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36 Comments

  1. Hogdude1234
    May 6, 2009
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    Hey D!!!! You are making steady progress….That saw is awesome, sow is that nail gun…sow…lol
    Liking the series a bunch. You got something going here I think!!!!

  2. dnahoghunter
    May 6, 2009
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    Thanks bro. I've gotten a whole 27 hits on the first vid in 1 week! Its something to put up. And it may help someone somewhere. Bet theres gonna be 20 vids! Let me know when ya'll get tired of them. I've noticed MrBigTex hasn't stopped to post anything. Whats up Tex? I post for your vids! LOL I've gotta pick on someone!

  3. Craig Wiltshire
    May 6, 2009
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    nice ladder there!

  4. dnahoghunter
    May 6, 2009
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    The fence works too on the other side of the house. The boys will start to sneak out soon I'm sure!!!

  5. dnahoghunter
    May 7, 2009
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    Hey Gram, thanks! No its at least a year old. It Says …VEGATARION = Old Indian Word For Poor Hunter.

  6. dnahoghunter
    May 29, 2009
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    Want me to send the nail gun? I'm done with it for awhile.

  7. dnahoghunter
    July 13, 2009
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    :0) Thats good advice. The always steam up on me. I know what you mean. I have have finish nails ricochete off of tin ceilings and hit my cheeks and face.

    Thanks for the Comment!

  8. Caligula
    February 10, 2010
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    You ever get your nail gun fixed? My DeWalt leaks at the trigger just like that. I finished a lot of jobs with it before it started leaking though, so can't complain.

  9. dnahoghunter
    February 10, 2010
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    Its the second time for me. Take it to dewalt. It just need new seals from lack of oil and siting in the heat in the garage.

  10. Fischnet
    November 29, 2010
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    Nice vid! Now I know what I'm getting into. First time home owner, and I've got two bathrooms to remodel.

  11. dnahoghunter
    November 30, 2010
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    @cmahrens87 This was the second for me. I didnt do the ceiling in the first. I may go back and do it one day.

  12. virus.exe
    March 20, 2011
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    Thanks for the videos.

  13. dnahoghunter
    March 21, 2011
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    @xFuJai Welcome!

  14. dnahoghunter
    July 6, 2011
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    @TheJake0011 About 35-40, but there werent building codes in this area when they were built!

  15. dnahoghunter
    July 8, 2011
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    @TheJake0011 they should. But back i the day, this house wasnt in city limits. Theres still places, like Rock Springs wheres theres no codes…

  16. Seek In Shadows
    August 3, 2011
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    Thank you so very much for these videos. I'm a single woman and just bought my first home that needs a bit of work that I'll have to do most of it myself and these videos are so informative, that I'm not as afraid to go at it! You are truly wonderful for taking the time!!!

  17. dnahoghunter
    August 3, 2011
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    @seekinshadows Thanks! And you are welcome! I'm doing a half assed job on a bedroom right now, I'll post it in a few weeks.

  18. thechucker44
    November 17, 2011
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    What's with the tree climbing?

  19. dnahoghunter
    January 26, 2012
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    @LiquidTokyo yeah Dewalt are great tools. Good luck!

  20. BreezesofConey
    April 1, 2012
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    That's why I prefer Victorian era homes. Unless you're living in mill house which superseded the cheap housing we throw up these days, because that was how they were built for the workers in nearby factories and mills, they were built to last. While those homes were not totally square, level, etc. They were still built MUCH much better than the houses of the last 50 years. Dry wall is the worst invention ever.

  21. dnahoghunter
    April 2, 2012
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    when they built these they werent anexed to the city hence no building codes at all. thanks for the comment!

  22. dnahoghunter
    May 20, 2012
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    thank you! yeah Im bad about the safety glasses

  23. Hecket
    November 7, 2012
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    You never saw out pieces from wood, it lowers its strength. You can however drill holes into it for your plumbing or electricity so the structural integrity of the wood beam is still complete. Especially if you will use wood in the area of a house where water or moisture will build up you never touch the structure, basic contracting. What you did was to save you time to not redo the existing waterpipes. You doubled up in the corner wich was good, but the second doubled up beam is worthless.

  24. dnahoghunter
    November 8, 2012
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    ahh well, live and learn

  25. theory816
    December 31, 2012
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    thanks for making these videos bud

  26. dnahoghunter
    December 31, 2012
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    your welcome

  27. Adamo Films
    April 28, 2013
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    I love the "Living Ladder" you used lol I bet you could try and explain how its better for the environment to use trees instead of ladders 😉 great vids man

  28. dnahoghunter
    April 29, 2013
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    LOL, thanks

  29. Joe Mezzanini
    April 18, 2014
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    great video, but please buy eye goggles !

  30. alex bernardo
    November 9, 2014
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    I loved the way he climbed the tree to run the air hose.  I would have just walked the roll up the stairs inside and threw the end out the window.  I'm allergic to falling.

  31. Sal R
    December 2, 2014
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    How long did it take you to do the whole bathroon? I am about to start mine in about 2 weeks. Me and another friend will do it. We should be working all 8 hours a day and hopefully we can get it done in a week.

  32. A7X311
    January 6, 2015
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    Ha good stuff. You make this look easy. Im an Electrician, but haven't got a clue on remodeling. Just bought a new house and everything must go. Guess Ill be buying a table saw lol. Thanks for the videos.

  33. Luna X
    June 20, 2015
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    Beautiful german shepherd at 3:16

  34. Sidney Solis
    July 8, 2015
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    Beautiful…and if i get a yes to my dad my you we fix and model my room and build a bathroom? You did a great job

  35. Sheridan Hawkins
    March 28, 2016
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    Great Job!

  36. Bryan Creely
    February 28, 2017
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    I'm surprised you haven't killed yourself yet doing this reno. No safety glasses, gloves, proper ladder…

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