We priced storage sheds, but ones that would be big enough to hold the mowers and be tall enough to keep me from cracking my head inside cost way too much; over 2300 for a 10’x10′ shed at a local big box home improvement store. We had been making shelves and small furniture pieces out of pallets for a couple months and started discussing using pallets as our building material. I used pallets for flooring, framing, and an outer covering of the shed. The metal roofing is from food service size tin cans that were flattened and attached as shingles. DIY pallet sheds are on right track to catch the fame. This tiny property can be made on a low budget in durable nature though reprocessing and reconditioning of pallet wood.
How to build a pallet shed – recycled building at it’s finest! Problem is the shed is large – about 10 feet by 15 feet with a 12 foot roof – and was very well built with a raised floor, built in shelving and storage rafters. Click here for step by step pictures on how to build a pallet shed of your own. Today I’ve something not related to painting for a change.