A firewood shed is a perfect complimentary project to a recent fire pit makeover. The design is simple and effective, only taking about a day to complete. The supplies for this project will cost between 150 and 300 dollars, and opting to remove the deck boards can reduce costs even further. Assemble cut 2x4s with screws to make the base, adding additional boards if choosing to remove the decking. Add optional decking. Add the uprights, making sure that they are plumb with your base. Add the rafters, with some overhang, at a 25 degree angle. Add supports and blocking. Assemble the roof structure separately, then install it to the structure with screws.
- This firewood shed was built to be simple and effective.
- The decking is optional, but adds stability to the shed.
- The entire project takes about a day, and costs between $150 to $300.
“one of the projects on the list was a firewood shed to keep the firewood dry.”