The space-saving shape of our Oval Wood Rack allows you to stockpile several days' worth of wood in a small area. Tubular steel frame has a weather-resistant black powdercoat finish and stainless steel hardware that lasts for years.
Use the Large Rack on your porch or patio. Rack comes with a tray to collect wood chips and dust. Assembly required.
Our vinyl wood rack cover is puncture, tear, UV and mildew resistant.
Oval shaped wood rack Bottom section is perfect for handy fatwood storage Comes with tidy tray to keep dirt and wood chips contained Tubular steel with a powder-coat finish for use indoors and out
Comments about Product: Loved the wood rack once we got the hardware to assemble.
solid wood rack
Comments about Product: We bought this to keep a generous stack of wood in the family room next to the wood stove. It looks sharp empty, so I'm sure once we load it up, it will look even better. It's not quite square when on its legs, so it does have a little wobble, but we can put something under one of it's corners to level it off. When loaded, it won't be moving at all.
Comments about Product: I was able to put this item together in about 20 minutes and appreciated the two wrenches included. I was impressed with the strength of the material used and amazed with the wood storage capacity. I especially liked how little space it consumed next to my hearth area. This unit seems so sturdy, I suspect it might be the last wood storage unit I need to ever purchase:)
By Reno Mom
We love it!
Comments about Product: My husband and I received this firewood storage rack for Christmas and we couldn't be happier with it. It was easy for my husband to put together, it is sturdy and seems to be well made. Since we have a wood storage rack outside this one is kept indoors next to our fireplace. I especially like the tray to store kindling and to catch bits of pieces of wood.
By Doc In Heels
Be Realistic In Your Expectations
Comments about Product: This rack is fine if you are realistic about its uses. I keep it on the deck near the back door, under a covered awning to hold the wood I will be using that night. I have a barn and chicken coop for actually storing wood. The bark/chip pan is a total waste of time, as any rain that gets into will just sit there and cause rusting. It has no drainage holes at all. So, if you are looking for a light duty, stylish holder, this is for you. And no, the bottom holder area will NOT hold the fat wood. I use an indoor trug/dough bowl for that purpose.