Start the wood-burning season off right! Old timers here in Vermont say “get your wood stacked by Labor Day”. The best way to cure firewood is to keep it dry and allow the air to pass through it. The Wood Bin design does just that, it is attractive and practical firewood storage.
A cord of firewood measures 4x4x8 or 128 cubic feet. The cottage is designed to hold a cord plus of wood. A partition sanctions off two feet of the floor space for kindling and a few hand tools. The separate compartment and wood storage area has a heavy 2x6 floor frame and is sheathed with 1" rough sawn barn board. The salt box roof will shed the majority of the snow off the back and out of the way.
Hand made in Vermont, from native rough sawn hemlock and pine lumber, the woodbin is ready to be stacked full. Rugged post and beam techniques passed down through the centuries are being applied to create a sturdy dry wood storage shed. It is built the same way they have been for centuries with native Vermont Lumber.