Firewood

Our firewood is pine ends and leftovers. A cord of firewood is $100. You only pay for what you take. If you are unable to take a whole cord, we'll measure the length, height, and width and charge accordingly.

Isn't Pine Bad for Firewood?

It was originally thought that softwoods like pine create creosote, a dangerous buildup of soot in your chimney. However, all wood creates creosote. To reduce the amount of creosote in your firewood, it is best to season it. This is done by reducing the moisture in the wood or aging it six months or more. It will burn more efficiently and create less creosote. Wet wood, or green wood will smoulder and cause more smoke and more creosote.

What is Creosote?

Creosote is highly flammable and can lead to house fires if not taken care of. Warning signs include dark, smelly smoke, smoke filling the house, or soot on the furniture. It is recommended to clean your chimney at least once a year or more if it sees heavy use.