Building The New Goonzquad Garage Part 9
Its time to raise the roof! We finally got all of our insulation in and now we can officially move onto the next step of this building. The roof is going to be the most sketchiest part of this project but we are ready to dive right in. Hopefully we can get this done in a smooth way and have this sucker built in no time. Thanks For Watching!!!!




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  • Andrew Krueger
    Andrew Krueger

    Should have fall protection. OSHA would be pissed

  • 6kiz6tv

    yo ya deadass need to be safer with this shit i love ya fuckin channel but ya are playin wit yo life by being on that roof like that can ya please get a harness for now and future projects. all love from nyc keep goin up goonzquad

  • Gerardo Moreno
    Gerardo Moreno

    Should’ve done spray foam, close cell best for cold and sound

  • Enoch M.I.D
    Enoch M.I.D

    She’s detroit just like me

  • Eugene Elkin
    Eugene Elkin

    🤣NICE AWES0ME C00L_ 🍨 VIEW *_ *

  • I Drive Cars
    I Drive Cars

    We need a counter for every time they say dude

  • Paul Laf
    Paul Laf

    ”keep the costs down by paying more for insolation” lmao Goonzquad economics I guess 😂

  • yodaistheone

    Pops has really become one of the Goonzquad guys. I Hope you boys realize just how epic he is.



  • darrynkushman1

    Blame it on Rain

  • curtis wilcock
    curtis wilcock

    Dman that puppy is so cute fast progress you coming along nicely dang son you should right that on side of building 😉 and ally of insulation great job on it so far much suppprt will be so cool in the winter as you guys will be super warm too and it won’t be as loud

  • B. Andresen
    B. Andresen

    The right way to go! 👍🏼

  • matteo bazzan
    matteo bazzan

    potevate usare i pannelli già coibentati per il tetto dk


    hello guys, what happened with your security equipment? Greatings from Mexico city.

  • sensrule09

    "When the insulation gets wet it causes moisture" no shit guys. You drinking on the job?🤣

  • MALO G
    MALO G

    You talk to much nowedays

  • Steven Carpenter
    Steven Carpenter

    I really like that you guys tell us how much stuff costs you. Most people don’t do that and I know a lot of us subscribers are curious on prices. Please keep this going in your videos

  • Ted Bundy
    Ted Bundy

    Solar panels on that roof would be so sick

  • Jules michaud
    Jules michaud

    I highly recommend you guys using the scissor lift to have access to the roof.. standing on a palette while being moved by big birta is a big “no no” on any construction site.. you guys are great to watch but you have to start being a bit safer.. your projects are getting bigger and harder.. hence, the risks will also be higher… would hate to see you guys get hurt. Stay safe!

  • Dan Morton
    Dan Morton

    We have eastern Europeans on our construction sites who think they can do everything without help too, it never ends well

  • Plio

    7:29 11:51

  • B L
    B L

    You guys should be tied off. Safety inspector will shut you down!!

  • Brian Dale
    Brian Dale

    What happened Eleazar did your ass itch so bad it busted out and left you !

  • ralph milburn
    ralph milburn

    If the fiberglass really irritates any part of your body, like wrists, pour some white vinegar over that area before a cold shower. You already know that you'll need sunglasses on that roof. A boom lift and safety harnesses would probably be helpful. Professionals fall from heights, and it isn't a pretty sight.

  • Ross Metts
    Ross Metts

    If you guys have any questions or want any tips let me know I used to build these buildings

  • Anthony Colella
    Anthony Colella

    Pops is a beast

  • John Whalen
    John Whalen

    You may want to check your installation instructions for the screw pattern at the purlin lines. You may be installing too many screws. It looks like you may be using the screw pattern for the eave line. Typically the screw pattern for the eave and purlin lines are different, but it all depends on the building manufacturer. More screws typically wouldn't be a bad thing (other than the extra material and labor cost), but roof screws can be a source of roof leaks.

  • Marclen Chin
    Marclen Chin

    Guys, please get some safety harnesses.

  • Rob

    If this was the uk there site would have been closed down by H&S and the biggest fine

  • Jeffrey Salij
    Jeffrey Salij

    Big love for these guys but man… too much talking imho


    Sam be like "let's test fit some insulation and metal sheets just to see how it will look like then take them off until the actual building"

  • alex martinez
    alex martinez

    Don’t put all the screws in and keep moving then come back and fill it in and not every slot needs a screw just stay on one side of every bump

  • Sercan Sungur
    Sercan Sungur

    Really interesting so hard method for building ! why you are not using sandwich panels for that

  • Ibun Kun
    Ibun Kun

    What terrible examples you are. No precautions, no safety, fooling around. You’re not 15 and no concept responsibilities.

  • KELLY Ashton
    KELLY Ashton

    Where a harness guys It saved my ass once it could save yours.

  • Sterling Stauffer
    Sterling Stauffer

    To be honest it seems to me like the garage won't be big enough for lol the cars.

  • Lucas Thompson
    Lucas Thompson

    2:05 It appears they got Willie Nelson's order by mistake

  • Robert Albertson
    Robert Albertson

    Did you guys obtain a LARA computer when doing the build on your Huracan? I am over in Chattanooga and am looking for a LARA computer to do a scan on my 2009 Gallardo (front end lift issue and clutch snap) but would rather not go all the way to Atlanta

  • Muhammed Ally
    Muhammed Ally

    Yall should put solar panels to save even more money in the long run

    • John Stedman
      John Stedman

      That may or may not be viable in this case. The volume of the Goonzquad building is about 100,000 cubic feet, and it is not yet clear what the parameters of their usage timetable and thermal insulation values may be. Simeon and Eleazar would probably need to commission an independent Feasibility Study to investigate their options. The main issue of concern with solar power installations is their longevity, since they are obviously highly exposed to the weather and this can cause significant deterioration of their performance in a very few years. Assumptions will also have to be made concerning the alternatives of conventional energy sources, their predicted future costs, and the likely rises in tax rates expected to be imposed on various energy resources by the Federal Government. Overall, one would want to see that a suitably sized system would pay for itself within six to eight years, and many Chinese made products on the market simply cannot achieve such a performance. The whole matter needs careful and informed study.

  • henry huzzard
    henry huzzard

    Usually you leave the insulation a bit longer at the ends, take off the fiberglass for the foil to tuck over the facier and cut just short of the gutter

  • Gamer ricsi Hun 123
    Gamer ricsi Hun 123

    What’s going on with the camero haven’t seen that in ages I wanna see it get finished it be dope much love to your content

  • Thalon Warner
    Thalon Warner

    For the roof to help with traction wear tennis shoes and spray hair spray on the bottom you won't slide off I've done many buildings like that

    • Thalon Warner
      Thalon Warner

      Just giving some advice

  • Yaliema Kickass
    Yaliema Kickass

    maybe need abit higher if have flooded can stop

  • Rob 351
    Rob 351

    Safety first………………………NOT

  • Halo

    When you screw the sheets down you screw in from the high point/top ridge not the low point of the sheet, you might get leaks.

  • Pretty Boy Hector
    Pretty Boy Hector

    Why do you guys always do Sheet Metal

  • bobby gasmen
    bobby gasmen

    You may install Solar Power System on your roof

  • BZR247

    you guys are rolling the insulation the wrong way, you suppose to roll it the long way

  • Andrew Whittaker
    Andrew Whittaker

    Guys! stop now!!! You need to be screwing the roofing screws through the ridge of the sheet not the flat section. You will use way less screws. Plus you will have leaks through the screws you have installed first up on the first two sheets. Roofing screws should have a rubber seal underneath the collar.

  • Brad Miller
    Brad Miller

    You spuds arent going to learn until one of you have an accident.

  • Mike Rzeznik
    Mike Rzeznik

    Anybody knows this song 7:32

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      Jordan F. Foxy Rezal


  • Jeffrey Carter
    Jeffrey Carter

    A idea A big industrial ceiling fan move a lot of air and run quit and will help keep the ac bill down

  • Richard Ford
    Richard Ford

    Get a hydraulic guy to replace hoses on big Bertha or she might fail. Greatly job you are doing and special praise to Pops he is a legend. Cheers from Australia

  • Josh Wingate
    Josh Wingate

    OSHA rn: 🧑‍🦯

  • Paul Walker
    Paul Walker

    Super job guy's you are an inspiration to everyone.

  • Thatsthebonz

    Your suppose to screw into the highest part of the roof sheet so then no water will ever run down them

  • Julien Brouillard
    Julien Brouillard

    You guys are awesome! Great job! Love the new music at the end too ☺️

  • David Edwards
    David Edwards

    Safety First! Please stop taking risky shortcuts! If something bad were to happen this is all for not! Also, hire a couple of roofers, spread that Goonz Cash and help out some people!

  • wirenut003

    Please you guys must wear a harness with a safety rope. My buddy fell from a roof and was out of work for two years. So think about it.

  • Serafin Roman
    Serafin Roman

    Tell POPS to take it EASY. He is working TOO HARD. It would NOT be nice to see him get HURT !! Take care of POPS guys . You ONLY got ONE Father !!!

  • Travis Bartnes
    Travis Bartnes

    /me sits back with popcorn and a good stiff drink watching the safety Chad's in this comment section.

  • juan pablo segura
    juan pablo segura

    Why did they put screws in the "lower" flat part of the roof shed?, isn't it soppused to go in the ribs to make it water proof?

    • John Stedman
      John Stedman

      In most cases, corrugated metal cladding sheets are fixed through the 'peaks' when installed on pitched roofs, and fixed through the 'valleys' in vertical applications. However, roofing sheets can be fixed through the 'valleys' if specially designed weatherproof and waterproof washers and caps are correctly used. It was not clear in this episode what methods Goonzquad were utilising on this project, and whether this was correct.

  • harold fred
    harold fred

    Next pls 😃

  • Cindy Keller
    Cindy Keller

    Every exciting seeing you 3 progressing so much on the building. And Pops, your show’m them how to work!!

  • Alejandro Martinez
    Alejandro Martinez

    I bet this got demonetized

  • Joshua Gerena
    Joshua Gerena

    What are you all doing with the dogs?

  • Drop YoWifi
    Drop YoWifi

    @goonzquad if you where to use chicken wire it will help with rolling the insulation and will also make it so when the insulation gets older it keeps it in better shape

  • mbcris

    Seems like double/triple the number of screws needed for this panels...perhaps that's the engineering spec?

  • Tienyel O, Farrell
    Tienyel O, Farrell

    to make it easier we use to put 6 roof sheets up at a time then you can just walk them out to the next spot

  • Allister Davidson
    Allister Davidson

    Whats the deal with the 'droop' in the insulation ? Over here in Australia we put a metal mesh down (the mesh makes square holes 6" x 10" roughly) first over the beams then put the insulation on top of that which prevents any droop at all. Is the droop a requirement ?

  • Taylor J
    Taylor J

    Yall boys be careful some serious risk up on top not tied off, not worth it at all one little slip and that's a wrap

  • Babs

    Big Bertha leaks fluids just like old women do! 🤣🤣

  • Kevin Fultz
    Kevin Fultz

    They make magnetic shoes for metal roofing. Should get ya some. They are fun. Good job guys 😂👍🇺🇲

  • jordan yockey
    jordan yockey

    Looking good boys .. keep up the great work 👍

  • Richard LaPenes
    Richard LaPenes

    This build is a lot more fun to watch than I thought it would be. Just a testament to how awesome you guys are I guess... I agree with the people talking safety. It ain't worth it. Speaking from experience - fell from a roof and shattered my shoulder. Two surgeries, a lot of pain, a lot of money, and years of physical therapy got me back to 90% normal but...if I could speak into the past and tell my younger self to tie down, I would in half a heartbeat.

  • Rob

    Please get fall protection harnesses! That might not be far enough to kill you and you'd be messed up for life. Take it from somebody with a lot of preventable broken bones, they don't stop hurting just because they heal and you guys would have a long time to live in discomfort. I'll buy them if you tell me what sizes, it's that important.

  • Ben Jones
    Ben Jones

    Standing on a pallet while being raised with a fork life is a definite no no.

  • RP Model Railroads
    RP Model Railroads

    Keep up the great work!! One thing is certain, once this building is built, you'll have the satisfaction that you built it yourselves!

  • Derek Kay
    Derek Kay

    "When insulation gets wet it cause moisture"

  • jay harrington
    jay harrington

    please you safety equipment

  • Omar Garcia
    Omar Garcia

    From my experience we would take up the top purlin and the Eave with double sided tape, you tape the top end down then you pull from the bottom to have it nice and stretched and you stick at the eave with the tape.

  • Drake Dischler
    Drake Dischler

    You guys need fall protection. Jesus.

  • Evolving Male
    Evolving Male

    Y'all need to stop screwing around on that roof and get some harnesses. I've seen someone fall 34 feet and he was lucky to be alive. He was hurt pretty bad. Your life and or careers could be over in a split second. Don't ruin my video watching. Stay safe!

  • Dario Ortiz
    Dario Ortiz

    Guys get you some fall arrest gear please. They sell roofer kits at Home Depot for cheap like $100. No matter the price it’s worth saving your life and health.

  • Eric Castillo
    Eric Castillo

    Use baby powder you wont be eachy guys i work with insulation all the time it works 100%

  • Siren Head87
    Siren Head87

    What da dog doin

  • josh s
    josh s

    I’ve seen a lot of good men with years of experience get serious injuries on sites guys. I know it seems pretty simple but y’all really need to use the proper safety gear. A fall from that height onto the concrete could end your career and lives. Y’all are too good and too talented to be tempting fate. Love the content just do it safe for us old guys!

  • Gary Novosel
    Gary Novosel

    Fall protection is your friend.

  • Terry Thrasher
    Terry Thrasher

    you should ask some of your viewers to come help and bust it out in one day. i think people would love to help maybe if there was lunch provided:)

  • Sam JS
    Sam JS

    Great start to the roof.......................keep at it.

  • Ace InDaBagg
    Ace InDaBagg

    I’m really proud of you guys… so young and already the Jack’s of all trades!!!

  • Bob Garnica
    Bob Garnica

    Hmmmmm, I don’t know, I would have paid to get roof done. Looks way to dangerous.

  • Shane t
    Shane t

    Looks like you guys have your sheets pretty square to the building, its really is a bummer if they get crooked, it just gets worse the farther you go. Also, the wind will certainly wreak havoc on loose sheets, make sure they are fastened. Spray foam is a great insulation, especially when you do a hybrid of batt's and foam.

  • Joseph St.Amant
    Joseph St.Amant

    Pre baby powder your arms

  • Nate Cameron
    Nate Cameron

    Why not the spray foam after assembly? That is what they do here in Texas.....


    You guys should get safety harness before you guys get shut down for none safety

  • B Bradford
    B Bradford


  • Jarle Tronerud
    Jarle Tronerud

    I had a friend who liked to work without safety equipment. He is dead now!

  • Gillian Horner
    Gillian Horner

    Hi guys just want to say from both me and my partner well done can’t fault your work ethic we love your blogs I’m not into to cars but watched you for a while now especially through the pandemic that’s your sense of fun and your family times etc it’s great. If you were my boys probably like your mum and dad I’d be very proud of what you and the others have achieved. Gus bless keep doing what your doing guys regards Gillian and Deryne

  • Mark Eden
    Mark Eden

    Be careful boys - seen some nasty accidents on roofing jobs

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