29 May '17, 1am
A few tips and tricks for better wood stacking
The easiest and most simple method to stack your firewood is to put the end pieces in a criss-cross pattern. Much like building a log cabin, each row stacked perpendicular to the next row. It is however, important that you find similar sized pieces to retain stability. Once you have done this to the end of the stacks, you can fill the rest of the stack with the normal method of stacking. This method doesnt require additional materials and it is quick and easy to do. The second methods is to drive a couple of posts into the ground at the ends of the pile. This will allow your wood to rest against the posts and remain stable. Just make sure the posts are driven deep enough to support the weight. Also, you may want to put additional supporting posts in front, behind or on top of the posts to add some additional support. Don't forget ... The most important reason for stacking ...