A cord of firewood measures 4x4x8 or 128 cubic feet. Designed to hold four cords of wood, our most popular size is the 6×14. This is a traditional post and beam wood shed with 84 square feet of floor space. The salt box roof will shed the majority of the snow off the back and out of the way.View Specification Sheet (6×14)
A cord of firewood measures 4x4x8 or 128 cubic feet. This small four foot deep Saltbox woodshed is designed to hold one plus cord of cut, split and stacked firewood. A handy partition reserves two feet of the floor space for kindling and a few hand tools.
A combined cordwood and equipment storage shed, the weekender 4 X 10 shed design can hold one cord of firewood and an enclosed partitioned area has enough storage space for a large lawn mower and yard tools.View Specification Sheet (4×10)
Do you remember walking uphill to school in a snowstorm, both ways? Well kids these days may have it a bit easier, but waiting for the bus in the rain, wind and cold can be very unnerving for a parent. Put your worries to rest knowing that the children will be huddled in this bus stop shelter. Easily customizable by adding a bench, window, door, or by expanding to a bigger size.
The Vermont Gem is a dual purpose Firewood storage shed that was designed to hold two stacked cords of split firewood on one side, and keep recyclables and garbage cans contained and out of the reach of animals on the other. The enclosed 36 square foot storage space has large double doors and the included ramp provide easy access. Like most of our storage solutions, this particular shed can be customized to your specifications.
Start the wood-burning season off right! Dry wood heats best. Old timers here in Vermont say “get your wood stacked by Labor Day.” The best way to cure firewood is to keep it dry and allow the air to pass through it. The Hearthstone design does just that, it is attractive and practical firewood storage.