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Dude you get a subscribe just because of the positive attitude you got
You built a small home without any construction experience? That's crazy, did you just use youtube videos and google to gain the information or what? I assume you were a carpenter before hand?
so true - my brother had so much building material free . He got his material just like you have from job sites that needed clean up or what ever.
CraigsList.. Pallets can be used for small buildings (Outhouses, Fire Wood Storage, Coops)
I'm looking at land. Came across your video. Great advice you seem down to earth. Thx man.
I always wonder do construction sites dump all those unwanted material in the landfill. I see so many useful recyclable material in these dumpster. Unbelievable.
another way, we created a "free or barter" page on facebook for our area, we allow nothing to be sold on it, only people giving or wanting free stuff or people wanting to trade with each other
My wife would call you a hoarder. She thinks the government will take care of everyone. Right
people would be surprised at how much money it takes to set up an off grid property....time and money..
great video i just sub!
Can someone help this single Mom with a disabled child start a homestead. Will work hard and bargain if I Have ti!
Property and retreat tour with hidden rooms with the shelters 😀 also how do pay property tax?
That's awesome. Everything mentioned is sound advice.
15 years... I'm kinda jealous lol! Time is money, as they say. A person can get a lot accomplished with time and elbow grease
where there is a will there is a way
Some good points here on getting stuff on the cheap. Another way is checking out what people put out on the street for trash pick up if you are in a city or even rural areas. Sometimes you can find some decent stuff the people just don't want anymore.
New subscriber here, thanks for the great videos man. I love salvaging and recycling material. The amount of materials out there that can be reused, and gotten for free with a little bit of work is amazing. There are building materials everywhere that people can get for nothing, just need to look.
How about local zoning laws and or building codes?