I have a good friend that is putting in a wood stove for the first time, and will be getting their first delivery of wood this weekend. The most convenient and relatively easy to store place to put the wood is in the basement. But we are worried about wood boring insects. The basement is not heated and the daytime temps in our area are now in the 50s with nights in the 40s. Termites are unheard of around here, but carpenter ants have been known to eat the sill plate under your house. Are we worrying needlessly, should we do something to mitigate any critters that might wake up once the wood is inside (traps, spray along sill, etc.), or should we just play it safe and store a distance away from any structure? The last option isn't much fun with all the snow and cold we get. Thanks in advance.