As old as the farm, a product true to size, quality and volume. Our processing machine along with our well organized firewood yard allow us to ensure each piece is cut and split to specific standards. Furthermore, the wood is required to then sit well over nine months and bake in the sun removing as much moisture as possible. A blend of local hard woods including but not limited to Hickory, Maple, Oak, Ash, Birch makes the best firewood. The length of our firewood is 16″-18″ long, some can be 20″ however rare. We have a minimum of a 1/2 cord for pickup or delivery and a maximum of 2 1/2 cords for delivery.
The firewood is not kiln dried. The wood sits outside uncovered for the seasoning process. If there is rain/snow in the forecast prior to your delivery date then the wood may be surface wet. We would then recommend to bring a few pieces in at a time.
We do not offer stacking of the firewood.
Make sure your firewood is stacked off the ground in a well ventilated dry area, not tight together.
Burning Tips: When starting a fire begin with paper, kindling and smaller pieces of wood which typically burn faster and hotter. Once a strong fire is established move on to some of the larger pieces of wood. These will burn slower and longer providing that extended warmth you are looking for. Some well sealed houses require a cracked window to allow a draft to form in the fireplace.