A shed is almost essential for every home. Where else can you store the tools, lawn mower and miscellaneous stuff that doesn’t fit in the house? This one is that bit better because it’s made from recycled pallets.
It’s good for your pocket since they are sold at very low prices if not free. Would you believe that the shed featured here costs less than $500? And that includes all other materials such as the concrete, frames, roofing and exterior walls! Not bad for a large, strong shed, right?
Don’t forget the good that you are doing the environment when using recycled pallets. It helps save our natural resources and reduce landfill waste.
Would this shed work in your location? Take a look at the photos below showing how this shed was made and be inspired! 🙂
- Recycled Pallets – in good condition
- 2×6 Timber
- 4×8 Wood Panels – 7×16 in thick
- 1/4 in Bolts – 3 1/2 in long; with Washers
- Galvanized Carport Sheet Metal
- Oil Based Paint Coating
- Paint Brush
- Concrete Mix
- Melamine Board Forms – for piers
- Heavy-duty Metal Straps
- Red Bricks
- 18in Rebar
- Door Hinges
- Power Drill
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Thanks to Oklahoma History for this great project. You can get the step-by-step instructions here…
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