Category: Firewood Facts

The Do's And Don'ts Of Firewood Transport

We all love a freshly cut, perfectly stacked pile of firewood. For those that split it, it's the sign of hard work - a job well done. And for those looking to buy it, it means a warm, cozy night curled up by the fire or a hot, home cooked meal. Whatever the situation, it seems pretty simple - split the wood, sell it or buy it, burn it. But what most people don't consider is where their firewood comes from or where its going. In the last few years, regulations across the United States have emerged for good reason regarding the transportation of firewood.

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How Wood Burns & Why Seasoning Is So Important

A log burning in your fireplace or your wood stove seems pretty straightforward, it burns. But the process of how wood burns is more complex than you’d think and how you prepare your logs prior to burning can make all the difference when it comes to igniting quickly, throwing heat, and burning clean. Here’s what happens when a log is thrown into a fire...

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Getting Every Dollar Out of Every Tree

In order to get the most value out of your operation, it’s crucial that you do your best to get every dollar possible out of every tree. When deciding how much to charge for your firewood, be sure to charge enough to cover your costs, but not so much to send your customers to other suppliers or heading for their thermostats and doing without a few good winter fires.

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