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19 Comments

  • David addison 1 year ago

    Ah that makes more sense ! I'm kind of currently doing the same.
    I reuse a lot of the white pallets to make garden planters.

    recently thought about making a little shed for the garden bits but I was going to break them down rather than use them as they are. Ha, never even went through my head

  • Annie Jackson 1 year ago

    Awesome !!

  • Josef Vak 1 year ago

    total win !

  • alex longman 1 year ago

    i do a lot with pallets and reclaimed timber and this shed workshop is really really nice work

  • Richard Kilpatrick 1 year ago

    Hey, fantastic project. after watching this I am planning on building one. Two quick questions for you. 1) for the workshop base, you have used pallets. are you not worried about them rotting because they are not raised off the ground. 2) for the roof, what is the rough dimensions (angle)? thanks 🙂

  • Michael Hinchey 1 year ago

    what keeps water from entering the dwelling?

  • Luciano Urciuolo 1 year ago

    Good job! Same like I did!

  • Nez Bit 1 year ago

    That's awesome, want one!

  • Julius Jahnke 1 year ago

    How did you get away with building it, are your city council building enforcement codes that lax?

  • LIFE OF RYAN 1 year ago

    what size is that

  • Elshan Amrahov 1 year ago

    Well done!

  • Nathan Jennings 1 year ago

    Hi good video, I'm curious how did you connect the pallets?

  • Emerald Bren 1 year ago

    great job mate

  • Hezekiah Jr. 1 year ago

    That Looks Cool !!!!

  • Free Inhabitant 1 year ago

    Sweet! – Except for the music – YUK!

  • Casey J 1 year ago

    I love the architectural drawing ( on the back of the envelope ). Lol it looks good and must be well cosy with the electrics and insulation Well done!

  • Sam Vapes 1 year ago

    How did you secure the pallets on top of each other?

  • en1ightened 1 year ago

    Great work, very inspiring, going to attempt something similar soon!

  • Flash Reviews 1 year ago

    why this plastic in the floor?