Log store build

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Re: Log store build

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Sounds fine.

Perhaps you could knock up say 3 A frames in the workshop.
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Re: Log store build

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Put a roof on the log store now - just felted until I figure out what tiles I'm going to use. Quite like the felted roof actually - looks like a mini version of my shed now, lol. Been fun to nmake this one :-)
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Re: Log store build

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Nice one! I quite like that!
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Re: Log store build

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:thumbright: good job
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Re: Log store build

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I'd leave it just as it is. Tiling it will only complicate things, especially if you ever decided to move it for a change of use to a seating area, which is something that it would lend itself to quite nicely. :thumbright:

Just put a cover strip/fillet over the front edge of the felt, and the jobs done.
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Re: Log store build

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Thanks for the positive comments guys. Think you're right, tiling seems over kill and extremely complicated for little added benefit. For the cover strip/fillets, are they purely cosmetic or are they to protect the edge of the felt? The reason I ask is that it is pretty much full now, so I wont be able to get round the back of it to do the section there.
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