The more and more I think of building a coal bin in my garage the more I find that it will be a pain in the butt where it will be located.
I can get four very large cardboard gaylord boxes at work and of course gaylord bags that fit into the boxes and probably easily get a ton of coal in each, mind you I would have to get a floor pallet jack to switch the four boxes around, but I think it might work out better since I just added a garage door to my shed which is in front of my garage so I will have no problem having access to them.
Any pros or cons of this method? I think the only negative aspect is when I get to the bottom of each one, but then I figure I could cut a hold in the cardboard for easy access. Since the gaylords are just meant to be a temp. item.
Plus the more and more I read the coal bins post I think an outside coal bin is the way to go anyway. But I already have a lot on my plate to even considering building that this year. Maybe in the spring...