Plans/instructions for firewood pass-through?
I would like to be able to add a feature to my home for passing firewood from outside into the house through a box built into the wall. I recall seeing examples a few years ago but now that I would like one myself, I can't find any plans or info. I really need to learn from someone with experience rather than just jumping in and trying to get it right the first time -- this would require cutting at least one stud if an armload of firewood is going to be easily placed in the box.
What is needed is a box big enough to hold two or three armloads of firewood (probably lined with galvanized); a draft-tight door inside big enough to easily unload the firewood; and a weather-tight door outside big enough to be able to easily load an armload.
Feeding the firewood in end-wise one-at-a-time would not sufficiently better than carrying the firewood into the house to make it worth the cost and effort of construction, so I'm stuck on a box with interior dimensions of about 30-34" wide by perhaps 24" high and perhaps 20-24" deep.
As it happens, the house elevation is almost ideal for this objective so that does not pose any constraints.
Any comments will be appreciated, and thanks for reading.