Reconditioned pallets are ideal for:
Today, pallets are almost as ubiquitous as supermarket plastic bags – and often, sadly, just as routinely discarded. But the pallet offers enterprising recyclers a multitude of opportunities. Whilst their shape – squat and square – lends itself to the creation of unique furniture, the pallet’s raw, textured wood is also on trend for many contemporary shelving and storage schemes.
Recycling free or cheap, unwanted pallets is not only cost-effective, but it also shows your customers that you care about contributing to sustainability.
If you haven’t thought about the many ways that wood pallets might work in your business, get inspired by the imaginative and stylish ways these have been used.
A few key identifies for grading reconditioned pallets are listed below:
Number of stringers
Amount of repairs on the stringer