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Tearing Out The Kitchen | Budget Mobile Home Remodel #11 | Demolition

Tearing Out The Kitchen | Budget Mobile Home Remodel #11 | Demolition


well today’s the day you’ve probably
been waiting for and we have really dreaded the most today’s today we tear
out all of our kitchen cabinets countertops sink dishwasher and
effectively shut down the kitchen so the plan of action is to start by taking the
easiest cabinet out first that’s the one beside the stove and then we’re going to
start taking out the sink and the faucet we’re going to keep our faucet and reuse
it so we’re going to be careful when removing it and we also need to
disconnect everything under their plumbing wise as far as drains just wash
your connections all that stuff I can take these off the hand I’m just
gonna undo the dishwasher connection and then put my thumb over it and then try
and drain it through the sink which I’ve already disconnected so I guess I’ll
connect that back that’s off the water came in there that’s good save all these pieces Oh what is that turn it on
everything threads on back of the sink there’s ass Thank You psyche so I wanted
to show you guys how unlevel our countertop was because it’s kind of hard
to tell it in the videos so here’s some close-up shots of how it really just
sinks at the sink and pretty much just funneled water underneath it probably
its whole life so that’s why we are tearing this out one of the many reasons
but there’s why so we’re waiting for the dishwasher to finish its final cycle
it’s on the drying stage so we’re trying to dance around it right now angel is
going to go ahead and take the doors off the cabinets and I must get the stove
over to give us a little more working room pick them up I am
all right let’s check them out I’ll try watch leg not injured workers comp here does this gone by it’s got screws going
up from that wood can you make sure it’s not gonna tear the wall up do that you
try and pull this in the way oh that was gonna have to get right down anyhow yeah
alright now that it’s off the wall I think we can break it right where the
sink was out the door yeah that’s full the entire heading is
now pick it up quit letting a drink if you do anything stick the end of it
alright hold it there demos done wasn’t too bad and I won’t
say it feels good having the kitchen tore apart now look but it is nice to
have that much accomplished and one afternoons work that’s out of the way
yeah well the next step is to turn to the floor but we’ll save that for the
next video thanks guys for watching we’ll see you guys next time bye you

64 comments found

  1. That looked like fun! It didnโ€™t take a lot of strength to pull it out anyway. Canโ€™t say these trailers were well built! You guys are making it right! Canโ€™t wait for the next video! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  2. Wrecking crew , good job , has to be the cleanest tearout ive ever seen . Used to do these thing on a regular basis in our own homes , right back to the bare bones , if not for us , for family aswell when they were stuck . Loved to see the before and after results . Keep going guys your doing fine .

  3. What was that stuff around the plumbing that you had to smash off? I have never seen that before. Was it that foam spray stuff that hardens.? Why would that be around the pipes? It just seems so weird to me. Great job in get that all pulled out. Looking forward to seeing what you do with the remodel.

  4. It must feel good to get this work done. All I can say is, Good for you!! I will be here next time. Take care and God Bless.

  5. That old wallpaper must have been the standard back when they built the mobile homes. Iโ€™ve seen it appear on more than one tear out besides yours.

  6. FYI In pulling the drawers out there are two little latches one on each side of the drawer that you push down and it lets the drawer slide out

  7. sink gone, time to start yalls diet. got to hand it to the missus, she gets around and demolishes as good as any man i have seen. great to have a mate that will help without crying yukky about everything. sir, you and i have great wives and i feel sorry for the majority of the couples in todays world…….g

  8. Great job, are you going toย install an outlet under the sink for the dishwasher so your cord doesn't have to plug in up through the counter.

  9. YAY!!! You two did good!
    It is strangely satisfying breaking up insulating foam.
    I'm sure you both will be glad to never see the basket wallpaper. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Do I see Dominoes and KFC in your near future?
    Stay blessed, my friends! You are loved!

  10. I'm enjoying your video's. You remind me of DIYfferent – Doug and Ashley are making over their 'double wide mobile home'. They have the same easy to follow explanations and best of all are also a great team; kind and respectful of each other. Lovely to see.

  11. Great progress friends!!!!!
    Lemme guess whats in store for next time……*pulling up sticky tile*
    Taking up the old subfloor, and laying down fancy OSB…..and a TRIP TO LOWES FOR NEW CABINETS
    Am I close? ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜€

  12. If theres one thing I hate it's jacking around with plumbing under cabinets. I'm a big guy and there's no room. So wirty dords come forth.

  13. I wanted to add that you really should replace that Polybutylene water pipe while you have the floor open. Its no longer used due to it failing. It will all fail especially after being disturbed.

  14. Yes thatโ€™s a great feeling also great video less talking lots of working love it !! See ya on the next one โ€ผ๏ธ I was sent here from Ashley&Doug โ€œDyfferentโ€ Channel

  15. My Mama lived in a single wide mobile home for over 20 years. The land she had it on was beautiful and peaceful. Of course her kitchen was cheaply made as well but Mama taught me to make home made bread there as well as Many card games at the kitchen table. SHE usually won! haha!……Ya'll are doing a great job. It must feels so good to have another goal accomplished! WELL DONE!!!!

  16. Good job, you two! Don't think I've ever seen such a large blob of spray foam around a water/drain line! Good that it looked fairly easy to remove. May I suggest you don't install a cabinet next to stove, you could use that space for the trash can. I'm looking forward to how this all turns out. Looks like you have quite a few repairs to do first. Good luck to you in future jobs on this project. Thanks. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Ah bring back memories I had to do a total gut of my kitchen. Bought the house did not know was old water damage hidden. My fridge started to fall threw the floor. You can see what i did i posted a video on YouTube well photos of what all i did. Was a way bigger project that i thought was going to be. But will be nice when done!

  18. The window looks like a lot of possible hidden scares. Looks like possible sheet rock work to be done under it with the way the window sill looked. Awesome stuff guys. Can't wait till the next one.

  19. It's amazing how you see how flimsy things are made when you're taking 'em apart; And wow the people that built it really loved that baskets wallpaper. XD" It's gonna look great after you're all done.

  20. That cabinets that you first pulled out. The cabinets on the floor next to the dishwasher. Got it lol anyway they were sitting on a base that made me think raised beds

  21. Looked pretty easy. I've lived in older mobile homes for much of my life and I always marvel at how cheaply constructed they were. I hope newer homes are made to higher standards than what they used to be. You will have a quality home when you are done.

  22. I'm really enjoying these videos! Reminds me of helping a friend remodel his trailer after the August 2016 floods here in Denham Springs, La. The things we found under his cabinets would make you RUN! Lol

  23. Hey that little concealed miniature coffin built-in under the base cabinets was a clever way to hide your mother-in-law.๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ The gig was up the moment your wife wanted to renovate the kitchen๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†. Total kidding YouTube people. The only thing harmed in the making of their YouTube video was their kitchen๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†. DROP DAH MIC ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ‘‡๐ŸŽค

  24. Yeah, can understand not being happy it's all torn apart and out of commission for the moment, but you're 1/2 way there! I'm sure It'll be 1000% better once it's back together too, that's the main thing.

  25. well shoot guys, just when It was getting good, you guys STOPPED… lol Now I got to wait till the next one…. lol You guys are doin an AWESOME job and your kitchen is gonna be BEAUTIFUL when you get finished with it…God bless..

  26. Great job! I started watching your videos at 2x speed, and you two are hilarious! You really have to try it if you get some time, it is GREAT! (Especially some of your facial expressions) Thanks for sharing this reno with us. I know it is a lot of hard work but I'm sure you will be pleased with the results!

  27. One thing about mobile home cabinet build quality, it make destruction easy. That window looks just like the ones I replaced this year. About the same quality as the cabinets..lol.

  28. At least you guys had little baskets of apples with your wallpaper.. poor Doug and Ashley had the giant Pagoda's .. My god, whoever thought that was a good idea… my favorite type of evening, a cup of coffee, supervising, watching you all work..lol

  29. You guys made short order of that demo! Amazing what you find and then the "quality" of the materials it was built with.

  30. If you have an issue with mice, install aluminum flashing tacked in the wall and floor corner behind the new cabinets and stove. Mobile homes usually have no rat slabs underneath them, vermin can easily chew a hole into the house where it's warm and they can find nesting. Cheap insurance.

  31. Thank you all for watching and commenting, it's greatly appreciated!

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  32. May be too late to comment but I just found your channel, have been binge watching for 2 days, just love you guys. Your wood working and soap making are awesome. Kids just so cute. Love what you are doing and how you are building your homestead together. What I wanted to suggest was maybe you could use your old kitchen sink in your outdoor kitchen until finances free up a little to get something different? Just a suggestion. I remember when I was many many years younger how difficult finances were, I was a single mom with 3 little ones and we had to make do with what we had, a lot of times improvise solutions. Wonderful work you two, it will take me a week to get caught up but I'm enjoying every minute. Thank you for taking the time sharing your lives.

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