Using wood can save money on heating, especially if you cut your own. However, wood must be stored properly or moisture, rain and clay will cause it to rot or be too moist to burn. In the worst case, the wood will rot to the degree of decay. Firewood storage will keep your wood dry and flammable. It will work in almost every location as long as it stays firmly in place.
12 Photos Gallery of: Directions On Building Firewood Storage
Place the pallets on the side of your house, shed, on the porch or under an overhang. Sort the wood; separate the logs from igniting some logs or branches thinner than your fore arm. Stack the logs 3 meters high evenly over the pallets. Make one layer at a time.
Stack the logs 1-foot higher on two of the pallets. Place the ignition wood on the third pallet. When it’s time to build your fire, it becomes easier to collect both the ignition and the logs. Hang the tarp over the wood. Cover the top completely but leave the sides loose. Secure the rope through the loopholes and tie it to the pallet. Leaving the pages loosely allows the air to continue to circulate underneath and cure the wood.