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Old 10-20-2008, 12:11 AM   #1
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Looking for some cheap ideas to build a little porch for my camper at the deer lease.

Anyone had any luck with pallets? I guess I would need to cover them so the kids don't break an ankle?

Any other suggestions?

Just need something to kick the shoes off on and maybe have room for a little table or chairs.

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Old 10-20-2008, 12:14 AM   #2
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Pallets with a plywood cover......they will rot of course but they will do until you decide you want to build a real portable deck.

How is that new TT working out?
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find a big piece of old indoor outdoor carpet and lay it down outside your door.

a little redneck but it will work. then all you need it 4 pallets with a sheet of plywood on top of it to put your shoes on

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Old 10-20-2008, 12:21 AM   #4
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How is that new TT working out?
Hurricane Ike tested the roof/vents/seals to the limit.....and the TT came out a loser. Had to take it to the dealer for a rush resealing/repair job. They got me fixed up and out the door in a few days in time for my hunting trip.

Thanks for the ideas guys.
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I really like the camp area of this place. Lots of room, nice fire pit, plenty of shade from the oaks, water/electric/septic is handy, and best of all....the wife likes it!

Even got me a 100 year old "golf cart storage facility" with my charger in it.


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Old 10-20-2008, 12:39 AM   #6
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bobby you think there are any snakes in that pile of wood next to your shed?
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Hey Chew....your camera is crooked on that 100 year golfcart storage pic.

I would like to have that in Christoval...

That Ranger and trailer adds $75-100 to my round trip fuel bill.
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If you're looking for cheap, I'd go with the pallets but instead of ply I'd cover them with carpet remnants. If you can find a carpet store nearby they usually throw the old carpeting in a dumpster out back. It's a great way to soundproof the inside of box blinds too!
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If you're looking for cheap, I'd go with the pallets but instead of ply I'd cover them with carpet remnants. If you can find a carpet store nearby they usually throw the old carpeting in a dumpster out back. It's a great way to soundproof the inside of box blinds too!
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cheryl....there some big ole boys in the Chew Crew.....

I don't know how long those pallets would last without some more support.....
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cheryl....there some big ole boys in the Chew Crew.....

I don't know how long those pallets would last without some more support.....
plus me or smart might want to come visit also
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plus me or smart might want to come visit also
.....I gotta see how the upper crust do it occassionally.....
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Pallets with wood in the gaps or covered with wood fencing would work also.
Somebody in our area should have some heavy pallets you can use.

Don't move the firewood away from the building as I believe that is what is holding it up.
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Don't move the firewood away from the building as I believe that is what is holding it up.

Yessir....everytime the wind blows I see the building "breathing". It's time is near!
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Old 10-20-2008, 07:19 AM   #14
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Pallets with a plywood cover......they will rot of course but they will do until you decide you want to build a real portable deck.

How is that new TT working out?
That is what I was going to say.
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:04 AM   #15
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We built a little mini-deck for our trailer, framed with 2x6's and covered with 2 sheets of treated plywoood. Instead of digging holes for the posts we used those concrete footings so it can be moved.
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:21 AM   #16
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Pm with instructions sent

I'm right down the road I think and will supervise for a case of cold ones.....if you get me 2 cases I WON'T try to help
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:26 AM   #17
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how about rock? rock is great and helps gets mud off as well... just need to build a cover... or do you want to walk around in your socks on the "patio"?
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Why not get the entire camp on board with this project and upgrade to something like this?

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Old 10-20-2008, 08:40 AM   #19
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Bobby -

If you need some indoor carpet, let me know. I have some reminents in the attic that you can have.
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:41 AM   #20
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:45 AM   #21
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If you can find any old carpet or rugs, that is what we use around our camp. I got a bunch of carpet from the model home next to my house.....when they tore it out.
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We took some cinder blocks and set them on the ground and then took some 1/2 inch plywood and lined up a 2x4 where they joined and screwed them together. We did this with 4 sheets. Then we coated the boards with Skid no more. This is a product that we get from Krolls marine. It is basically latex paint with bits of rubber in it. It dries hard and leaves a non skid finish. The gallon can of Skid no more is cheap and will do the entire surface.
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Can you use that wood porch looking structure that is leaning against the left side of your storage facility?
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Old 10-20-2008, 09:08 AM   #24
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I use pallets covered with 2x4's. Seem to last about three years max. Im down on the coast so the bottom rots out pretty quick.
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I've layed landscape timbers down lengthways and then screwed fence pickets across them. This works fairly well if you have a somewhat level ground surface.

The only set back is some of the pickets are weak with knot holes and you have to replace when broken.
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Can you use that wood porch looking structure that is leaning against the left side of your storage facility?
Thanks for the input guys.

Tim...that's the door of the little shed that I removed. It was screwed shut where it wouldn't open. It's not in very good shape (kinda like me).
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I'm going with pallets & carpet this year.
If I like the place I might expand next year.

Anyone have ideas on a cheap way to cover a travel trailer with some sort of roof or patio awning?
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Old 10-20-2008, 10:12 AM   #28
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for the posts we used those concrete footings so it can be moved.
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the concrete 2x4 footings are pretty cheap and portable

this is what I used (less the metal hardware pictured)

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I always preferred a piece of bar grate maybe 2' X 4' as the step set on cinder blocks because you could step up on it and wipe your boots and the mud would drop right through. Most steel supplies have it...It's not super cheap but you buy it once and it lasts forever...



For the seating area if you have any gravel on the place you might be able to do a deal with the rancher to drop a few bucket loads and spread it...it's always nice to have a place to get out of the mud...the problem with plywood on pallets is that they get slick and slimy with the mud when it rains...
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Rocks...it will keep the kids busy.
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If you want some pallets, I have some that have 3/4 plywood on top with no gaps you can have.
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Old 10-20-2008, 10:32 AM   #32
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Bobby I got one at the house you can have. The kids were using it by the portable pool but the pool is leaking and its getting discarded as soon as I drain it. I dont want to store the little "deck/porch" thing that the ladder sits by.

Stop in and take a look at it, if it works for you then its yours.
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I just always used that green indoor/outdoor carpet stuff. Can be washed pretty easy if it gets muddy. Can be rolled/folded up easily for storage.
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If you want some pallets, I have some that have 3/4 plywood on top with no gaps you can have.
Thanks! If I can find a way/reason to get down to Victoria, I'll take you up on that.

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Bobby I got one at the house you can have. The kids were using it by the portable pool but the pool is leaking and its getting discarded as soon as I drain it. I dont want to store the little "deck/porch" thing that the ladder sits by.
Thanks Kurt. I'll come by and check it out!
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Old 10-20-2008, 10:45 AM   #35
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Do that , I would hate to take it out and use it as a traget backing for that new pistol.

I think it will work well for you, its good and sturdy.

Pool is coming down this week so as soon as I remove the ladder you can have it , if it works for ya.
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Old 10-20-2008, 11:00 AM   #37
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Since we're on the subject of free building materials...If anybody wants a bunch of sheet metal for free, we had a small barn on a new piece of property that collapsed and there's a bunch of sheet metal that's available to whoever wants it. We're just about an hour north of the Willis bridge on Lake Texoma, just off Hwy 377.
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Old 10-20-2008, 11:13 AM   #38
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find someone with a blown down wood fence, cut it into sections big enough to handle or will fit on you trailer, add some runners under it for additional support and you have a portable porch. 2- 6x8 sections will make a nice porch area.
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Chew, I'm betting your gonna keep this lease for awhile. Find two pallets (oak) and buy an 8-10 width by about 6 foot length piece of linoleum and a box of roofing nails and 1 1/4" piece of plywood. Pallets should be 48X48 maybe 48X52 but butt them together plywood top and wrap in linoleum. should give you enough area to take off boots and not get socks wet from carpet.

Build an awning then a good porch and stay awhile!
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Wanted to bump this to the top.

I just bought an old travel trailer that's already on my lease. Any ideas/plans on how to build a covered porch? I like the portable concrete block idea.

I'm thinking of using 1x6s as the floor, since plywood tends to rot fairly quickly.

Thoughts?
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I've got a pallet that's almost 7' square i think. I was goin to build a stand and use ut for a base, but I've gotten off my lease this year. If you come through Lufkin and can take it home, shoot me a PM and I'll hook you up!

Last year I used another pallet as a porch for my camper. Screwed some plywood on top and used 4 cynder blocks to keep it off the ground. Worked great.
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When I had my camper is used 6 pallets and covered them with plywood then covered this up with outdoor carpet. I had it out inthe weather for 3 years with no problems. I got a new camp this year and this is my porch below. It is not a very good picture but this is my newcamp with porch. It is a 8x16 porch the bottom is made of 4x4 and the top is 2x8. I got it from a machine shop that had a pc. of equipment arrive on it so it was free as they were fixing to bust it apart ad throw it so if you know someone in the oilfield or at a machie shop they may come across something similar to this. They are getting me another one soon so I will attach it to this one.
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First one was built from old concrete forms.. it was free.. still standing after 3 years.
But I now have this one..
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one of the guys on my place is a dealer for the synthetic stuff they use for boat docks and trailer bottoms

my deck has been there for four years, so I haven't needed any, but I'll see if he can get the stuff for less than retail.

it's really nice stuff, and the dirt just falls between the slats.



edit: I like this avatar better, but this is rob, or rod, or whoever posting.
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4 landscape timbers 4x8 and 12 or 16 5/8" x 6" x 6' Cedar Dog-Ear Fence Board. nice little deck and a very cheap price....
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one of the guys on my place is a dealer for the synthetic stuff they use for boat docks and trailer bottoms

my deck has been there for four years, so I haven't needed any, but I'll see if he can get the stuff for less than retail.

it's really nice stuff, and the dirt just falls between the slats.



edit: I like this avatar better, but this is rob, or rod, or whoever posting.
Courtney....er, Rod, er Rob........ If you talk to that guy, assuming the stuff he sells is TREX or something similar......ask him if he knows of anyone who's used it to re-floor a trailer! Not like a semi trailer, but like a 16' flatbed used to haul tractors, mowers, feeders, junk, stuff, and other things.......and how it worked please.

Thank you sir......er, ma'am......uh, wait.....what ??
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Courtney....er, Rod, er Rob........ If you talk to that guy, assuming the stuff he sells is TREX or something similar......ask him if he knows of anyone who's used it to re-floor a trailer! Not like a semi trailer, but like a 16' flatbed used to haul tractors, mowers, feeders, junk, stuff, and other things.......and how it worked please.

Thank you sir......er, ma'am......uh, wait.....what ??


It's not solid like trex -- it is hollow -- I'll find a picture of it.

It is commonly used for horse trailers, if that gives you any idea how well it will work for a utility trailer.
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plastic pallets work great. if you know someone that works for the local budweiser distributor there pallets work great for a porch.. ill try and dig up some picutres..
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plastic pallets work great. if you know someone that works for the local budweiser distributor there pallets work great for a porch.. ill try and dig up some picutres..
That is what they use on my lease, looks like a pallet designed to hold 4 55 gallon drums. They wont let me have one
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For mine I just laid a couple of landscaping timbers on the ground and then placed more crossways on top of them. Used some 6" long screws to tie them together. I think it is 4'X8' and is a heavy sumbuck. Kind of a rough surface but it is about 7 years old and still in pretty good shape because the lumber is treated. Perfect height for stepping into the trailer. Small step up to get on the porch and a small step to get in the trailer. Except when I forget to duck my dang fool head going through the door
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