Zach Smith: This makes you use 3 to 4 times a normal amount of lumber!
l84Cabo: Well damn...that sure looked easy. Not. Nice job though Chuck...for sure!
Kevin Vert: guess it doesn't really matter anymore even tho seems like a great idea since it's impossible to get ahold of anyone at this company and have listed complaint on BBB
Orlando P. Abarzua: need sales in chile ? skype patriciony
SleezyJeezy: What they forgot to say in this feel-good product video is, "Old Chuck has absolutely NO building experience! The only thing he graduated from was boy-scouts, and was raised by Mountain Lions"...
Matt Kenny: I couldn't help but notice, he's not using 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 grade1 timbers at all. He's using 2x6's which are really 1 1/2 x 5 1/2 and sandwiching 2 pieces of 1/2 osb between the 3 2x6s. He's making his timbers. 2:44 shows a good view of what I'm sayin. Why is he making his timbers?
577666: Very expensive.
J.S. Velasco: Chuck is THE man!
Alamodem: Has anyone had any luck contacting these people?
Edgars Zelmenis: What if im not like Chuk "smart worker" but "hard worker"? And i dont have a tractor
mountainwheels: To be honest, none of this looked easy. The metal joiners are a great idea and save on lumber, but this is definitely still a job for a professional.
Knott Reel: Making rigs and jigs would take longer than the actual construction.
bdemaree: I want to know why they photo shopped the tyvec cover on in the last scene.
sth128: So what you're saying is that I should hire Chuck to build me a house?
mtothem1337: How much does those cost? i would love to buy a set so i can copy them.
trivalentlogic: ohh chuck
Pudsy440: Bottom line - Chuck rules, bitches!
Rocky Atlantis: Chuck is one smart son of a Ritch....!!
tazaxx21: Does anyone know what happened to Socket Systems?
Build a Garage, Workshop, Pole Barn, House5
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