’s our building that we’re in right now that was kind of like the first
building that I submitted for a building of the year back in 2014 I mean that’s
my shop it got a first-place prize building of the year in the nfpa and I’m
pretty proud of that obviously so that’s really cool to have but we also won the
next year too for a building we did for a buddy of
mine who owns a car dealership and that was like his play building but anyway
enough about that I’m proud of that stuff I got a cool sign here that a
buddy from Instagram made me so I try to you know people make me things I’ve got
this sign here that that somebody made me make her experiment he’s over on
Instagram dude this is like a really sick sign that he made me to you know I
just tried to show that stuff off I’ve got people send me the shirts which I
love and I try to show that off and I kind of forgot to tell you I do a
sticker swap every Sunday night so if you’re not following me on Instagram
Sunday nights I try to do a sticker swap live that’s kind of where it started and
here’s like some of my stickers right here I send these out to people you know
on Instagram followers or whatever we do a sticker swap you can see down here
literally I keep all of that stuff just because I think it’s really cool that
people you know want to be a part of this and I’ll show you a little bit
later my trailer where you can see all those stickers but it all started right
here on this post this is kind of where I was gonna start it all and you can see
I got a bunch of stickers kind of set up around their stickers all around this
post I just kind of ran out of room real quickly so I was like I need a better
place to show this stuff off and that’s where I moved into my trailer which I’ll
show a little bit here but I’m kind of moving
on I have not done a whole lot of woodworking projects and I love doing
that but I just haven’t had the time and I actually took a little bit of time and
I made this charging station it’s like the only thing that I’ve actually made
furniture wise in here and I just kind of throw my you know my Milwaukee into
Walt batteries now I’ve got Hitachi and Makeda and other things that are just
you’ll see I mean batteries everywhere but this is kind of a cool memento if
you guys have been following me since the direst uh build series
this is his like one of the first prints that he had done and he he he mounted it
on the building as we were building it as you can see it’s all dirty because it
fell off one night in the rain and I just said I got to keep that of course
and here you got your the first ever redheaded stepchild
Martina’s m1 I keep that in here and then I’ve got a couple signed redheads
here by Marc Martinez so that’s kind of cool just mementos that I I mean I’m not
gonna swing that thing ever these are both custom hammers that my buddy Marc
gave me so I’ve got the tool benches here where I just keep you know
batteries and whatnot miscellaneous tools and kind of this is where you know
when tools get sent to me I just basically set them down here and then I
as I get time I try to get through to them but yeah I don’t even know I’m
gonna show you guys this but it’s kind of lame because I literally have done
like nothing with this space I always thought it was gonna be like maybe it
was gonna be my office but I don’t think I’ll ever sit out here and do work like
business work I’ve got a nice office in my house so I don’t know what I’m gonna
turn this space into it’s really you know I don’t I got this fridge here I
don’t even really I mean I keep some water in it I got clearly I’ve got some
cheese I don’t know what I’m doing with cheese in here and hot dogs frozen hot
dogs I have no idea that’s embarrassing but you know I just I keep everybody’s
hats people send me some hats and stuff I think it’s awesome I want to keep that
stuff so I don’t throw anything away clear
I’m not a hoarder but as you can see some of this stuff has literally been
sitting in this shop okay so maybe I am a hoarder
this TV is probably ten years old and I just can’t get rid of it I don’t know it
probably cost me twice as much as a stinking 50 inch screen cost today let’s
go ahead and head into the trailer I don’t normally have my trailer home but
since it’s here we’ll go ahead and walk into it and you can definitely see here
all of the stickers that’s the sticker wall I’m talking about it’s pretty cool
I have customers a lot of times they’ll ask me wire why do you have stickers of
all these other contractors in your trailer man I just think it’s cool I
think the community that’s been built up on social media has really you know
inspired and made a lot of people better people so I think this is awesome and it
just kind of represents this whole community so if you’re interested hit me
up DM me or whatever and I’d love to put your sticker up on the wall because I
think it’s awesome so this face up here I don’t know exactly what I’m gonna do
with it once again and to be honest maybe that’s where down below in the
comments you guys give me some ideas my wife said I should put a bar up here but
I’m thinking second-story bar I don’t even drink that much so it doesn’t even
make sense but maybe a little studio recording or
something cool up here I don’t know it’s just I kind of like it I always thought
that I would put a sweet railing up here which I should have a railing and maybe
a little room back in the corner but then the rest of this just opened for a
cool little spot it’s just cool to look out kind of into the shop because it’s
obviously just a good view from up here so pretty cool thing here Beecham barn
you might have seen this in some of the videos but my buddy rusty he’s out in
North Carolina and he’s got a brand called Beecham barn obviously me being a
barn builder we kind of just connected and that’s where my surfing rooster hat
comes from that’s a collaboration I did with rusty and he got this thing made
with the beach in barn are are pretty cool when we announced the Hat that we
we put out and it’s a cool hat so I’ll throw the link down below if anybody’s
interested I don’t care it’s not about making money it’s just a cool hat
so that’s really all that’s up here hopefully one day I can make this space
cool and I think that’s where maybe the next video at another milestone maybe
I’ll have done some of this and my motivation will be that milestone in
kind of some of the comments that you guys give me so definitely let me know I
I have no idea what it could be but it could be something cool let’s go
downstairs the next thing if nothing else maybe this motivates me to either
do some organization or finish these stairs let’s go over here this is
actually kind of a cool story because this is the reason that I was able to
build this shop was because my wife had a horse coming home and it was her horse
that she grew up with so the horse came to my wife after being gone at college
her parents sold it it came back to her the person sold it back to my wife and
this is a multiple world champion showman horse his name’s buddy I don’t
know what ton about horses but he just slobbered all over my hand he’s a really
good horse and so this space is actually my wife’s domain she loves it she loves
coming out here and I could care less but I’m happy that she’s happy so let’s
get out of here and let’s get back into my space okay so this is kind of just my
tool storage it’s once again somewhat lacking stuff comes in out of the
trailer I throw it on this tool racks and you know whatever I don’t need all
of these tools every day on the job site so this is kind of where they go in
between uses some are doubles some I don’t use hardly at all anymore whether
I’ve changed you know paths from back in the day remodeling or whatever I do have
a little bathroom it’s nothing crazy but you know it’s nice to have when you’re
out here literally a sink someone gave me so it’s not that great but it’s
awesome and obviously where you got to do your business back here and maybe you
guys can help me with this but I’ve got all of the air air hoses are all lined
in the shop walls for future air I guess and I don’t know what kind of compressor
I want to do so honestly it’s not something that I’ve really spent a lot
of time thinking about but maybe you guys can help me with that and let me
know what the best shop compressor is nothing special in here let’s go ahead
we’ll go up on this side in this mezzanine real quick and I’ll show you
what I got so this is another one of those catch-all places clearly Kyle
can’t let things go because I’m looking around and I don’t hardly ever come up
here a lot of fasteners extras pieces you know just parts and stuff of the job
they will they’ll get put up here and they’ll just go to die like I haven’t
laid hardwood flooring in forever but here’s my Bostitch hardwood flooring
nailer and maybe someday I’ll end up doing it but for the most part these
tools are corded tools pneumatic tools things that have just kind of had better
days I’m kind of funny here I got this sign I mean this goes back real
renovators roofing there was a point where I thought I was gonna be a roofer
man well I’m not gonna offend anybody but I’m not a roofer that’s not what I
love I love building buildings so nothing really cool up here got this
sweet Christmas tree it just showed up at my house one day
my mother-in-law dropped it over and I guess maybe we’ll put it up and then
after Thanksgiving so pretty soon so let’s go over here we’ve got the the are
our buildings you know workout room this is where we got to stay fit stay healthy
that way we can stay safe on the job no that’s actually all a joke I probably
should use this more as I get older but things are always going and we’re always
busy but this is kind of the space that my wife and I thought we’ll go ahead and
use this little area in the shop it’ll give us a place to you know hit the bike
the treadmill pump some iron you know do those curls but I really don’t use it
that much and I should actually one of my dreams with my shop when I was
growing up and I remember when I started to build this was I wanted a basketball
court I wanted to be able to shoot hoops inside because I did love basketball I
still do and I wanted a space to park a motor home because I always wanted to
travel to the Rockies in a Motorhome so I I think I’m living the dream here
because I got I got my hoop and I got my motor home now it may have been a while
but kind of want to take a take a shot real quick if I can find a ball around
here my kids up right here here we go let’s see hopefully you cut out all those missions
let’s keep up with this tour here so back here once again is one of these
things that I don’t use all the time if you want I’ll tag the video for this if
you don’t know what this is it’s a Swenson shear and I’m not talking about
the pink bike it’s this orange and black thing it’s used to cut ribbed profiled
steel you can see that pretty cool tool but this is my commercial break here
it’s a Tapco maximum XL 12 foot 6 break I got it in an auction and so if ever
I’ve got to make some quick bends this is where I do it and we’re just gonna
walk around the motor home here got my dolly snow blower got this I don’t even
know this random shelf that’s not even full we got I don’t know this is oh I
know what this is so my major goal and you can see here
I’ve got a lot of random materials leftovers I got trim pieces I got all
sorts of stuff and I try to keep the extras but I don’t really have a good
space for it so I’ve got this large shop but I don’t have good storage my goal is
to put up another shed at some point right over here where I’m gonna keep all
my extras because I’ve got my lumber I’ve got the sonotubes that we use for
all of our piers I don’t even know why I’ve got like 20 extra tool belts these
are like all of the like $50 tool belts that I used to buy now I just wear the
diamondbacks they’re way better quality and they’re hopefully gonna last a lot
longer because I don’t know why I have these but I got Windows these are my
Windows that I keep in stock for the building’s old windows boxes of silicon
I’ve got my old corded Dewalt miter saw my old Porter Cable jobsite circ saw so
like I just really need to clean house find a good place find a good home for
some of this stuff this is kind of where the boxes of garbage go and then when
there’s a nice day outside I’ll I’ll usually recycle or burn the cardboard I
know someone’s gonna hate me for burning cardboard but nobody picks up recycling
here in the middle of the country that’s kind of the shop tour really the only
other couple things with God is you know this is my truck you guys have seen it
it’s not really a shop tour you know obviously we got the Motorhome it’s kind
of hard to miss I don’t really want to get into that we’re not doing a
Motorhome tour today but I did want to point out the love rack you guys if you
haven’t I did do like a little installation video of the lever a queer
got it surrounded by some lights for the tools day videos but it’s just a cool
it’s a cool set of shelves you can just push and pull and you know kind of get
in here and you got all your stuff on certain racks and it just is a nice kind
of nice way to organize and they just look sick so I’ll tag that video too if
you want to check it out but a couple specs about my shop so I know a lot of
you might be like that’s all cool Kyle tell us about your shop it’s a 60 by 88
18-foot tall sidewalls I’ve got a 24 foot wide by 16 foot tall three-inch
thick garage door and I’ve got a 16 foot by 16 foot 3 inch thick garage door so
that was kind of the maximum thickness high efficient door that I could get at
the time I’ve got my radiant tube heater that’s what heats this shop it’s super
efficient probably maybe I’ll spend about $500 a year keeping my shop heated
to about 55 60 degrees all winter long here in Northern Illinois so it’s very
efficient I’ve got an R 25 in the wall I got an R 45 in the ceiling and I’ve
house wrapped the entire building so this building was built before we were
doing the concrete pier so it is embedded post in the ground it makes me
cringe thinking about that because they will rot out at some point probably in
my lifetime I hope not but the reality is we try to keep post out of the ground
for that exact reason but other than that that’s really I got the porch that
wraps around the shed and you know I just built this thing in order to show
off to my customers or future customers hopefully what we were capable of and to
give myself a place to you know run my business out of and my wife to have her
horse in a place for the kids to play so hope you guys enjoyed this video let’s
get to 200 K and see what I can do next and what kind of milestone video I can
get thanks a lot for all the support and if you haven’t already hit that
subscribe button make sure you guys drop some comments down below on what maybe
you want to see next time tools a day otherwise will you guys have a good time
and we’ll catch you next week

100 Comments

  • Don't worry about the naysayers when it comes to a Premier . If it's a live show where people can comment and ask questions with you answering them then it's great . Many you tubers have live shows and it's nice to know when the live show is going to be on . Some you tubers have a live show every week and they are not loosing any subscribers . As a matter of fact they are gaining subscribers . If anyone unsubscribes you because of a live show than they are idiots . You have one of the best channels on you tube . You are a hard working man and you take time away from your work to make your videos .If people don't appreciate that then they can go and stuff themselves . I for one look forward to any kind of video or what ever you put out . Thank you very much for your hard work in putting out your videos . If people aren't happy than don't watch . It's as simple as that . I like your weekly tool discussions as well .

  • This is hilarious. Quite the creative, organized chaos. Love it. Your work speaks for your precision, though. I wanna build my own garage like yours in the back of our property, but it's quite swampy on our property (Chesapeake, VA).

  • Thank you sir , for your purchase of the keystone fuzion toy hauler . I live in goshen Indiana and i run the metal department at fuzion . Thank you again hope you enjoy

  • Thanks for sharing your shop. I like to see how other people have built and set up their shops. I always see cool ideas to add to the list of how I would like to set up my dream shop, as well as, some pretty cool ideas for my current shop. I am working out of a small garage and planning to build a backyard pole building on a smaller scale to what you and your team build. If you guys were in my area (PA) I would for sure just hire you haha. Also just to second Matt Heaton you could always either donate your tools that you don't need anymore to young makers and builders just starting off, or even do a giveaway to your followers. Just a thought, but thanks again for sharing your shop and please keep sharing your amazing work.

  • Awesome, I'm a "horse husband" too! Great to see how you handled that with your building as i'm looking for a solution to her problem…..well, I guess it's my problem too….damn hay burners…

  • Kyle, I love watching your videos my friend. You are an awesome CRAFTSMAN !!! If I didn't live in Baltimore, Maryland, I try my best to get a job with you…lol !!! Keep up the excellent work & posting those excellent videos because you definitely taught me a lot of stuff. It's great how technology is these days. You take care my friend !!!!!

  • thats not a working shop its a storage building.
    Nothing about that shop is a working shop.
    also its a fifth wheel not a motor home.

  • Admittedly avoided this channel for a LONG time knowing it would be trouble… saw this pop up in a recommendation and said what the hell, lets see how they set their shop up. What a relief to know there are others out there with 'dream shops' that woke up half way through and haven't finished window trim yet! BTW, the Levrack and Diamondback products look incredible…. subscribed, hooked, son of a [email protected]$!

  • Nice Shop! I am about to build a smaller 45×55 model. I am wondering about your lighting? Do you have a recommendation?

  • Awesome shop! It’s time for a garage sale tho. 😁 you asked for suggestions so here’s mine. Pull the truck and trailers out of the shop, then make a pile right in the middle of all the tools and gear you haven’t used in the last year. It’ll be tough but it’ll make room for new ideas. Sort of a clean slate so to speak. Very cool video thanks man.

  • I WILL have you build my shop someday. Gonna be a few years but you will be the man I talk to. Thanks for all the awesome videos! I'm glad you're here close to my home so I'll have the ability to use your services.

  • AirCompressor :
    QUINCY is the benchmark , but there’s more important things to consider !
    Try to place outside, or in an insulated room. The noise is obnoxious inside – especially with metal walls & ceiling
    Inside a closet space it’ll need plenty of circulation to not overheat
    Outside the air in the lines is cold during the summer & nearly unbearable in the winter just holding the tools
    ….compromises to make as always
    Think about an additional tank on the opposite side of your workspace…. a small compressor with 2tanks that are closer to the area you will be working flows air MUCH better. This is from years of working in aircraft hangars and race shops doing paint & bodywork
    Hope you ran hard lines in the shop – bigger diameter is better !
    If the lines are run in the ceiling, then it’s easier to have a drain trap (or atleast a ball valve to open) at each Airline Drop
    Water ( actually it’s condensation from the ambient relative humidity & the compression of the air) is the death of both using the system and its long term reliability. Auto tank drains (plumbed to outside) are cheap and keep the tanks from rusting – which is rusty flakes in the airlines which gets in the tools – are critical components
    Think about oil changes on the compressor – a “quick drain fitting” will help you not dread the oil changes (-: and this is the secret to buying 1 good compressor for the rest of your life instead of replacing every few years. Oil is cheap – same is true for your KUBOTA and JLG equipment
    Hope that gives you few things to consider (-:
    And I always like having an air fitting in specific places for different reasons :
    By all the doors – always need to fill a tire when the workshop is full of projects
    Workbench – under the bench, or overhead that is above your hat but still reachable by hand
    Sinks – when washing/cleaning parts & tools

  • does your wife ever get on you about organizing your work space? cause mine does. lol looks like you could use some one part time just to organize all your stuff.

  • Great video. I know people have mentioned it but you may want to take some time to clean up a little. It is cool to see that you are a regular guy like the rest of us. What was killing me was the unfinished outlets and light switches that you were using. You may want to go ahead and wire in a 50 amp outlet for your camper instead of the 20 amp you're using. I realize its probably just keeping the batteries charged but if you had planned to store it in the shop to begin with then why not put a plug in for it. As for a compressor I have an upright 8 hp with a 30 gallon tank that does everything I need. And i use an air grinder that needs a good air source. Love you buildings. Makes me wish I lived neer you so that you could build my dream shop when I retire in about three years. Keep up the great work.

  • Great video.

    Your totally awesome. A real regular guy. A fish grows to the size of its bowl. You got allota stuff. On your videos you always have the same amount of thumbs down. Whats up with that?

  • Definitely got to organize haha. Tool room could be useful. Maybe sell used tools you don't use anymore. Looks amazing tho.

  • I’m really disappointed that your shop wasn’t highly organized and well kept to be honest. Awesome shop though…

  • Kyle …
    Hire a Professional Organizer to help you with cleaning up that beautiful shop.
    They'll help with shelving..storage racks…cabinets…separation walls..etc

  • Dude you could really use some help organizing this shop, seriously. like all that lumber.. get some racks and put it on the wall. Quite the mess you got there. you're not using a lot of valuable space. I would also put the gym equipment on that second floor, it looks like plenty of room. Sorry, my OCD is showing

  • I really enjoyed your garage building videos. Does the horse's room have any windows for natural light??? I sure hope so or he will go blind and be depressed. I hope your wife takes as good care of the horse as you take care of all the "material possessions". Something seems out of balance with all of it. I really hope I am wrong.

  • I thought I saw some pinewood derby cars. Just built a couple with my two grandkids. Lots of fun and a great way to introduce kids to building.

  • I'll buy those old bags of yours 😉 seriously lol. I have AWP Lowes/Husky HD bags lol, I can't afford those $600 Italian leather ones yet.

  • Check out Westwood scroll compressor. Will be my next compressor purchase. Right now I run what we have always ran in the shop. A vertical tank BELT drive three piston compressor.

  • Wow, man. You’ve got a nice set up.
    You seem to be having great success with your channel and business so congrats…
    I almost cried when you showed off the “tool rack” with you spares and doubles…
    I got into woodworking as a hobby when I got sober 6 years ago and amassed a decent tool collection. Well someone (a dirt bag) decided they needed my stuff more than I did and stole 90% of my tools including my table saw and miter saw. I haven’t had a chance to replace really anything because life happened and I’ve had to allocate funds towards home repairs…
    Anyway, thanks for sharing; I know I’m a late comer to your channel but I’m liking it a lot.
    Keep on going!

  • Send me one of those belts, boss 👋 Starting out here in Cali and can't afford one yet ..

  • lol … hate to see what your truck floor looks like. But I'm like you … just throw it in.

    You sound disappointed in that random empty shelf.

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  • Nice shop but not going to win "housekeeper of the year" award. Still a great builder and a great shop but you can't win every award.

  • 9:13 'I don't care, its not about making money its just a cool hat.' – I subscribed to your channel because of that line. Cool stuff keep it coming! – Texas

  • Hi……I am from South Africa……watch almost all of your videos…….well done……you deserve you name well….RR Builders……WELL DONE….

  • By the looks of it you could turn that “office” into a battery charging room. You’ve got more batteries than all the other makers combined!

  • The most American thing ever. Amass all kinds of shit, never use 95% of it, put up a giant building to store it, run out of room, think about adding another building.

  • I like the honesty that you showed your shop as it actually is everyday and it wasn't cleaned up for the special occasion. Makes me feel more normal haha

  • Nice shop. You should start doing give aways. Get the space you worked hard to create. Fyi I went to Carthage for track. Might have competed against y'all. Tried pole vault, couldnt convince myself to trust the pole. Takes brass balls to do that.

  • Very nice work ….just have to miter ur gutter to the rakes …..with a six inch pice of gutter.cut the bottom part of the gutter living an 8th.of an in.in the round part…then push the little pice of gutter close to the rake. Measure top and bottom bring ur Miters together fold ears and pop ribet them….im sure u understand after u start messing about with the pice..culk the Ribets in the gutter and is done…

  • Love the shop tour!

    An idea or 2.

    1: the blank area you first showed could be a lounge area with a mini bar and inflatable Palm trees for you and friends, family, coworkers to relax after a long day or celebration from another build.

    2: The extra tool belts could be given away to new hires/1st year apprentice to help get them started or even as giveaways to subscribers of your channel.

    3: The tool cemetery could be converted to your extra materials location after perhaps donating the tools you no longer use to maybe a local collage that teaches the trades.

    Just an idea or 2 😁

  • ''I don't know how much it cost.'' Really? Instead of prevaricating and insulting our intelligence, just be honest and say: ''I don't want you to know how much it cost.'' You are a businessman, you damn well better know much it cost.

  • Ha, I used to run against North Central all the time in college. I ran for St. Olaf. You guys beat us handily pretty much every time.

  • That is a sweet shop…..BUT….it would cause my OCD to go into overdrive 😁
    It difficult running a GC Business, but Im a stickler for everything to be organized and ready.
    The joke in our house is that my tool trailers and shop are more organized than the wife’s kitchen…LOL

  • **Very cool but let's be real for the 🌎 of you tube. You know your about to get hooked up with compressor, shelves, all kinds of shop storage free advertising watch you know it and we know it. However not bad not 👎 my friend. Last but not least maybe all kinds of table shop saws and tools and vent system for dust just watch. Oh don't worry one of his guys lives in that RV hell he might because he works like me lol.**

  • Kyle, I would love to work and learn from you. What you have done and what you've created is truly inspiring. I love the work you do!!!

  • Another great video. Love all of them. You put a lot of info into them, with clear camera shots, and great explanations. Music and editing is awesome also. I'm trying to watch all of them.
    This is a geat looking building. I'm about to build one 48' x 80' with 16' walls and this was very helpful to visualize the dimensions and door sizes/ locations.
    I started typing this comment ready to ask you the dimensions of your building, then got to the part where you laid it all out, lol. I've also been hesitant about sinking posts into the ground and I'm glad to hear that I'm not alone.
    I live in River Falls, in West-Central Wisconsin, and I'm ready for you guys to come and build it. 😁

  • You gotta be making a killing from your sponsors , all their products sitting around , make it while you can . High tech gadgets are cool if you can afford it and can use them all the time.

  • I notice your workers do not follow OSHA guidelines for safety. Guess you build where there are no codes or at least enforcement.

  • Love and appreciate your sharing your barn/shop building. It's great and it's my dream to have one about that size sometime in the near future once I get more property, a new house built, together with our new barn/shop space all on that property. This massive move will come after more than 32 years of living in our current country homestead and I'm dreading all the work ahead but thrilled at what we can expect to have once everything is completed. I'm an retired law enforcement officer that now disabled with COPD and other chronic spinal problems resulting from an auto accident more than 12 years ago, and today I enjoy helping my son manage, designing, and operating his smaller size construction company which he's great at and really enjoys doing, and it's great to see that he was paying attention growing up watching me and his grandfathers build various projects. I simply cannot stand sitting around and I'm never interested in smaller projects for very long! Nonetheless, I want to get these things done while I physically still can despite my ability to move around is much slower these days, but it would be comforting to know I was able to leave something for my wife of 38 years and my son, which law enforcement salaries didn't provide much financially. Thanks again, I'm subscribing and hope the best for you and your family!

  • Hi i noticed you have a zip system stool from huber im wondering if you used it on your garage because my dad works for huber and you aremthe first person ive seen with a chair like that

  • I'd go with a Quincy rotary compressor. They're made here in the USA and a fine machine. You wouldn't be able to fit it in the bathroom though. Well, you might be able too but you would have to leave the door open.

  • Congratulations Kyle .. love your channel.. keep up the good work, and pls, install railing for your stairs, accident happens sooooo quick ! Je regarde tous les vidéos que vous avez produit, tellement instructif. good job, merci bro Pierre from Québec Canada 😉

  • Ok 3 questions 1 where do you live 2 when is everyone going to be gone 3 does the building have a alarm. Lol

  • How much would a building like this one go for I like it alot very spacious!?! Good job man I'm a new fan of ur work keep it up.

  • How far do you guys travel to build? Reason I’m asking is in the next few years I want to build a 60’x100’ shop/ home. In Minnesota.

  • Auction the clutter and donate the money to some start up businesses? Keep the high quality content coming, I’ve learned more than any school taught me! Thanks

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