Storing wooden logs for winter fuel has become an important part of preparation for winter and storing them in a purpose made log store is the ideal solution.
When selecting the right log store, it is best to consider the size of logs that you will be storing. For example, if you have dried seasoned logs, then you may want to split them using a log splitter and store them in a smaller unit nearer the house for convenience. You can even have a store with sections for kindling or smaller firewood. These stores are always flat backed and have a single pent roof for drainage, as keeping the timber well aired and dry is the key to success. They will arrive flat packed, however assembly is minimal.
If its green firewood you are wanting to store, you often need a larger store and pile the logs up in a sequence, as they will be there for around a year. You will add the new logs and remove the seasoned logs to a different area. If stacked correctly, it is amazing just how many logs can be stored in a small space. The perfect example of a large store is the superior treated redwood heavy duty triple log store, as the three sections allow for wet and dry timbers stored in one area.