Asked on May 29, 2015

Does anyone know where I can find free pallets?

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I am beginning to make a little private garden in my drive. I have no yard but have a small parking area off my drive, plus another entrance. And of course limited income. I am wanting to make a gate to shut it off from the sidewalk/street, and then a fence on the side to block veiws from the street from that side. Make sense?? Anyway lots of ideas are shown with pallets and I am in Owensboro, Ky but could come 10 -20 miles to pick up. Thanks for listening appreciate any help! Lynda Pictures coming soon.
26 answers
  • Tracy Shakal
    Tracy Shakal
    on May 29, 2015

    check craigslist. i just got 20 and they were right down the road.

  • Julie Schroer-Wischmeier
    Julie Schroer-Wischmeier
    on May 29, 2015

    Try paint stores, the paint comes in on pallets

  • Shari
    Shari
    on May 29, 2015

    I also suggest Craigslist. I see them being given away all the time on my local CL. Also, local garden centers, Lowe's, Home Depot and flooring/tile stores will often give surplus pallets away. If you take a ride behind industrial businesses, oftentimes they will stack discarded pallets next to the garbage dumpster (but of course, it is always advisable to check with the business to make sure they don't mind if you take them).

  • Judy Snow
    Judy Snow
    on May 29, 2015

    Not sure in your area, but I have gotten them at our local dump ( transfer station )

  • LYNDA
    LYNDA
    on May 29, 2015

    Yes and no, but it gave me lots of ideas to check into. Thanks at least I have a direction to go now. Thanks guys for all your help. I will send pictures when I finish.

    , This is the beginning of my Secret garden I am beginning The pallets will make a gate a walkway and a fence to give me privacy from the close street and lot next door
  • Laura Martin-La Fontsee
    Laura Martin-La Fontsee
    on May 30, 2015

    Craigslist and the free section of your newspaper, warehouses. Shipping companies.

  • Phil
    Phil
    on May 30, 2015

    Check any local store, Lowes, Home Depot. Just make sure you pick up clean ones, try to get ones with no chemical residue on them

  • Robyn Hecht
    Robyn Hecht
    on May 30, 2015

    If you have a mall near you go to the back shipping/receiving area. They usually stack them up next to dumpsters and are free for the taking.

  • Stella
    Stella
    on May 30, 2015

    Check your local feed store that is where I get mine I live on a farm so I am at the feed store a lot

  • Peggy Dodd
    Peggy Dodd
    on May 30, 2015

    I just got three free from my local grocery store, they have some that they have to return but there are also ones that just get thrown away. The three I got were in really good shape. also someone told me once that lowes will sell you pallets for $20 each but not sure.

  • Carole
    Carole
    on May 30, 2015

    Anywhere where stuff is delivered to them on pallets. Supermarkets, local feed store if you have one, some of the larger greengrocers or farmers markets, large hardware chains and so on. I believe pallets are numbered and are the property of these companies but they have a limited life span. If they are done with them, they might let you take a few.

  • Bernice Cannon
    Bernice Cannon
    on May 31, 2015

    Yes, if you drive through an Industrial Park, typically, there will be a few to a huge pile of pallets/skids back by the dumpster. The Business does not need them but they know the value so they typically just set them out in the given area for anyone to help themselves. The reason I know, I work for a Fortune 500 Co that is in the Transportation business of packages and we receive shipments on pallets but we don't use them after they come to us so we lay them out by the dumpster. I hope this helps.

  • Rhonda
    Rhonda
    on May 31, 2015

    Our local newspaper gives them away for free.

  • Pamela Rose
    Pamela Rose
    on May 31, 2015

    I always check out craigslist but you have to be ready to go and get them right away.

  • Anna
    Anna
    on May 31, 2015

    My local newspaper gives them away, practically begs you to take them. And don't take pallets from Home Depot. They are not for the taking. My daughter works there.

  • Linda Fraser
    Linda Fraser
    on May 31, 2015

    look on craigslist. You can usually find them on there

  • Pam Montgomery
    Pam Montgomery
    on May 31, 2015

    I go by new home construction sites. If home is going to be bricked, they leave the pallets when they're finished

  • Linda Phillips
    Linda Phillips
    on Jun 2, 2015

    Our local Ace Hardware store puts them out by the street with a sign that says "Free"

  • Lroach55
    Lroach55
    on Jun 3, 2015

    Go to Walmart...the unpainted ones are free

  • Susan
    Susan
    on Jun 3, 2015

    I work at a KMart store and they put all their "old pallets behind the building as trash. Most are more than usable.

  • Judy Snow
    Judy Snow
    on Jun 7, 2015

    I've picked them up free at our local transfer station ( dump ) hope. You find some.

  • LYNDA
    LYNDA
    on Jul 6, 2015

    thanks so much

  • Chris Milligan
    Chris Milligan
    on Jul 11, 2015

    Travel down I-75 to our exit 122 and turn right to Clinton, TN. Pallets Plus is just off the interstate. We travel there often and my husband makes crafts for me and the family. Chris Milligan

  • Imogene
    Imogene
    on Jul 20, 2015

    If you find any please let me know where? I can't find any pallets here in Evansville,Indiana either.

  • Maurice
    Maurice
    on Dec 14, 2015

    If you go to most building suppliers they are usually happy to help. Be aware that they may need you to comply with their shop/site rules. Insurances might not allow you on there.

  • 99 Pallets
    99 Pallets
    on Jun 18, 2019

    You can find free pallets here, many ways explained on this site.


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