Tired of Going Out in the Snow to Collect Logs?


Here's another tip I thought you would enjoy. Are you tired of having to go out in the rain and/or snow to collect more logs for your fireplace? One client had the same issue and here's our solution ~ Build a woodshed for the logs attached to the house (approx. 6' x 5'– 2 logs deep). The shed can be accessed from the outside as well as from the interior of your home. In the fall you can load up the shed with logs.When you're ready to start your fire, all you have to do is open your insulated swinging door and collect the logs.
Insulated wood shed for logs - Titus Built, LLC
Side view of insulated wood shed for logs - Titus Built, LLC

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