The New Goonzquad Headquarters Part 11

13 set 2020
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The backyard is getting out of hand!!! This is going to be one of the coolest projects we have ever taken on. After building a completely custom natural stone retaining wall, we begin to do some landscaping on the higher terrain. Our goal is to make this house absolutely stunning all the way around. We are moving right along and cant wait to show you how it turns out! Thanks For Watching!!!
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  • Geothermal heating/cooling system. My parents had it. Cost intensive to put in. Minimal heating/ cooling bills after.

    Tim MawTim Maw2 giorni fa
  • Hey Guys, what about some more merchandise? Wish to get a Hoodi.... Cant order, sold out :-( Regards from Poland "son" ;-)

    Sebastian ReudenbachSebastian Reudenbach3 giorni fa
  • Lemon grass for snake problems and mosquitoes

    Clarizel TindocClarizel Tindoc9 giorni fa
  • #savehisears

    MR.RANDOMMR.RANDOM13 giorni fa
  • I think that it would be a good idea if you had a weeping drain . You need to use plants to divert the water coming down the mountain away from the concrete pour for the driveway you don't want the hillside running down with mud up and over the rocks and into the driveway maybe you could use some bamboo along a walkway. Plants and some exterior lighting and speakers you could even run some propane or tiki torches along the backside very nice

    Kelly BurianKelly Burian15 giorni fa
  • 11 videos in, but what happened to the commercial property?

    Terrance BryantTerrance Bryant16 giorni fa
  • freebird

    sebastien achtesebastien achte21 giorno fa
  • Rake it with a rake. Next level. Dang son.

    darryl haynesdarryl haynes22 giorni fa
  • I certainly like what you guys are doing. My opinion I like the level of 3 rocks for the full length. Keep up the great work. I'm enjoying the hell out of your video's. I see now you guys went higher, beautiful. Fabulous job. Its coming together.

    James R. EpsteinJames R. Epstein22 giorni fa
  • Y’all are working so hard (and have been) , definitely seeing fruits of your labor. 😊💪🙌

    Cavalier JamesCavalier James24 giorni fa
  • put a rock firplace area somewhere

    Josh H. 20Josh H. 2025 giorni fa
  • Deeeeeeemmmm suuuuuuuuuuun.....🤕

    Albert HendriksAlbert Hendriks28 giorni fa
  • I think in the back on the hill you should make a little Pond With a water fall and a garden with plants and trees with the Stone Stair Case Going Up

    Rxthl3ssRxthl3ss29 giorni fa
  • soil and plants will be nice!

    Ethan MacherasEthan MacherasMese fa
  • Y’all actually spread the dirt best way u could have for plants sake imma fertilizer guy and thats best way

    Madmanrich777Madmanrich777Mese fa
  • Need lots of shade and lots of moisture for moss. A water feature will almost ensure proper conditions. And English ivy is good ground cover for shady areas.

    Blakely KuzelaBlakely KuzelaMese fa
  • Why dont u ppl make the house a bit bigger. Take some time to think about it. You guys have 15 acres of land so u know what i mean like thats a lotta land... make it a bit modern with the backyard as in like behind the stones, add some lights, waterfalls and etc etc. Btw u guys are really successful.

    Pretha AminPretha AminMese fa
  • Would love to be doing exactly this...

    Jacob LJacob LMese fa
  • Jealous as heck

    Jacob LJacob LMese fa
  • Kills me everytime I hear them spell out HVAC... Usually said as two words "H VAC" like H the VAC like vacuum lol. Must be the Canadian in me 😂😂

    Brando_OutdoorsBrando_OutdoorsMese fa
  • A waterfall is nothing but a breeding ground for mosquitoes and I don't think you need more of them

    JagermeisterJagermeisterMese fa
  • Could double use the garden steps as a waterfall, obvs need to put membrane down under, You’ll also need a collection point at the bottom to pump back up to the top..! But only if you don’t have erosion problems, in this case I’d say stay away from any water features.

    martin brimblemartin brimbleMese fa
  • Cars ??? Cars?? 🤔🤔

    Francisco Carlos BorgesFrancisco Carlos BorgesMese fa
  • It helps with the steepness if you make zigzags with your rocks. I would personally take it off to the right.

    Wolf Gang at RandomWolf Gang at RandomMese fa
  • Bring out the big forklift with the extenable boom to move rocks for your stairs..

    Elfego SolisElfego SolisMese fa

    BaggerBroBaggerBroMese fa
  • what about your blue forklift, it can boom out long so it can go higher

    alphiejh1alphiejh1Mese fa
  • kubota in greek means condom

    michael carydakismichael carydakisMese fa
  • they're doing the same shit all week and it's getting boring 🤮

    anibal payananibal payanMese fa
  • love a good time lapse. nice one boys

    hjs steadyhjs steadyMese fa
  • Hi guys keep up the good work, I love the channel. You guys should do a collab with the Greg Wittstock the pond guy to do a waterfall on that hillside with a koi pond. That would look amazing.

    Shaun Craig DunnShaun Craig DunnMese fa
  • It's way cheaper to buy untagged soil verses bagged soil. Buy it by the truck load next time. Just letting you know.

    Josh Man's CreationsJosh Man's CreationsMese fa
  • Aside from the plants along the steps you should randomally place them all over. Stagger the different plants mixed all over the hill so the steps are the only spot that has uniformity to it. It will let's the steps stand out and leave the rest sort of abstract looking like the rock wall is.

    bobbycone2bobbycone2Mese fa
  • Those rocks all being the same height is not surprising at all. They all formed together over the years in the same area so they would have formed all at the same time with the environment doing the same thing all around them so if one rock split because of the way the environment was at the time of that layer being formed then all of them would have the same thing going on.

    bobbycone2bobbycone2Mese fa
  • Hire a hydrologist .... looks like one day you will get washed away....

    iporcupinetreeiporcupinetreeMese fa
  • you going to drain that or have a swamp at your door..... man you get a 1 in 10... down from 1 in 50 years (due to climate change) storm your house the little wall the cars the dog the lot will end up down the mountain.......

    iporcupinetreeiporcupinetreeMese fa
  • Definitely need to make a waterfall in the backyard

    Marcus HebbMarcus HebbMese fa
  • A fire pit at the top of the stairs would be awesome

    Cullen & DadCullen & DadMese fa
  • Near future become waterfall absulutely?

    yaifootballthaibavyaifootballthaibavMese fa
  • Add to top of the hill I would driver some anchors to make sure safe and stabilized

    Big BubbaBig BubbaMese fa
  • If you dislike this you will not susseed

    Tez GangTez GangMese fa
  • Solar lights would look awesome 👌 also I used to be in landscaping on the side of a hill like that you can put a small amount of mulch down to help with your soil if you want but after you put just a thin layer down spray the plants and mulch with miracle grow and then cover them with pine straw the pine straw want wash away like mulch and as long as you don't get a really big rain for about 2 weeks the mulch will settle in up under it

    Phillip IveyPhillip IveyMese fa
  • I actually do not like the daaaaaaaaaaaaaaangsun

    rich kemprich kempMese fa
  • I know you mentioned the possibility of putting a hot in on the deck but I wouldn’t. The framers look to have done a really good job! But a hot tub holds a lot of water and weighs a lot. I would triple check before you consider it lads

    rich kemprich kempMese fa
  • Waterfalls !!!!!!

    Ronald SuhlRonald SuhlMese fa
  • u could grow your own vegetables and fruit fm on ig @tae.byhimself yt @Tae20fficial

    octavious harrisoctavious harrisMese fa
  • Am I tripping or at 14:57 or 58 the videos starting glitching like crazy 🙄😦

    Jerrold RiderJerrold RiderMese fa
  • The number of times they said dude is the number of likes this comment gets. Love the content by the way.

    Deven De castroDeven De castroMese fa
  • Idiotic putting the well pressure tank in a separate building. Put the pressure tank in the corner of the garage.

    GmanGmanMese fa
  • Oof

    Silentt IvanSilentt IvanMese fa
  • No mulch it will just wash away some real nice gravel will look real nice

    Junbug UptownJunbug UptownMese fa
  • Was drainage installed at the base of this retaining wall????

    southpike1000southpike1000Mese fa
  • Your HVAC geothermal units use water to cool the refrigerant instead of air. No water in the actual air

    Arthur MilliganArthur MilliganMese fa
  • would be good if u have waterfall

    Aqua Good TVAqua Good TVMese fa
  • Where do they get all the money to do all this stuff whatos

    Oliver McdowellOliver McdowellMese fa
  • Good job guys keep doing what you doing stay healthy stay safe have fun beautiful house

    LukaszLukaszMese fa
  • Forget about the aesthetics on the back hill, guys. You need to concentrate on real drainage and rainwater control in front and on top. Under cut that hill too much and one big southern rainstorm will put all of your hard work in your garage. Remnants of hurricanes too. too pretty too soon.

    Lade's EddyLade's EddyMese fa
  • You need to see what needs to be water and what should not be

    Kevan PatmanKevan PatmanMese fa
  • Why don't u do some work instead of dancing around and talking about it! Your big boys now start acting like it?????

    Kevan PatmanKevan PatmanMese fa
  • literally no one:... goonzquad:....carbon fibre window panes.. .....

    jkings 25jkings 25Mese fa
  • That’s the best water to drink

    ruspeedruspeedMese fa
  • You guys should make a pond

    Aaron MaggardAaron MaggardMese fa
  • The HVAC system you described that uses water to wet filters air is pulled through and pumped into the house is called a swap cooler. I prefer swamp coolers over central air for cooling, but you can't control the temp inside the house like you can central air. A swap cooler has 3 speeds: high, low, and off. You control the speed by manually switching them. Swap coolers also pressurize the inside of the house, so a window that's not closed completely will whistle, and exterior hinged doors that open to the inside will be slammed closed if you don't control them. Swamp coolers are typically found out west on the roofs of many homes.

    Connor HendricksConnor HendricksMese fa
  • Hay you going to put the water fall in that I suggested that would be cool just wondering

    Ken BellKen BellMese fa
  • "Strategery" 😎

    DatacenterDudeDatacenterDudeMese fa
  • Please put all your time lapse of your backyard where all your rocks are all together and and have it all in a video,

    Kodgamer197 KCKodgamer197 KCMese fa
  • You guys need a pond on the property rather in the front yard or in the back around the rocks

    Jamie HughesJamie HughesMese fa
  • professional job looks awesome geothermal cools house or heats use a reverse osmosis filter for inside water dig a trench around plastic or rubber the wall rock it run pipes to a catch area rock that way the water stays from the house. go to a nursery

    t robt robMese fa
  • so happy that you are using the stone on your property

    t robt robMese fa
  • Do not plant Palm trees as they require a lot of attention to keep trimmed and free of seed pods. The seed pods can get to be 80 + pounds and can fall and do harm.

    C J MahovicC J MahovicMese fa
  • Mulch lock locks mulch or soil In place. It’s a glue but is pet safe and stuff. It’ll help a lot for containing the stuff on the hill

    FKJJ98FKJJ98Mese fa
  • You guys have a lot of heart! But, please anyone watching this do not build a retention wall like this!

    M. CarrM. CarrMese fa
  • After planting, you can sprinkle some tree bark around this whole area - it'll prevent the landscape from wild weeds ;)

    Andrzej OleszczukAndrzej OleszczukMese fa
  • Some berry plants above your rock wall would be practical and tasty!

    DipeDipeMese fa
  • It’s amazing how you guys make work seem like a playhouse Big ups from Ghana 👍🏽

    RICHARD AsanteRICHARD AsanteMese fa
  • Love your videos ....good work guys keep it up 👍💯

    Mike DementedMike DementedMese fa
  • Chaos and calm co exist. There imperfections are perfect. ... depending lol looks amazing. I just bought my first house and I’m doing the same thing you guys are paint floor doors walls remodeling landscaping buying awesome new toys and tools. Inspiration, you guys are indeed.

    SuperNiCoNaTeRSuperNiCoNaTeRMese fa
  • You need drainage behind the retaining wall guys.

    Tech ChallengedTech ChallengedMese fa
  • You guys need a landscape design company to help you. Firstly that wall is not a retaining wall it's decorative and will do noting to hold back that slope. Secondly you guys should have put drainage lines in behind the wall not in front. Then you'll want drainage under the deck and well everywhere. I bought a house with lots of hardscape in the back yard and not one drainage line. Literally becomes a giant pool when it rains.

    Cameron StoddardCameron StoddardMese fa
  • You want geotextile fabric aka ground fabric before you put your topsoil down.

    Clock End FarmClock End FarmMese fa
  • Add a water tank system to your house for run off

    Jerry CrowJerry CrowMese fa
  • So many experts! Boys, you’re an inspiration to many. Great work!

    Timothy HerweynenTimothy HerweynenMese fa
  • Why you keep saying "we got an EARLY start to this video" when your day is over?? Should be a LATE start to the video. Lol

    Shaggi75Shaggi75Mese fa
  • this is the truck you need to get the job done but better than kubopta ;

    the world of knowledgethe world of knowledgeMese fa
  • grow some kush out there :)

    bendick69bendick69Mese fa
  • Hey goonz the house is looking great! I love seeing the transformations as i enjoys doing similar things. A few notes... I used to do concrete and I have a few recommendations if you don't mind. First would be" curtian drain" installed if not already around the house. Its like a rock pit around the house for the gutters to drain into. You could also do a linear drainage channel. At the bottom of the wall. You put it in before concrete a pour up to it. I'd recommend a "natual rock look " with "stamped concrete" for a boarder comimg towards the house an add the linear drainage channel. Somewhere there. Then On the edge of that pour your slab for under the Stargazer 3000. I think that would do well to keep water from coming off the hill towards the house. Feel free to hmu. Hvac knowledge as well Lastly id recommended a thickened edge on the well house closest to the road.

    collen lowrycollen lowryMese fa
  • With electric pumps like yours to electric pumps that you need that f450 just to haul down to windmill water wells

    Troy ClearmanTroy ClearmanMese fa
  • I work on water wells here in West texas

    Troy ClearmanTroy ClearmanMese fa
  • Plant some shade trees and also make sure you give them plans a good drink of fertilizer water night and day different.

    nick jordannick jordanMese fa
  • Go to a garden center or nursery they will have a way better selection and they know what they’re talking about and also to Support local businesses

    nick jordannick jordanMese fa
  • Make grass, stones and a little concrete cut out and put some fish and lily pads in it.

    MR. CAD YTMR. CAD YTMese fa
  • Exactly (@8:22), also on my property all the rocks are naturally the same size. Njes.

    Stiff WoodStiff WoodMese fa
  • Only 10 commercials? Jeez...

    muddy32456muddy32456Mese fa
  • 🙋🙋🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷👍👍👍👍

    Rosy Albornoz de AndradeRosy Albornoz de AndradeMese fa
  • this is how many times he said damn son

    Kryptic ClanKryptic ClanMese fa
  • Nice!!!

    Jason SmithJason SmithMese fa
  • Everybody waiting on the new video from today?? I'm...

    Zachary 3D PrintsZachary 3D PrintsMese fa
  • سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم اللهم صل وسلم على محمد وآل محمد كما صليت على ابراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد

    FlamngoFlamngoMese fa
  • Don’t add too many plants if you do and they become crowded they won’t grow very good most likely die within a couple of weeks of growing

    honda vs gtrhonda vs gtrMese fa
  • If you don't create a place for the water to go off the hill side... you're gonna be screwed up every time it rains. You've created an absolute funnel into your back yard. It looks great, but it ain't gonna work unless you create a drainage path, french drain, something...

    Sterlin SmithSterlin SmithMese fa