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Make a Pallet Fence that will cost you nothing

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Pallets can be found so many places for free. And you can make all kind of great things from them. We have made this from light weight pallets. Here goes: Drill some supporting pallet boards to the walls - like 2 or 3 on top of each other. Drill the first pallet you see on the left of the picture to the supporting boards. Drill the following pallets to the previous. Do the same on the opposite side. If you do not have a wall to fix it on, then find a log that you can put down in the ground to fix it to. On the pallet you will use for a gate place some strong hinges and a lock on the other side. For extra support put some boards or small logs in the front and/or back to keep it solid. Happy hunting and building
Time: 4 Hours Difficulty: Easy
  • pallet fence, fences, outdoor living, pallet, repurposing upcycling
  • pallet fence, fences, outdoor living, pallet, repurposing upcycling

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  • Sharyn
    Sharyn Dundalk, MD

    what a great idea, now to find someone to do it.

  • TonyPreston
    TonyPreston United Kingdom

    This is a really good alternative to picket fences which can be achieved at a very minimal cost. That is why it is always good to explore and have those creative juices flowing when it comes to refurbishment around the house. We can have a completely

  • Linette Templeman

    Looks great.

  • Marie
    Marie Monroe, LA

    Love this!

  • Carolyn
    Carolyn Hilo, HI

    Great idea!

  • Apmomma06

    Love this!!!

  • Correy.smith321

    A paling fence like that sure reminds me about installing one for my house. Especially for the backyard of my home that is missing. What type of tools would you need for the installation? <a href='http://www.altoagencies.com.au/paling-replacement1'

  • Pamela Langone
    Pamela Langone Princeton, IL

    I like this but I see you have pipe on outter side. What is that for??

  • Siff S

    Just for extra support. Its a metal pipe. Thanks for the comment 😊

  • Terri
    Terri Canada

    I saw a post similar to this. Instead of drilling the pallets into each other they used posts inserted into the ground and just slid the pallets overtop of the posts. Both are great ideas.

  • Elizabeth Sagarminaga
    Elizabeth Sagarminaga Mission Viejo, CA

    Looks great. Nice Idea. Thanks for sharing.

  • Sarah williams
    Sarah williams Fayetteville, NC

    Great idea...

  • Shannon Dyer

    I love this! I am doing this on the side of my house asap. Thanks for the great idea!

  • Duff.suzanne

    Great idea. Made one myself and just love it.

  • Kwjalien
    Kwjalien Birmingham, AL

    I really love your fence, I need this fence like yesterday.

  • Marie Bacon

    we used the really really heavy 8ft pallets for our fence, and it works wonderful for our little dogs.........

  • Sissa79
    Sissa79 Jeannette, PA

    Absolutely love this! Great job!

  • Weedinwoman54

    Love this idea!

  • Jeana Esser
    Jeana Esser Baton Rouge, LA

    I have an old chain link fence that was originally put in but it wasn't done correctly and it looks terrible and is sagging. Do you think I can just get rid of it and do a pallet fence? I have 5 smallish dogs and want to keep them contained.

  • Siff S

    absolutely - its easy done if you use light weight pallets - i had a medium sized dog. I would just put som net on the inside, though for smaller dogs as extra precaution. Good luck with it all :)
    Best regards

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