DIY - Home Made Log Stores - Get Em Out

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  1. WeegyAVLover

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    Hi All...

    I need to build a log store for... Ummm... Logs!

    I am looking for some insperation on what to do. Mine will have to be low and long given the space where it is going to go...

    So anyone on here got pictures of their own efforts?
     
  2. eireann10

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    Recently built mine and also just pretty much filled it. :clap:

    it was completely built from pallets. Except obviously the Felt for the Roof.

    it is long and lowish

    i will get some pics done and post them later.
     
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  5. WeegyAVLover

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    Nice one.
    What are the roof tiles you used?
    I assume they are fixed to the batons with nails?

    Cannot see from photos.
     
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    They're natural slate, although at the gauge they're laid at they're not actually waterproof, I'm guessing they're more aesthetic than strictly functional, it does look nice painted up :thumbsup:
     
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    Here's mine :D
    It cost around £20 (for the roof material and a bit of cladding). The rest was recycled timber from stuff I'd pulled down

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