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.
sth128: So what you're saying is that I should hire Chuck to build me a house?
Pudsy440: Bottom line - Chuck rules, bitches!
Edgars Zelmenis: What if im not like Chuk "smart worker" but "hard worker"? And i dont have
Alamodem: Has anyone had any luck contacting these people?
mtothem1337: How much does those cost? i would love to buy a set so i can copy them.
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.
J.S. Velasco: Chuck is THE man!
trivalentlogic: ohh chuck
Rocky Atlantis: Chuck is one smart son of a Ritch....!!
Yung Tunechi: Poor chuck... Concrete work is a bitch...
Elmer Fudd: Ridiculous. A conventional polebarn would be much easier than this
abortion. Chuck got chucked.
577666: Very expensive.
pan3215: "Easy second floor", "easy remote control", "using only a tractor", "simple
product", "easy so everyone can build"..... IF YOU ARE A PRO!!!
MrTrekFanDan: Nice vid, but put 'advertisement' in the description!
tazaxx21: Does anyone know what happened to Socket Systems?
postmann1000: im chuck norris!
Grasshopper80s4ever: Hell with the horse I just tie the rope around my wife and lead her with
Edward Hamilton: Great idea, but the cost makes it meh... I would have expected a kit to do
an entire building for a few hundred dollars. Chuck spent a few thousand
dollars on those neat metal links alone. That's just not cost effective.
Neil MacInnes: It's easier than framing yourself and you get the full open span in your
Pimporly: That looks hard! Wow! Chuck did a lot! Your average "Joe" can't do
that..lol. You have to be smart to do that and have a spare $30,000 grand
or so laying around. I would go with purchasing a pre-made two floor shed
for around $12,000
thouartjohnd: @googles23m Chuck has no building background, just common sense.
callmebigpapa: Chuck makes me feel like a weak girly man
cordell moser: I want the plans for this garage does any one know the measurements and the
price estimate for this garage if you do it would make my life a hole lot
thouartjohnd: For all your answers call Socket Systems at 814-476-1927. We love to make
your building dreams come true.
googles23m: This can not be done by the average person. chuck has some building
VF1Skullangel: I'm not as talented as chuck but this is amazing! Id give it a shot if its
cheap. How much to build a 3 car garage?
HersheySR71: Great Job Chuck! Chuck Norris! I'll take you to Chucky Cheese! =)
craftchick674: Chuck is a smart worker.
Inside My Shop: Impressive!
tbirdpimp07: this system seems pretty expensive to me 400 to do one gable without buying
the wood but does seem like it would be alot easier then making the joints
in just wood tho guess ya get what ya pay for ... 2 bad im poor lol
BooKittyRadley: @SocketSystems Too much. I can have 2400 sf with a steelmaster bldg and
self installed second floor for half that. Plus, it will have higher snow
load and wind load. Good luck with your product...
thydusk666: Two years later, Chuck is still working on his garage...
Brian Ludwig: Do you guys make metal bracket system for geodesic construction ? A sturdy
hub design is needed in the industry and geodesic buildings seem to be the
the popular way to go now days.
a2zhandi: Believe me when I say, "It's still a big chunk of money"
eastrockaway11518: RIP Chuck would have been proud to see it finished
thouartjohnd: Call 814-476-1927 Monday morning
jdmusic07: I lost it at the 3:15 with the hand truck thing and also when he had the
pieces of wood lifted right into place by the pulley and wench. Stuff like
that makes me dislike Chuck because I could never do that.
tango viper: 24K wow that's expensive. I just talked to a contractor who built similar
size for 12K
Robinson4643: That Chuck is one crafty DUDE
thouartjohnd: Do you folks see what using trusses and stick-building will do to your
mind. This is called Post and Beam construction and most builders do not
even understand it. Builders who put up expensive Timber Frame houses, and
the Amish understand the simplicity and strength of timbers. "Those who can
do...those who can't...shouldn't".
tazaxx21: What the hell happened to this company? I tried to reach them by phone AND
Shawn Hale: I'm impressed with Chucks ingenuity to get things done on his own. Awesome
Build a Garage, Workshop, Pole Barn, House4.8
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