Time-Lapse of Complete Bathroom Remodel

author Dan Bourque   6 год. назад

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Full Time Lapse of our Kitchen Remodel

This is the final time lapse of our kitchen remodel consisting of over 35,000 photos assembled into a 10 minute video. The project took approximately 3 months to get 95% of the way done and 6 months to be 100% done. We ended up spending about 175% of what we thought we would but are still very happy with what we did as it made our 100 year old house much more livable. The demolition removed about 4200 lbs of debris from the room and we installed about 4000 feet of wire as we redid all the either-net, cable, and electrical in all the rooms we could reach. We found the local building inspectors to be much more help than a hinderance throughout the process as they helped me to fix any problems before they grew into big ones. Good luck to you if you are staring a project like this for yourself.

House Remodel - 4 Month Time Lapse (Entire House)

EDIT: *Please pardon the music - it was removed and replaced because of copyright issues* EDIT: Our goal was to buy the worst house in the best neighborhood. We bought the house for $74,000, put $27,000 of our own money into it. And had it reappraised for $160,000! YOU CAN DO IT TOO!!! We bought a house and made it a home! Back in May of 2016, me and my wife (4 months pregnant) decided to take on a 'handful of a project, by buying, gutting, and remodeling a house; floor to ceiling in almost all of the rooms. With the expertise of her Aunt and Uncle, we were able to tackle all the projects ourselves! Here is our journey! SOCIAL MEDIA: Intagram: https://Instagram.com/bensliwa/ Tumblr: https://Tumblr.com/blog/bensliwa Twitter: https://Twitter.com/theRealBenSliwa Facebook: https://Facebook.com/bensliwaphotographyandvideography MORE – Timelapses: Belly and Beard Timelapse ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k24oCKUhjhc Growing the Beard ►► https://youtu.be/ueLUgdw2E7c Super Baby►► https://youtu.be/wUisJxN2ACM #HomeRemodel #Timelapse #DIY SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS! ►► YouTube.com/user/BenSliwa

How to Build a Walk-In Shower (Part 1: Wedi Shower Pan Install) -- by Home Repair Tutor

Learn how to build a walk-in shower in this Part 1 video. We use the wedi Fundo Ligno curbless shower pan. Get a Free 7-Day trial to Bathroom Repair Tutor here https://bathroomrepairtutor.com/brt-platinum/ These supplies make the installation a lot easier Circular Saw -- http://amzn.to/1RFZorv Utility Knife -- http://amzn.to/1RWUS7f Reciprocating Saw -- http://amzn.to/221isW7 Diablo Demo Blade (for Reciprocating Saw) -- http://amzn.to/238rpzt Hammer -- http://amzn.to/1RFZAHm Super Bar -- http://amzn.to/231mrHY Pry Bar -- http://amzn.to/1RWVpGf 4 Foot Level -- http://amzn.to/1qoC5vE Liquid Nail -- http://amzn.to/1qoC76V Caulking Gun -- http://amzn.to/1RFZUG2 Framing Nailer (optional) -- http://amzn.to/231nqbo Impact Driver -- http://amzn.to/1qoCgHs Deck Screws -- http://amzn.to/1ZVvB3v Measuring Tape -- http://amzn.to/1RG068a Spade Bit -- http://amzn.to/1qoCiz1 Jigsaw -- http://amzn.to/1RWWCNK Mixing Paddle -- http://amzn.to/1RWXimo 1/2" Mixing Drill -- http://amzn.to/1RG0Jyx 1/4" by 1/4" Trowel-- http://amzn.to/1RG0Muf --------------------------------------------- Shop for tiling tools and shower kits https://shop.bathroomrepairtutor.com/ -------------------------------------------- Today we'll show you how to install the shower pan...fortunately this is waaaaaay easier than it use to be...especially if you use the Wedi Fundo Ligno. Our written tutorial can be found here https://www.homerepairtutor.com/how-to-build-a-walk-in-shower-part-1/ You can cut the Ligno to any size you want. They also come in pre-cut dimensions, so make sure you pick a size that fits the shower you'll build. Once you have the pan you'll have to cut out the existing subfloor. If you subfloor is 3/4" plywood you're in for a treat. If you remove the section where the Ligno is going you'll be able to install the pan in one day. Add 2x4 nailers to the joists and make them 3/4" below the the top of the joist. Apply Liquid Nail to the nailers and nail or screw them to the joists. Then apply Liquid Nail to the top of the nailer and add OSB or plywood to the joist gap. What you're doing is creating a subfloor that's 3/4 of an inch lower than the adjacent subfloor. Put together the Wedi Ligno shower pan drain using Wedi's sealant. It only needs to be hand tightened...doesn't get any easier my friend. Mix up latex modified thin-set and back butter the Wedi Ligno shower pan. Apply the same thin-set to the subfloor and embed the Ligno shower pan into the thin-set. BOOM, it's that easy. Of course there are a ton of details and they're all in our step-by-step video tutorial...we love geeking out over this stuff. Check out the video here https://youtu.be/3Eu_CD6YPfg If you want the complete written tutorial you can see that over on Home Repair Tutor http://www.homerepairtutor.com/how-to-build-a-walk-in-shower-part-1/ And if you're in the mood for a complete DIY bathroom remodel we can help with our online support group at Bathroom Repair Tutor Click on over and see for yourself http://www.homerepairtutor.com/how-to-build-a-walk-in-shower-part-1/ For Wedi Curbless shower systems check out our site https://shop.bathroomrepairtutor.com/collections/wedi

3 years Renovation timelapse

2012 - 2015 : 3 years of renovation in 14517 pictures Architect Filip De Leeuw 057 36 39 16 Grondwerken Hendrik Delameillieure 0494 98 35 91 Bouwwerken Stijn Uyttenhove www.stijnuyttenhove.be Betonpompdienst Dejonghe www.nvdejonghe.be Timmerwerken Kristof Callewaert www.timmerkristof.be Dakwerken Frans Paesschesoone 057 33 42 76 Dakwerken Jean-Paul Crul www.dakwerkencrul.be Zwambestreiding Vandermarliere NV www.vandermarlierenv.be Poorten, deuren en ramen Depoorter N.V. www.depoorternv.be Elektriciteit, Sanitair en warmtetechnieken Herman Sticker 057 33 60 23 PUR vloerisolatie Isovan www.isovan.be Pleisterwerken Maro bvba www.marobvba.be Pleisterwerken Pawel Pacek pacekpawe@gmail.com Chape Vandevyvere www.chapevandevyvere.be Hardware: Brinno TLC 100 Nikon D3000 (Nikkor 18-105mm lens) HTC Wildfire (MobileWebCam app) HTC Desire (MobileWebCam app) Foscam FI9821W V2 Software: VirtualDub

7 Great Small Prefab Homes that you can afford

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We completely remodeled our 3 bathrooms, so I decided to setup a camera to take time-lapse video of the entire work done in the master bathroom. I used a Nikon D7000 with a 10.5mm fisheye lens mounted on a Gorilla Grip tripod attached to a ventilation grill. I took a picture every 30 seconds during the 34 days of the remodel, for a grand total of 17,970 pictures.

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