First thing your gonna wanna do is throw those Phillip's head screws down
Extra hole and those other screws are too close to edge. And not even flush. 3 strikes.
Beside the fact of what is happening I don't understand why the US doesn't seem to ever use Roberson screws for carpentry...
You should never use screws for weight bearing applications. Screws break. Nails are the way to go.
Please don’t use screws for anything that carries shear force.
Or you could drill the screws in from the other side
I'll just use my hand. 😑
Hope no one's planning on standing on that
Cringe!!!! Don't be weak and do this. Just hold the damn 2x6 and screw.
Oh yeah? Now water will get in and the wood will rust.p
A ideia foi boa, mas não ficou nivelado...
How can it rack if it screwed in? 2" Nails, use a Paslode
Nope. Please use joist hanger brackets.
Donkey..... the beam moved and ended up being not flush or straight.
Terrible construction work.....do you know what joist hangers are..... Elwood
Or.....you could just use your hand...
Just use a f clamp
Bro...crooked as fuck
First off, Never use makiita. Never.
That's not how you use a pry bar. Put it under the wood next time.
What a hack
Nowhere near square that made me very uneasy 🤢🤢
Screw are not intended for framing.... no shear strength... theywill snap off!!
Don’t use screws...
How about using a joist hanger?
You're supposed to use the appropriate bracket hanger
Joist's all jacked and nothing's square or plumb.
When framing we use nails because they can bend back and forth a million times without snapping.
This is so unnecessary lol
Use nails. Screws break.
On top of all these comment's..the screws should be at least 3 inch...an 5 in the joint..or joist hangers..or ledge it
Ain't even straight ...
wtf is the point in this
Really? You can’t just hold it with your hand?
Thats a terrible idea
Zinc coated screws into treated pine, yea that's going to last.
Test with a brick
lol, or you, know use a clamp. ABC - always be clamping
Why not just use your other hand to hold the board? I’ve been building for ten years and never had a need to waste my time using these stupid tricks.
If you insist on doing this, don't remove the screw. No need to have extra holes in the wood because cavities lead to decay.
oder man kanns und hält es mit der hand... ganz schlau in kesseldruck imprägniertes holz löcher zu machen die dann nach oben hin offen sind.
Really bugs me how he took the time to get the board level only to get the last screw in crooked
Who the fuck in their right mind would do this?
Thats crooked as fuck
This looks like dog shit. Should be deleted.
Lol just hold it up by hand ya flog
Its not even strait, wtf
Tipps and tricks for stupid dickheads. 🤦♂️
How are these hacks when u working twice as hard??? Some people are just idiots
Joist hangers anyone?
Maybe just pull it up?
Is it just me or did anyone else think this was a loop?
Those aren’t even screws rated for framing! Use joist hangers, and the shit was 1/2 inch short. Terrible
Or just lift it…
How idiots do decking.
This is so stupid, man up and get your hands dirty and hold the freaking wood. Pussies!
A lot of people are being harsh on this tip. Everyone’s assuming they are having a joist, and it looks like that but honestly the board looks a bit small to be a floor joist. And while he’s using toe screws, this can be replicated with other screws, even screws meant to be used for joists. This tip has many applications and can be very useful when dealing with warped wood. And people say that the unnecessary hole will make the wood weaker. Yes, but I don’t think the people saying that understand the durability wood has, especially because you won’t be doing this to every board. A small hole here and there in some joists won’t do much to the life of a deck, other parts of it are likely to wear much faster. I’ve torn down my fair share of old decks and what breaks them down is never something like this. But honestly the tip could be better, I just put a screw in halfway and use one hand to pry it in place with a hammer and screw with my other. It gives a lot more control for lining something up.
Screws are to small and we should be using nails for framing
So unprofessional, rubbish
This is the type of shit that happened during the construction of the Surfside Florida condo tower that came down.
Still crooked lol. use your hands like a man.
This some homeowner stuff here. If you don't know what your doing just say so
That board crooked af. Use your clamps. This is dumb shortcut bs
Those screws tend to snap and break should have used nails
This wouldn't fly under building codes. It would have to be set using joint hangers and nails. Even if it weren't for the code, screws aren't for hanging joists or rafters. They're for holding things down not holding them up.
Very nice 100 %k1, k4 thanks
HAND BANG THE SHIT OUT THAT WOOD! 😂
Simple! Cut the joist tight in the first place.. so it holds itself in position. Seriously not rocket science ( DIYERS CLEARLY )
Someone’s dad got a camera
Or you can hold it up with your hands.
On Woodprix website you will find the plans you are looking for.
Put the screws in from the other side dumb ass.
That’s bent ..
Like wiping before you poop. Just don't make sense.
Or you can just put it on a level surface instead of drilling unnecessary holes
Until your fired for waitlisting time and screws
Decking should use nails. Screws aren't designed for shearing strength.
De todos modos quedó chueco jaja
Out of square, just cut it to the proper length then you don't need to hold it up. Screw from the back of the board through
Ever heard of a joist hanger ???? This is not it
Crooked as a politician
i’d believe that you knew what you were doing if you didn’t shoot 1-1/2 inch screws a quarter of a inch from the edge of the board
And zero deck screws were used that day
Why not just put the pry bar under the board?
This is a waste of time pppff!!