Firewood

Why Cordwood?

     Firewood is usually sold by the full cord, face cord, or bag. A full cord or bush cord has a volume of 128 cubic feet (3.6 m3) including wood, bark, and air space in a neatly stacked pile. The standard firewood piece length is 16 inches.

     Today, burning of wood is the largest use of energy derived from a solid fuel biomass. Wood fuel can be used for cooking and heating.

  • Seasoned Firewood
  • Natural Wood-Brick
  • Firelogs
  • Fire Pits & Wood Racks
Why Wood-Brick?

     Wood-Bricks give you the same cozy heat and cheerful ambiance from your wood stove - with a green bonus!

     Made of kiln-dried, super-condensed wood chips and saw dust, bricks can be burned by themselves or with cordwood to produce clean-burning, long-lasting heat - at a better price than cordwood.