littlemis Registered User
#1

anyone know where i could get some for free please??would need to be good as i want to reuse them thanks.

finbarrk Registered User
#2

Try Clean Ireland. Sometimes they take them in for recycling. They might give you the number of the yard and you could call them.
http://www.cleanirl.com/

buck65 Registered User
#3

Shannonside Building Supplies, Clonroad.

Ronan6700 Registered User
#4

So you want free stuff but you want it to be really good quality???? Mmmmmm

littlemis Registered User
#5

Ronan6700 said:
So you want free stuff but you want it to be really good quality???? Mmmmmm



no.I never said I wanted really good quality,I mearly said good,tell me how you would propose I reuse bad broken ones.I do not want them for firewood obviously or I would have asked for any kind of timber....Mmmmmm

Ronan6700 Registered User
#6

Mmmmmmmm

Ronan6700 said:
So you want free stuff but you want it to be really good quality???? Mmmmmm



no.I never said I wanted really good quality,I mearly said good,tell me how you would propose I reuse bad broken ones.I do not want them for firewood obviously or I would have asked for any kind of timber....Mmmmmm

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Ronan6700 said:
Mmmmmmmm


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colm_mcm Registered User
#8

The blue ones are the best. They tend to get snapped up by lads in Toyota dynas though.

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colm_mcm Registered User
#9

Actually, the creameries usually have loads, I got a trailer load of them from the one in corofin a few years ago for free

Great for firewood.

littlemis Registered User
#10

colm_mcm said:
Actually, the creameries usually have loads, I got a trailer load of them from the one in corofin a few years ago for free

Great for firewood.


I can assure,burning them never crossed my mind.I want to reuse for fencing...I made a lovely one out of scaffold boards and also to wall a shed only a while back...have a large road frontage are I want to fence off,that's why I thought to use pallets...:)I'm always doing some form of diy,in order to avoid the housework..lol.

colm_mcm Registered User
#11

The creameries will sometimes have double size pallets from fertiliser too.

Bear in mind the wood isn't exactly top quality unless they're the blue ones, which look odd as a fence

buck65 Registered User
#12

buck65 said:
Shannonside Building Supplies, Clonroad.
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Lads forget the guesswork these guys have pallets FREE and the quality is fine.

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littlemis Registered User
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colm_mcm said:
The creameries will sometimes have double size pallets from fertiliser too.

Bear in mind the wood isn't exactly top quality unless they're the blue ones, which look odd as a fence


could sand back i would imagine,but i wouldn't bother,,nothing in my place matches,so long as it serves it's purpose is all that matters to me. cosmetics mean nothing to me,I'm no headache to the husband in that respect...

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