DIY a low-cost firewood rack using scrap wood pallets

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For a simple, transportable firewood rack, you will need three pallets that are the same size, as well as some planks of scrap wood. If you don’t already have scrap wood lying around, you could saw planks off another pallet. Start by placing one pallet, which will be the bottom of your rack, on the ground. Now, stand your other two pallets across from each other on top of the first one. This will form a sort of U-shaped box. Drill your side pallets into the base, using as many screws as necessary for stability.

With your scrap wood, make supports for your firewood rack. This will help with the structural integrity as well as prevent the firewood from falling out. You could have two planks diagonally connecting a side piece and the bottom of each open side. Supports might also be added to connect the two side pallets at the top. If your rack seems wobbly, attach more planks horizontally across the open sides. This rack should be able to hold a fair amount of logs and be easily carried to your home from your chopping block by two people. With this incredibly simple pallet wood project even beginners can do, you’ll be able to save money while constructing a great firewood rack.

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