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Couple of tips on how and where to store fire wood outside the home. Never stack against the house and always keep it off the ground. This will help keep critters and insects from invading your home and help keep the wood dry. Putting a tarp on the ground will help or stacking the wood on stickers, concrete or asphalt or even clean gravel, just about anything is better than soil.
Many people think that covering firewood is the most important part to having dry firewood...
Do not cover the whole pile of wood in a way that eliminates almost all air circulation. The better way is to cover firewood on the top of the pile and leave the sides open. This allows moisture to escape while keeping the majority of the wood dry
When storing firewood outdoors, we are not dealing with rocket science. The main thing is to keep the wood off of the soil.