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Before you start, you need a well-drawn plan of where you want to build the shed, the size, and the exact required dimensions.
You can consider one of the various options for storing firewood. For outdoor storage having a simple shed is the best idea. You can have a closed shed or one closed from three sides. Another idea is to have the storage racks placed in your rooms, next to the fireplace. You can choose from decorative racks or stacker that not only hold firewood but also add a designer element to your interiors. Another idea is to have the arrangement made around your fireplace mantel. You can have built-in storage in the wall besides the fireplace. If your fireplace is above ground level, you can make space to store firewood below the fireplace mantel. Believe me, firewood stored in this way looks extremely awesome and helps play up the decor in a unique way. Next, consider large wicker boxes or large wooden boxes to store firewood inside your home. While these can't hold the entire stock, you can simply bring some pieces and place it in your home in these boxes. This way you always have a stock handy for getting it from outdoor shed. Make sure you buy medium-sized firewood carts or carriers that are available in various shapes, sizes and materials.
After you have the measurements of the wood, find a location in a convenient area around the house. Construct it close to a door, window or next to your wood burning fireplace, for ease of transport. Remember that you have to find a place where there is enough sunshine, is clean, dry, and free from pests.
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