http://www.VideoJoeKnows.com Reading an electrical drawing starts ‘here’….do you know where ‘here’ is? Do you know how to read an electrical drawing? Do you know what a set of plans is? Do you even know how to read an electrical drawing or what it’s for? You’re in for a treat as “joe” wants you to know how to read an electrical drawing & from there, Read More
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This is part of a FREE series of 4 videos (this being the 2nd) showing you how to read construction drawings like a pro. Learning how to read plans is a skill that is within your reach and this series of 4 free videos will show you how, step by step. You could know how to read house plans in less than an hour after watching all 4 of the videos.
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The short answer; yes! Check out the Samurai Carpenter’s video and support his YouTube channel
Learn how to set up rebar for a mat foundation, column or a footing. this video shows you step by step the names and different types of rebar members placed on a concrete column and a footing slab.
Lots of contractors are leaving money on the table by not adding markup to materials. Do yourself a big favor and start if you aren’t.
Smart technologies, softer finishes, and toilets that clean themselves make this year’s watch list.
“…A team of Consumer Reports home editors and market analysts joined more than 80,000 design and construction professionals at the Orange County Convention Center, where about 1,500 manufacturers and suppliers unveiled their latest appliances, kitchen and bath fixtures, building materials, and more. A trade show of this size and scale almost defies trendspotting, but patterns did emerge as we traversed the 569,000 square feet of floor space. Here are seven developments we expect to see more of in 2017. We included pricing and availability information, where we could…”