In this video, Kyle Stumpenhorst of RR Buildings shares some of his best tricks and “hacks” for using chains on the jobsite.
RR Buildings videos feature Kyle Stumpenhorst of Franklin Grove, Illinois. Kyle went to college for computer science but, after working in the field for a couple years after college, felt the desire to work with his hands. After remodeling his own home, he started a remodeling company that soon grew to include every facet of residential construction. After Kyle built his first post frame in 2012, he was hooked and never looked back! He now specializes in custom post frame structures for all sectors of the market. Kyle has been married to his high school sweetheart, Lindsy, since 2006 and has two kids that mean the world to him.
Another Chain Tip: Up, up and away
Put joist spaces to use with this simple storage idea. Fasten eye screws to the joists and cut lengths of chain to keep odd lengths of trim and pipe out of the way but easy to find. Open one side of the eye screw with a pliers to slip the chain into place. Make the chain a bit longer for future expansion.