My wife and I had a need for a puppy area in our home since we breed Goldendoodles. I did some research and came up with a plan and a materials list for the project. The amazing thing about this pen, it is fully customizable to what ever size you need. Below is a list of the materials and tools that I used. I have added links for the materials but I would recommend shopping the materials to save as much as you can.
*3/4″ PVC Tee’s – https://www.lowes.com/pd/Charlotte-Pipe-10-Pack-3-4-in-dia-PVC-Sch-40-Tees/3514898
*3/4″ PVC 90′ Elbows – https://www.lowes.com/pd/Charlotte-Pipe-10-Pack-3-4-in-Dia-90-Degree-PVC-Sch-40-Elbow/3514904
*3/4″ Schedule 40 PVC Pipe – https://www.lowes.com/pd/Charlotte-Pipe-3-4-in-x-10-ft-480-PSI-PVC-Pipe/3133085
*3/4″ PVC 90′ Elbow with Outlet – https://www.lowes.com/pd/LASCO-3-4-in-Dia-90-Degree-PVC-Sch-40-Side-Outlet-Elbow/3344664
*1″ PVC Tees – https://www.lowes.com/pd/LASCO-1-in-Dia-90-Degree-PVC-Sch-40-Tee/1067669
*3/4″ PVC Couplings – https://www.lowes.com/pd/Charlotte-Pipe-10-Pack-3-4-in-Dia-PVC-Sch-40-Coupling/3514890
*A vinyl remnant to cover the floor underneath
*2×4 non treated lumber to for your Bassett
*Drywall Screws for fasteners
*Galvanized L Brackets to fasten base corners
Basically determine the area you want to construct and divide that by the size of the 3/4″ Tees. Then take that number and double it and that will be the number of 3/4″ Tees you will need per side. The amount of pipe will be determined by two factors. First, how high do you want the sides to be and second how many Tees are required per side?
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