Log Store


Price includes FREE UK delivery and you can also choose to pay extra for professional assembly. Delivery lead time is approx. 4-6 weeks.

  • Log Store
  • Log Store
  • Log Store
£357.36 (inc VAT)
£297.80 (ex VAT)

Only available for Home Delivery

Only available for Collection


AVS Garden Storage solutions are manufactured by Albany Sheds, a UK-based company who have been creating quality, long-lasting garden buildings and outdoor storage since 1984.

This Log Store measures 1200 x 760 x 1400mm and has a fully open front, 12mm thick tongue & grooved floor & felted roof with 15mm thick slatted sides and back. The whole product is factory treated to prevent timber decay and the 45 x 34mm sturdy framing, which has corner bracing, makes this unit ideal for free standing log storage.


  • Open fronted log store
  • Heavy duty slats
  • Tongue & groove floor and roof
  • Open front is on low side, with the roof sloping up to the back


CodeSize (approx)Dimensions FW x D x H
426 4 x 2.6 feet 1.2 x 0.76 x 1.4m

Size FW x D x H:
 The Front Width (the open side) x Depth (the sloping ends) x Height (to the top of the roof) in metres.


Cladding and framing make up the panels from which this building is constructed. In general, the thicker the cladding and framing, the stronger the shed will be and the longer it will last. The side panels on this building are made from sustainably sourced 15mm thick slats and 45mm x 34mm thick framing. Please note this is the finished size after machining (some companies quote the size before machining).

Building Sizes
All sizes are approximate, based on external measurements (unless stated otherwise) - they do not include roof overhang. Please allow for any overhangs when choosing the size of your building, bearing in mind space required for installation and maintenance. We advise you check internal sizes if buying a building for a specific purpose, or any other sizes if critical. Planning permission can be required on some buildings depending on size and location, please check with your local council if unsure.

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