Building A Custom Home in 40 Minutes: A Construction Time-Lapse

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2 yıl önce

We built a beautiful 3,800SF custom home on the hills of California, follow along as we take a blank slab and turn it into a gorgeous home. Subscribe to keep up with all of our building content, I'll show you how to build properly, along with the hiccups along the way. This construction time-lapse is a perfect example of the work and detail that goes into rough framing a new construction home.
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MattBangsWood 2 yıl önce
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AlexSchooler Yıl önce
I made it to 40:00 . I was about to stop, then you started cutting up the roof. I've always wondered how that was done. I had imagined someone on the ground using trigonometry to cut the pieces and pass them up for nailing. Ha-ha ha ha!
washington moreira
washington moreira 2 yıl önce
@The Best excellent job! I would like to spend 1 month with you ... paid for this!
gary schraa
gary schraa 2 yıl önce
Very cool to see this . [short story] When my parents moved us from Edmonton Alberta Can. to Laton Ca. in '63 , my Dad and his partner (both master carpenters from the Netherlands) Built our first home in 17 days start to finish . Including wallpaper smooth kitchen drywall , recessed phone and ironing board etc. But they also built many custom homes for Dutch dairymen and farmers . lol , This was before the days of nail guns so my 5' 10" dad with his 18 oz hammer would set all of the top and bottom plate nails while his 6' 5" partner (Evert van Heeringen) followed behind him with his 32 or 38oz meat tenderizer hammer driving each 16p nail in with a single blow . His partner showed no mercy and would drive my dad forward at an unbelievable pace . Hahaha , good times . Myself I was told to round up ANY 16p or 8p nails off the ground and face all the heads up and keep handing them to my dad . They were a sight to see and many of the American carpenters (framers my dad called them) would laugh and call them "dumb Dutchmen" But they couldn't be beat in skills and knowledge . I miss that . Thanks for the video guys , you're awesome . R.I.P Klaas 'Nick' Schraa and Evert van Heeringen
Culley Boy
Culley Boy 2 yıl önce
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lasarith2 2 yıl önce
MattBangsWood did you use a fisheye lens ? A lot of that wood looked warped.
Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt 2 yıl önce
Ive been teaching myself through books on how to build my own home. Your videos are a god send. Great visual representation of the things I've been reading, fantastic!
liquidgingerr 2 yıl önce
My fiancee and I want to build our own home. I recently joined up with my local carpenters union and then I found this channel. Love the content and I'm learning so much. Can't wait to start framing and learning even more. Thank you Matt for the awesome content
Adon Buhleebit
Adon Buhleebit 2 yıl önce
I've always loved time-lapse build videos, ranging from motorsports to homes. This is no exception. Awesome work, stay safe.
tone tone
tone tone 2 yıl önce
I would've loved to have seen the finished product of how this beautiful home turned out.
FamVanDijken🤘🏻 Yıl önce
Watched it from start to finish and could have watched for a few more hours. You guys are amazing. Keep up the good work.
cynlexgmail Yıl önce
Hey Matt! Your work is impeccable! I'm researching and designing my own home to build from scratch. I will use a contractor/construction company, but since this will represent the largest purchase of my lifetime, I want it to be all that I forever home. So I'm learning all of the ins and outs of homebuilding so I can truly be a partner with my builder and not just a consumer. Thanks for the meticulous work you do. I should be so luck to find a builder as proficient as you and your team are...Thanks for posting!
JOHN PIEGZIK 2 yıl önce
Great video Matt! It was very fun to watch I made it through the whole thing!! Keep up the good work! John 😎👍
Thomas Frye
Thomas Frye 2 yıl önce
I started building homes when I turned 18 for 15 years. Framing was my favorite part. Having that satisfaction at days end that you built something to be lived in was immeasurable. During that period I worked on two different million dollar homes one in California, one in Louisiana. Your video brings back fond memories, as I am 62 today. It was a satisfying, enjoyable, no regrets, 15 years of building. I have built cabinets as well. I learned many things in the construction trade that served me throughout life. I recently started remodeling a bathroom on a home I bought in '97. In fact I remodeled the whole house over the years. That sense of satisfaction I get when standing back and seeing the improvement never goes away. You guys do a great job. Thanks for publishing your work on youtube. I enjoyed watching.
11-STEM 1Estrella, Francine Simone M.
11-STEM 1Estrella, Francine Simone M. 2 yıl önce
Reading this inspires me so much (i wanna do stuff like these someday) i'm 16
Ar Denzel Pardo
Ar Denzel Pardo 2 yıl önce
I loved watching this time lapse. Great work. 😍 I also love designing and building houses.
David Lawther
David Lawther 2 yıl önce
Made to the 40 minute mark, love these time-lapses. Keep the good work up
David Lawther
David Lawther 2 yıl önce
You inspire me soo much. I want to be just like you. I even started my own TRshow channel 👍
joannafaith888 2 yıl önce
I love architecture... Great details framing, covering walls and rooftops... now I would like to see the details inside, the finishing, the color, the yard work...
Mind Bender
Mind Bender 2 yıl önce
BTW - like the channel and the videos. Even though im a Building Designer, the process and the materials, never ever get old! Was wondering... do you use KD lumber in your climate zone? Keep cranking out the projects looking great!!
Jeffery Porter
Jeffery Porter Yıl önce
Awesome work! Crazy to see that double back wall with like what two 18"X6" gluelams for like 30 foot span. That's just bananas. So that's how they get a wall full of windows. Can you add a link to the finished carpentry and or the completed walk through.
Joe Evora
Joe Evora 2 yıl önce
Yo Yo Matt, just curious. Do you get any warping or distortion in the walls or lumber in general after they get wet in the rain? Seems like an unavoidable evil. Thanks for the vids man!
La Isla
La Isla 2 yıl önce
You guys did a great job! Made it look so easy.
Bill C
Bill C 2 yıl önce
This video is amazing very inspiring to build i cant even wrap my head around how long it took and hard hard it was to take all these measurements and make everything so perfect
Judah G
Judah G Yıl önce
You guys did a great job. Thank you for the teaching 🙂
Bald Williams
Bald Williams Yıl önce
It is always fascinating watching the skills that go into building a house. Very efficient in the use of your material.
Bill Akers
Bill Akers 4 aylar önce
How to you tell shoddy craftsmanship from high-end stuff like this?
John Coen
John Coen 2 yıl önce
Love your channel must have every build on this you have up watched four or five times looking forward to seen future projects stay safe 🙂
luc doug
luc doug 2 yıl önce
Sick build. I wanted to ask if you had those bolts you were setting the walls on installed before the foundation was poured or after? That wall looks like 3500lbs!
Graham Allen
Graham Allen 2 yıl önce
Totally fascinated watching this build go up from start to finish. Watching from the UK. Great job boys, thanks very much.Graham🇬🇧🇬🇧
Yvonne Braun
Yvonne Braun 2 yıl önce
@Graham hello how are you doing
R Smitdog
R Smitdog Yıl önce
Clean, organized, & Skilled you guys are bad ass ! Great job !!!
G- man
G- man 2 yıl önce
Thanks for posting I used to frame just like you guys, brought back memories. Lifting most walls with the shear wall with your lift was awesome, your dumpster I'd add is a nice touch instead of trash on the ground. Not much of a attic in that house....
Kyle 2 yıl önce
Love the build! Great work💪🏼 How many square feet? any links to the finished build?
jose nas
jose nas 2 yıl önce
I made it to the very end, it was so certifying to see you do what you do best and I enjoyed every bit of it.
G. Caleb Adams
G. Caleb Adams 2 yıl önce
Question: Any framing books or resources you recommend? Technical with illustrations would be great. Wanting to learn but working another full-time job currently. Learning a lot from your stuff!
TLnn 2 yıl önce
13:00 - Best part was seeing these guys working in the rain. I had a custom home built and my crew wouldn’t show up if a single rain cloud passed over. Good job guys!!
Cory Sturgis
Cory Sturgis 2 yıl önce
@ovrbyte that's funny cause this crew is in california.
ovrbyte 2 yıl önce
david whitehouse, it’s America, specifically California.
david whitehouse
david whitehouse 2 yıl önce
what country was that .. ? here in england if you dont work in light to moderate rain then you would never get nothing done.
atamagashock 2 yıl önce
Watched the entire video. Nice work , I personally don’t care for trusses, but there’s no doubt they save a ton of time. But regardless of the trusses, you do very clean work
Chancellor Ibberson
Chancellor Ibberson Yıl önce
what a great video watched every minute, love the efficiency and they way all the angles came together, had to like and subscribe
kc bck
kc bck Yıl önce
Awesome video! These guys with the circular saws are amazing. Strait cuts whilst balancing on toes; good stuff!!!
brian pankonin
brian pankonin 11 aylar önce
I made it all the way. I helped a buddy with his construction job for like a year and loved it but its definitely a young mans game. Great work!!!
Cleve Sand
Cleve Sand Yıl önce
Made it all the way! Amazing work! I wish I could be doing this everyday!
Aristides Mourmouras
Aristides Mourmouras 2 yıl önce
I am a wood truss roof constructor, too, in Greece. Congratulations! Definitely, you are amazing. Here in Greece, we are not usually constructing the basic building frame with wood but with bricks or reinforced concrete. Only until 60 or 70 years ago, we were constructing with wood frame and earth bricks (bricks made of mud). We, also, were using reed mesh and coating... Whatever, thank you for your presentation.
Leo Z
Leo Z Yıl önce
Very interesting, love the progress 👍 very good job 👍
Shawn Paulsen
Shawn Paulsen 2 yıl önce
These guys really are incredible. Framing a home with this type of precision is no joke!!!!
sameer sameer
sameer sameer 2 yıl önce
What's so hard about it? if you plate the ground properly before you start, it should be easy
orchid jewels48
orchid jewels48 2 yıl önce
I made it all the way through. I designed homes for a living, so I found it interesting. I've designed homes that large and a bit larger. Fun work. I hated to work on small homes that the only challenge was to keep the square footage along with the number of cabinets down. I don't like living in a large home, however. I prefer a much smaller, but well-equiped home for myself.
Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson Yıl önce
It's customary in California to not have basements, but strange, because most houses this size have a pool, which takes essentially the same skills and planning as a basement. Basements have all kinds of utility (storage, media room, workshop, etc.) and this house has neither a basement nor any usable attic space. We did a major remodel on a 2650 square foot two-story house in California, and I was able to recover oodles of storage space from poorly aligned staircases, linen closets, utility hallways, etc.
Dennis Manske
Dennis Manske 6 aylar önce
When you sheathe the wall on the deck, how are you ensuring that your top and bottom plates and flat so that you aren't nailing a bow or curve in the top or bottom of your wall? Do you string it and ensure it is straight as it lies on the floor first? (like around 16:16). Thanks.
William Carter
William Carter 2 yıl önce
That was fascinating to watch. Great work! Where did you build this house? Nice use of battery-powered tools. (Probably saved time.) You obviously know what you're doing! Wish I could work along side you and learn!
Yvonne Braun
Yvonne Braun 2 yıl önce
@Hello William How are you doing?
David Lee
David Lee 2 yıl önce
Watched all the way through, and I watched all of the individual episodes. Great to watch and learn!
Dog Squad Storm
Dog Squad Storm Yıl önce
Brilliant building Team, but those Roof skills are BEAST MODE... Awesome video, and I made it to the 40 min mark! God bless boys!!!
建房子的豆壳儿 2 yıl önce
Very nice job, one question here, how are you doing to vent the attic? I do not see any room left for intake vents.
Terence Tissong
Terence Tissong 2 yıl önce
This was so satisfying to watch. Well done guys.
Allen W
Allen W 2 yıl önce
Made it! I’ve watch each episode from the beginning but it was fun to see it all come together in hyper mode.
ChooChoo 2 yıl önce
Byrd Construction
Byrd Construction 2 yıl önce
I see you cut the fascia individually. I usually do right over left overlap running fascia Wild and cut down middle with slight 8 degree bevel and it fits perfect.
Thomas Vicknair
Thomas Vicknair Yıl önce
No need to change music, this is your content and it’s awesome! New sub!
Photo for a lifetime
Photo for a lifetime Yıl önce
Nice one. House made from wood. First strong gust of wind and that house is history.
Daniel 2 yıl önce
I like the fact that they work together as a team, these guys have been working together for a while. Looks good!
Guillermina Chavarría Mendoza
Guillermina Chavarría Mendoza 2 yıl önce
David Larson
David Larson 2 yıl önce
Impressive skill. Thoroughly enjoyed watching it.
Zed235 2 yıl önce
Thank you for sharing this to us. I learnt many things, maybe I will start to build faster if I learn this much.
Alan Endel
Alan Endel 2 yıl önce
This is just amazing. This team knows exactly what needs to be done, without even looking at the prints (though they probably did and that was edited)
Timbo4413 2 yıl önce
I have really enjoyed watching your clips they are very educational. I had a question on how you got into framing houses so young? I’m interested in getting my contractors licenses and doing the same as you are doing. Any advice is much appreciated.
Cory Sturgis
Cory Sturgis 2 yıl önce
It's funny how having kids gets some e to grow up. My buddy did the same thing but know a superintendent for bridges. Great work Matt.
Timbo4413 2 yıl önce
Gotcha keep up the good work!
MattBangsWood 2 yıl önce
I had kids at a young age. Im not a contractor, just an employee.
david whitehouse
david whitehouse 2 yıl önce
Wow ... that was amazing, they are true professional craftsmen, no DIYers here, 10/10
Terry Hayward
Terry Hayward Yıl önce
Why do they never show the finished house in any of these build videos. I would like to see what finish they use for the outside walls.
Col Eve
Col Eve 2 yıl önce
It’s interesting to see the old methods of frame construction are still in use. Here in the UK we stopped constructing the frame on site a good few years ago. The Architect sends the plans straight to the truss manufacturer and the completed walls and roof arrive on site with a framing team. Average house is erected ready for Tyvek in one to two days. Although your methods are much more interesting to watch. Great video really enjoyed it. Music also good.
Eduardo De Dios
Eduardo De Dios 2 yıl önce
They have that too in the USA, you can pick whole house completed and it’s put together like a puzzle, lumber delivered like what you saw on this video, you can even order a manufactured home and it’s done all move in ready in one day, there’s even concrete homes build like legos, it all depends on how much you want to spend
Aidan Taylor
Aidan Taylor 2 yıl önce
@Carson Still stacked brick and bad roofs?😂
Carson 2 yıl önce
Xavier North Africa bud
Aidan Taylor
Aidan Taylor 2 yıl önce
Imagine being from south africa where everything is Brick
Roland Brantley
Roland Brantley Yıl önce
Having done this kind of work myself I say you guys are good
msTX Yıl önce
The rebar ties seem random, can you explain the spacing on them? Thanks! Great video!
mario sambula
mario sambula Yıl önce
Hell of good info on roofing and good tips on getting it done right
Wilson Maciel
Wilson Maciel 2 yıl önce
awesome job! the crew must has been working for at least a year!!
Scott Lewis
Scott Lewis 2 yıl önce
Awesome video! These are so satisfying to watch.
Ananthageetha Homes
Ananthageetha Homes 3 aylar önce
Im very new to this construction channel.. really inspired by your videos...
mandaloin 2 yıl önce
What happens if you check a wall for square and find you're out? Whole wall gets rebuilt or is there common way to square it up?
Spence Redford
Spence Redford 2 yıl önce
Loved the video. Nice work Matt. My only suggestion is to find a wide angle lens without fish eye distortion. Watching walls being built that look bent isn't fun for the viewer.
haygen Shone
haygen Shone 2 yıl önce
Hello, a truss designer in training in Arizona, love the frame work, just wondering why you set the corner hip jacks that way, we set the hip corner as a closed girder, is it different for state and county code? or is my truss manufacturing process just set in their ways for production.
A question, between the base that I believe in concrete and the walls resting on it ... is there no insulation interposed? How long, to have a finished house, I mean isolated etc etc? What cost was incurred?
Kevin Draper
Kevin Draper 2 yıl önce
I'm going to be doing my own board and bat siding on my new home and was wondering if you start putting up the sheeting from center out so all your 16" on center marks are balanced or do you just side from one side to the other and not worry about centering your bats?
MattBangsWood 2 yıl önce
On nice homes, you want to center everything.. On lower end, people start at one end and work your way across.. Personally, we center everything. When it comes to framing? Don't do anything differently.
Aries Gokey
Aries Gokey 2 yıl önce
40 minute mark... beautiful job Matt and crew..
Ron Wolford
Ron Wolford 2 yıl önce
I watched it to the 40 min. mark. Wish I had had the tools and material that you have today when I was doing that kind of work many years ago.
Just a Person Who Comments
Just a Person Who Comments Yıl önce
imagine making your dream come true by making this masterpiece
nobody here just an idea
nobody here just an idea Yıl önce
Well done to all involved.
Rob 5 aylar önce
Is particle board a great idea instead of plywood for roofs? Cheaper yes, better?
Tommy Morgan
Tommy Morgan 2 yıl önce
Love your work!!
Emanuel Morales
Emanuel Morales 2 yıl önce
Very nice, good work, given the area and enough material, can surely get the job done, architectural design is always key to be followed ... great techs, to continue a simple method...check, check and check again...any small infractions cost big in the long run.... My first sergeant always said, if you have lots of left over material, then that's just to many mistakes made Question : the sheathing for the roof was b board, however on the other side looked reflective, is this a new thermal controlled treated wood for building on code
Namakula Shamillah
Namakula Shamillah 2 yıl önce
Great video. Hope there's another on the interior work.
James Callender
James Callender 2 yıl önce
Looks good and it looks like the did this design before. Work good together!
Bassy Bass Trombone
Bassy Bass Trombone 2 yıl önce
How much did this project cost in total? Want to find out if it’s cheaper to build your own house, or buy one pre-built.
JAMES Maher 2 yıl önce
You guys are great it was a pleasure watching you.
Paul Ortiz Bajas
Paul Ortiz Bajas 2 yıl önce
hello, super good job, can you share the plans?
Frits van Doorn
Frits van Doorn 2 yıl önce
I needed this video to get through this terrible time. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Valetta Medas
Valetta Medas Yıl önce
I love construction i enjoyed every second cant wait fir another one great job
Robert Kingsbury
Robert Kingsbury Yıl önce
Brilliant, Great workmanship.
Mads Yıl önce
Fascinating to watch this roof-tetris. Beautiful work
Steven Yeo
Steven Yeo 2 yıl önce
That build came out looking great as always. Bang on Brother 🤘
Ernest Higbee
Ernest Higbee Yıl önce
Frame out was good quality, that roof a hip nightmare, nothing worse than seeing a great floor plan, failing-roof-system, to many water points. Building isn't that complicated, Design and layout are key. Post-n-Beam straight lines w finesse.
Nook Man
Nook Man 2 yıl önce
Well done ! Good work !
George Martinez
George Martinez 2 yıl önce
Question. What router bit do u use to cut the ply out of window opening?
MAX Drawing
MAX Drawing 2 yıl önce
Amazing construction. I like this work!!!
malcolm auton
malcolm auton 2 yıl önce
Amazing. Watched them graft. Awsome workmanship.
PokeDave 2 yıl önce
Beautiful, wish I could afford to do this!
PokeDave 2 yıl önce
Fine Job by the way!
PokeDave 2 yıl önce
I was just saying, that I wish I could afford to have a new home built.
David 2 yıl önce
@MattBangsWood I'm honored to have you reply to me. I love your videos. So much great content. So much to learn.
MattBangsWood 2 yıl önce
It's not our home, I'm just a builder, as David said.
David 2 yıl önce
He's a builder.
ALEIX REGUNAT 2 yıl önce
Hello from Barcelona, Spain, the way you build in the United States is incredible. everything you do you take to excellence, you do not build you make works of art in the shape of a house, and you walk over the wooden beams as if it were something normal. the said I am the best of the best
Ron Field
Ron Field 2 yıl önce
I try to tap the Bell to get notifications when you upload new videos. Because I love the content and the work you're doing that. I'm a contractor in Georgia I love teaching young people to do the craft. You're doing an awesome job. Can you let me know why I can't get notifications.
Yvonne Braun
Yvonne Braun 2 yıl önce
@Hello Ron how are you doing?
Will2live 2 yıl önce
would love to see this custom home once it finished throughout
Juan M. Perez
Juan M. Perez 2 yıl önce
I made it to 40 minutes. I needed something soul-wrenching and mind-numbing to watch, this worked. :-)
Seth Hughes
Seth Hughes Yıl önce
Had to look up stats on your crew.... I am certainly impressed, and that has been pretty rare as of late UNTIL I watched you guys bang this job out in this video.... KUDO'S brother from Oklahoma!!! Nice job! Earned my script at Inception!
Tovia Foafoa
Tovia Foafoa 2 yıl önce
I watched it to the 40 min mark. Amazing work guys.
Emanuel Guzman-Garcia
Emanuel Guzman-Garcia 2 yıl önce
Wow you guys built a house in 40 minutes?! CRAZY! Bet you guys can finish the rest of the house in about 3 more hours... 🤣
the German 3D Printing Nerd
the German 3D Printing Nerd 2 yıl önce
Absolute Wonderfull Job done I watched till the End :-))
John McDonald
John McDonald 2 yıl önce
I like the shape & design are there plans available?
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