I love firewood! It can be hardwood that I use in my fireplace inside my house or it can be softwood like pine and hemlock that I use in my outside fire pit.(Don't miss my youTube video below!)
Where I live, in the White Mountains of NH, prevalent hardwoods are maple, oak, beech, poplar, and birch. You can imagine how I would need a firewood log rack.
Whatever wood it is, I love it and collect any wood like a hoarder. I also love woodworking so it’s very difficult for me to throw away cutoffs from working wood in my shop!
So instead of having piles of wood in my yard I really like to have my wood organized and stacked accordingly. I also tend to separate wood that I use for smoking in my smoker from wood that I burn in my inside fireplace to wood that I burn in the outside fire pit.
Since I had a bunch of pine logs that I had split from a large tree that fell in my yard, I started looking into log racks on Amazon and found a highly-rated one called the Regal Flame 8 Foot Heavy Duty Log Rack.
It required some assembly which I am not afraid of since I have collected a pretty extensive arsenal of tools over the years and I really like to use them. Don’t be concerned though because it comes with a small wrench but I simply used my socket set to tighten the bolts. Also, it took me at most 20-30 minutes to assemble it so it's really a piece o' cake even for a novice with no experience assembling things!
Check out my youTube video of me Unboxing and Assembling the Regal Flame 8 Foot Heavy Duty Firewood Log Rack.
Here are some images of my Firewood Log Rack
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Features of the Regal Flame 8′ Log Rack
- Dimensions – 4 Ft High X 8 Ft Long X 13.5″ Wide
- Shipping Weight – 22.7 pounds
- Color – Black
- Material – Steel
- Great for storing wood for firepit or fireplace
- Easy to assemble
- Wrench included for assembly