When should you buy firewood?
Buying firewood each year isn’t a simple and straightforward task. One needs to consider how much will be required to heat up the household during the upcoming season and which type of firewood logs are suitable for your needs. Fall is the best time to decide on renewing your log supply.
Benefits of using firewood
How to store firewood logs
Once you’ve purchased all the firewood, you need to ensure that it’s properly stored. A well-designed log rack keeps the timber above the floor and helps keep rodents and insects out of making themselves at home in your wood stack. Although we do not recommend storing your firewood outside, it is good to keep it out for a while, during chilly days so the wind could dry the logs.
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