How I Stack My Firewood and Why I Do it This Approach

by    SEO   Monday, April 13th, 2015

How to stack nice clean looking wood piles that help dry your firewood quickly. I share with you what works well with for me as well as some tips and tricks.

– Place your firewood Stack in a location that lots of wind and sun

– Get the firewood up and off the ground (using pallets, logs or some other item to raise it a few inches up)

– Classic stacking style with cross stacking on the ends drys the wood quicker, is easier to stack, and is very flexible for adding on to your rows.

– Holz hausen hide odd size splits and the uglies well.

– No need to Tarp the firewood until late fall

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