Our log stores are made from heavy duty timber. The timber is pressure treated tanilised timber, ensuring the log store will withstand the weather and be strong enough to hold heavy quantities of firewood.
The log stores are sold fully erected and ready to use.
Free local delivery within 10 mile radius of Dunkeswell EX14 4LA, mileage charges apply after 20 mile total of 50p per additional mile.
Our standard log stores are designed to take the following:-
One cubic metre loose fill logs – H1.4 x D.80 x W1.0m – £175 (inc vat @ 20%)
with kindling shelf – H1.4 x D0.80 x W1.0m – £195 (inc vat @ 20%)
Two cubic metre loose fill logs – H1.4 x D0.80 x W1.8m – £215 (inc vat @ 20%)
with kindling shelf – H1.4 x D.80 x W1.8m – £245 (inc vat @ 20%)
Three and four cubic metre log stores also available.
Bespoke log stores
Custom built to you requirements and made to measure, including the option of having other designs are available, and we will be happy to offer you a free no obligation quote for this service. We would ask for a 10% deposit for your store, should you decide to order a custom built bespoke item.
Our log store guarantee
If for any reason you are unhappy with your log store we would in the first instance ask that you contact us so that we can try to resolve any issues. Our log stores are covered by our full returns policy and this in no way affects your automatic comsumer rights.
Cooper Cronk field goal lifts Queensland in State of Origin I
Queensland’s veterans are in the box seat to have the last laugh on NSW’s “Dad’s Army” jokes after nabbing a dramatic 11 10 victory in the State of Origin opener at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Cooper Cronk broke Blues hearts on Wednesday night when he kicked a 74th minute field goal after Johnathan Thurston missed a 70th minute penalty.
NSW fullback Josh Dugan had a chance to lock up the scores but his field goal effort in the 78th minute missed to the horror of the Blues faithful in the 80,122 strong crowd.
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Maroons coach Mal Meninga won’t be tempted to shelve his trusty loyalty card in game two in Melbourne on June 17 after his band of veterans again proved too good.
The Maroons boasted a side that had played over 160 more games, lining up against a beefed up NSW that looked to make up in sheer size what they lacked in experience.
Blues coach Laurie Daley finally discovered a winning formula when NSW finally snapped Queensland’s cheap jerseys outlet record eight straight series run last year yet he still tinkered with it.
For the majority of the match his gamble appeared to come off.
His most contentious pick Sydney Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce at pivot complemented the ever reliable Trent Hodkinson.
Dugan did his best Jarryd Hayne impersonation at fullback for NSW.
And the Blues’ monster pack including an all forwards bench appeared to break Queensland down in the first half.
Desperate to show last year’s series win was no fluke, the Blues made a dream start to their title defence by grabbing a wholesale nba jerseys 10 6 halftime lead after centre Josh Morris capped a remarkable 60m try.
Queensland missed a chance to at least level the scores when an errant Greg Inglis pass went into touch rather than find a flying Darius Boyd in wholesale jerseys shop the 45th minute.
However, winger Will Chambers ran off Billy Slater to lock up the scores in the 55th minute before both sides traded field goal attempts.
Queensland captain Cameron Smith equalled Allan Langer (34 games) as the second most capped player in Origin history.
And Maroons pivot Johnathan Thurston played a record 31st consecutive Origin match.
Queensland wholesale jerseys 11 (W Chambers C Cronk tries J Thurston goal C Cronk field goal) New South Wales 10 (J Morris B Scott tries T Hodkinson goal) at ANZ Stadium. Referee: Gerard Sutton, Ben Cummins. Crowd: 80,122Articles Connexes：