Earlier in the year I had a wood burner (stove) installed. I bought a small quantity of kiln-dried wood, to get myself going. Because of the small quantity, I was able to store it indoors (in the garage). On the several occasions we have used the wood burner, the wood was great.
I am in the UK and we are getting to the time of year where the woodburner will once again come into use. I need to stock up on wood, most likely a larger amount than I bought last time, with a view to seeing me through the winter.
However, with that kind of quantity, it would need to be stored outside. I can get a Log Store, to protect the wood from direct contact with the elements, but ultimately still outside.
My question is basically whether it is worth getting kiln-dried wood again, or will the fact that it is being stored outside nullify the kiln-dried effect?
Does anyone have any experience of whether wood stored outside, in a Log Store, will stay dry?