An indoor/outdoor firewood rack. Stacks vertically. Includes four tools that hang from the rack. A compact , solid-steel design. Easy to assemble.
May be wobbly; doesn't hold much wood.
Twelve-foot log rack that is perfect for organizing wood. Solidly constructed and easy to assemble. Holds up to a 3/4 cord of wood.
Unstable if not placed on a flat, hard surface.
This more expensive rack is well built. Ideal for seasoning wood with its short cover. The quality makes it worth the price. Holds up to 1/3 cord of wood.
The cover can be difficult to fit properly when rack is full.
Weather-resistant coating and rack that extends from 2" to 12." Affordable choice for outdoor or indoor wood storage. Highly durable.
Less sturdy than competitors. Some consumers reported missing pieces and undrilled holes.
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Firewood racks are available as either indoor and outdoor configurations. Firewood racks nearly always consist of a metal frame. This ensures the unit will be sturdy enough to hold heavy firewood without collapsing. The design of the metal frame also gives you a bit of style. Some firewood racks contain ornate designs in the metal on the back or on the ends. Although most firewood racks are shaped like a rectangular box, you can find some that are round. This non-traditional shape looks nice for an indoor unit. Outdoor firewood racks should have a protective coating on the metal for corrosion and rust. Outdoor racks will be quite a bit larger than indoor racks. You’ll only be storing a little bit of wood at a time indoors. The majority of the storage will be outdoors.
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