My pallet firewood racks cost almost nothing, and keep my stacks dry
I haven't bought any lumber to build them, even the 4x4 beams along the center of each rack are Craigslist scrounges.
I swing by the steel roofing at the big box and look for the buckled, cracked and dented panels, then buy them at a discount.
they're also a great place to store my kayaks
I also use IBC tote tanks to cover my wood racks
A free fiberglass tonneau cover to make a shed for the splitter
The other nice thing is that each pallet works out to about a third of a cord, making it easy to see how much I have, and have burned.
Once my wood is stacked , it isn't touched again until it goes to the stove, I'm currently burning wood that seasoned one year this way, I don't bother doing a moisture check, I can see it is seasoned by how much the stack has shrunk , and how easy and hot it burns