Can you recommend a good moisture meter for checking the moisture content in firewood?
Moisture meters are a quick, easy and accurate way to check the moisture content in firewood. They're easy to use and they're produced by several different manufactures so you have a lot of options to choose from.
Which moisture meter is the best? I use the General Tools MMD4E Digital Moisture Meter. This is the only one I have ever purchased or used so I guess my experience is somewhat limited. So far after several years of use it still works great.
I use mine primarily on firewood but I have used it a couple of times to check moisture in various other things like drywall. We had washing machine overflow causing a huge mess. I used it to check some nearby drywall for moisture and I thought it worked really well.
It has 2 modes which allows you to measure different materials like wood, concrete or other building materials.
I decided on this model after reading several good reviews on Amazon. I knew I needed a good "middle of the line" meter but I didn't want to spend a lot of money for something I don't use everyday.
Although the prices fluctuate, they average about $30 which I think is a pretty good deal.
After reading some of the reviews online I was a little concerned the pins might break off during use. So far I haven't had any issues but I'm pretty careful when I push them into the wood. The on/off button can be a little tricky at times but I wouldn't consider it an issue with mine.
For a good overall moisture meter that has all the necessary functions to measure firewood and other materials at a low and affordable price, I would definitely recommend the General Tools MMD4E Digital Moisture Meter.
Hope this helps,
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