Added by on 2019-09-15

In this episode I go over the price of the new roof. I cover the material prices what materials were used and labor to get it installed. Cost and breakdown is revealed at the whiteboard as usual. If you have questions about this project feel free to ask. The roof is on a 5/12 pitch with a 16 inch overhang on all sides. Interior is vaulted throughout out the whole cabin. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow I put the grass roof on the log cabin…Making a simple green or grass roof on log cabin playhouse259 Grasses growing on the eco roof of the cabin logLog cabin with grass roofMowing a GRASS ROOF on a Norwegian cabin – Klippe gresset på hyttetakMaking a shed living/ green roof for £25 (shed, garage, lean too, man cave, cabin) part 1 the before


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  • Migraine Craftsman 9 months ago

    0:18 Synthetic roof felt ON
    0:55 Special Windows
    1:12 Bundles of shingles
    1:43 Tiny porch
    1:55 First shot of the roof done
    2:12 I'm on the roof …..again
    2:54 Don't Jump
    3:45 Walking like a duck
    4:14 So high
    4:42 Docks
    6:32 Big O roof
    8:54 Ducks

  • Lakario Davis 9 months ago

    where the hell you find someone to do the labor for 700. My house is about that size and I can't find anyone to do it for less than 3k. lol Its really frustrating because I bought this tiny house hoping it would be more affordable to manage. but I'm learning that they charge just as much for the small homes as they do the large ones. I have a very tiny low slope roof. flat on both sides no transitions or anything. one of the more simpler roofs I've ever seen.

  • deanmartin1966 9 months ago

    Perfect retirement home. Looks like a great location.

  • 50 Acres & a Cabin 9 months ago

    Just getting caught up from my trip, place is coming along nicely,

  • Becki Black 9 months ago

    That is an amazing price for a roof. I'm impressed.

  • Nikos DIY 9 months ago

    That back deck is like an extra room, depending on the weather in you area, for 3 to 6 months. I live in Greece so I would be spending 6 months out there. This place is going to be great.

  • CraveThatCoin 9 months ago

    Your videos are really coming along well. I recommend numbering them so it's easier for future viewers to see the series in order.

  • My Turn 9 months ago

    Looking good! Moving right along! Hey, when do we see you drive a nail or two?

  • Chris Bensen 9 months ago


  • HugoBuilds 9 months ago

    Ok ok! Next one I'm building is a cabin. My metal roof was like 12k with labour. D;

  • Horst Carpentry 9 months ago

    Using the snow country ridge vent that'll breath for sure. Roofers always nail regular cobra tight and doesn't vent as well as it could. Roofers can knock it out when they're good. Still a very fair price though. I bet I could've done that roof in a day. Not a bad daily rate for a project. Gotta have ropes for that church. If I did that I'd have to use roof Jack's and climb my way up, but, that takes forever and need alot of 2 x 8s. That's a big job.

  • Money Making Mike G. 9 months ago

    The very highest I've ever been up for work is 48'. I've been in the roof of every Distribution Center I ever worked for. Now I was a bit scared of heights when I was younger but when I was old enough to understand what my Dad did as a Union Bridge Painter, I got over my fear asap!!! I figured I owed it to him. House is coming along fantastically. Hope all is well, and Dirty Jersey out!!!

  • April M 9 months ago

    Hi Migraine Crafsman. I would like to get your advice. If there is a 0.3 acre corner lot is it possile to build a 2br, 2bath one floor house with front porch, back deck along with a small business building attached to the house and parking for clients? Or is the lot not big enough? Thanks!

  • DSGLABEL 9 months ago

    Did your price a metal roof?

  • Scott Hudgins 9 months ago

    The house is looking good! I have to say though the lasting impressing I got from this video was the final scene, it took me right back to when I was about 7 years old, and my Grandfather took me and a loaf of day-old bread to a lake in Virgina Beach VA to feed some ducks. It's one of my happiest childhood memories. Thanks for reminding me 🙂

  • Good job

  • Zeyno 9 months ago

    Seems not much left to finish the house. Looks perfect. View was amazing with the ducks. Woow it is hard to work on the roof of that church. I bet you would like to be on the top of that church's roof.:)

  • Mike Woods 9 months ago

    Simple is best in my opinion…plus I like the look of simple houses…they feel like home to me and bring contentment. Love the ridge vent…one of the nicest I have seen. Those guys roofing the church are brave…I get nausea just watching them!