DIY Build Consideration of Wooden Storage Boxes

Mar 29th

Wooden Storage Boxes – If you use a lot of firewood, you need a good and sturdy wooden storage box to keep it accessible and close at hand. Having a picture like this allows you to keep the wood inside your garage or basement, so you do not have to go outside in the cold to fetch more firewood. The box will also serve as storage for toys, tools and large objects during the summer when additional storage is often needed.

Storage Boxes
Storage Boxes

When you put your plans for a sturdy wooden box, first consider the size and location of the second box. Find out how much wood you want to keep in the box and build the box accordingly. If you know you burn a complete wooden cord all year round and want to fill the box in one go, make it big enough to hold a whole rope. It is wide, 4 feet by 4 feet high and 8 feet long. If space is a problem, build the box as large as possible given the amount of space you have for storage. Fewer times you have to fill in the box, the better.

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Also, consider the shape of the box. The most effective design is one that allows easy access to the interior wood. Lifting the box a few feet off the ground will alleviate the need to fold out the wooden elevator. An access door in the front of the wooden box will make the interior wood more accessible.