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I have a bunch of pallets and was wondering If It would be possible to build a pallet house or building
 
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I don't know the answer so I've added your question to a couple other forums that might get better results...good luck!
...and this will bump it up to the top of the list again
 
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It's been done. Google and youtube are your friends.

Seems like it's best suited for a shed rather than a home [though there have been Tiny Homes constructed that way.]

Actually... they'd make pretty good walls for animal housing because of the natural ventilation [assuming you aren't in a climate too cold for the animals in question.]
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