Log storage is essential for those who use firewood to heat their homes or enjoy a cozy fire during colder months in Ireland. Proper storage can help keep the firewood dry and ready for use, while also reducing the risk of pests and rot. In Ireland, there are many different types of log storage options available, from simple racks to covered sheds. When selecting a log storage solution, consider the amount of firewood you need to store, the location of your storage area, and the materials used to make the storage solution. With proper storage, you can ensure that your firewood is ready for use when you need it.
Available in x2 Sizes
Starting at €259
The firewood storage is an excellent choice for keeping your timber dry. It comes with a 10 year rust warranty.
Timber Storage Box
180cm (W) x 52cm (D) x 110cm (H)
Starting at €259
The timber storage box can be mounted vertically or horizontally. It has a 10 year rust warranty and is maintenance free.
Thick Timber Storage Box
180cm (W) x 50cm (D) x 110cm (H)
Starting at €419
It is the same dimensions as the timber storage box but much thicker metal with extra braces for a more robust design.
Wood Storage Box
119cm (W) x 80cm (D) x 80cm (H)
Starting at €379
Wood for storing wood! Beautiful and rustic looking. This unit comes with free installation anywhere in Ireland!
Available in x2 Sizes
Starting at €789
Premium quality materials from Biohort. Available in a range of colours with optional extras. Perfect combination of fashion & function.
Our log storage range is the largest in Ireland. We have x7 sizes in total with all different types of materials for you to choose from.
You may be the type that loves wood only so we have that. Or you may be the type that likes maintenance free.. for this we have a selection of metal log storage that offer a minimum of 10 year warranty up to a maximum of 20 year warranty!
No matter your budget, we have the log storage for you. We build some ourself but also import only the best.
Starting from €259 we can tailor to your budget. There are also different add ons to the products. So you can customise it to your liking!
We have a huge range of features that comes with our log storage units. We offer doors on some of our products so if you are in a very exposed area with a lot of “horizontal” rain soaking your timber, we got you covered! (Literally)
We also offer a range of colours on some of our products so can get your log storage to match your garden!
Why trust us?
We are an Irish owned company based in Cork, Ireland. We offer a large variety of outdoor storage designs with a range of material options. We are the only company to offer metal, wood and composite outdoor storage for sale in Ireland.
We are an award winning company where we won runner up place in the regional finals in ‘Irelands Best Young Entrepreneurs’ (IBYE 2019).
We are a team made up of mechanical engineers, material experts and trades people. Your in safe hands.
Frequently Asked Questions
Large logs should be stored outside in a shelter. The larger the log, the longer they need to dry out. SO it is super important that it has months to properly dry out whilst being covered and sheltered from the rain.
The best way to store wood outside is using a shelter. If the wood is not covered, it will get wet and this will result in very poor quality fires and a lot of kindling to get anything going.
Yes! Logs can be stored in a shed and is a great solution. However, the problem is the logs take up a lot of space. The best solution is to get a log storage unit outside your shed that can dry out the timber and give the space back to your shed.
You can store logs for up to 3 to 4 years without the timber going bad. Make sure the logs are stored appropriately under a shelter and not exposed to the elements or the logs will not last very long.
Yes! You can dry logs in a garage. It is in fact one of the best place to store logs. However, the negative is the amount of space logs take up. An excellent alternative is getting specific log storage as they have super quick access and keep your garage space free!
It depends what you mean covered.. The best way to store timber is in a log storage unit. This keeps the timber dry but allows enough air to circulate. You should not cover the firewood with a tarp as it can be very damp and does not allow the firewood to dry out.
The best way to store firewood is in a firewood storage unit. The reason being is it shelters the firewood from the elements such as rain, wind & snow. This allows the firewood to be kept very dry which results in a roaring fire in your fireplace or stove!
We guarantee to deliver your log storage with the least amount of fuss. Our self build instructions are the best as they are visual.
If you are not absolutely delighted with the service provided, We insist that you tell us and we will refund your money back immediately!
You've got logs. We've got the log storage.
Ok so you have your logs/ firewood/timber/wood, whatever you want to call it! However, it is either taking up too much space in your shed or garage OR the logs are just being left outside.
You are obviously on this page for a reason so I don’t think I need to explain to you why leaving logs exposed to the elements is a good idea… but just incase you didn’t.. the timber will get damp. This results in the wood not catching when you throw it in the fire.
Log storage does a number of things. It keeps you wood dry so it can dry out fully which will result in roaring fires. Log storage gives you back space that was been taken up in your shed or garage.. or god forbid your home! And lastly, it makes your home & garden look super organised with the firewood neatly stacked away!
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