The New Goonzquad Headquarters Part 13

17 set 2020
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There is so much going on at the new goonzquad headquarters! As the plumbers start to finish up, the HVAC guys arrive and start installing an entire system. While we wait for them to finish, we start to construct our well house that's going to hold all of the well components. We are doing a lot of this stuff for the first time so there's a lot to learn. However we are still enjoying this entire process! Thanks For Watching!!!
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  • Y’all need a pressure washer and clean the equipment

    Sweat GamingSweat GamingGiorno fa
  • Nice job guys for your first time with concrete finishing👍

    Brandon DexterBrandon Dexter10 giorni fa
  • the aggregate in the cement was big

    Joe MonardoJoe Monardo15 giorni fa
  • When does this home improvement stuff end and get back to why I watched you from the start THE CARS. I'm very happy for your success but let's move on!

    Dan RuquistDan Ruquist21 giorno fa
  • how come you guys dont wear masks at stores?

    Legend17Legend1724 giorni fa
  • In the future I'd recommend schedule 40 for your outdoor electrical pipes fellas.

    Justin ShawnJustin Shawn25 giorni fa
  • For the next time: don't add gravel to a concrete mix that has been made by a factory, unless explicitly told to do so by the factory! Adding extra gravel can compromise the composition of the concrete recipe. This way, the result could be that the concrete is weakened and even prone to cracking.

    Axel ReyskensAxel Reyskens26 giorni fa
  • Build tree house n bunker.

    Danial HakimDanial Hakim27 giorni fa
  • 300 bucks isnt a lot? that more than half my paycheck after a week of work

    Ikan-DIkan-D28 giorni fa
  • I honestly think they should do a car build for their brother

    Anisur ChoudhuryAnisur ChoudhuryMese fa
  • DIY MASTERS!!!

    Ethan MacherasEthan MacherasMese fa
  • 21:04 - be more careful next time....

    4tra4traMese fa
  • Deer sells the same equipment your cash went to Japan or whenever Kubota is based, But when you are rich hey who cares right... Get back with building cars.

    Dave Can Smoke itDave Can Smoke itMese fa
  • Woooopsss pipes weren't far enough inside. Who else saw that while they were pouring?!

    Matt SeigelMatt SeigelMese fa
  • You should wet concrete after it's set for about a week. More water means stronger concrete. Your slab would have been better if you hadn't put gravel in it and instead do a rebar lattice that would've bound the concrete together. What you did is OK for the application, but don't do it for actual occupied spaces.

    gofukursefgofukursefMese fa
  • I like these videos but miss the car content.

    402ACM 06402ACM 06Mese fa
  • Kubota mud drifting

    Jay PJay PMese fa
  • Getting the old vibes back in the days when you two where fixing houses

    Daniel BoogertDaniel BoogertMese fa
  • Why nailing everything? Here in The Netherlands we use screws for building up timber etc.

    Eduard PortonEduard PortonMese fa
  • you guys forgot to put your names in the cement.. nooo

    CanklezCanklezMese fa
  • Get some mexican friends

    The BigdickThe BigdickMese fa
  • That TATA front is the front grill of an Indian truck. 🔥 🔥

    Apoorv SinghApoorv SinghMese fa
  • ok guys, a few comments on the slab job- water and concrete are friends- the more wet you can keep it, the longer it cures, and the stronger it gets. Rain will not hurt poured concrete. However, did I miss the episode when you installed rebar into the slab? If you don't have some kind of steel in that slab, it's gonna crack in half and be ruined pretty quick! Concrete has excellent compression strength, but crappy tensile strength- it cracks easily, which is why you put in rebar or at least steel mesh to hold it all together. Lastly, in the future, put some tape over any drain holes or PVC openings. Then you won't have to worry about getting concrete in the holes while you're pouring. Looks good though!

    Joshua MartinJoshua MartinMese fa
  • Should have used some treated lumber on the concrete!! Love the progress!!

    HoneyBadger MotorworksHoneyBadger MotorworksMese fa
  • You stuffed up the penetrations on the floor for the power and water in/out locations , ask questions before you pour a slab , now you have that shit coming up inside your wall

    MrTo YouBoyMrTo YouBoyMese fa
  • Confused why nobody is wearing a mask? Is it not required in Tennessee?

    Mike's POP ShopMike's POP ShopMese fa
  • Why am I now getting the notification

    nicholas eckboldnicholas eckboldMese fa
  • Concrete was a tad to wet

    Billy WilderBilly WilderMese fa
  • How many sheets of plywood and how many stacks are there and 2x6

    Spy FearlessSpy FearlessMese fa
  • Wear your mask in public

    Ashton MaldonadoAshton MaldonadoMese fa
  • U guys need battery powered tools its 2020

    PetsPetsMese fa
  • concrete without rebar and stones instead sand?? strange for my european brain

    RR_ProductionsRR_ProductionsMese fa
  • no rebar or steel mesh in the slab? Why?

    TripnotystTripnotystMese fa
  • U guys need a RockHound attachment for that Kubota . Great for prepping yards for hydro seeding or sod installation.

    LivingLifeLivingLifeMese fa
  • For the future: concrete doesn’t dry, it ‚hydrates‘. Meaning: it’s a chemical process that even works under water. Important is that you keep it wet until the process is done! Don’t try to dry it out etc, but get a hose and slightly water it every couple of hours. You’ll prevent micro cracks and an overall better quality slab. Good job you guys did there!

    Gabe 634Gabe 634Mese fa
  • Will you guys be up at the Chattanooga Fall Meet October 3rd?

    Honky Kong ProductionsHonky Kong ProductionsMese fa
  • 21:02 that nail was so close to hitting his finger

    No OneNo OneMese fa
  • Good job on the concert

    corbin mestanzacorbin mestanzaMese fa
  • hello guys, I have a suggestion for your house, to save space you can place a basement garage under the house you have a lot of space and a constant temperature and protection against the elements of nature and an entrance via the road at the bottom, it is just an idea. Good luck

    smartie021smartie021Mese fa
  • That slab needs an epoxy coating for S&Gs

    VeikraVeikraMese fa
  • Badass 🇲🇽💯

    Flabio RivasFlabio RivasMese fa
  • Diagonal bracing on the inside will stiffen the walls up while waiting to put up the outside walls. That concrete was rather fresh to start building on.

    Paul LevyPaul LevyMese fa
  • 21:26 fuck yeh dude hahaha gold.

    Terry LearyTerry LearyMese fa
  • You are going to miss that 4n1 bucket, go ahead and get you a grapple bucket. Once you get used to a grapple bucket, get used to it you wont hardly ever use that standard bucket again

    young11984young11984Mese fa
  • That concrete pour is gonna crack in weeks because the simple variation of widths of material poured. Also, those concrete nails are no code, no way no how. They are saying it's "code" to sound like its being built to code, haha. Gotta love these guys.

    Lawrence AielloLawrence AielloMese fa
  • I see honeycombs! Not bad for first timers👍🏾👍🏾

    Mr.IansteinIslandMr.IansteinIslandMese fa
  • 16" from center*

    Bunny WabbitBunny WabbitMese fa
  • billy quote: "You can put it on full auto and just go pop pop pop pop"

    Thijs WijnmaalenThijs WijnmaalenMese fa
  • they don’t wear masks?

    THEGASTHEGASMese fa
  • The house You Tube built, figuratively and literally. Good job guys, I dig you aren't afraid of nothing. Keep up the nice work.

    Reverend DReverend DMese fa
  • That was some soupy mix guys

    thejohnhendthejohnhendMese fa
  • I love how you guys show how you can do almost anything these days from watching ITworlds videos

    thejohnhendthejohnhendMese fa
  • I liked this content

    salman farissalman farisMese fa
  • 21:05 Almost got a nail threw your thumb.

    Joe PeeJoe PeeMese fa
  • What fan made up your minds about making it and miny house for the 🐋 house just really cerious

    Jessi TiptonJessi TiptonMese fa
  • On your next pour, for a stronger structure use some rebar... itll also be easier to build the build the walls when you leave a nice amount of rebar coming out of the concrete... Rodbusters 💪🏾

    Junius Griffin Jr the IIIJunius Griffin Jr the IIIMese fa
  • No flipping it right now 😹

    SVS GroupSVS GroupMese fa
  • do i hear a train on 16:11 or is it dad :-)

    Peter ZijlstraPeter ZijlstraMese fa
  • Also daaaaaaaaaaang sooooooooooonnn😆

    FayolFayolMese fa
  • The ambition they have is just fascinating to watch🔥

    FayolFayolMese fa
  • Why no diagonal supports in the frame of the well house?

    udovdhudovdhMese fa
  • And are you not supposed little wood pieces between each vertical timber?

    Hardy HydraHardy HydraMese fa
  • why didn't you guys use steel rebar inside the concrete for strength.

    Hardy HydraHardy HydraMese fa
  • you fo got steel mat in the concrete.....

    rene valentirene valentiMese fa
  • yo need studs between your build frame

    michael carydakismichael carydakisMese fa
  • You 2 realy do put some graft in am loving all the house build and landscaping vids looking forward to more

    SuperGlidermanSuperGlidermanMese fa
  • That concrete is gonna crack, you forgot to add metal square things looks like fencing to keep it from cracking. If you're gonna add insulations shouldn't you have used 2x6 instead. And I think you missed several things in the door frame wall. Not into construction but even I know some basics.

    xicano001xicano001Mese fa
  • *you could have run heat strips in the floor if that well house and power it off of solar to keep your well house from freezing in winter. it doesn't have to get super hot in there, just warm enough to keep the pipes from freezing then when you install your water lines from the well into the well house and into the house wrap them in heat tape too and you'll never have a problem . Also you'll want to put down a barrier to keep rodents and bugs out of that well house typically a thicker flashing around the base covering the firs 8" of wood does the trick*

    DaddytechEntDaddytechEntMese fa
  • They should make a yt movie. At least 120min.

    Life in WashingtonLife in WashingtonMese fa
  • My boys! Go to harbor freight 👍😉

    Josef GublerJosef GublerMese fa
  • Love yall from RHODES 👪

    Sam HouseSam HouseMese fa
  • It's blessed to have friends like you two.

    My Story BookMy Story BookMese fa
  • Why don't you guys ever do a give away????

    ReaLTalK09 HernandezReaLTalK09 HernandezMese fa
  • Could you please put out longer videos

    stacey lendzianstacey lendzianMese fa
  • Have y'all brought the dirty max

    Jonathan SmithJonathan SmithMese fa
  • Guys, please use safety glasses..🙏🙏

    jiggahypejiggahypeMese fa
  • Y’all should do the roofing as well!

    Ariel GarciaAriel GarciaMese fa
  • wtheck no rebar?

    ༺DaVinci༻༺DaVinci༻Mese fa
  • Nice to spend1000 dollars every time you go to the store

    Lee KnudsonLee KnudsonMese fa
  • My brother bought my dad that same air compressor and it is really good

    James NewmanJames NewmanMese fa
  • honestly the concrete yall poured is better than the concrete that the pros did on our house😂

    TennesseeBoy13TennesseeBoy13Mese fa
  • i see someone didn't know how much concrete to order.Small jobs usually order 1/2 yd extra

    top haulertop haulerMese fa
  • One hurricane...all gone...build in stones, not frames

    Christian KrobChristian KrobMese fa
  • If it were me? I would make the top flat the house extended out on the top lot (Build a bigger house) As for the road that breaks to the left in the drive way (down the hill) I would make that the road to the garage..

    Jerred CalwellJerred CalwellMese fa
    • Down the hill I would build a helipad out of steel extended out from the driveway.

      Jerred CalwellJerred CalwellMese fa
  • With how thick the concrete slab is you should have put rebar to make it stronger but you did an amazing job for the first time guys keep up the good work 👍🏻

    David HawkinsDavid HawkinsMese fa
  • Hey guys. Just a question. Did you put any type of moisture barrier between you slab and the VBP (very bottom plate) of your wall to prevent it absorbing moisture through the concrete? Great work though

    RandosRandosMese fa
  • That concrete is a bit green to sink any concrete nails into it. Also are you going to use any hurricane straps for wind protection ?

    L ZedL ZedMese fa
  • What time do they normally upload?

    Austin CaseAustin CaseMese fa
  • 21:04 almost lost a finger

    Zach WeinbergZach WeinbergMese fa
  • You guys' work ethic is really admirable, enjoying watching the progress and process

    Paul JohnsonPaul JohnsonMese fa
  • Where’s the new vid ???

    John VignaJohn VignaMese fa
  • You guys should post pants on goonzquad.com please??????

    ZaraZaraMese fa
  • Just remember $300 a lot of money for some people

    chris18228chris18228Mese fa
    • True but just imagine their quarterly tax billing before they purchased their mountain 🏔️ top home for their work! Now they have deductions for their work other than food for their shop dog 🐶 and cat 🐈!

      Gary PackwoodGary PackwoodMese fa
  • Like and subscribe and comment and staytoon for the shop

    Arvin NguyenArvin NguyenMese fa
  • The wetter the concrete when you pour it the weaker it is when hard. That is going to be some weak concrete

    Aaron BangaAaron BangaMese fa
  • I think Billy has a little dirt on his upper lip and chin...

    Adam CruxAdam CruxMese fa
  • These guys will do everything, they technically the navy seals of Chattanooga

    Samuel KanyotuSamuel KanyotuMese fa
  • Too much talikng each other it's very boring

    rakesh rathirakesh rathiMese fa
    • Sorry that isn't your cup of tea but motion picture movies or videos without dialog die a quick death mainly because the great majority of the members of an audience from the west (USA for example) expects to be told what they're seeing. Somehow they knew that beginning with video # 1 and much to my amazement, they figured out early on that video and audio had to be planned and synchronized for each and every video. You can't edit content that hasn't been planned.

      Gary PackwoodGary PackwoodMese fa
  • Simpson Strong-Tie everything to the foundation. I lived in North AL most of my life in tornado alley, but now I live on the Gulf Coast. What I wished I had known about was anchoring walls to the foundation for “acts of god.” Down here all new homes have crazy steel strapping so they can handle up to 175mph winds. I just endured Hurricane Sally, lots of trees down, lots of damage, but we are safe and I owe a ton of that to how these structures were secured. That small pump house will endure some weather at some point so while it’s framed go ahead and strap the walls to the foundation and the roof structure to the walls in all four corners.

    James VeiglJames VeiglMese fa
  • You all should have a show on TV!

    Mark ZelinskiMark ZelinskiMese fa
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