Garage Ceiling Overhaul

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In this video we remove all the drywall from the ceiling and replace it with OSB. This adds additional function to the garage and allows my husband to hangs things from the ceiling without the constraint of locating a rafter. This DIY garage overhaul project took us about 2 days to complete.


боец Василий Теркин says:

How do you live in paper houses?

Tom D says:

updated lighting too, awesome that will make a nice change for him, & see you both worked together nicely 🙂 looks great

Nick B. says:

I wonder if the side mouth smile thing at the end of every single video is planned. Like a trademark ending to all her videos.

Bruno Mars Versace On The Floor says:

You changed the lights

jim white says:

you always call the ceiling joist rafters why

Sergeant Seven says:

no tarps? jeez.

Richard Flanigan says:

Enjoy your channel. You should stagger the seams when sheeting w OSB… Drywall… etc. The drywall coming off the ceiling would typically be due to moisture (the roof probably leaks)

Jules Lewin says:

why do you and your husband have separate shops? (if i heard correctly)

Kruell says:

Where are your safety glasses!!!! 🙂
*edit… 10 seconds later… n/m*

OCJohn Weber says:

As a builder I see homeowners do this a lot! The common mistake is removing the 5/8 fire rated drywall between the garage and living space. This can include walls and ceiling. Remember, your vehicle is a gasoline storage container and the code requires the fire barrier…

Abu Bakar Ali says:

Your wave is v.expensive !!!
Thats what makes people comes back to watch your video.

Rommel Brusola says:

Awesome job!!! I gotta say though that how are you able to make donuts but couldnt back up? Hehe

Read Sabar says:


Bill Diehl says:

As a woodworker and a golfer, it was sad to see golf clubs stuck up in the rafters.

Steve Skouson says:

April, driver’s side reverse light
is out, on the Toyota truck.

GREAT video!


BDT Trance says:

Some nice boyz toyz in the garage there 🙂

edward vargo says:

Oh Boy, that Garage sure is coming along nicely. Excellent work, Looks Fantastic!

David Scott says:

watching your video was great to get ideas for when i get my garage up ….. So thankx

Nate says:

Is there a reflective material on the sheets of osb you used and if so what does it do, reflect heat in summer?

Sascha Theobald says:

I like your cannel April, but for a german 200% precision worker is this sloppy work. No spirit level, unprecision cuts. sorry

Richard Davenport says:

You should have staggered the seams. End each row with a half sheet so you dont have joints running the same all the way down….

Richard Fay says:

After reading comments all I can say is codes smodes we don’t need no stinking codes. I still remember when this was a free country, before all the lawyers,ins. companies and politicians.

james Sho says:

Ratchet strap to hold garage door rails & frame while putting up the drywall is what I learned

SuperMan says:

The video was all going good till you messed up going back wards with the truck

garyneilson says:

Why didn’t you use fire rated drywall panels? It would have been cheaper, safer, and looked better than OSB.

Patrick Harmon says:

Why didnt you just paint the OSB once it was installed and saved the time it took for the paint to dry? I like your projects but how about you tell the viewers key details like screw sizes, type of fasteners, etc…? Keep up the projects and God bless.

Johnny Sahn says:

Aww that was too cute, husband and wife working together like that! 😀

Marcelo Alarcon says:

You are a great and very intelligent girl, congratulations.

Steve Owen says:

Awesome makeover in your garage!!! I am getting a list of materials to do the inside of mine and was wanting some pointers I guess. I want to hang them vertically on the walls, but have heard that they need to be offset. Is that true, and if it is, how much offset do I need to make it?

Pat Naef says:

I hope you do well together for another 100 years

davey929 says:

Dude! Is your husband part monkey?! I remember when I could climb like that…when I was like 18. I gotta hit the gym!

roger drum says:

Love the extras at the end. She can’t back up but she can go in circles really fast in “some cars…um trucks I mean”. Yeah trucks. She doesn’t do circles in fast cars. Neveeeeer

Tom Lecerf says:

Ok. Maybe this has been asked but don’t you think a vapour barrier would help with the moisture? I know you’re in Texas but if you insulate won’t you have condensation?

Van Allen says:

1:33 She looks like a Mortal Kombat character…. and that’s a good thing 🙂

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