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Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, firewood can be stored outside but firewood should be stacked on top of something like a wooden pallet for example you do not want it to sit directly on the ground. It should also be covered with a patio or a plastic tarp to stop rain. You want to keep it dry.

Yes, firewood is best stored in the garage due to it being out of the weather and not being rained on.

When firewood is very old and doesn’t have much weight then its probably to dry meaning that it will burn up very fast and smoke, when its to dry without much weight, which is referred to as being, (punkie) it will produce a lot of smoke. Not the best for burning indoor. 15% to 25% moisture content is ideal for burning.

Firewood can get wet but its not ideal to let it get wet for long periods of time. The more it gets wet over and over the quicker it will go punky and get soft and produce lots of smoke.

Avoid letting firewood get rained on, if you must store it outside then cover the top with a plastic tarp, but don’t cover the bottom so you allow it to breath.

I wouldn’t say it actually goes bad but it wont be as good as if it had at least 15% moisture. Firewood below 15% moisture will burn up fast and hot.

No, we do not. Sorry!

Firewood will hiss when it has high moisture content.

Firewood will sizzle when it has high moisture content.

Avoid getting it wet, but if you do. It is best to start your firewood with kindling. There is a wide variety of fire starter gadgets that work well also. I prefer fatwood, which are small, sticks of pine that is cut out of the center of the trunk that is highly flammable.

I wouldn’t say it actually goes bad but it wont be as good as if it had at least 15% moisture. Firewood below 15% moisture will burn up fast and hot.

Good quality firewood such as oak doesn’t pop. Cheap firewood also referred to as trash wood will more than likely pop.

It is best to stack your wood up off the ground to keep it from wicking up moisture and when its stacked it takes up less space and gets good air which is important for it to season properly.

Different types of firewood, season at different rates. Hardwood usually takes 10 to 14 months but up to two years depending on how dense the wood is. Hickory & pecan are best when seasoned for 2 years. Oak takes on average 1 year.

Firewood isn’t made. It comes from trees, which grow. Any firewood that is manufactured is fake. Its not real firewood if it was made. Firewood is processed from trees. Its cut in lengths then split.

That is a matter of opinion. What smells best to one person might not smell the best for another person. All depends on what they like but yet again I would say seasoned hardwoods

Get a good fire starter and get it going. You have to feed the fire.

Firewood ash is excellent for your garden. There are a wide Variety of rich nutrients in firewood ash. Your garden plants will love it.

Yes, due to the rising price of diesel and inflation the prices have been going up recently.

Firewood ash is excellent for your garden. There are a wide Variety of rich nutrients in firewood ash. Your garden plants will love it.

Firewood ash is excellent for your garden. There are a wide Variety of rich nutrients in firewood ash. Your garden plants will love it.

Yes, firewood that is aged too long can become too dry which results in the firewood putting off a lot of heat up it burns quicker.

Seasoned Hardwoods

Seasoned Hardwoods

Seasoned Hardwoods

Seasoned Hardwoods

Over seasoned wood with extremely low moisture.

Seasoned Hardwoods

Just depends on how often you use your fireplace but make sure that it is clean for safety reasons.

Yes, we can stack the firewood without a firewood rack however we highly recommend that you use a firewood rack because your firewood will last longer.

Firewood can bark if for normal fires in fireplace or outdoor fire. However if you're planning on cooking with the firewood you need to cook with firewood with no bark otherwise your meat will taste bitter. If you need firewood for cooking then let us know.

Firewood2You

We do tree removals and process the trees into firewood and age it for one year.

Because we can always plant more trees.

Firewood2You sells firewood all year-round.

Yes!