Before you start
Make sure you place the wood store on a lavel surface suitable to support the weight. Distortion may occur if the store is not placed on a stable surface.
Take the bag of screws and seperate them into individual sizes. you should have the following
You should also have the following parts
Tools you will need
- Battery type screw driver with clutch and pozi drive tip
- Tape measure
- Step ladder
- A willing assistant (to help you lift the log store)
You should consider adjusting your screwdrivers' slip clutch to prevent overpenetration of screwheads. This can cause the wood to splinter.
Lay part B (base) on its long edge with legs pointing away from the proposed wood shed construction. Lay part A (side panels) on the ground either side of part B (base) with their longest edge on the ground and the hinges closing inwards.
Line up the top of the case to the top of the lowest cross member.
Screw four 90mm screws into either side as shown below.
To fit the lintel (part D) straighten the two sides and place the lintel at the top of the structure so that it rests on the top of the highest cross member. Secure with 2 80mm screws.
Life the part constructed assembly onto its feet, ensure it is level and insert the lower Part C (back panel). Secure with 45mm screws as shown. Repeat for the upper section.
Then fit 2 metal brace plates to the centre and base on the rear panels. Use 4 20mm screws for each brace plate
The facia palters are in four pieces (parts E x 2 and G x 2). Parts G are the longer parts and have an angle at one end, these should be fitted first with the angle in line with the roof (facing forwards with 5 45mm screws.
Fit screws X and Y first on each side then straighten the sides before fitting screw Z. Then fit remaining screws and facia panel E.
Part E is fitted with 2 45mm screws and 1 60mm screw.
The 60mm screws should be fitted into the log store support feet.
Fit the 2 metal brace plates (part I) to the inside front facia uprights using 4 20mm screws for each plate. These plates join Part E and Part G together.
A) Line roof panels with rear edge and side of log store.
B) Place part L x2 Rear Roof trim leaving a 70mm gap in the center.
C) Fit left and right T sections (part H) and roof cover strip (part F).
D) Fit 4 60mm screws up through the lintel D into the roof section
Once you're finished...
Construction is now finished. Make sure your log store is positioned on a level area which can support the wood store (and all the stored logs). If the store is placed in an unstable location distortion can occur.
Your wood store has been coated with a preservative to protect it from the elements. To extend the wood store's life inspect the coating yearly and if necessary apply any common wood preservative.
Do not allow children or animals to play in or near the log store, falling logs are heavy and can cause injury.