All wood is fully seasoned 6 months to 1 year.
All our firewood is hard woods, such as oak, ash, hard maples, and hickory.
All our firewood is local and comes from trees that are removed in Northern New Jersey.
The best hard woods are split for firewood while everything else is ground down for mulch.
HOW MUCH IS A CORD?
One cord of firewood is approximately 500 - 600 pieces and measures 128 cubic feet which is 4'x4'x 8' when stacked. Depending on how many fires you have each year, a cord can last a long time.
DID YOU KNOW?
Heat energy from firewood is measured in BTUs (British Thermal Units). 1 BTU is the amount of energy needed to heat 1lb. Of water by 1 degree Fahrenheit. Properly seasoned hardwoods have a lower moisture content then fresh split wood. Properly seasoned firewood has an average of about 7,700 BTUs per pound, while fresh split firewood has only about 5,000 BTUs per pound.
So make sure you are ordering your firewood from a reputable company that has enough room to store their firewood and have it properly seasoned. Just look at the picture below, it's proof that we have more then enough room to store our wood. That is over 1,000 cords in that picture!