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Great idea for Pickup & Delivery of UPS,FedEx and Post Office packages!

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I built a package box for delivery and pickup of UPS, FedEx and Post office parcels. This will keep things nice and dry!
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Life On Beagle Road (7 months ago)
Think we just found a new favorite channel. We make projects on our channel too. Your shop is way cleaner than ours. Ha! New Sub!
Wyatt’s OutDoors (4 months ago)
I subbed
Wyatt’s OutDoors (4 months ago)
Don I love ur videos and I would suggest u look at my YouTube cause I do a lot of woodwork and building
ed henderson (6 months ago)
I've let myself get hooked by the online shopping convenience even though I could easily drive down to walmart or lowes quite easily. But I also caught someone stealing a package. They grabbed it before I got to the door but I saw them as they were getting into their car with the pkg. They saw me, I saw them and they took off. 5 mins later I heard a noise and went to the door and my pkg was there in the flower garden. I think they figured that I had got their car plate number so brought it back. I'll be building a box that anchors to my flower garden. Not as large as the one you built here but the same construction basically. I'll figure a way so that when I'm expecting a pkg I can open the top. When the driver drops off the pkg he closes the top and then the box self locks. Thanks for your idea's.
Homestead Handyman (6 months ago)
I wish people would respect other peoples property but that is not the world we live in. Thanks for watching!
ed henderson (7 months ago)
I believe you predrilled the polycarb. What size hole did you drill.
Adriel Rowley (8 months ago)
Wonder how this do in a warm climate like here in Mesa, Arizona? ;p Though their trucks probably get just as hot. Amazing wood fillers for the roofing. Very nifty and good looking. And congratulations on the Fedex approval. P.S. Have always wondered if there be a way to make a one way box that would be accepted as package signing, now that oops (what ups translates to from German) does a one and done and the pickup point is miles away.
Adriel Rowley (8 months ago)
I got that, just was being a little silly, sorry. Though didn't think this type of plastic came in a IR blocking version and good to know that.
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
You could probably put a translucent roof that would block the suns rays. I like clear so i can take a peek and see if anything is in there!
Making it ‘Out Of The Woods’ (8 months ago)
I love your pencil sharpener! 🤗 fab project, it’s gonna do the job! 🌲🦊🌲
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Its working great! Thanks for watching!
carinthian creative workshop (8 months ago)
The box looks good. Great job.😊
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Thanks Josef!
Sumo's Projects (8 months ago)
Hi Don, I love it 👍👍👍. Ps your shop is fantastic & a drone ?, wow
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Thanks Dirk.
Rusty Glovebox (8 months ago)
Great build. I have been thinking of something similar.
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Hey Rusty, It has been working out great. Thanks for watching!
Off Grid Nation (8 months ago)
Nice work Don. One more thing I didn't know that I needed but now I can't live without. 😄
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Don't want you to run out of things to do. Write it down Tommy! Lol
Edie Boudreau (8 months ago)
Looks great. Think I would prefer lid that lifts up instead. For any large or multi package days. (Edit. Oops. Should've watched further 1st.)
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Edie Boudreau Thanks for watching!
Chick-a-Woof Ranch (8 months ago)
Great job... now I'm gonna have to redo ours... thanks
Chick-a-Woof Ranch (8 months ago)
Homestead Handyman exactly. after I rebuild the mailbox.😳
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Don't want you to run out of things to do on your Honey-do list!
Robs Woodshop (8 months ago)
Great build. 👍👍👍
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Thanks Rob!
Rag Tie (8 months ago)
great video
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
Joshua Bradford (8 months ago)
Looks awesome!
Homestead Handyman (8 months ago)
Thanks Joshua! It's working out great.