Types of Wood, Prices & Sizes
WE HAVE LIMITED SUPPLIES OF DRY OAK. THERE IS A SHORTAGE DUE TO THE FACT THAT THE PAPER AND LUMBER INDUSTRIES ARE BUYING ALL THE AVAILABLE TIMBER. UNFORTUNATELY WE,THE FIREWOOD INDUSTRY ARE THIRD ON THE LIST.
Kindling $9 Per Box (approx. 2.0 cu.ft.)
Stacking Prices: Face Cord $45 Half Cord
$60 Full Cord $100
Black Locust - A very hot burning wood. A lot of flame, easy to start and burns with a reddish blue flame.
Cherry Firewood - Is our recommended favorite. Easy to start, burns with a blue flame and has a great fragrance. It doesn't burn as long as oak but it's close.
Birch Firewood - Is the easiest firewood to burn. Produces a lot of Flame and has an unusual scent. Gives off a lot of heat but burns fast.
White Ash Firewood - Is the cleanest burning firewood. It is easy to start, burns hot with a lot of flame. Ash is good to burn in a difficult fireplace.
Hickory Firewood - Is the hottest of all the firewoods. Low hot flame, great for cooking, check out the links from our web site for cooking with wood.
Maple Firewood - Is another firewood that's great for cooking. It's also good for the fireplace, long burn time, but you need kindling for starting.
Mixed Hardwood / Ugly Camp firewood - Consists of irregular splits and lengths (some pieces are 20 to 24 in. long ) of mixed hardwoods, the hardwood mix can be anything from Oak, Ash, Maple, Cherry, Elm, Box Elder to any wood that is classified as a hardwood. This is wood that comes from our tree removal service.
U.S.D.A Certified Kiln Dried Oak Mix Firewood - Can be transported anywhere (Certificate Provided). We recommend this wood for the campers and the people that are traveling out of the area. The wood is sterilized and emerald ash borer free.
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Firewood for Heating - Our recommendations are the short ends, oak mix, hickory, black locust and the white oak with the short ends being the most cost effective.
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