Manufactured from – high quality, pressure treated timber, with a 15-year anti-rot warranty. The timber is FSC certified - this means the timber used comes from properly managed forests and controlled sources.
Open Back - this log store is designed to be positioned against a wall or fence.
Slatted Sides - allows air to flow around the logs helping to dry the logs out and deter any damp.
Slatted Floor - keeps logs raised off the ground protecting them from damp.
Log capacity – 0.55m3
Height: 5ft 6 inches / 166cm
Width: 4ft 5 inches / 135cm
Height: 2ft 8 inches / 82cm
Supplied for self-assembly: you will need to use a tape measure, drill (with 2-3mm drill bits), pozi drive screwdriver and a ladder during assembly. You will need to pre-drill the holes prior to assembly.
Made in Poland.
Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. Forest will send an email confirming your order, you will then receive a text (if a mobile number has been provided) or a call to advise a delivery date and ETA this is usually 48 hours before delivery.
Please Note: unfortunately, these items cannot be delivered to Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland or any other Offshore Islands.
to see instructions for assembling this Log Store. Pressure Treated Timber
Forest timber items which are designed to be in ground contact are pressure impregnated with Osmose Naturewood preservative (a timber preservative which contains copper and an organic co-biocide), an effective method used to preserve wood against fungal decay and insect attack. Osmose is a trusted name in wood preservative and supplies preservative products to a worldwide market. A decorative dye is added to the preservative process to ensure every piece of timber is coloured and preserved in one operation. This colour will fade over time to a honey brown colour.
Stains and water repellents may be applied immediately if required, providing you follow the manufacturer's instructions. If Osmose treated timber is cut, notched or drilled it is recommended that an approved cut end treatment be applied. Failure to do so may reduce the effectiveness of the treatment.