Store firewood. Stringing wood. Knowlton
Storing ropes indoors or outdoors?
You already have healthy, dry wood in your possession. You are now ready to spend the winter in warmth and comfort. It is now your responsibility to take the appropriate measures to keep your wood in good condition until you use it. Year after year, we have often seen wood stored so poorly that the combustion efficiency was no longer there. The purpose of this page is to provide you with some helpful tips.
First of all, you can ask yourself questions about the best place to store your wood. The options: outdoors or indoors. There are two things you need to know and consider before making your decision.
First, it is essential to contact your city or municipality to ensure that you are aware of the regulations in this area.
Although many people are unaware of it, it is common for there to be regulatory limits on the amount of wood you can keep in your home. The purpose of such a by-law is to reduce the risk of fire and to make it easier for firefighters to respond in the event of an unfortunate incident.
As long as you know how much wood you can store in a room, you can estimate how many ropes you can order. If this is not your first experience with interior storage, you are certainly aware of how much space is occupied by the quantities you usually order. The wood cords we sell measure 48'' high x 96'' long x 15'' deep. At your request, we can produce 12'' and 14''.