Pallets Are More Than Just for Warehouse Use!

Pallets Are More Than Just for Warehouse Use!- Warehouse Cubed Have you ever wondered where so many people on Pinterest get these ideas of creating something awesome with pallets? You probably thought that the pallets were only used in warehouses and they can cost an arm and a leg. Well erase all of that from your mind because now in a DIY society, everyone is finding creative ways to repurpose items, such as pallets, for their homes, and sharing their awesome creations with friends and family on Pinterest or other social media sites. In order to create something fantastic with the pallets you must make sure they are available for purchase, are in great condition, and you have the correct tools to transform your new or used pallets into an incredible pieces of art. I will break down these basic points to help you on your DIY journey.

First, you must call a warehouse or store like Home Depot, Lowes, or visit a site like Craigslist to see if the pallets are available for purchase and if so, how much do they cost. Yes, I know Craigslist has received a bad reputation, but it is still a site that everyone around the world will post a FREE ad on and then again you call first before you go and always make sure you take someone along with you. Another tip is to call around to different places in the area and see which one has the cheapest prices, because the idea here is to save as much money as possible and get something that is worth that price. As soon as you do you will be on your way to making something great.

Now that you have found a place to purchase your pallets; the next step is to check the quality of the pallets are worth buying. Some questions to ask yourself: “Are they in
Warehouse Cubed good shape?”, “Are there any nails hanging out of the pallets?”, and “Are there any broken board going across?” These are just a few things you want to ask yourself and the sales person before making a purchase. The process of buying pallets is the same as buying anything at any other store, you want to make sure you are getting your money’s worth. Of course, you want a cheap price; just not a cheap product.

Last, but definitely not least, make sure that you have the proper tools to sand down the pallets, so there are no splinters sticking out, if you want to pull boards apart make sure you have the proper tools for that, because let’s face it a hammer will not do the trick. You can always visit your local hardware store, friend, or a neighbor to see if they have the tools you’ll need and can get those boards apart for you without breaking the pallet. It’s a process that takes time and effort, if it is done right you’ll be on your way to an incredible creation you never knew you could do.

Pallets Are More Than Just for Warehouse Use!- Warehouse CubedPallets can be used for anything you want whether it’s something for the home like a patio set, a bed for yourself or your pet, or to start a small garden. Whatever you create it will be special. Instead of letting them pile up in a store, warehouse, or get thrown in the junkyard take them and create something exciting for everyone to see. After that if you are impress, why not post it on Pinterest and other social media sites for the world to see? Just remember to make sure you are getting the right price wherever you may go and make it a family or friend activity. You don’t have to do it alone, it’s best when friends are around. Can’t wait to see what you have created! If you are planning on doing DIY with pallets contact Warehouse Cubed 770-638-4887 for all your pallet needs. Contact us today get a quote for the best price on pallets.

What’s something you have created with pallets?

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