Here's how to use old pieces of fence post to create an a-frame lumber storage rack, holding lots of material in a small amount of floor space. This is cheaper and more environmentally friendly than buying a commercial lumber-storage doohickey (here's the $140-ish unit i based my design off of).

Step 1: Pick / Refine Your Design

having frequently been frustrated from my lack of planning in projects, i decided to try a bit more planning. the picture below is what i ended up with, vaguely to scale thanks to trusty graphing paper. doing this made my project turn out substantially better (and get completed quicker) than it otherwise would have: a bit of planning goes a long way, apparently!
<p>This a great idea to help build a fence. There are a lot of options when it comes to building fences. There are a lot of great fencing in my area. I hope that I will be able to find the best fence for my home. </p><p>http://www.cutpricefencing.com.au/steel-fencing.html </p>
Nice project.<br /> <br /> FYI to others who might consider this project.&nbsp; I have heard that you should make sure you have plenty of ventilation when welding Galvanized materials otherwise you might get sick (no long term impact, but short term impact is like the flu).&nbsp;&nbsp; Happy welding.
IF when welding galv...and you begin to feel sick...head for the milk jug....a small glass will clear the queasies right up.
I wish we had space for one of these! I'd probably keep the middle open for plywood.
Er...maybe one side would be for plywood...middle wouldn't work so well.

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