Published at Friday, November 30th 2018. by Haley Snyder in Ceiling.
I built a little rack here. I put different size material on different levels. This is my finished product here this all been ripped down to 3-inch. I believe yeah there, not three and a half inch three inch. That'S it so you break it down, get the individual pieces. Then I use my table saw over there to rip them down into you know I set a number of widths three inches or not yeah. Three inches two inch three inch: three and a half four and a half and five. Those are like the most common sizes that I could rip stuff down into. So this is how I got started to check out, I'm a good doing another video on my pallet Buster. Here, which is a great little investment if you're going to be breaking down a bunch of pallets, it helps not break as much of the material that you're pulling off, but all right. So this is step one. Where I'm going to show you what I did on the ceiling and how it turned out and yourself. I've got you to see my ceilings here.
These are outdoor. I've got two outdoor ceilings, front, porch and back porch, and I wanted to do something with the signatures you can see here. All the drywall tapes seams have buckled and popped, and unfortunately, it's put there pretty consistent. It seems like every single one has popped. Buckled. Cracked started to cut down I'll, show you the back porch here in a second but uh. So I was looking for four options to cover and I was looking at doing you know: tongue and groove wood ceilings, and what I found were that you know it's not it's not just that expect very expensive, but it's also there's a ton of time involved. As far as, if you're going to stain it and then what colors you're going to stick it in and then sealing it and then do it all that stuff. So I looked at doing as you can see here I'm on the back porch. You know I started ripping down, ripping down all the tape and getting it all prepped, and then you know, as I said so, going with going with the tongue and groove. It just seemed like there's gonna, be a lot of work as far as staining it sealing it, getting it up, getting it done right. So I was looking at the pallets, so I got a ton of pallets stripped them all down, got them into common sizes and here's a little bit of the results boat. You know common, I got them in common sizes, then I started writing. I ripped him down the table saw, and you know I've got like two inch, three inches three and a half five. You know pretty much all this depends on what size material you start to get and you know use whatever you've got all these are. If you can kind of see their varying thicknesses so but whatever they're I did common with runs. So so it's not happy. I saw I saw a bunch of pictures online people doing it in different ways, but I thought this. This is gonna work.
The best for me, so you know before after then you can see that's kind of like I've almost got that site completely done, but I'm really happy with the way it turned out. I ended up staining a lot of the pieces because you get a lot of like especially the pine is super light, and I want it dark. So, like I stake that one that brown and the next one that darker Brown and I did some of the like it looks perfect, but it's supposed to be like a wine but uh yeah. So I'm really happy with how it turned out. You know there's definitely some work stripping the pallets down, getting the nails out, cleaning it all up. It was definitely some labor but uh whether it was less labor than buying tongue-and-groove staining at all and sealing it and then getting it all up and have one uniform look. I don't know, maybe you could argue that. But then again I got free pallets off craigslist, so at least I save some money. If nothing else of unit cost me the same amount of time and then so, I've been just shooting them up with two and a half inch, nails and I've been gluing them. So you know once you kind of get going, it starts moving pretty quick. I got this done in well, it's about three o'clock almost so I got things about roughly four hundred square feet, so I'd say I'm probably over halfway doing, but I mean that's all I also pulled the ceiling fan get all up in there for the ceiling fan Back up and getting ready to pull this fan and get it all going so whatever check it out.
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