If you have a garden space having lots of herb and flower beds then it need some extra care as you have put lot of efforts to get an arresting garden space. If the animals and pets are making you disturbed with their unexpected entries into the garden area then you should make it fenced to get them blocked off. You can do this with your own hands as we have done this DIY pallet fence project to provide protection to our garden plants.
You would surely be needed a lot of wood for this purpose so you can make use of shipping pallets which are just free of cost to get. If you are having a shipping area near your home then to get free pallets would be much simple and easy. The DIY pallet fence for a garden fence worked as a perfect solution in providing our garden space a chic boundary and privacy. Get the pallets and make this DIY pallet project cloned to provide ultimate security to your garden, lobby and yard.
To get this fence project started first you need to have lots of measurements of your garden space. This will give you an estimation about how much wood is required for it.
After getting the measurements of your garden boundary, mark the space using digging tools and for perfect alignments and direction use of rope will be a great choice.
By leaving some equal spaces make some holes in soil to fix up the basic supports first and then the fencing boards to them. If your garden surface is soft then make some pieces of pallets edged from the corners and get a perfect tool to dig up the soil effortlessly.
Here is the pallet tool we made to dig the garden space and it is also much assistive as you can put out the dug soil with it. After getting the required hole marks now fix the bigger and thicker wooden supports in them to get a raw structure and sketch of your garden space.
Here is how we got them fixed in vertical position. Now you have to prepare a number of fencing units to be in between these supports to give a covered fenced area.
Now the time has reached when you need to disassemble the pallets into a big pile of separated planks to get some squared or rectangular fencing units out of them.
If you make use of sawzell then it would be much easier to separate the pallets apart if you are missing this tool then a pry bar and a hammer can assist you in this step.
Make the bases of these wooden pillars a little bit extra deep in the soil to get them stay erected even if you put some weight on them. Go with exact measures and alignments to get you target in precious and accuracy.
We made the pallets dismantled and made these wooden fencing units by cutting the planks in with miter saw. Each individual unit contains 7 to 8 pieces of pallets and 2 to 3 back supports to get them tightly held.
Then we just fixed them on by one by adding metal angled brackets and got the perfect DIY pallet wall to stop the unwanted entries of the pets and other animals.
There is also an alternative way to get such a chic fenced area, make all the pallet pieces edged and fixed them directly to the ground surface to get a fenced area.
You can see this backside preview of our fence wall to provide you a complete guide about what we have done in what way. We have also constructed an chic chevron topped entry gate and have made it hinged to make it freely spin and move.
There are lies a big deal of pallet wood fence that only improve your exterior portions of home but you also make great fun while doing them, this pallet project is also one of them.
If you go with industrial fencing it would much higher in price and rates and you may find it unaffordable for sure. Get this amazing plan to stay on a budget and enjoy a great fenced area on a budget.