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I had My New Shop Sprayed with Hot Foam!! (Dream Shop Build)
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Love the series on the shop build
I like this
The shop looks amazing ! Can’t wait to see everything once you get it furnished with tools and start wrenching!
You and me both!
Nice foam! Don't worry about the acoustics. I think once you start stacking stuff inside it will cut down the echo. A wireless mic also helps. Fun video Matt 👍😁
I have certainly enjoyed the shop construction series, Matt !! Great job and looking forward to seeing the next phase of construction - overhead crane, etc. You've come a L.O.N.G. way, Matt since I first found your channel !! 😂
I put my hamster in a sock and slammed it against the furniture.
Great to watch the shop come together, and very interesting to watch the insulation and painting crew working to get it done. Nice job.
It's been a really interesting and eye-opening journey with your dream shop - Kinda sad it's done. I remember being fascinated with the quality of workmanship from the concrete guys, and just now the with the insulation guys too. I thought the 'platform truck racing' was excellent, and I immediately knew there was no way you could crawl one of them home at 3mph when you have a skid-steer available - You would of gone crazy driving that platform thing! - My only question is why the roof that high? You could put a mezzanine floor in there and still have plenty of headroom.
This has been a great series on the shop, you should be really proud of what you've accomplished. Well done Matt!
I agree 100%😀
A superb achievement Matt. Bravo!
@Think Casting man no one care about that crap
I agree with Andrew it’s fabulous. Andy from Australia
Congrats Matt!! One more big step to completion. It will be very nice to get to work inside that awesome shop!! Being out in the cold the rain and heat isn't very fun and it isn't conducive to creative thanking. You're killing it man I dig it!!
So nice to see you so close to your dream Matt! You're enthusiasm to be at this point shows!
Thanks for producing this series, some found it boring others, myself included looked forward to the video. I have enjoyed the Shop Build videos, in-fact I am eagerly awaiting the "I'm building ANOTHER shop" series of videos. My guess is you will need a paint shop soon.
Fantastic addition to the channel! It's really going to make all the renovation work so much nicer to do!
Great job Matt, those outdoor lights look great!! Awesome job with the spray foam too. Thank you for sharing 😀
“I know it doesn’t look like a big job, but yeah, that sucked” is something I think every man here can relate to! Loving this series Matt, probably one of my favs. Keep up the good work from the other side of the pond 👍
Oh yes, that sucked.
Take your time and price estimate and double or triple it. Lol
I have been in the spray foam business for 17 years. They did a awesome job! Good to see people representing our industry so well!
Great job Matt, as always! So pleased to see the shop finally coming together. Keep up the great work.
Looks like it will do well keeping the shop cool or hot depending on the season.
I think you over complicated the sheet metal installation under the porch, but like you said you’re not a steel hanger and in the end you got it done. This is turning out to be one awesome shop.
The shop series has ruled! It makes me happy to see people make their dreams a reality! I always say "Dimming some one else's light doesn't make your light brighter" so when someone is letting the light shine, I am all into it !
Personally I LOVE the shop stuff and WANT MORE PLEASE!!!! I know you need to please the guys wanting more diesel engine work as I like as well, so maybe a segment every few weeks or even just 5 minute segment per episode of progress? Love to see the electrical and the heating parts as those get completed. Also how you decide to organize your tools and work bench(s) inside as well. THANKS SO MUCH MATT!!!
Really enjoyed the “dream shop” videos. They have served as the inspiration I need to tackle my own dream shop in my back lot/yard a 10/12 tool / lawn mower storage shed. Keep up the good work Matt.
Great progress , happy for you ! It’s a long time coming and getting all you stuff together in one location and to be able to pull your array of apparatus in and work on them in all the seasons is really great , Good Luck Man .
I have thoroughly enjoyed the shop series and looking forward to the wood boiler project too and then yes, the bevy of projects you have stacked up and arouind and in the trees there would be nice to get back to as well. hahahaha, congrats Matt, your shop is nothing short of a dream.
I love the shop build... like everyone else, I'm looking forward to the crane install as well as the parts containers going in.
Good job with the outside lighting AND the insulation looks to be 'top notch'!
Love that shop and I've really enjoyed the seeing all the stages of it! I look forward to your projects in it. I'm sure getting your stuff inside will take care of a lot of the echo. Thanks for sharing and congratulations on its "near" completion!
Hey Matt it's so thoughtful of you to build that nice space above the ceiling for the bats, birds and bugs to inhabit. LOL
I know you did a good job of sealing it up but those buggers can always find a way in.
I think the gray paint made it look really good. At first I thought it was gonna be kind of frivolous, but it looks way better.
i have found the shop series interesting. looking forward to seeing what you get up to next, both now that you have an indoor option and now that its getting warmer.
You may want to fill in the vertical gaps where the outside tin meets the j channel on your overhang. If they are left open you'll end up with one big giant bee hive.
I've seen bees build a hive though a hole no bigger than a hosepipe. Lucky to get every gap. Still a good idea to fill the gaps for multiple reasons.
two years from now, let's have contest counting the mud dawber nests! 🤣
So you're saying that would BEE a good idea?
@klaatu barada Yep, a friend of mine sided his house , gambrel roof (barn style), with the delta-rib metal. He has invested in the contoured foam sealing strips at all the edges after experiencing yellow-jacket wasps nesting in the walls and ceiling. They eventually chewed through the drywall and started coming through the small holes they created. Behind the ingress holes were huge colonies of those wasps. Nasty lesson learned.
I really enjoyed the shop build series. I like all your videos...but to see the raw land turn into a wonderful working shop is a my amazing. I remember you putting in the two conex boxes and how happy and proud you were putting up the used roof between them. And now look! Sweet!
Very very nice! Too bad about the acoustics though, but it sounds like you've already figured that out 😉 This is still one of my absolute favorite channels, so YES, shop videos is just as much appreciated content as the mechanical ones🤩
Matt, you have great content to watch - no matter what it is. Thamk you. You are informative and always full of skills and knowledge to share. You have also become skilled in shooting and editing great footage with drone, time-lapse andd what not. I appreciate all the hard labour you put in all the way from clearing and prepairing the plot of dismal land into an utility center for your future endeavors. Live long and prosper, I'm happy when you are happy.
The smile on your face Matt says it all! I bet a lot of viewers are green with envy as I am at how your shop has come together. Acoustics aren't too bad Matt. I can't wait to see you working in that heated shop in the winter instead of seeing you freezing your ass off working on projects outside. Your shop is a beauty Matt, good planning and attention to details.
I'm sure the shop is only echoey because it's so empty at the moment. Get some tools and machines inside, start using the shop as you intended, and I doubt you'll notice much of an echo then. Great work from the spray foam guys - it looks awesome!
And if that doesnt help, hang some heavy cloth (ideally fire retarding) between the rafters, that will do a lot as well. Even just a few might already do a lot.
Good job on the insulation, I can't wait to see you move all of your stuff in there now!
I've heard horror stories where the insulation kept off-gassing after application and people were forced to abandon their houses ,or do some major cleaning of the spray foam insulation!
The shop series has been great, Matt, adds to the variety of your
videos. Looking forward to the next!!!
Awesome Video Matt, I love how tight the foam goes on makes a really nice seal and insulates to boot. Can't wait to see you Move in!!
Man you are very inspiring. I bought some land and I see your strength it gives me hope. I'm in the clearing phase. I wish I had a neighbor like you
Nice workshop you have there! I was wondering if you guys in the US don't use pre-insulated roofing sheets like we do in Europe. They are slightly more expensive to purchase, but you save on labor and immediately have a neat finish. Thanks for the series, I enjoy it. greetings from Belgium.
Iv used them in the uk so much quiker i do not under stand faranght us to celses easer like metric us will one day join the rest of the world
can not wait to see the overhead crane installed. insulation and lighting top notch.
A crane would be lovely
Really what I’ve been waiting for on this shop.
I was wondering about this, that truss system looks really minimal. Would there not be issues supporting not only the load of the crane but the load on the crane. Not to mention the inertia generated by the crane going back and forth on the structure.
@John Norton : Exactly -- that's why the crane is going to have its own supports rather than being tied into the building. Matt mentioned that when he was building the foundation -- there are separate footers in the foundation for the pillars that hold up the crane.
@John Norton in another video he poured huge footers inside the wall under the floor. They are to support steel beams I imagine to hold up the heavy crane.
Great job Matt. The shop looks great. Learned some new things along the way.
This is such a great series, I have loved seeing the Dream Shop come together.
Glad you enjoy it!
So bright outside your shop one could probably see it clearly a few miles up 🙂 Looking just super. Also am impressed you pulled Ohio folks in on this job. There's nothing better than watching nearly spanking new equipment doing its work, unless it's and old machine brought back to life. 🙂
Having that crane in the shop is going to be like actually LIFE changing! I've worked in shops with and without a gantry, and man a gantry crane in the shop is SO amazing to have!
your dream shop is looking good Matt. that overhead work is always a bear. especially when the beams aren't staright or when they're bowed really tuff not having them predrilled.. glad you were able to get it up and it looks great.
This has been a very enjoyable ride watching the progress on the shop we've hung in here with you for years watching your progress and I'm as excited about it as you are what a evolution change .Congratulations Matt you deserve it ,now you need to have a Garage party in the new shop
Oh Yes !!!
Every days a party now.warm and drie
Matt, the echo will significantly decrease when you start moving stuff back in. Won't take much.
Looking forward to the overhead crane - just hope you don't move so much in you need a couple weeks work to clear it all out to do that! But as I said earlier (on my other account) - Love the building videos! Having just built my own garage/shop, I enjoy anything the few guys I choose to watch do to improve their life. Wish I wasn't an unpaid retiree (hope to resolve that this year) or I'd buy some merch, but I hit like and reply to you a couple times when I can. I do what I can...
All I can think about is the incredible progress made out there! The first video I ever saw of yours was when you were dragging the old green Autocar single axle truck through the pure mud trail in the cold, leafless forest in the middle of nowhere under this covered area sandwiched by 2 containers! (Best run-on sentence I think I've made thus far.) I thought, surely he's not going to restore that old thing under these conditions! There was a sea of mud under the roof too! But now, what an incredible change! Really glad to have tagged along to see your progress! You'll have an easier time getting that old Autocar restored right with this new shop.
Incredible series giving us Brits a glimpse of US large Barn construction - very interesting and enlightening. Keep up the good, entertaining videos. Just Brilliant Matt.
I really like how it's all coming together. I built a lot smaller workshop to stay in the dry and warm and it was worth it.
My only niggle is the unpainted roofing beams, but that's just me.
I know it's not needed yet so other projects and jobs will come ahead of it, but when will you be sorting out the underfloor heating?
Thanks for always keeping it real and showing the real struggles. Too many channels want to make it look like they never hit a snag. That's what ruined commercial TV.
I know the outside ceiling was a pain in the ass but you'll be so glad you did it! No roosting birds crapping on your stuff overnight!
The spray foam is awesome and your echo will go away once you you move stuff in and get some sponsor banners up on the wall, remember the empty can rattles the most.
So keep you beef can full. Haaa
I love all the video's you put out for us!!! I know you're a busy person, but I'd love to see you put out more video's because they are that good! Thank you Matt!!! Hello from Wisconsin
Hope this shop enables me to do that!
It's great to see your shop come along, I'm sure you will get alot of use out of it.
If you’re worried about the echo for the videos, don’t worry it’s really not that bad at all 👍
Very cool series of videos. Glad to see this coming together. You probably want to wait until the crane is up, but have you thought about ceiling fans? You could save a lot on heating with some driving the hot air down.
I hope Eva got a brand new dining room table. Looks like the shop acquired the old one…lol….Congratulations Matt…it’s been a long haul for you but you’re about to cross the finish line and that has to be gratifying.
It must feel good to have it all come together. Keep up the good work!
Nice to see everything finally coming together. Btw, try to match the paint of the little door with that of the large roller gates; the current white door makes it stand out in an unfavorable way.
Awesome video, glad your shop is getting closer to completion. Can't wait to see crane installed and operational, and the floor heating running.
Great job, I didn’t realise they painted the foam, that foam rig was a real beauty. Great watching professionals doing something, they make it look so easy.
Awesome! Congrats! I have really enjoyed watching the shop build series. Looking forward to the completion and the overhead crane installation.
Great video, love the shop build series! Looking forward to seeing the overhead crane install, well done! 👍
The shop site prep and build videos are great -- every bit as interesting to me as the mechanical stuff. Looking forward to the boiler and heating system install.
Thank you very much!
There are plenty of hanging acoustic baffles you could consider. There were some outside shots which also showed your container shed which is where I first saw the channel. What a difference. Enjoy!
Nice job Matt... don't forget to add commercial celling fans for the winter time to push the heat down... Nice wall pack lights for the outside... Liked the shop build btw...! cool to see how it's done...!
Matt, congrats on your shop! Look forward to your videos on projects done in the shop.
The shop looks great Matt!! Can't wait to see the end result!
I've loved the shop series. Living vicariously thru it. Looking forward to what is next.
I have liked the shop build series, u've got variety for us, from auctions to shop builds and in between stuff which is life, thank u for taking us along, keep them coming when u can.
Yah, i'll second that!
You ain’t lying… try doing an alternator on a 2016 Nissan Pathfinder I thought oh yeah I have it done in 30 minutes took me eight hours..
Looks Awesome Matt 👍👍😊 I know you would lose a bit of ceiling height , but I bet one or 2 of those big overhead fans might be something to think about as it would be beneficial in both the summer and winter months , the only drawback is the price as I’ve heard the ones from “ Big Ass Fans “ are around 15,000$ or something sheesh 😬
I love the shop series. I'm living vicariously through things like this because I don't have the land or money to ever build an awesome shop like yours.
Most enjoyable series I've watched on Clip-Share ever. Can't wait to see you get work on some projects in that shop!
Everything’s coming out great matt you’re using quality people and doing things right it’s gonna be a nice shop for many years to come
The shop is looking awesome and the outside lights are amazing. Love the channel and always great content. Keep up the great work you do 👍👍.
Having an enclosed heated shop is going to raise your productivity exponentially. Can't wait to see the projects rolling thru that new building.👍🇺🇲
I can't wait to see what you will do with this shop in the future :)
Seeing the progress of the build has been awesome. The shop is starting to look amazing. Can't qait to see you kit it out with all your workshop gear and start swinging off wrenches in it
Outside ceiling was a pain and yet it is done and looks neat. The foam application process is interesting and hopefully will meet your requirements. Echo will go with 'stuff' even the boom.
Matt you prove hard work and determination bring you your dreams, can't wait to see projects being done in the shop.
Congratulations on the shop build, it's been an amazing adventure to watch. Can't wait to see what you have planned for your next adventure.
I loved the content around the shop, but I'm also looking forward to watching you reviving and fixing old heavy metal again 😄
You have done and continue to do a fantastic job on these videos.
Thanks so much wand look forward to many more.😊
Love the Shop Build Series! Glad for your realizing your Dream, Matt!
U should be proud of what u have achieved so far looks fantastic can't wait for the crane always enjoy ur vids whatever u post 👍
I'd consider painting the beams the same grey, would look very neat!
I enjoy the shop build videos. It's exciting to see your dream shop become reality.
Speedy insulation work! Love your time-lapse work, so satisfying! The IR cam was fun - looking forward to seeing images of the heated floor! The acoustics -are- awfully hot, the idea of hanging baffles sounds good - curious to see what you come up with, you're always creative. How's the newly-installed drainage working? SUCH a great job you and your contractors have done here! Bravo.
Get a band in you will know !!!!
The shop is looking so awesome and the insulation made a huge difference. And the lights outside look great.🤠
Looks great! Closed cell spray foam isn't exactly known to be great for acoustics. You would want open cell foam for that; however, for a shop like this, closed cell is the right choice!
Awesome series! The final result looks great.
Do you have any plans on installing a extraction fan for when you start up those old diesel engines?
Keep up the good work
Loved the video Matt . your shop is looking so good. glad to see it all most done . i know you will be working your but off when it is done in the shop . can't wait .
Great job! You have a gem of a shop and I look forward to more great content! Keep up the good work.
I am really enjoying the shop construction series. Congratulations on a job well done.
I do enjoy watching all your videos but yes I’ve been missing the mechanical videos it’ll be great to get back to them. Thanks Matt for the entertainment.
Great series. As a note for those who don't know, the painting of the insulation is more than just aesthetics....it's a fire resistant paint required by code (here at least) due to the high combustibility/flammability of the insulation.
Thanks for sharing Matt, the shop has been awesome to watch come together!
Hello Matt! The shop is coming along GREAT! Just wondering about the heating system, Is that going to be oil fired or gas fired? Very Happy for you Matt good luck!!
Fantastic job Mat, things are really coming together now, cant wait to see that overhead crane unit installation. Those outside lights are really the business too. Well done Mat, you should be very proud of your achievement.
The shop construction videos have been great. Looking forward to the crane going in. It's all good content here!