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Complete Covering Ductwork on A Budget
Here Phil's cleaning and dressing up some ductwork on a budget. Using metal roofing materials to replace what the customer had.
00:00 Owner asked us to do something better than what they have
00:15 The idea was to prevent animals and weather from getting on it
00:30 Several places the animals got in anyway
00:45 Decided could keep the plywood, keep a budget
01:15 We're a way into the project
01:30 Fastened metal all around
01:45 Working on the ductwork
02:10 covering up the front now that all ductwork is sealed up
02:30 Everything is sealed and covered up
02:50 Now, they have something that will last a while
03:05 And will improve property value
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Hey guys. This is a project that somebody evidently several somebodies started and the owners asked me to see if I can figure out a better way to do this. But uh, they put a roof over the ductwork. And the idea was to keep animals and the weather off of it and of course they didn’t do the shingles. Any metal on there. And then the animals got in there anyway. This area and ductwork there’s several places where the animals climbed in throughout. So we're going to take this down, do something different, and you'll watch this as we do that.
So what we decided is we can keep the plywood. And I saved the guy a lot of money. We're going to put a metal here, metal here, metal here. And so we're going to have to take apart one of those rafters that they used and to fill in this area. We’ll have something to screw to. And it's getting his problem, taking care for a budget close to bankruptcy. So that's what we're doing.
Well, we come a long ways. We’re putting metal, after we cut the front off. What we've done is moved one of the rafters that was on the front near here, put a little bit of wood in here.
We’re fastened metal on the side and we're putting metal on the roof put a ridge cap. We'll take you through it as we go. But we’re going to have to go inside before we close this up and wrap up the duct work so we won't finish it right away. But we're going to get we're going to finish it today.
So now, we're now we're getting all the ductwork sealed up. There's no exposed pipes or anything. Everything's wrapped up. All the edges are that insulation is sealed with foil type. And there's a lot of problems all the way through there, underneath. So we're getting there n
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