Daz - This wood store at the end of the workshop might be more sensible so the wood is protected from the prevailing wind and rain...

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Daz - This wood store at the end of the workshop might be more sensible so the wood is protected from the prevailing wind and rain...

This firewood rack is simply three empty wood pallets, joined by wood braces. We suggest using screws, not nails, but even scrap wood will work! Brace both sides of the rack. Great upcycling!

9 Super Easy DIY Outdoor Firewood Racks

This firewood rack is simply three empty wood pallets, joined by wood braces. We suggest using screws, not nails, but even scrap wood will work! Brace both sides of the rack. Great upcycling!

Old logs have creepy crawlies , damp and mold living in them.  Store them away from your living space

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Firewood Rack Using No Tools

How To Build A Log Store

How To Build A Log Store

Easy step by step guide on how to build a log store. With plans, measurements, costs and pictures.

Firewood stacking racks holds 1 cord per  row. Made with 3 cinder blocks , 4 8ft 2x4 and 2 8ft 1x3 (cut in half length wise for ends. Total cost per rack = $18.00

Firewood stacking racks holds 1 cord per row. Made with 3 cinder blocks , 4 8ft 2x4 and 2 8ft 1x3 (cut in half length wise for ends. Total cost per rack = $18.00

The beautiful art of wood stacking!  Got a pile of firewood or logs too big for a firewood holder? Then you've probably just got them stacked in one corner of your yard. But there's a lot more you can do with a heap of wood!  You can use that firewood to create several kinds of artwork to decorate your backyard.  So while your wood piles are out there to dry, why not bring your backyard to life by creating art?

The beautiful art of wood stacking! Got a pile of firewood or logs too big for a firewood holder? Then you've probably just got them stacked in one corner of your yard. But there's a lot more you can do with a heap of wood! You can use that firewood to create several kinds of artwork to decorate your backyard. So while your wood piles are out there to dry, why not bring your backyard to life by creating art?

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