What a project this has turned out to be and the weather here in Ohio isn’t helping matters. Little by little the shed is starting to take shape.
After securing the bottom row of pallets, we added the upper wall by cutting pallets at an angle with a two-foot slope.
We attached 4×4’s to each corner and then connected the 4×4’s with 2×4’s. The 4×4’s and 2×4’s will be used to support the roof.
The structure is starting to become more secure with each added board. I can’t wait to add the outside boards, windows, and the door.
More to come…A couple of windows and a door.
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Post 3– A Couple Windows and a Door
Post 4- Covered Front
Post 5– Roofing Material
Post 6– Tin Roof in Progress
Post 7– Pallet Shed Roof
Post 8-Pallet Shed Finishing Touches
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