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DIY tips for common rafter installation. Perfect for Sheds, Garage, Patio Covers….. Speed Square made simple https://youtu.be/_Rraefmk7F8 Speed Square made simple TWO https://youtu.be/_nL2Su-tfEs Swanson Speed Square and tape measure http://www.swansontoolco.com/ Drill/Driver https://www.rockwelltools.com/ Sawhorse table https://www.worx.com/ MUST WATCH . BEST TUTORIAL ON QUANTITY SURVEYING & ANALYSIS https://cuturl.in/L3cB8cq CIVIL ENGINEERING VIDEO PLAYLIST Related PostsIntersecting Roof Plane Rafter Calculations.wmvOctagon Layout Construction CalculatorBecky’s Vegetable Garden LayoutLCD TV Repair Tutorial – Backlight Inverter Common Symptoms & Solutions – How to Fix LCD TVs5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Installing Metal RoofingHow to Plan a Vegetable Garden: Design Your Best Garden Layout

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40 Comments

  • marcmarrero3 1 month ago

    I love watching your videos, very informative tutorials. Thank you and keep the videos coming.

  • Elite Bowman 1 month ago

    Thank you for the information. Very informative.

  • Eric Zuniga 1 month ago

    very good instruction. I have already learned so much. thank you!

  • Tim Hicks 1 month ago

    Thank you for explaining this! I'm headed over now to view the video on using a speed square. I need all the help I can get 🙂

  • Bralic 1 month ago

    Thanks again for all these videos. I am learning quite a bit. I have a couple years to learn some more tricks before trying to add onto my house. Keep it up Paul!

  • H4x14N Inc. 1 month ago

    thanks for all the info, ive been watching your videos to lean bits and pieces. my first project is building my daughter a little play house out of wood and ill be using your videos as a guide to do just that. thanks again

  • Wood & Screw 1 month ago

    Very nice info Paul! I've learned furniture furniture making over time but I've never really learned true construction! Thanks for the info!!

  • Danny Snelling 1 month ago

    Picked up a couple of mice tips from this. As always, Paul can explain things and make understanding them in a very easy way.

  • Honey Do's 1 month ago

    Thanks for all the time you put in to your videos — they really help me out — VERY GOOD INFO!

  • Jacques Meloche 1 month ago

    Great video! Simple, precise and to the point. You are helping me a lot.

  • Jason D'Angelo 1 month ago

    Really good video, thanks for the tips.

  • John McCafferty 1 month ago

    Very informative thanks John

  • mark kilpatrick 1 month ago

    thanks for the info. worked great on putting a small roof on  my chicken houses. thanks again, now aim going to try this on my larger chicken house.

  • Chance Bralley 1 month ago

    Paul I really appreciate your knowledge you share. Great Job!

  • Matthew Rhoades 1 month ago

    This guy is really, really good. Really valuable lessons here!

  • Clayton Williams 1 month ago

    Nice video thanks

  • Tom Mont 1 month ago

    I can use this info on an up coming project.Thanks

  • chevyman6999 1 month ago

    I recently stumbled upon your channel, and am now addicted haha. So much awesome information I had no idea about before. I hope you are able to keep the videos coming for years to come! Thank You Paul!

  • Paul Ricalde 1 month ago

    IMPORTANT ….on 618 to 728 I made a mistake on laying out my ridge board , I was pressed for time and a missed a step. My memory must be going south.   I will be removing this video and revising it. I hold a 3/4" block against the ridge board or hold the tape 3/4" out. This will give you 15 1/4" for your first rafter spacing and 16" for all of the other ones.
    Thanks and very sorry for the inconvenience!
    Paul

  • Damu Adhikari 1 month ago

    Thanks for sharing those tricks. You did an amazing job to make it easier to understand.

  • Manoj Kumar 1 month ago

    Apne bahut complicated kr diya aap direct 0.035 m3 se divide ker dete to no of bags me aajata

  • ancy john 1 month ago

    Could i get this video in malayalam?

  • RAHUL NAVIK 1 month ago

    Mind ???

  • Dipesh Yadav Yadav 1 month ago

    mix dijaina video sand kariya na sir…

  • Sunil Kumar 1 month ago

    Thanku Sir

  • Sain Parween 1 month ago

    sir plz reply dena

  • Sain Parween 1 month ago

    sir ap jo c.ft nikale -no of bags× 1.226= 6.33×1.226 ka ans aa raha 7.76058 c.ft lekin ap ka 7.77 aa raha

  • Rinkoo Shakya 1 month ago

    Plaster ki quantities bi batao sir or ek diwar mai kitne blocks lagte hai

  • Harry Shah 1 month ago

    Thnx bro..

  • Rajendra Bhange 1 month ago

    Pwd liye vedio banao

  • vignesh silhhare 1 month ago

    Great, thank you sir

  • sinhal dhoom 1 month ago

    1m to sabi lete he koi alag choose kro

  • sinhal dhoom 1 month ago

    toatal 0.11 cu.m he to kitna aayega cement sand aggregate grade k hisab se

  • Ram Adhikary 1 month ago

    Just multiply the volume in cubic meter by cube of 3.281 to get the volume in CFT, because 1 meter equals 3.281 feet.

  • Bhim bohara 1 month ago

    once more

  • Filmi World 1 month ago

    Mass/density = volume
    =50/1440
    =.0347 cubm
    Convert to feet
    1m3 = 35.314
    So
    =.0347×35.314
    = 1.226 cbft.

  • No Way 1 month ago

    Proof that dry volume is 54% more of the wet volume.

  • Rajesh Sharma 1 month ago

    How much cement bag,sand ,stone required for 1000sq.feet house

  • lenny hudson 1 month ago

    For detailed calculations and more info check http://dreamplanbuilder.com/calculate-quantities-of-materials.html

  • katika veera 1 month ago

    14.904 cu.m i need a quantity for all cement ,sand ,aggregate
    sand in cuf ina tractor trolley i need trolley sizes
    aggregate in cuf in a tripper trolley i need trolley size