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  1. ThePhilandPam
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:07 pm

    Great job, I still hate plasterboarding ceilings πŸ˜¬πŸ‘

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  2. Pat Link
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:15 pm

    A happy new year the conversion is looking great

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  3. Karl Harris
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:18 pm

    Thanks for sharing buddy, happy new year!

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  4. Ratch Riat
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:18 pm

    top work looking forward to next one enjoyed the video.

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  5. Jolly Joy
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:19 pm

    I might be missing something, but doesnt this just poke hundreds of holes through the sealed vapor barrier (the taped up shiny side of the insulation panels) ?

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  6. Maggie Sue
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:25 pm

    What a transformation! I know you can fairly taste getting it done!!

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  7. I Brazeau
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:27 pm

    You shouldn't have joints at the window/door corners but rather in the middle of the header as they will eventually crack. I like your vids and the effort/research/pride you put in your work… gr8 job!

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  8. Toni Taylor
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:47 pm

    πŸ‘€ looks great 🀩. Caught myself sighing with an occasional aaargh watching you sheet rocking by yourself been there on so many DIY occasions lol can have a sense of humor about it now 😝 was glad to see you grin occasionally and shake your head at yourself

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  9. Ship Creek
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:47 pm

    πŸŽ†HAPPY NEWYEARπŸŽ†

    It just felt plain cruel watching you do that alone

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  10. rikkiesix
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:50 pm

    Great job. Love that lifting device for the plasterboard, speeds up things so much. Happy new year !!

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  11. Amateur Vegan
    December 30, 2018 @ 10:56 pm

    Plasterboardings just one of those jobs 😫
    Not sure about double stud but sometimes I like to nog out hinge level to give it a little more rigidity.
    Probably makes little difference but makes me feel better πŸ˜‚

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  12. 1806StoneHouse
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:00 pm

    Beast mode!! Working late into the night!! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  13. Time Table
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:33 pm

    You know that you can use the lift to lift the drywall to the top of the wall. You place it on the hooks like you do when loading than place the hooks to the wall and flip up the drywall and there you go

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  14. Mike Wilkinson
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:35 pm

    Merry xmas Timbo awesome job so far as usual!

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  15. athloneduke
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:43 pm

    Best wishes for 2019, hopefully you’ll get some downtime and can chillax

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  16. Mike Wilkinson
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:49 pm

    Btw i hope you didn't go with a Senco screwgun extender – mine is misfiring the life out of me. Grrrr should have stuck with makitaΒ as advised!

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  17. Shawn Honken
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:50 pm

    Pretty sure that on the ceiling you are supposed to have a lot more screws holding it up. I hope you went back and added more then the video showed.

    Should have waited for the rest of the video, there was a shot that showed a decent amount. 😁

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  18. happy makingthings
    December 30, 2018 @ 11:50 pm

    Wow! Well done. Happy New Year to all of you.

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  19. Norman Boyes
    December 31, 2018 @ 12:28 am

    Impressive work rate and probably for the first time you are glad that another trade is late! Good job.πŸ‘

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  20. Mr B
    December 31, 2018 @ 12:55 am

    I love a deadline when it's yours not mine πŸ™‚
    Progress looks much better once boards up πŸ™‚
    screw feeder was cheating :-/
    Happy Holidays ….

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  21. lee
    December 31, 2018 @ 1:07 am

    Absolutely loved watching this project progress.
    I think we've seen all 4 seasons!

    Also, I've always wanted an autofeed, but could never justify the expense for how often I would use it. Please don't make us wait to learn of the hack you've found!

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  22. Tyler Pestell
    December 31, 2018 @ 2:44 am

    I hate you. You just make it look too easy and I am thinking, β€œI should really buy a fixer upper”. Meanwhile my wife knows I will get like 25% done and get bored and it won’t get finished.

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  23. Michael Collins
    December 31, 2018 @ 2:52 am

    The plasterer is keen 6am 😳😳🀣🀣🀣

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  24. Paul Fleming
    December 31, 2018 @ 7:41 am

    I would highly recommend a chalk line for anyone doing this. It cuts out all the measuring of joists.

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  25. The Country Cottage Gardener
    December 31, 2018 @ 8:23 am

    Another fantastic video Tim. Thanks for taking the effort and time to document your fine work. Hope you get some r&r with your family over the new years.

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  26. Peter Eyre
    December 31, 2018 @ 8:37 am

    Happy New Year to you Tim and all your family. Looking forward to more cracking vlogs in 2019. Cheers Mate πŸ‘πŸ₯‚

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  27. Kevin Daly
    December 31, 2018 @ 9:38 am

    Great job Tim, a lot of work in this video πŸ‘πŸ» Looking forward to the screw gun hack

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  28. david morris
    December 31, 2018 @ 9:43 am

    Loving the board lifter going to have to look into that when I'm building mine as like you I'll be on it by myself late at night probably. Happy new year!

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  29. Peter Moring
    December 31, 2018 @ 10:00 am

    You remind me of a chap I did plastering for a few years ago. He was shimming the boards before he put them up on the ceiling 'just to be sure' that it was level in ALL directions. I told him we were bonding the ceilings first and that he really didn't 'need' to go to such extreme lengths …….. His reply was "Yes, but I'll KNOW that the boards weren't level and I can't live with that" ……….. HUH?? …… Bonkers!! πŸ˜‰

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  30. Peter Moring
    December 31, 2018 @ 10:06 am

    Favourite customer quote; "Just do this-Just do that" not realising the SMALL jobs take JUST as LONG as the bigger jobs in plastering at least πŸ™‚

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  31. Tl 9877
    December 31, 2018 @ 10:47 am

    Railroad boarding 😩

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  32. GJM Building & Joinery carpentry
    December 31, 2018 @ 10:51 am

    why didn't you couter batten over the king span? would of made life so much easier

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  33. Chris Campos
    December 31, 2018 @ 11:56 am

    I don't know how you find the time to build and film. I can do both on their own. I've tried doing both but couldn't live with the hassle.
    Great video as always. All the best for 2019

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  34. Danny Murphy
    December 31, 2018 @ 12:00 pm

    Great work Tim. With regard to the finished floor level, will there not be chipboard beneath the floorboards? I have a concrete floor here and the FFL is 44mm over the insulation, being 22mm +20mm and a bit for glue. Hopefully it is not important but just thought I would mention it. Happy New Year to you and family looking forward to the 2019 vids.

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  35. xander witt
    December 31, 2018 @ 12:01 pm

    happy new year from China.

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  36. Chalet La Marmotte
    December 31, 2018 @ 1:33 pm

    Is that a special dry wall attachment you're using on the cordless screwdriver? I was thinking of getting one for a project I have on the go. How do you rate them?

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  37. Martin Robinson
    December 31, 2018 @ 1:59 pm

    Happy New Year to you all

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  38. Andrew Baigent
    December 31, 2018 @ 2:22 pm

    Hi Tim, great vid as always, can I ask what the dry wall screw cassette attachment is called ? and where I can buy one. Thanks.

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  39. rds
    December 31, 2018 @ 3:02 pm

    Happy New Year to you Tim and all your family

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  40. jaffamacakeman bro
    December 31, 2018 @ 4:15 pm

    Well ur building control is very relaxed cause ur cables aren't zoned. U should have used metal conduit for it to be right

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  41. Jon Tedstone
    December 31, 2018 @ 4:29 pm

    Absolutely great set of vids, thanks for taking your time to film and describe your work. Here's to all of us who undertake house restorations, we're well underway with our third project and I am still learning new stuff every day. Happy new year to you all, Jon

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  42. Azza 179
    December 31, 2018 @ 5:40 pm

    I have the same plasterboard hoist which i’ve used many times but i had a carpenter who scoffed at me and proceeded to plasterboard an entire ceiling on his own with 1200mm x 2400mm boards using a self made deadman much faster than i could. On a side note i got to get one of those screw guns they look great

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  43. Steve Vye
    December 31, 2018 @ 6:11 pm

    Hello Tim and family! Firstly have a great new year and all the best for 2019! Quick question what is the dry lining screw gun adaptor thing you are using with your drill? Looks like it's a great time saver?! I couldn't see it in the links for the tools used.
    Cheers Steve

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  44. Kron Editor
    December 31, 2018 @ 6:25 pm

    Happy New Year to you and your family Tim! I have really enjoyed watching all your videos and have been inspired to do more myself in future – thanks!

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  45. Brian Morris Gill
    January 1, 2019 @ 5:29 am

    A happy new year from New York City to The Restoration Couple + 2 1/2 and all like-minded folks who follow this excellent content. A great year ahead to all of us (especially Tim who works so hard)!

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  46. Lee Gilray
    January 2, 2019 @ 7:05 pm

    Hey, what is that attachment on your Bosch combi drill you are using as a plasterboard screw gun?

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  47. Paul Peck DrywallTube
    January 3, 2019 @ 2:14 am

    Nicely done man!πŸ”₯πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ»

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  48. pietrosammarco
    February 25, 2019 @ 6:20 am

    Hi! Great videos. I have 2 questions. (1) You go through the trouble of taping up the screws that fasten the foam board to the studs… but what happens when you puncture the foam board with the screws that fasten the drywall (through the foam board) to the studs? And (2) when fastening the drywall to the studs, how do you make sure you don't hit the screws holding the foam board to the studs? Thanks!

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