How Big Is a Rick of Wood?


A rick of wood is an amount of firewood stacked 4 foot by 8 foot and approximately 16 inches deep. A rick is about one third of a cord of firewood.
Q&A Related to "How Big Is a Rick of Wood"
Although wood is sold in many quantities, generally the only officially accepted measurement of quantity is the cord, according to the University of Tennessee Forest Products Extension
How big is a cord of wood? As the winter season approaches, it is time to look at buying firewood. If you are planning on storing a large amount, you will need to know how big a cord
A standard cord of wood consists of sticks or pieces 4 feet long
Half of 4 x 4 x 8 is not 2 x 2 x 2. It's 2 x 4 x 8.
1 Additional Answer
A rick, or rack of wood is 4 feet high by 8 feet wide, and is the length of the wood pieces deep, and only one row. The same applies to the term 'face' cord'.
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