Get Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions From Log Ski Rack
When Northern White Cedar loses moisture and dries, small cracks will appear in the exterior. These cracks called “checking” are natural and expected. As the logs dry out, they also shrink in size slightly. Checking will not affect the log and does not crack through to the other side. Structurally, checking is not a concern.
For free-standing ski racks, the feet should not be in direct contact with the ground. Instead, place them on a landscaping block or other product. Use a stain or other outdoor finish to preserve the wood. For other ski racks, inspect often for moisture and wear.
Tight joints keep water and moisture out of your rack. You can use a rubber hammer to gently hammer the joints in to protect the wood. Otherwise, lightly sand the tenons if you can’t get it into the joint.
Everything! Width, height, length and more can be customized to fit your needs. Send us a sketch and we’ll deliver.
We recommend it. You can bolt your rack to any wood surface with wood screws. We offer kits in our online store for easy purchasing as well.
Yes. Give us a call to order at 715-543-2006.
No. The ski rack will ship unassembled and in a box by UPS ground. They come with everything you need including glue, torxbits and fasteners for assembly.
Absolutely. Our ski racks can store snowboards, longboards andskateboards. Plus, we can custom make your rack to fit your unique dimensions.
Yes. All our ski racks are built for indoor and outdoor use. If anything, the box it ships in could get wet because of the elements.
Discover Your Storage Solution With Log Ski Rack
We’re here to give you a beautiful storage solution that fits your lifestyle, aesthetic and storage needs. To discover how we can create a custom design for you, give us a call today at 715-543-2006 or reach out to us online. Customer service is our top priority and we will always reply to your inquiries. To purchase today, visit our online store to see all of our available products.