Hey guys, I've decided to stack some dry wood in my cellar this year. This will keep me from going out in the snow come winter time and would make my life a lot easier. We didn't get too much snow last winter up here in Maine but the year before we might as well lived in an igloo. Just never know what we'll get so I'm trying to plan ahead. So, any tips for stacking in the cellar? Does anyone else do this? I'd like to keep the bug population down and here's what I'm currently doing - as this is the first year I've done this sort of thing. I try to clean off each piece that I bring into the house beforehand. I smack a few pieces together and brush them off quickly with my gloves. Not a big deal really, I just do a quick once over for any ginormous spiders or other nasties. I also spray some Orange Guard around the stack in the cellar to keep the bugs in check I also store the wood off of the floor on some pressure treated boards. That's about it. Note: I also have a dehumidifier going.