I was able to obtain 6 wood pallets from a local shipping company near me, which was enough to build this firewood shed to store my wood. I started by disassembling them and stacking the boards according to width.
I then knew the length of boards and how many I had. I created the first drawings to be a 6′ tall by 6′ wide and 18″ deep. I then scaled the height down to 52″ as it seemed to be a little top heavy when there was not much split wood in it. Overall it ended up being 6′ wide by 52″ tall and 18″ deep with a 15-degree roof line.
I worked about 4-5 hours to complete and covered the entire project with Behr Transparent Waterproofing Wood Finish in Natural Oak to protect and preserve the structure for years to come. I applied two coats over two days time following the directions on the gallon container.
Now that my shed is ready, I can start searching for some firewood for sale near me!