Enclume Hearth Compact Curved Firewood Rack & Tools
Last updated date: December 23, 2020
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This curved firewood rack is 12.5 inches by 15 inches by 24.5 inches, and it is crafted from hammered steel. It can hold several logs, and it also has a fire poker, scoop and broom. This company’s fireplace accessories are made in Puget Sound, Washington by expert blacksmiths.
In our analysis of 18 expert reviews, the Enclume Hearth Enclume Hearth Compact Curved Firewood Rack & Tools placed 1st when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Two level wood rack by Enclume integrates a host of sharp lines into its vertical storage design with rolled ends. This log rack solves your hearth storage needs with ample space for both logs, newspaper and kindling; also holds a fireplace broom, scoop and fire poker. Wood racks for firewood by Enclume are home furniture; log rack measures 12.5 inches long by 15 inches wide by 24.5 inches high. Sturdy firewood carrier weighs 23 pounds; commercial quality designed tough for your firewood storage needs. Enclume fireplace accessories are expertly handcrafted by blacksmiths in Puget Sound, Washington, USA; hammered steel finish looks good in any home hearth.
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An Overview On Firewood Racks
There’s nothing that warms like a roaring fire, and to keep it going plenty of wood is needed. Buying wood is easy, but it needs to be stored and cared for properly in order to maintain its utility. The best starting point is a quality firewood rack, which can be designed for indoor use, outdoor use or both.
You first need to decide where you will keep the rack and purchase one that is the correct size for both your space and the amount of wood you’ll need. Typically, product descriptions include the dimensions of a wood rack, which you can compare to your available space. Also consider how much wood you will be storing. Most racks can hold half a cord; you may require a large one or more than one rack.
For indoor firewood racks, choose one that works well with your décor. Outside racks can go near the firepit, in the corner of a deck or on either side of your front door. You can purchase racks with covers to protect your wood from moisture. Also check to see how much it weighs, as you may need someone to help you carry it around.
A quality firewood rack will have good airflow, which draws moisture out of the logs and allows it to slowly evaporate. In time, the wood will get dry and seasoned, which makes for better fires. Experts do not recommend wood or plastic racks, since they do allow for air circulation and are not waterproof.
The Firewood Rack Buying Guide
- Check to see if the firewood rack sits up off the ground. If it is too close to the ground, the wood can get wet, especially if it rains or snows.
- Insect infestation is another possibility if the rack is on the ground.
- Firewood rack covers are usually sold separately but are necessary if the wood is being stored outside.
- Solid metal racks that are treated to prevent rust usually work best. They are also stronger than many other racks and are also waterproof.
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