Framing Walls with Larry Haun

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finehomebuilding

3 yıl önce

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richard slater
richard slater Yıl önce
That was, for me, the perfect TRshow video. No cheesy music, no filler, genuine blokes who don’t need to be comedians, everything straight to the point, massively informative and interesting. Every second of that video was worth watching. Thanks guys, brilliant. (660 people have disliked this video. Come on guys, what do you want?).
Damps
Damps Yıl önce
Everyone credit's Larry's arm on that spot on nailing when Larry himself gives credit to Joe for doing most of the nailing at
Zack Abadie
Zack Abadie 2 yıl önce
The sounds of the tool belt and tools clanking together, the wood shifting on the floor,the hammering, the square grinding on the wood and him marking with the crayon is like ASMR to my ears. So very relaxing and educational. Love these videos, R.I.P Larry Haun
dotChrollo
dotChrollo 2 yıl önce
This video is my first exposure to Larry but I'm certifiably hooked. Framing up houses is my favorite part of any job, and seeing this much skill on display is just fantastic
Teach a man to fish
Teach a man to fish
The boots. The skiller diller. The suspenders. Massive wood handled framing hammer. This was when I came up as a kid learning framing with my dad. Good memories.
Robert Beasley
Robert Beasley Yıl önce
When I turned 30 and was going through a divorce and needed work a friend hired me on his framing crew..I didn't know squat but was willing to learn..at first I was just lumping wood and his gofer.. eventually he taught me more skills..framing walls, hanging rafters, sheathing etc etc.. eventually the crew fell apart and I went on to different work..but those skills turned me into a man and stuck with me 25 years later..watching these two masters bring back those memories and the pride that I felt everytime we completed a house!
Marc Conroy
Marc Conroy 3 yıl önce
God bless Larry Haun, read some of his books many years ago! If Larry were alive today he'd be a youtube star- such a natural style of delivery and good, honest content. RIP
Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson 2 yıl önce
Very impressive. Larry is the best framer I have ever seen. His videos are so informative. As a carpenter, I was humbled by his expertise.
D K
D K 2 yıl önce
Larry is the Bob Ross of framing. I’ve never painted a painting in my life, but still watched Bob Ross’s shows. I’ve never even built a damn dog house in my life, but here I am watching Larry frame a house.
Fil Solano
Fil Solano 2 yıl önce
As a framer my self for almost two decades, till today I have nothing but respect and admiration for this man. A true legend
Joseph Huether
Joseph Huether
Regarding this line of thinking that Larry was somehow “old school” it is worth reading his memoir A Carpenter’s Life As Told by Houses. About ¾ of the way through the book he really drills down into his experience doing hard-core “piecework” production framing in southern California with the construction company his older brother Jim started in the early 1950s. By that time he had already been a carpenter on a handful of truly “old school” framing jobs including one traditional balloon frame job. Framing lumber was hand sawn and walls were erected stud-by-stud in the vertical position. Then by the mid-50s the world of residential construction was turned upside-down and they were in the vanguard. They were full-blown early adopters of nearly all new production tools and techniques…including nail guns. The Haun brothers pioneered many of these. He also points out that there were individuals who were so specialized in their area of framing that they could nail almost as quickly as by gun. He speaks of a pneumatic stapler that he purchased and used for sheathing in the early 1960s.
Anthony Kiiru
Anthony Kiiru Yıl önce
These are the kind videos TRshow should have. So relaxing, fun to watch and very informative.
Resdawg Gaming
Resdawg Gaming 3 yıl önce
32 people who disliked this video couldn’t eye ball the cut.
Gareth Perrin
Gareth Perrin 2 yıl önce
Possibly the best instructional video I've ever seen, this is just brilliant, thank you Larry
Timothy Aure
Timothy Aure
At 67, brings back a lot on memories of residential and apartment framing. Though not near as limber today, I've enjoyed, the physical and creative aspects of building. I've since dropped back into remodeling. I've often said every home is picked up 3x by hand. At my age, I've lifted quit a few buildings. You learn to work as a team. Fork lifts and nailers have made construction easier but the physical aspects are still there. No regrets!😉
Paddy Redman
Paddy Redman 2 yıl önce
I was taught years ago by an old guy like Larry, he wouldn't use battery drills and paslode nail guns hadn't long been on the scene. Everything was done by hand all bar a skill saw. Certainly taught me patience and how to hammer nails. He set me up with a 8' 4x8 and made me hammer nails until all the timber was near enough full of nails. Don't know how many times I hit my fingers but by the end of it you where sinking nails faster and more accurately than you could of ever imagined. Served me well in the long run, most new kids will never swing a hammer to hit nails in nowadays. Other trades would laugh at the lack of power tools until he busted out the hammer and put the nail guns to shame when they over heated and couldn't keep up. Now teaching my son the same way so he appreciates the new cordless power tools if and when he gets it later.
Chad Spurling
Chad Spurling 2 yıl önce
It is just so amazingly enjoyable to watch people who are truly skilled and expert at what they are doing make something like this just look effortless.
Mike Kennemer
Mike Kennemer 2 yıl önce
I have been building for over 30 years and could learn something from Larry every day of the week and just enjoy watching his videos, so full of wisdom. Thanks Larry. When I found out Larry had passed I cried. Im 55yrs old.
Martin Sanchez
Martin Sanchez 3 yıl önce
I'm a business graduate from Spain, but I can't stop watching and listening to this true master, Larry. And that teamwork with Joe. I don't even do carpentry or use imperial system for god's sake!
ELIRAXPRT
ELIRAXPRT 2 yıl önce
When I watch guys like Larry I realize how much of an amateur carpenter I really am
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