Build a firewood shed to keep your firewood dry and prevent it rotting. If you have reclaimed materials to build it with you will save a lot of money while you build. Homesteaders rely heavily on wood burning for a number of things like cooking and heating. This means that they are often in need of a large supply of firewood in order to keep the fires burning. This tends to present a problem, especially when the cold rain and snow can make the firewood wet and harder to burn. This DIY project was designed specifically to address this concern.
This Do It Yourself project was posted and shared on Pure Living for Life. It was created for a couple of reasons, one of which was to come up with a way to use reclaimed material that they had lying around and the other was to have a place to organize and store firewood closer to where it was needed. The project was fairly easy to do, but it does require a bit of DIY skills; like the use of power tools.
Benefits of reading a following the Build a Firewood Shed Tutorial
Build your own protective enclosure to prevent your firewood from getting exposed to moisture.
The project comes with a complete list of all of the necessary materials, supplies and tools.
It also has a fully downloadable project with a step by step instruction guide to help build it..
You will also find a number of full color pictures that are designed to help depict some of construction.
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