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Here are some pictures of log stores that a few of our customers built along with what they had to say about their experience using the How To Build A Log Store manual.

Kevin's Log Store

Steve,

Finished my first one. Slightly different in dimensions and roof covering but your how to guide was brilliant. Simple and easy to follow.

Thank you very much. I have enjoyed these last two days.

regards

Kevin

Matt's Log Store

Hi Steve,

After many months of messing about, I have finally finished the log store. Not exactly as per your instructions, but pretty close. I am grateful for your clear instructions, and have learnt much in the course of making the store....

Thanks again for your help and encouragement, it was worth it!

best wishes,

Matthew

Ryan's Log Store

Thought you'd like to see the finished product - thanks for the guide, easy to follow, especially for a novice.

2 days to build and half a day to paint.

First of many projects hopefully.

Cheers,

Ryan

Alick's Log Store

Good morning, Steve,

I thought I would write thanking you for the detailed plans for the log store. I've just finished mine which, including breaking down 3 pallets and siting it, has taken me about 14 hours. I enjoyed the challenge and it was all the more satisfying that the plans and instructions were so clear.

Once again, thank you

Alick

Richard's Log Store

Steve,

I wanted to say a big thank you for your fantastic design ... it was worth every penny and very easy to follow. I found the project from start to finish both relaxing and enjoyable. If I can do this then anyone can! If you are thinking about building your own log store do it, it is hugely fulfilling. As you can see I used new rough sawn pressure treated softwood which I obtained from Wickes [1.5" x 2" framing] and Timberstore [22mm x 75mm cladding]. It didn't cost the earth and is extremely robust when compared to many you buy ... plus they cost at least twice as much!

Richard

Rebecca

Here's my finished log store!

For me, a 30 year old with no wood work experience, I think I did ok!
I found the guide easy to follow with great photos!
It took me about 10 hours to complete over a couple of days.
Anyone thinking of buying the guide, do it! It's worth every penny!
Thanks again Steve

Rebecca