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Completed shed..... So far! of shed - The Palletable Shed, The start (best if pallets are the same size!) of shed - The Palletable Shed, After a happy days work. of shed - The Palletable Shed, Felted and boarded. of shed - The Palletable Shed, Roof and porch added of shed - The Palletable Shed, Contemplation time. of shed - The Palletable Shed,

The Palletable Shed

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    Robin Clarke
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    Low cost- everything donated/found apart from roofing felt and truck exhaust for chimney (and of course nails screws etc.) Upvc door donated and double glazed unit free after pestering a local double glazing firm mercilessly (payback!!!)

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    Photos show main stages of construction - should you ever want to undertake such a satisfying project! Didn't really bother with plans or designs - just made it up as I went along/bits came avaliable.Very helpful if you can get pallets same sizes! And now a great place to sit and contemplate!

    The battered looking gas bottle is actually my homemade wood burner - hence the truck exhaust chimney - It burns really well and keeps the shed vey cosy. You can't see so clearly on the photo's but the shed is obviously made from pallets, then covered in a layer of roofing felt and finally a covering of planks from disassembled pallets. Very strong and water tight.

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