EXTREME KITCHEN RENOVATION EP2 | Demo, Cathedral Ceiling & Doubling The Size

XO, MaCenna
31 Mar 202426:04

Summary

TLDRThe script details a kitchen renovation project, highlighting the planning and execution of structural changes to combine two small spaces into one large, open kitchen with high ceilings. The process involves careful salvaging of vintage hardware and other elements to be repurposed in the new design, meticulous communication with the construction team, and the addition of skylights and structural supports to ensure the space is both aesthetically pleasing and safe. The renovation progresses swiftly, with significant transformations achieved within a week, leaving the homeowner excited about the kitchen's future.

Takeaways

  • 🏠 Started with a new kitchen design and floor plan, aiming to combine two small spaces into one large one.
  • 🔨 Demolition preparations included clearing out the kitchen and setting up a temporary kitchen in the living room.
  • 🔧 Hired a structural engineer to plan the merging of spaces and to maximize ceiling height.
  • 💡 Focused on salvaging items like vintage hardware and cafe curtains for reuse in the renovated kitchen.
  • 🚪 Discussed plans for new French doors and the removal of the old ones to let in more light.
  • 🛠️ Addressed structural issues and water damage concerns related to the old porch roof and foundation.
  • 🏗️ Implemented additional support with sheer walls and engineered beams for seismic safety.
  • 🌞 Installed skylights to bring in natural light and enhance the overall ambiance of the kitchen.
  • 🧱 Repaired and patched the brick floor, sourcing the same type of brick for consistency.
  • 📐 The kitchen renovation is progressing with a focus on structural integrity, design aesthetics, and functionality.
  • 🎥 The video series will continue to document the renovation process, including electrical/plumbing work and the selection of materials.

Q & A

  • What is the main goal of the kitchen renovation project?

    -The main goal of the kitchen renovation project is to transform two small spaces into one large one, maximize ceiling height, and update the kitchen without encountering any significant delays or issues during the renovation process.

  • How did the team prepare for the demolition day?

    -The team prepared for the demolition day by clearing out all the items from the kitchen, including food, spices, and salvageable hardware. They also created a makeshift kitchenette in the living room to access some items during the 3-month renovation period.

  • What was the importance of labeling items during the renovation?

    -Labeling items was crucial to avoid any confusion or accidental disposal of items that were meant to be saved, such as the refrigerator, dishwasher, lights, and other fixtures. This practice helps ensure that everyone involved in the renovation is aware of what should be preserved.

  • What structural changes were discussed with the structural engineer?

    -The structural changes discussed with the structural engineer included combining two rooms into one, increasing the ceiling height, and adding support for seismic activity. They also discussed the removal of a brick to prevent water accumulation and potential damage to the foundation.

  • What was the significance of the beams installed in the ceiling?

    -The beams installed in the ceiling provided both structural support and an aesthetic appeal. They contributed to the desired exposed beam look that matches the rest of the house and enhances the overall design of the kitchen.

  • What was the challenge with the roof slope during the renovation?

    -The challenge with the roof slope was to maintain the same slope for consistency and to achieve the maximum height in the kitchen. The team had to carefully plan the placement and height of the beams and the ceiling to ensure that the desired slope was maintained.

  • How did the team address the flooding issue in the living room?

    -The team addressed the flooding issue by removing the brick that was causing water to accumulate near the house. This change was intended to direct water away from the house and into a proper drainage path, preventing future flooding and potential damage to the foundation.

  • What was the decision regarding the French doors in the kitchen?

    -The decision was made to replace the old French doors with new ones that would fit the updated structure of the kitchen. The team had to reframe the doorway to accommodate the new doors and ensure proper support and alignment.

  • What was the purpose of adding shear walls during the renovation?

    -Shear walls were added to provide additional structural support to the kitchen, especially considering the seismic activity in the Los Angeles area. The plywood added behind the sheathing makes the walls stronger and helps with structural integrity.

  • What was the final outcome of the skylights installation?

    -The final outcome of the skylights installation was positive. Although the team had to opt for a 2 by 2 foot skylight instead of the desired 2x4 foot due to structural limitations, the skylights brought in a significant amount of natural light into the kitchen, enhancing the space's ambiance.

  • How did the patching of the brick floor turn out?

    -The patching of the brick floor turned out well. The team was able to source the same brick that was originally in the kitchen, ensuring a seamless match. They leveled the floor and made necessary repairs, resulting in a restored and visually pleasing surface.

Outlines

00:00

🏗️ Kitchen Renovation Planning and Preparation

The first paragraph discusses the initial stages of a kitchen renovation project. The homeowners have a new design and floor plan in place and are preparing for the demolition of the old kitchen. They've consulted a structural engineer to merge two small spaces into one larger one and to maximize ceiling height. The homeowners are also prepping for the demolition by clearing out the kitchen and setting up a temporary kitchen in their living room. They are careful to salvage items such as vintage hardware and cafe curtains for reuse in the new design. The importance of clear communication during renovations is emphasized to avoid any loss or misplacement of items.

05:01

🚧 Demolition and Structural Adjustments

The second paragraph details the demolition process and structural adjustments being made to the kitchen space. The contractors are working on removing the old porch roof, windows, and doors to create a more open and spacious area. The homeowners discuss the challenges of dealing with water drainage issues and the need to restructure the foundation to prevent future problems. They also discuss the addition of sheer walls for extra support against seismic activity and the excitement of seeing the structural transformation of their kitchen space.

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🔨 Progress on Structural Support and Framing

The third paragraph focuses on the progress made in adding structural support and framing to the kitchen. The team is working on installing beams and headers for the cathedral ceiling, as well as reframing areas to accommodate new French doors and windows. The homeowners express their excitement about the changes and the learning opportunities provided by their contractor. They also discuss the importance of safety and adherence to building codes, especially in an earthquake-prone area.

15:08

🖼️ Adding Character with Beams and Skylight

In the fourth paragraph, the homeowners discuss the addition of real beams and a skylight to the kitchen space. The contractor and his team are installing heavy beams for structural support and aesthetic appeal, matching the rest of the house. The homeowners are thrilled with the progress and the impact the new ceiling and skylight will have on the space. They also discuss the challenges of working with the existing structure and the decisions made to ensure the new design fits within the constraints of the original house.

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🌞 Final Demo Day and Structural Changes

The fifth paragraph marks the final day of demolition and structural changes in the kitchen renovation. The team is installing skylights to bring in natural light and finishing up the sheer walls for additional support. The homeowners reflect on the amount of structural work done and the importance of ensuring the kitchen's longevity and safety. They express their excitement about the progress and the transformation of the space, highlighting the new light and openness brought in by the skylights.

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🛠️ Upcoming Electrical and Plumbing Work

The sixth paragraph discusses the next steps in the kitchen renovation process, which include electrical and plumbing work. The homeowners are looking forward to selecting materials such as stone for countertops and working with the cabinet maker to finalize the design. They express their anticipation for the kitchen to take shape and come to life, transforming into a cohesive space that combines the dining area and kitchen.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡kitchen renovation

The process of remodeling and updating a kitchen space to improve its functionality, aesthetics, and value. In the video, the main theme revolves around the extensive work being done to transform the old kitchen into a more spacious and modern one, including structural changes and the integration of new design elements.

💡demo day

The initial day of a renovation project when the old structures and elements are dismantled to make way for new construction. In the context of the video, demo day marks the beginning of the physical transformation of the kitchen, involving the removal of old fixtures and walls.

💡structural engineer

A professional who specializes in the structural integrity and design of buildings and other structures. In the video, the structural engineer's role is crucial in devising a plan to combine two spaces and maximize ceiling height, ensuring that the renovated kitchen is both aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound.

💡cathedral ceiling

A high, vaulted ceiling that resembles the interior of a church or cathedral, often used in residential construction to create a sense of spaciousness and grandeur. In the video, the installation of a cathedral ceiling is a key design element intended to make the kitchen feel taller and more open.

💡French doors

A type of door with multiple panels and glass, often used to provide an elegant and light-filled entrance to a room. In the video, the installation of French doors is part of the renovation plan to connect the kitchen with the outdoors and enhance the overall design.

💡skylights

Roof windows that allow natural light to enter a room, improving the ambiance and reducing the need for artificial lighting. In the video, skylights are being installed to brighten up the kitchen and bring in more natural light, enhancing the space's appeal and usability.

💡hardware

The metal pieces and fixtures used in the construction and operation of cabinets, doors, and other parts of a kitchen. In the video, the speaker is keen on salvaging and reusing vintage hardware as part of the kitchen's new design, highlighting the value of incorporating elements with personal significance and character.

💡seismic

Relating to or caused by earthquakes, which are the shaking or trembling of the ground's surface, typically caused by movements within the Earth's crust. In the video, the term is used to describe the need for structural reinforcements to ensure the kitchen can withstand potential seismic activity, which is a concern in the region where the house is located.

💡refrigerator

A large appliance used for food storage at low temperatures. In the video, the refrigerator is mentioned as an item that the speaker wants to salvage and reuse, indicating the practical considerations of renovation alongside the desire to maintain continuity and save costs.

💡makshift kitchenette

A temporary, improvised kitchen space set up in another area of the home during a kitchen renovation. In the video, the speaker describes creating a makeshift kitchenette in the living room to maintain some functionality while the main kitchen is under construction.

💡cafe curtains

A type of window treatment often used in cafes, consisting of a pair of sheer curtains that hang from a rod and may have a decorative valance or pelmet above. In the video, the speaker plans to reuse the cafe curtains they made, showing a preference for personalized and cost-effective design elements.

Highlights

New kitchen design and floor plan implementation begins with demolition of the old kitchen.

A structural engineer is consulted to merge two small spaces into one large one and maximize ceiling height.

Preparation for demo day involves clearing out the kitchen and setting up a temporary kitchenette in the living room.

Salvaging and repurposing vintage hardware and cafe curtains for the new kitchen design.

Communication is key during renovations to ensure that items to be saved are not mistakenly discarded.

The decision to follow the existing roof slope for the new kitchen structure.

The importance of gaining an extra 2 to 2.5 feet in the center of the room for a more spacious feel.

Addressing the issue of flooding and water damage around the house foundation by redesigning the drainage.

Progress update on the removal of the old porch roof and the creation of a cathedral ceiling.

Structural support is added with the installation of beams for both aesthetic and safety purposes.

The process of removing and replacing old, damaged windows with new doors for improved access and light.

The addition of shear walls for increased structural integrity and compliance with seismic requirements.

The discovery of old gas lines and the potential for a previous fireplace or oven in the kitchen area.

The strategic placement of skylights to bring in natural light without obstructing doorways or workspaces.

The successful patching of the brick floor to match the original design and maintain aesthetic consistency.

The excitement of witnessing the kitchen transformation from a closed-off space to an open, functional area.

Transcripts

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with our new kitchen design and floor

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plan in place we are ready to demo the

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old kitchen have a structural engineer

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out to devise a plan to make two small

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spaces into one big one and figure out

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how to give us the highest ceilings

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possible all while crossing our fingers

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that we don't run into any hiccups that

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will delay

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Renovations

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needed climing back night today we're

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prepping for demo day so we had to get

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everything out of the kitchen so we've

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gotten everything out of the cabinets we

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kind of made ourselves a Mak shift

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little kitchenet situation in our living

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room so that we can actually have access

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to some stuff over the next 3 months

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while we renovate the kitchen all of the

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pantry food items all our spices

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everything that we'll go back in the

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kitchen is now in our living room and

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that's just the way that we're going to

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be living for a little while so now

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we're to a point where I need to remove

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everything that we want to salvage and

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save one thing is all of the hardware

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this is all vintage Hardware that I

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found when we kind of made over the

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kitchen that I'd love to repurpose into

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the new design I just have to make sure

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that we have enough and kind of pair

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them with some other Hardware I also

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want to save all of my little cafe

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curtains that I made and we be reusing

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in this space what I'm also going to do

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is put signs on the things that we're

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saving what I realized doing renovations

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at the cottage and working with

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contractors is that you cannot overc

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communicate there's so many people that

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come in and out that things can get

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missed and the last thing I want is for

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like our refrigerator we're saving we're

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putting in the garage is for it to get

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like dumped or something like I just

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want to make in our dishwasher like the

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things that we're saving like these

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lights and stuff I just want to put

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signs on them I'm going to overc

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communicate

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people knew her by her

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will to make it whatever she put in mind

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to late night hours up the

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hill serving coffee

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Str good morning and welcome to demo

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day

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yeah

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the same slope this is basically the

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bottom of the roof ra yes we can go with

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the same

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slope and put the in right there yeah I

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mean if we can go with the same slope

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and it gives us the most

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height which will make it higher this

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one

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17 we can do five five or 6 65 in the

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middle so we go higher I like 665 in the

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middle yeah 5 six

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I mean we have some some room yeah we

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not making a SS

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watch we're not making a I I do make a

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watch this is going to be the swis watch

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of

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kitchen

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10 this store is going to stay here

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right yes only opening mhm where do you

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want to put the this door French is it

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French or

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SPID I need 4T minimum if you say 3 ft I

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we can do one big one with multiple

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doors this is one piece or you're going

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to one

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piece oh no no this going to be like

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built in in the window that's going to

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be the whole preh hang so 7 ft open

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you're going to close this

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right so that'll be a flat wall to that

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kind of

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corner that basically gives you the

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window span like so we then we will play

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with the 7 Fe we have one door two door

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whatever the AC we're going to just as

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is stick it in the new ceilings push it

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and get the bigger

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Grill

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okay so this is a wrap on day one of

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demo so this is the first time that

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Romeo and I are going to see it without

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the wall we don't know we don't know how

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far they were able to get today but they

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worked all day I think we're going to be

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able to see like how big the room is

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actually going going to feel you don't

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know how bad I wanted to pick up a

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crowbar and like tear something up but

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you know like priorities the baby but oh

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I wanted I wanted to do it so bad I was

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so in I was so excited it feels so much

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wider obviously we they haven't gone up

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in this side yet they were able to get

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all of the Cabinetry all of the

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countertops out today they were able to

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expose the center wall so that I can see

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what's happening so so that they can

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actually remove it and they were able to

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go up in the ceiling on the dining room

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side not even 24 hours ago we were in

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this kitchen making brownies and quesas

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we were we were literally cooking less

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than 24 hours ago in this kitchen and

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now it's like not here it's like not

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here I mean we were literally cleaning

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it out yesterday going to follow this

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the roof line for 6 fet and then it's

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going to be 5T of flat in the center and

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then 6t down on the other side so we're

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going to be able to gain 2 to 2 and 1/2

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ft in the center of the room which is

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going to make the whole Space feel so

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much taller because now we've made it a

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lot wider because we've doubled the size

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by making two rooms one room although I

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did want to get my hand dirty and

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actually demo some stuff they did about

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two weeks worth of work for me and you

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in one day is it really muddy down there

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yeah it's been flooded which is not good

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for the foundation yeah the good thing

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is this uh

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clay the clay doesn't let the water go

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inside avoid the water going

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under all the space is

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fled our living room flooded and it's

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been a fear an ongoing fear of trying to

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maintain it because I just don't think

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that that trough where it jumps down

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here and dips down makes sense way that

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this is planned it was just just an old

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school way of of thinking that's not how

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they would do it now they would never

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create this hole because the brick drops

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down right here and makes a hole next to

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our back doors not only did our living

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room flood but also it's creating extra

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moisture and water pouring underneath

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our house and could potentially in the

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long run really really hurt our

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foundation So the plan is to eliminate

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the hole and the containment of water in

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this area by removing the brick so that

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water that does pour over from the pool

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and rain in general can simply pour down

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into a proper drainage path instead of

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pouring into our house and collecting

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under our house ruining the foundation

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progress update on day three of demo

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we've got the old porch roof gone demoed

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out got that junk out of the way for us

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to do the cathedral ceiling which is so

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good we've got this window demoed out

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and remove removed which is awesome

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because that's going to be a solid wall

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behind our oven they've got some

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supportive pieces in here just for now

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while they're going to work on the

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framing for the cathedral so interesting

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that this used to be a door used to be

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an entryway that would have gone into

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the living room the front living room

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the formal living room and something

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here I think something there I'm not

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sure kind of looks like another door but

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it's very interesting just getting

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everything cleaned out and then this

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electrical sub panel will go away and

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we'll have our single panel cuz we don't

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really have a place for a sub panel we

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don't have a lot of closets downstairs

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so so

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exciting so this is day four of working

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on demo and new structure of the ceiling

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so they have to put extra support for

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obviously load and size seismic you know

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we have earthquakes here so they need um

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some sheer walls they're doing a lot of

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out work and a lot of reframing on some

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old damage of 2x4s we're basically

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taking this out these two windows are

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becoming big doors you know so like like

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skinny doors four of them side by side

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all this damage that we had previously

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from old termite damage is going to be

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pulled out and and fixed a nice new two

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code header above these doors you really

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get to feel how tall it's actually going

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to be in here it's not going to go all

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the way to the peak obviously cuz we

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chose not to do a point and do a a full

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Vault but we're going to have it chopped

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a little bit so that we can run AC and

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things and it matches the rest of the

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house cuz we also have that in the in

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the house and then they put mesh down so

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this is where the wall oh they removed

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the whole wall they removed the whole

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wall I didn't realize they were saw in

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here everything so they've got two

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supportive Things They removed the whole

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Center wall that was behind our oven

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this is where that the Cabinetry was so

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there wasn't any brick the brick floor

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was added after they had already had

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that so we need to patch the brick floor

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just in the center of the space and over

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by the by the sink area this was an old

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entryway to the living room they put

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more support here cuz it was not

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supported well at all big post here for

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our vaated Cathedral for our ceiling

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this is going to be big support you can

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see they also put another one here this

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is just 4 days in I know 4 days from

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like okay let's let's break wall this

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would have taken us probably like 2

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months you can tell like the newer

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pieces they're just adding that

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structural support that it really

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needs it's officially day five of demo

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and they are going to be working on

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making the hole in space for our new

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French doors and closing up the old

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one

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you

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so they removed some of the support

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things today yes Amir came he want me to

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replace this he want me to replace this

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he want me to what's going happen is

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this I want the beam here right and here

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to get the proportion right right but

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this is uh 9 or 10 ft and this is six 6

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ft so regardless you don't care that all

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kicks out over there I see why so I

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don't care about that but this is your

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Center yeah of the room right of the

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angles I mean it makes sense and this is

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at the center of this room right correct

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it's just because it kicks out over air

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yeah okay sense yeah no sense so what we

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did we're going to remove that post here

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and move it over here I see so it's

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going to happen it's going to be not

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this side it's going to be on this side

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so to reframe is the whole door get the

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header beam engineer beam in a

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post that's so

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annoying Safety First yeah it is what it

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is and he want me to reframe this whole

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open oh yeah they got rid of the old

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header here

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today is officially beam day they are

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going to be installing these

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280 lb bra beams in the ceiling for not

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only structural support but also the

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look that I wanted and the exposed beam

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look that matches the rest of our

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house

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he

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what I wanted to add to the space like

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the real beams and the structural

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changes that needed to happen

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specifically in this area my arms could

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never yesterday they lifted 2 180 lb

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beams up four guys and ladders and

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Leverage and it was fascinating to watch

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because I'm learning so much through

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this process they obviously have years

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and years and years and years of

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experience on site doing construction

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like this I love my contractor because

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he's like telling me and and educating

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me as I go because I love to know stuff

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like this he's just they literally

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fantastic you live in Los Angeles area

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and you need a builder I got you Mega

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Builders I will always leave their

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information in any of the description

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boxes of these videos because they are

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excellent so they were able to do lots

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of structural work today this area is so

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unusual part Original Part edition part

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Edition Edition the roof line and

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everything is all different it ended up

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being fine but a lot of things needed to

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be replaced just to make sure that it's

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done exceptionally well all of this

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structural work is amazing this is now

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going to be the center of the room and

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it's going to be the flat part of the

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cathedral ceiling look how small I look

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in this space look how much taller we've

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gotten the ceiling it was so worth it I

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knew it was going to be worth it truly I

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was like I just I I Feel It In My Bones

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I just I have to Vault this ceiling it's

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going to make a major impact on the

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space and it totally totally does so we

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were able to get to 10 and 1/2 ft in the

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center of the room and on the sides they

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drop down to 8 ft so you can kind of

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imagine the kind of pitch that it's

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going up to so right now I'm kind of

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standing at the oven like this is where

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the oven is going to be right in the

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center of this flat part of the ceiling

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framing work they still need to do is

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frame up this hole where our French

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doors used to be and then add the proper

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header here for our new French doors

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going out to the pool and just bring

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this whole like frame in this whole

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section so that we have the frame in for

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the doors to be custom another

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structural addition that they're making

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to this space is actually adding sheer

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walls which is the addition of plywood

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behind the she rock it makes the walls

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really strong and it helps with like

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seismic structural issues which never

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even knew that before but that's one of

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the requirements that the engineer

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really wanted in order to further

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support these walls and just make sure

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that it's really really really

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structurally sound and it's going to

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last forever and ever and ever I also

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think think that this right here there's

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an old gas line here a pipe sticking up

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and there's a circular old circular

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space in the roof the old like shingle

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roof there either was an oven here or a

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fireplace maybe a gas fireplace because

18:48

this used to be like kind of like a

18:50

patio very interesting I just love old

18:52

houses for all their little quirky

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things that happen so things being off

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and and unusual shaped is something that

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I actually like because it was original

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to the house or somewhat original like

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for instance the house kicks out right

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here so part of the slope on one side is

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a lot longer than the other and that's

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just part of its charm we're going with

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it 40 Skylight 40 40 away okay 40 away

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from the thing okay so we're keeping the

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distance 27 is from here yeah we have

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the other 15 a good 15 in but

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here we are

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27 you're right here I mean so the

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Skylight is going to start right where

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the cabinet stops the bottom ones oh the

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bottom ones yeah cuz the top ones will

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only be 12 or 14 somewhere in there cor

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right but it's all ratio so here you

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have a drywall still so the 27 is right

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here I don't mind it at all it is what

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it is yeah three in from the beam yeah

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and then we do the same thing the other

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side yeah this is okay we going do the

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same thing no I like it because I like

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that it's not in the doorway because it

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brings light in where there's a wall all

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right I think Jo this is it we nail it

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yeah I knew you nailed it already I

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watched you do

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it like that's a good this looks so good

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by the way I saw this last night I was

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like oh there's a more like nothing ever