Picket fence using pallet tops

On a recent GW programme it was mentioned that you had used pallet tops to market a picket fence and that they were about 68p each. However I have been unable to find these. Could you please let me have a suppliers name? Cheers Andy

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  • sotongeoffsotongeoff Posts: 9,806

    Andy this isn't a direct line to the GW programme as such-perhaps if you could be more specific- because- and I may be alone in this-  I do not understand what it is you are after-when was the programme on and what do you mean by "market a picket fence"image

    If you make it clearer someone might be able to point you in the right direction

  • sotongeoffsotongeoff Posts: 9,806

    Andy

    I have read your post again and is it you want to make a fence out of a pallet?

    Just google pallet suppliers if that is the case-you should find them in you area.

  • Paul NPaul N Posts: 222

    Just ask around. Building sites are a useful place to find discarded pallets. I don't know what you mean by 'pallet tops' as to make a fence all you need to do is use a crowbar and seperate the slats. I have a dozen double-size pallets on my drive and these were once used to tranport plasterboard. Wickes? Initiative?image

  • hollie hockhollie hock Posts: 3,344

    Pallets make great fencing. The 50 foot fence that I have is made entirely of pallets, slats separated, denailed, renailed into place and painted.

    Didn't cost anything..........just a bag of nails, some paint and an eagle eye! And some hard work

    Free pallets are every where, just got to go and get them

  • My company website has a how to guide for building picket fencing if anyone's interested. As I'm new to the forum, I don't want to seem spammy. So if anyone's interested, please let me know and I'll post it. 

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