Pouring A Concrete Pad | How to Build a Shed | Part 2

Pouring A Concrete Pad | How to Build a Shed | Part 2

Follow Along our Journey to create an Awesome Shed. Today we create a concrete pad to build our structure on!

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Michael Galle says:

Thank you, Jeff.

Maria H says:

I love your videos, they're so positive and packed with tips. You've given me the confidence to have a go myself. Can't wait for the next one in the series 🙂

interulez1 says:

Another great video!!! Thank You Gentlemen!!!!

Gina Brown says:

Is Part 3 coming soon? Anxious to see how this ends

Larry Cook says:

Great video again. Thanks.

Amazing Brothers! says:

So much negativity from people! I loved the concrete floor! Experience makes perfection! Keep up the GOOD work!

JL R says:

A few questions:
1) The soil was significantly disturbed, did you tamp it down after?
2) Shouldn't geotex be used to separate ground from gravel?
3) Was gravel not tamped down as well
4) Can you elaborate on you choice of 1/2 " stone over say, 0-3/4"

While you answer repeatedly that it's only a garden shed as opposed to house/driveway, the overall weight of 60 bags of wet concrete is significant. + eventual the structure above it. I am wondering, along with others, how will this work stand up to time and the elements…

Joe Foley says:

poor concrete finish dude… a bit of youtube research would had helped u finish it better

Madison Moore says:

Excited to do this once I get to it on my long list of projects to do. Could you do a video in the future on how to install siding?

Makers In the making says:

thanks for this video

woodsmandan says:

Oh man, as a landscaper, this is so frustrating. Without 50mm clearance on the rebar you will get eventually get serious concrete cancer. Without a layer of plastic under the mix you can get some serious cracking. Final job looks ok, but could be a lot better.

Recoil Kneepads says:

Your dog makes a great model 🐶 Great work man!

jessyj1971 says:

these videos opened my eye about a lot things I didn't know about my house. Appreciate it.

unr1 says:

Love the music you used in the video. Great choice!

Mike says:

Another one for the books! Had me worried you were going to fill that 8 inches with gravel! I'm sure you're not a fan but it's great for us DIYers to see what to do when things don't go as planned. Ya know, Max, that yard would have looked nice with a horizontal fence…. just saying haha

Lahsen Fawzi says:

Good job Jeff, you really remind me of myself. I am a homeowner and I do a lot of DIY around the house. Thanks for the vids

Justin Knoetzke says:

I have two questions. 1) What's the main advantage and disadvantage to using say those concrete elephant feet instead of a concrete pad and 2) How many advil did you take the next day after shooting that ?

Christopher Lu says:

Enjoy to watch your video, valuable resource, good instruction, please post more videos.

Jeffrey Hernandez says:

Nice name. Also great video as usual! 😀

Ugly Maid says:

Hey, Jeff, speaking of concrete, is tiling over cinder block OK to do? I really enjoyed this video. Very helpful for a future project. Thank you, thank you!

dave waite says:

you keep calling it a cement pad and bags of cement . its concrete … cement is just 1 of the ingredients in concrete .. sorry but it is an instructional video .

Richard Benson says:

I'm curious… Is there a reason why you didn't use stakes and nails to install/align the boards? It would have been quicker, and easier.

الياباني japan says:

Very beautiful work Mr.Thorman and l love your work cheers

Brian Illingworth says:

Really like your videos, looking forward to the rest of the build! Your drywall serious was awesome by the way!

Jacob Fox says:

Liked video there’s two things you can guarantee about concrete it’s going to get hard and it’s going to crack

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