storage. Friday , March 17th , 2017 - 16:36:42 PM
Having a convenient arrangement always makes the job of storing wood easier for you, as the firewood needs to be kept dry and moisture free. Unless you live in a place where it snows or rains day and night, you can build a firewood storage outdoors, as the wood can dry off easily when subjected to direct sunlight for a few hours of the day.
Sketch a plan where all the requirements are included, with enough room for airflow through the crevices of the logs. You can include racks and shelves so that wood can be pulled out easily without any hindrance.
You can then start building, by first adding a landscape fabric to prevent the shed from unwanted weed growth or varmints. It will also keep the base of the shed dry and free from decay. Create a foot area, then four corners for support, and secure them deep into the ground, and then the roof.
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