After you take the time to prepare and cut your firewood for the cold months of winter, you’ll need to store it properly to keep it dry. Stacking firewood on the ground next to a shed or garage is a common approach to storing firewood all winter, but moisture, termites, and other insects can easily damage the wood, spoiling your hard work and reducing the amount of usable firewood you have. The best solution is to use an Outdoor Firewood Rack. These sturdy racks keep firewood raised off of the ground, away from moisture and insects. Plus, raised outdoor firewood racks help firewood dry for easier and safer burning. A variety of sizes are available to meet each home owner’s individual firewood needs.