Firewood is a very helpful way to heat your home during the winter. However, when it comes time to stack firewood, many people are not sure how they should go about doing so. This blog post will give you some tips on stacking firewood in an efficient manner that ensures the wood is dry and easy to light.
If you are looking for a product that is both environmentally friendly and easy to use, firewood may be the answer. However, before purchasing any type of firewood it is important to know the basics of cord, face cords, and ricks. This article will tell you everything you need to know about these measurements so that you can make an informed decision when buying wood at your local store or online.
Measuring firewood is a complicated task. It’s not just about the weight, but also the length and diameter of each piece. The three most common measurements are “face cord”, “cord” and “rick”. A face cord is an area that measures 8 feet by 4 feet and can hold up to 16 cubic feet of wood when it is stacked tightly in rows with all pieces touching. A cord is a stack measuring 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet high and can contain 128 cubic yards or 128/4=32 cubic feet per row (assuming pieces touch). Lastly, a rick measures 2x2x8 ft or one-half of a full cord.