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Did you know, the best firewood to burn is properly stored and seasoned wood? If you’re looking for great firewood storage without the costs of building a firewood shed, consider using both an outdoor firewood rack and an indoor firewood rack to season your firewood.
In its simplest form, a firewood rack (also known as a “log rack” or “firewood holder”) is a basic framework, consisting of two vertical ends for support and a horizontal base, which can be made from a variety of materials. Indoor firewood racks are typically used to hold smaller amounts of seasoned wood ready for the wood stove or fireplace. Outdoor firewood racks are meant to hold larger amounts of wood during the drying process, and sometimes have covers or roofs to keep off rain and snow.
Firewood storage is a real concern for people who use a wood burning stove or a fireplace to heat their homes. There are plenty of firewood rack (“log rack”) options available for purchase. But building your own DIY firewood rack can be a cheap and easy solution with plenty of ideas and designs available for free: