#4 OLD OAK POSTS | Staircase Restoration

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carlrogers 4 aylar önce
this was an interesting one - lots of steps forward, backwards, sideways... progress is never linear on these. enjoy. ps. coasters, t-shirts, toolbelts: www.carlrogers.co
Lola 2 aylar önce
@IOTWVUVWTOI San José te guarde y te cuide. Esas manos Alós 3 Bes ok s de una mayor bb esos
John Grace
John Grace 4 aylar önce
I've never seen a handheld bandsaw used for woodworking...very well done. Good for you...
IOTWVUVWTOI 4 aylar önce
Go pro makes the wood look warped. Loving the videos as always despite the go pro wonky looking wood
Ben W
Ben W 4 aylar önce
Hooray, Carl is back! Carl, do you think we could get a tour of the main house? It would be fascinating see it.
The Slider
The Slider 4 aylar önce
Henry Robinson
Henry Robinson 4 aylar önce
Love your channel!
Jim Willoughby
Jim Willoughby 4 aylar önce
Ben, I was thinking the same. It's been a while since episode 3 of the staircase job.
Frank Muschetto
Frank Muschetto 4 aylar önce
Another outstanding video, Carl. You have unbelievable level of patience and skills. Truly informative and enjoyable to watch. New video equipment worked well.
Nena 4 aylar önce
Besides your work being absolutely fantastic, your filming is even better, always a treat to watch, thank you!
koolkar55 4 aylar önce
Go-Pro shots are fine. Anything to make it easier for you. We are privileged that you share this amazing transformation. Thank you & great work. Billy J..... Queensland, Australia.
Grant Wilson
Grant Wilson 4 aylar önce
I definitely agree. Anything you make I am happy to watch
Mary Hilton
Mary Hilton 4 aylar önce
Wonderful to see you back. All you do is amazing! Thumbs up for the GoPro. Have a joyful and safe holiday season.
MrPeller80 4 aylar önce
Been sitting here for months waiting for you Carl!!!! Love the channel. I live vicariously through you ahhahah
kenneth crace
kenneth crace 4 aylar önce
This was well worth the wait. Looking forward to new adventures Carl. Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours. Ken from Indiana 🇺🇸
Ryan Winchester
Ryan Winchester 4 aylar önce
Bro I love your videos! Real question though, what on earth did your Mum and Dad do for a living?! Amazing place in France, restorations, half the worlds supply of Oak, better tools than me (and I've been a full time carpenter and builder for 6 years now). Very lucky to have your family and to be so skilled whilst still so young! Keep the videos coming! :)
HelplmChoking 4 aylar önce
That 2001 clip killed me lol great workmanship as always and the editing takes it to the next level
lulubelle0bresil 4 aylar önce
Same here! 😄 (In case someone is wondering, we're talking about the clip from the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey with the monolith and the apes that Carl used in his video)
Dick Davidson
Dick Davidson 4 aylar önce
Thank you for the blood moon timelapse, amazing how red it was!
Peter Bazinet
Peter Bazinet 4 aylar önce
SO good to see you posting again. These videos are therapy for me and I appreciate them. And your dedication to your work is amazing. I hope we see more progress in the coming month.
Franz Ben
Franz Ben 4 aylar önce
It's SO great to have you back ! Your videos are poetry of the eye and the hand, if that means anything to anyone else but me... 😀 Just wondering: are you planning on repurposing these two magnificent posts somewhere else in the house ? They're so beautiful maybe they'd deserve a second life as ornaments...
Jeff Willis
Jeff Willis 3 aylar önce
Yes, the videos are gorgeous. A combination of love of woodwork, antique quality.
Mandy Leeson
Mandy Leeson 4 aylar önce
Valiant effort in trying to save the old posts. Fascinating to see the new ones being constructed. Here’s to another 300 years. 🍻
Bill K
Bill K 4 aylar önce
OMG... cannot imagine the man-hours you spent on the newel posts! Excellent job and the end justifies the effort. All the best this holiday season.
John Deackman
John Deackman 4 aylar önce
Beautiful work Carl. I applaud your patience and precision. Very nice work.
Robert Brewer
Robert Brewer 4 aylar önce
Great work and the "mood" shots are particularly poetic in this video. Thanks
Paul 4 aylar önce
Good to see you back Carl, l hope your dad is well. Great video, great explanations. And the addition of the band saw to your tool kit is a good one. All the best.
Jenny's Chateau Farm
Jenny's Chateau Farm 4 aylar önce
It’s so satisfying to witness a master craftsman at work. We’ll done to both of you, and we’ll done for capturing it so well on film 💕🤗💕
Moira Goldsmith
Moira Goldsmith 4 aylar önce
That band saw is great! Especially watching you both 'effortlessly' cutting the chamfer edges. 👏🥳. Nice to see you again too.
David Davis
David Davis 4 aylar önce
Gooood evening from central Florida! Hope everyone has a great night! Blue tape covering the makers mark on the saw... I don't blame you! Only promote what they will pay.
Joel Ferreira
Joel Ferreira 4 aylar önce
Haven't even started the video and already know it's good as always
Natalia Khartskhaeva
Natalia Khartskhaeva 4 aylar önce
Какого замечательного сына - помощника, воспитал отец! Хвала отцу! Отличное видео, рада встрече.
Afer 4 aylar önce
Love your videos ! And i think we are neighbours in France ! You are doing a beautiful restoration, ty for the sharing it
B W 4 aylar önce
Thank you for taking us along on this amazing project, love the "Carl Cam", so refreshing to see such craftsmanship and care. Love the oak, so beautiful but can't imagine how hard it must be to machine.
regina lawson
regina lawson 4 aylar önce
Well... Nothing better than cooking a Thanksgiving turkey and watching another fabulous video by Carl Rogers! Very informative and entertaining! Can't wait until the next installment!
Poppa Mad
Poppa Mad 4 aylar önce
Awesome work. Love your videos. Your attention to detail and commitment to preservation and restoration are rewarding to watch.
Robert Minato
Robert Minato 4 aylar önce
Beautiful work! I love your videos . Cant wait for the next one!
Nigel Weaving
Nigel Weaving 4 aylar önce
Just wonderful. In awe of your skill and envious of the opportunity to use them in such a splendid family project.
Gary Jones
Gary Jones 4 aylar önce
Carl it's good to see you back in the lab again.. That place is going to be a beautiful home when you're finished... You have some fantastic skills.. I wish I was that good at your age.. Carl thx for bringing us along on another adventure.. Take care my friend and God Bless you and your family...
ChillZedd 4 aylar önce
I learned what a newel post is literally yesterday and now im learning how to make them
Travelswithdave 4 aylar önce
I like on Christmas vacation when Clark Griswald fixes the newel post....lol
Mac Expert
Mac Expert 4 aylar önce
Awesome idea the way you utilized the laser level 👍
Phil Searcy
Phil Searcy 3 aylar önce
It's been a while since I saw one of your videos. I don't know when you made this change, but Im so glad youre talking in them now! Your patience and craftsmanship is awesone. Something I aspire to do one day! Thank you for showing us your projects and progress. It is a wonderful journey.
melinda turner
melinda turner 4 aylar önce
i love watching you guys work. true skills
Michael Holper
Michael Holper 4 aylar önce
Great work, and excellent attention to detail overall! That was pretty impressive that you recut the mortises for the bottom post. We want more videos but no go-pro, (motion sickness-inducing, and weird distortions). And be careful with your power tools! It looked like you were about to remove about 10 layers of skin as you were turning off your chain mortiser.
Nigel Bullock
Nigel Bullock 4 aylar önce
Carl. I looked for your latest vlog yday and then today you produce a new one. Excellent as ever.
gs032009 4 aylar önce
As always, wonderful and fascinating. Please make a video about the restoration in the upstairs of the house.
Gerry M
Gerry M 4 aylar önce
36:30 and others like it - an oscillating tool would make your life so much easier here, I have a Fein Multimaster and it has been an absolute game changer for renovating 👍
Steve Babiak
Steve Babiak 2 aylar önce
And there are numerous brands out there that might be more budget friendly (given that the power planer he purchased during this video seemed to be partly based on budget). And it could even be useful for use in cutting some of the tenons where a drill and large spade bit were used. 9:53
gerard donoghue
gerard donoghue 4 aylar önce
I was just thinking the very same myself
Lorret S
Lorret S 4 aylar önce
A whole new appreciation, for the work that goes into staircases. I wouldn't like to have tackled the original version, with no power tools ! I just need to sit near the bag of shavings to complete the whole sensory ambience
Warren Musselman
Warren Musselman 4 aylar önce
You really should get yourself an oscillating multi-tool like the Makita XMT035 - I'm sure Festool makes similar. That awkward sawing thing with the stringer against the wall at the landing would have taken you a couple painless minutes. Look forward to the next video Carl.
Warren Musselman
Warren Musselman 4 aylar önce
@Ed Russell The hand tool work is core to the attraction of this channel. For a young guy, Carl has serious hand tool chops. On the other hand, I keep seeing strange Festool tools I never knew existed - at least the beam saw. I love the modern approach to traditional carpentry and home building/restoration.
Jerry Smith
Jerry Smith 4 aylar önce
Totally agree. When I was doing installations, I had three. Retired now and am down to one. You will learn to do things with a multi master that you never thought of.
Ed Russell
Ed Russell 4 aylar önce
I was mentally screamng the same thing in my head haha. But I do appreciate the use of the hand tools also.
Jeff Forbes
Jeff Forbes 4 aylar önce
Great job as always! A great story to begin with.
JD 4 aylar önce
Good thing you end up making new ones. The contrast between the old and the new stairs do not go together in a trillion years. Before I forget, that moon was _awesome!!!_
jimmyg 4 aylar önce
Hard to believe they managed to make the original with hand tools!!! Oak is so so hard to cut. Nice work.
Lynne Lewis
Lynne Lewis 4 aylar önce
Wow beautiful work you are a true artist of wood I love watching you work .x
Darkthonder 4 aylar önce
Hope everything is ok in your life. It has been a long time since your last post was concerned. Happy to see you back 😄
Hertog von Berkshire
Hertog von Berkshire 4 aylar önce
Never seen a portable band saw before. I checked it out and yes, it's expensive!! Nice piece of kit.
Phil & Mini Phil Hammond
Phil & Mini Phil Hammond 4 aylar önce
Not too keen on the GoPro headset attachment shots, but the drone shots...wow! Loving the work on the staircase, can't wait for a tour of the inside of the house.
William Lewis
William Lewis 4 aylar önce
greetings Carl and your dad. many thanks for the most recent vidéo. i rather enjoyed the cinematography where you captured the up close chisel work. the smell of oak in the morning. it seems to me, that good tools begets good results. the skill-set employed by your dad and yourself is legend. it would have been nice to reuse the old post but in the long run, i believe that you've made a brilliant decision to start anew. hoping that your dad has recovered nicely from his knee replacement. until next time, they call me Jim, whenever i wear my "Slim !" cheers
Aaron Wilson
Aaron Wilson 4 aylar önce
Go Pro & tripod setup together creates just enough variety to level up a good production quality to be great! Thanks for sharing this journey and taking the time to build a channel around it!
Verónica RaR
Verónica RaR 4 aylar önce
You are back!!!!! Great video as usual. Regarding the go pro filmed part, it was great! Thank you
Tu te Kohe
Tu te Kohe 4 aylar önce
Carl, your videography is like your wordworking - exemplary and super entertaining. Are the measurements on the 300 year old joinery in any particular system, like Imperial or metric, or just some random rustic lengths?
Michael Hearn
Michael Hearn 4 aylar önce
Fantastic love your work love the whole project it’s really a joy to watch cannot wait to see more..thank you…👍🏻😂🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧
Hugh Bishop
Hugh Bishop 4 aylar önce
Carl, you are a Saint for trying to refurbish and use the old newel posts but new fits better so new it is.
Judy Mielcarek
Judy Mielcarek 4 aylar önce
Amazing workmanship! What a job.
Avia Salter
Avia Salter 4 aylar önce
I get mesmerised watching you. Hope Dad's knee job went well - all the best.
Beth, The Merry Widow
Beth, The Merry Widow 3 aylar önce
I grew up in the 80's watching restoration show called This Old House and watching this reminds of that show. I absolutely loved it back then and love watching you now. The details...WOW
Epic Air
Epic Air 4 aylar önce
You must have picked up my inner monologue wondering where my favourite infrequent poster would get involved again yesterday. Few questions though, why cover up all Festool branding and what are those wraps on the chisels?
Epic Air
Epic Air 4 aylar önce
@steenfraosterbro I thought it was for gripping purposes.
steenfraosterbro 4 aylar önce
That french chisel also had its name covered. I have seen other YT'ers do the same when a sponsorship ends.
Robin Wahlman
Robin Wahlman 4 aylar önce
Might have something to do with the Mafell tool being used ?
Epic Air
Epic Air 4 aylar önce
@PNW RC Guess so. Without knowing the relationship they had, if tools were received for free its seems churlish, if it was something else then its understandable. Anyway, its none of any of our business what Carl chooses to do, happy to consume his content.
PNW RC 4 aylar önce
My guess would be they (Festool) are not wanting to sponsor the channel anymore. If they don't want to sponsor, then WHY someone give continued exposure on the channel to their brand? I don't know this for sure, but it's my guess. I've seen it happen with other content creators & sponsors part ways.
Sailing Legend
Sailing Legend 4 aylar önce
Thank god you are back, we have talked at home about what could have gone on, good video
Terry Rogers
Terry Rogers 4 aylar önce
Thank you for walking us through the process of building the newel post
Lo Malinke
Lo Malinke 4 aylar önce
As you asked: the new GoPro approach to filming makes for a bit of dizziness in the beginning and a lot of shots of veiny forearms, but after a while one gets use to it. I think everything that makes your life easier is worth keeping. It's a YES to the GoPro from me. Great vid as always.
Dyana Mullican
Dyana Mullican 4 aylar önce
Great build there. thanks for sharing with us.
Julia Townsend
Julia Townsend 4 aylar önce
The red moon was beautiful. With all your lovely electric machinery I wonder how long it took the craftsman to make all those years ago. So pleased to see you back so enjoy watching your vlogs. Xx
Britta Wrolson
Britta Wrolson 2 aylar önce
Your woodworking shop has been updated with some very professional equipment. A necessity when trying to create all your own custom pieces. Of course it helps tremendously that you know how and where to use them😉👏🏻
C H A C H O 2 aylar önce
That band saw is a beast! I haven't seen a portable band saw like that. Good work!
Jordan Stewart
Jordan Stewart 4 aylar önce
Easily the best series on youtube, loving it.
G Bentley
G Bentley 4 aylar önce
In over sixty years of resto work and associated trade, it is wonderful to watch your videos. You show that rare natural skill and balance with hand tools. Also Bravo with the bandsaw; so tricky to keep true with two on a small blade. Bravo sir.
zeroy 4 aylar önce
Another great progress video, nice work!! at 33:10 a multi-function tool is your friend for plunge cut like this!
ASousa Makes It
ASousa Makes It 4 aylar önce
Very good, I specially love the fact that all is solid oak! You have a fortune there!
Paul Friedman
Paul Friedman 4 aylar önce
Beautiful work. I'm very jealous of the satisfaction you must be getting.
Bruce Howard
Bruce Howard 3 aylar önce
Really fantastic work! Living every man's dream, tools, toys, bionic Dad, you've got it going on! Thanks for sharing your work and I do recognize the work. In addition to the manual labor, your cranking out the videos to boot. Thanks!
Txef 4 aylar önce
Carl this is amazing thank you for sharing this awesome content. Thanks mate
Ed Pikestone
Ed Pikestone 4 aylar önce
Great video - Stairs are looking great.
Marco 3 aylar önce
Carl, i enjoy your amazing jobs and i learn a lot out of your technics! Thanks for sharing it!!
dougieranger 4 aylar önce
Great to see you back mate, I hope you all enjoyed the summer.
Jane Blog
Jane Blog 3 aylar önce
I love how you take great pride in your work What a perfectionist what a result!
Ste Forbes
Ste Forbes 4 aylar önce
Awesome Carl. Shout out to the people who made the original posts by hand!
Martin .H
Martin .H 4 aylar önce
Love that GoPro angle of squaring up the post. It's great and holy shit was I anxious the whole time about all the spinny cutty bits of machines :D
9. b
9. b 4 aylar önce
The project of the stairs is amazing. I am impressed at amout of work, skills and calmness. I appreciate that You put extra work to recording it.
Justin Davenport
Justin Davenport 4 aylar önce
the Go Pro is great for some action shots, but i bet a lot of folks, including myself, really enjoy your tri pod shots, well thought out, well shot, keep up the work, great channel
Gregory Thomas
Gregory Thomas 4 aylar önce
The portable band saw is a very good investment...you will be using it more & more so it will pay itself off fairly quickly :)
Berend Broekhoff
Berend Broekhoff 3 aylar önce
I've never thought that building a stairs would take so many steps, this is fascinating and it's great that you are giving life to this historic home. I think if the people who originally build the staircase saw what you were doing here that they couldn't be happier, and maybe a bit envious of that portable band saw haha. amazing video Carl!
Jimmy Brock
Jimmy Brock 2 aylar önce
11 years restore 80 year old oak barn in GA. USA Ya'll great skills.
Jimmy Brock
Jimmy Brock 2 aylar önce
11 years restore 80 year old oak barn in GA. USA Ya'll great skills.
Frog Sin
Frog Sin 4 aylar önce
Great close up on chisel work . So satisfying to see the grain come up in waves !
Morning Song
Morning Song 4 aylar önce
What an absolutely stunning staircase! Great workmanship, love it!!! Well done, chapeau!!!
bernard cooke
bernard cooke 4 aylar önce
great to see your work my first staircase like this was a five flight dog legged stairs made from iriko i was the apprentice and spent many hours scrapping and sanding after the plasteres where finished . i went back there a few months later to find it all painter green. i have just retired i came to the black forest in 1997 for a month work in a zimmerie i ended up there for two years . mafell is only about 30 km away and they do factory tours for the local firms. i got a shock in 97 when i seen the macines you use for the first time here the 90 degree chainsaw was used everyday along with planners for putting the scrolls on the ends of the wall plates and perlins as they always have an overhand on the roofs here. i worked until i had a knee replacment and shoulder operation but enjoyed everyday working as a carpenter and joiner the trades over here are still differant good luck with the house.
zazamotorsport 4 aylar önce
Je suis toujours impressionné par la qualité de ton travail , bravo 😉
David Haasnoot
David Haasnoot 4 aylar önce
Gopro looks good, like the cinematic feel but weve seen enough of the ticknesser and this makes it nicer to watch. Thanks for the content!
gilesfone 4 aylar önce
I think the gopro footage is a plus, it’s another texture. Very high quality all round again, thanks 👍
Kevin Noble
Kevin Noble 4 aylar önce
Love the videos man and really like the GoPro angle on some of those shots. Especially if it’s easier for you
Dan Trumphour
Dan Trumphour 4 aylar önce
Gopro is good for when you need to move things around a lot. Tripod is good for work at the bench. Enjoying your videos.
Timebeaver 4 aylar önce
Carl, at the time this video was made, how long have you and your father been working on the house? What are your eventual plans for the house? Will it be a family residence, or will you be reselling it? Just curious.😉
Cassette Walkman
Cassette Walkman 3 aylar önce
From something he mentioned in an early vid I think they’ve had the place at least a decade or more.
mark duncan
mark duncan 2 aylar önce
You certainly know how to navigate your way around a Wood Shop! Always a Learning Experience!
deanj6969 4 aylar önce
Great video again, I watching your workman ship and wish I could do half of what you do, when is part 2 coming out. Also why have some of the tools got blue tape in them ?
Ju F.
Ju F. 2 aylar önce
Que vídeo incrível, a escada está linda!
Hugh Casement
Hugh Casement 4 aylar önce
Really nice work. That bandsaw is something else. Like a log mill without the bed.
Didier Morin-Laprise
Didier Morin-Laprise 4 aylar önce
Love your vids, and especially your persistence and thoughtfulness. I do prefer the camera from afar rather that the POV, though.
Bryn Wright
Bryn Wright 4 aylar önce
So happy to have another one of your videos to enjoy watching over lunch
Fred Robinson
Fred Robinson 4 aylar önce
Wow, what detail. Good job!
Michael McClafferty
Michael McClafferty 4 aylar önce
Love this video, thanks. I wonder what the craftsmen in 1732 would make of all the new tools and gadgets we have now. At the end of the day, you have to know and love what you’re doing. And you do , big time.. Well done. Love your sense of humour in the clip with the chimps.
Gerry M
Gerry M 4 aylar önce
Wow, when I seen the word ‘Mafel’ I knew the bandsaw wouldn’t be cheap, but I wasn’t expecting it to be the guts of £5000! Awesome bit of kit though 👍
Roman Kuznesov
Roman Kuznesov 3 aylar önce
Hi Karl! I remember watching your struggle with I cover with an old one it was interesting! You can handle the stairs too,l can't l doubt it! Congratulations Happy New Year
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