33 Replies to “How To Make A Simple Pallet Wood Picket Fence”

  1. Read the full article with photos and details here: http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/articles/article.php?id=11309

  2. You can also use the extra pieces you cut off. Give them a picket fence at one end and fill in the gaps between the pallet. Giving it a double picketed look and you wouldn't need the chicken wire.

  3. yes I like your simple way better than the other guy but I still like the other guy he's funny. thanks for the tip about off the ground. I want this for my front yard to keep the dogs from pooping and peeing on my newly planted bushes. those owners have have no respect. it sounds like you have a zoo. Great job!

  4. Great way to keep the pallets off the ground and attach them to wood posts would be to run a level 2×4 a few inches off the ground between the posts. Rest the pallets on it like a ledger board. Toe nail a few nails in at the bottom and a second board above the middle runners to nail too and whitewash it all with limestone and water once a year and it'll last 20 years or more

  5. Thank you for making a VERY concise and informative how-to video. You helped solve some problems I encountered as I attempted to make a pallet fence.

  6. thank you. I am using 4x4s in front and sides of yard. but the green stakes are good idea for the tree line. thank you again

  7. I am using this for a Halloween fence along my front garden outside of my walkway. Should be cool. I wont need anything as stable, but thanks for the quick build tip. I have 5 pallets to cut today, so its done for tomorrow.

  8. I agree with the other comments I've seen about Hyezmar's Woodworking Bible. Look it up in google, he might still be giving it away to beta-readers.

  9. Thank you for sharing this video. I've torn apart many pallets to build a fence. After watching this video I can see I've worked way too hard.

  10. Wowwwww when i first saw it i didn't realize you hadn't disassembled pallets to make it. You simply cut part off and shape the existing structure into the fence panels, that's so cool. If i can find enough pallets i'll do this around my little veggie garden to keep animals out and section it off. It'd look super cute. Good work and tfs.

  11. Awesome job on the fence, my daughter wants to put one out in her yard for her Pups, so I e mailed this to her. You work smart, thanks for the tutorial!

  12. thank you !!!! I love your video and all the information. I'm  going to try to build one… Wish me luck 🙂

  13. Lol, It's always easy when some one else is doing the work. You've put a lot of work into this fence. Looks good. When I was a kid you could get cable reels anywhere for free. Now the only ones I've seen are for sale on craigslist. Not cheap either.

  14. If was Troy I'd take some of that nice clean dry pallet wood, separate it, remove the nails and store it in the other loft in the Tiny House and save it for winter interior work. Maybe even enough to do a couple of complete  interior walls. Using dry wood will work  a lot better than wet wood.

  15. am bulding my place 20 by 20 i just got my batterys i got 3 8volt's to run a 24volt i have a lot to asked you, you seam to know a lot more then a lot others i seen on line

  16. @3:00 Nobody's going to analyze the angles on the top of your fence?
    Spoken my a man that is not married!
    My wife would see one odd angle from a block away and complain until it were fixed!

  17. paint your bottom boards with old motor oil termites wont go near them your fence is looking good blessings to you.and don't get to hot out there.

  18. Very inventive fence! Would love for you to tag on clips of free-ranging chickens and Joy running around at the end of your videos.

  19. The pallet picket fence is such an original idea. Looks like you have a good system going now to make the work go faster. The overall look is very nice. Of course if you want a really really authentic picket fence look it's time to make like Tom Sawyer and break out the white wash! 😀

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