How to Pour a Backyard Stamped Concrete Patio (With Hope Builders)




How to pour a concrete backyard patio, With a beautiful stamped pattern! Decorative concrete! We did this job with Hope builders taking the students to the job and showing them the ropes! We hope you all enjoy and learn something new! Thank you all for watching and dont forget to LIKE, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE, & COMMENT if you have questions!

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43 Comments

  1. KiloSierraAlpha
    June 6, 2018
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    Are these prisoners? Jeez.

  2. James Davis
    June 6, 2018
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    Good work Mr. Odell. You always make it look so easy! I wish you worked out here in the IE.

  3. Daniel Neugebauer
    June 6, 2018
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    It's like an army of ants!!

  4. Billy Preston
    June 7, 2018
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    It’s great to see young kids learning the trades, too many are going to college to do desk jobs, we need more tradesmen and women, it’s excellent to see you giving of your knowledge! Keep up the great videos and excellent work.

  5. Jax Turner
    June 7, 2018
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    All metal construction not plastic so you know it will rust err last.

  6. Jose Wolfe
    June 7, 2018
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    Are they job corps students? Looks like it because of the shirts our brickies wear those.

  7. William Hewitt
    June 7, 2018
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    Hello from Victoria Australia, I like the fan idea.well done,good thinking.

  8. BillyLapTop
    June 7, 2018
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    I think these young people will learn to feel great at working very hard and creating something that will last a very long time, giving even more meaning to their labors. These students are in a wonderful program that can give them the means of earning a living for many years to come. It is a blessing for us and a blessing for them.

  9. Neii234
    June 7, 2018
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    Whenever I see time lapse in your videos I start thinking of Benny Hill

  10. localcrew
    June 7, 2018
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    27 Shovels and a cloud of dust!

  11. Thermalstorm
    June 7, 2018
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    Talk about man power! Did this ever go quick!

  12. tsx3214
    June 7, 2018
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    The students have no Idea they would be working for the best. 🙂

  13. Charly D
    June 7, 2018
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    Odell where do you rent the small pumps and how much to rent them i have been searching for one to rent can you help me with that please

  14. JOE BILLINGS
    June 7, 2018
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    You gotta be kidding me🤣🤣 Uncle David it's what you call construction workers they work Outdoors? They hammer nails Dig trenches lay Concrete. And by the looks of it it looks like your guys are really kicking up dust😂🤣😂😂

  15. JOE BILLINGS
    June 7, 2018
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    A Tay what you do need since you have a fan and a outdoor table you need a barbecue couple beers😂🤣😂😂😂😂

  16. CJ Westie
    June 7, 2018
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    I always see you measuring elevation with that yellow stick. How does that work? Can you throw an explanation in a video or direct us to one where you explained it? Love the videos, thanks

  17. JOE BILLINGS
    June 7, 2018
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    I thought you were running a work release program aka CDC 😂 You could had your wife make all those kids Bologna sandwiches a carton of milk and a Apple🤣 But the funny thing about it is you only had one African American kid 👤and the Rest of the students were Mexicans that's why you got the digging done quicker🤣🤣 Saved a lot of money on labor 👍

  18. JOE BILLINGS
    June 7, 2018
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    The master blaster from Lancaster'🤣🤣👍👍🍺🍺

  19. JOE BILLINGS
    June 7, 2018
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    The funny thing about it is that black kid is wearing blue he must be a crip🤣

  20. Gilbert Wong
    June 7, 2018
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    Great job on inspiring young adults to be productive in their community!

  21. angryguy714
    June 7, 2018
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    This was real cool! Thank you for working with these youths. Hope Builders is great organization!

  22. Future Boyfriend
    June 7, 2018
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    Where were the learners when you were pouring and stamping ?

  23. Future Boyfriend
    June 7, 2018
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    Is it true that you have to water fresh concrete everyday until it hardens? It's believed that it makes it stronger. I don't see you doing that.

  24. Jennifer WhiteWolf
    June 7, 2018
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    great of you to work with students. Its so encouraging to see young people interested in the trades. Working with your hands to build something new is honorable work. Building skills and ethics will serve a person their whole life.

  25. Cassette Walkman
    June 7, 2018
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    This one turned out really nice. Great proportion with that fire-pit & single planted corner. Timeless.

  26. Cassette Walkman
    June 7, 2018
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    Great trick with the number of shovels whipping up a tornado of dust. Add a few more fans, work it hard enough and there'd be only one wheelbarrow of dirt to remove!

  27. james cipriano
    June 7, 2018
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    Mr Odell,do you ever use a plasticizer in your concrete mix ? Your work is fabulous .Im in the north east.

  28. الياباني japan Japanese
    June 7, 2018
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    Good teacher you Mr.Odell king of concrete

  29. Maddog8148
    June 7, 2018
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    Another amazing video Dave. Dave where are you located?

  30. A Rey
    June 7, 2018
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    I wish you guys were in south florida.. great job..

  31. A Rey
    June 7, 2018
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    i want to do something like this in my backyard, same size.. how much would a job like cost me? i want to make sure im not getting robbed when i get a quote.. thanks

  32. Will Flynn
    June 7, 2018
    Reply

    Hi OCC, what make and model grade laser are you using? Thanks!

  33. USNERDOC
    June 7, 2018
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    Cool vid … love the idea of the cooling fan.

  34. Alexander Obrien
    June 7, 2018
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    You have a lot of workers. Please continue your good work.

  35. bakker071
    June 7, 2018
    Reply

    They took our juuubs!

  36. schmitty8225
    June 7, 2018
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    You should do a follow up video for when things have cured and set up for a week.

  37. David K
    June 8, 2018
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    You used to spray a curing compound after all of your jobs, not recently, has just step just been edited out or have you stopped doing it?

  38. arkansas13
    June 8, 2018
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    Great finish!
    ….13

  39. Head Assassin
    June 8, 2018
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    You should invest in a linker rod for your laser. It’s so much nicer. Makes it much easier and quicker to make multiple elevations

  40. CC's World AUSTRALIA
    June 8, 2018
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    Way too many times i see concrete cracking…weeds growing from the cracks…

  41. Craig Schulz
    June 10, 2018
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    Excellent! Thank you for these videos. Thank you for sharing your skills!

  42. Sideslip
    June 10, 2018
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    I'm really surprised mineral spirits are illegal in California. As far as solvents go, it's a pretty safe one and you have to do some pretty silly things to cause health problems.

  43. Michael Gonzales
    June 10, 2018
    Reply

    I was looking at your website. You don’t device the inland empire 😭 do you have any recommendations for people that service the IE?

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