This is a good looking woodshed designed and owned by our neighbor.
An estimated 50 percent of Maine homes use wood for supplemental heat and about 14 percent use it as their primary heating source, according to the latest Census data we’ve seen. This creates tradeoffs.
Firewood is an inexpensive, renewable resource, which is good. But, burning wood produces potentially harmful emissions, especially if burned in a fireplace or old stove that does not meet Environmental Protection Agency standards. That’s not good.
Nonetheless, we regretfully confess that, for us, one of the more satisfying things in this short life is being in front of a wood fire on a snowy day and rediscovering what “cozy” means. See second image. (Brooklin, Maine)