Paul Frederick Bartlett: You can come work at my house any time...great smile :)
Scott Henderson: Please make a video on how to take the windchimes down after your neighbors express their dislike for all that racket going on. Hope you don't have a neighbor who's bedroom is nearby, nothing worse than annoying windchimes....but you do have a nice on air personality.
Doug Robinson: stop smiling so much
Mitchell Tuckness: Can you make a video on how to mount heavy stuff like POE style bullet security cameras to walls coated in styrofoam covered in stucco?
Yamil Assi: Las pelotas que vas a hacer eso tan facil como lo mostras.
certified30: Besides that cute smile, you better fill that hole with some whater proof silicone, then insert the anchor if you dont wanna have water infiltration.
Michelle Sharpe: thanks for this...I got stuck and was almost close on figuring it out...at least it was easy..and I like the part where you kept drilling (action) :)
gumbypokey7: I wish these stucco videos would specify concrete vs. Styrofoam. The install steps are very different for each. Those anchors won't hold hardly anything in Styrofoam stucco.
gw348: The music is annoying.
Manuel Wong: Is that a normal wood drill bit or a masonry drill bit?
Mike Angeli: She smiles like tony romo
Joseph Smith: What did I learn here?
She's way too hot.
Jack Bronham: If you know an elegant way to locate studs behind stucco, then please have Chrysten share it with us. I've had some success using a powerful magnet to find the heads of the nails that attach the chicken wire to the studs.
Ted Ethio: I liked her very attractive smile...
Sasha Gabriel: U guys ROCK! Thanks for all your great tips :)
rumvodkaf1: If a girl can do it, I should be able to do it too. Lol j/k.
Build.com: Placing a little silicone in the hole before you place your anchors should prevent any leaking. Thanks for the comment!
How To Drill Into Stucco And Install A Wall Mount Bracket- Build.com5
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