WE GUARANTEE A FULL CORD!
A full cord of firewood is 128 cubic feet, and when stacked it is about 8ft long x 4ft high x 4ft deep. Stack it properly and make sure we measure up!
FACE VS. FULL CORD -
KNOW THE DIFFERENCE!!!
Our full cord differs from a face cord, which some suppliers sell. A full cord is 128 cubic feet, while a face cord is only 32 cubic feet. Make sure to confirm the quantity you'll be receiving if you're price comparing.
100% NEW ENGLAND HARDWOOD
Our wood is sourced locally and is only hardwood species like oak, maple, beech and birch; not a mix of hardwoods and soft pine and spruce, like some other suppliers offer.
Winter is Coming!
Our average first frost date is October 11th.
Don't be left in the cold...Order your firewood today!
KILN-DRIED FIREWOODSHOP KILN-DRIED
Our Kiln-Dried Firewood is the top choice for an easy to start, roaring fire full of ambiance on a cold night or when entertaining during the holidays. Kiln-Dried firewood lights easily, burns hot and is best stored inside and under cover, like in a garage, shed or (dry) basement. Kiln-Dried firewood is dried out in a hot kiln for multiple days to dry the sap out of the wood and prepare it for instant burning.
Our seasoned firewood is an all-hardwood blend of birch, oak, beech and maple sourced locally in New England. Our wood is fully seasoned. It is stored outside uncovered, with an average 16”-20” length of split pieces. It is best stored outdoors, stacked with a covering over the top. Proper air-flow is essential to keeping seasoned firewood ready to burn, so make sure the sides of your stack are open to the air. DO NOT stack seasoned wood in a garage or shed, it will not get the proper air flow and heat needed to pull any access moisture remaining in wood.
***ATTENTION*** Before placing your seasoned firewood order, please note that we are recommending purchasing our kiln dried firewood at this point in the season. While our seasoned wood is fully sap dried, we are at the bottom of our pile where it has been sitting all year. Best stacking practice for seasoned wood is late summer, early fall. Please consider the kiln dried wood, especially if you are burning in a fireplace. All of our seasoned wood is stored outside in the elements. Seasoned firewood needs to be stacked OUTSIDE in order to dry out properly. DO NOT stack seasoned wood in a garage or shed, it will not get the proper air flow and heat needed to pull any access moisture remaining in wood. Our current stock of seasoned firewood has been cut at log length for 2 years. It's been recently split into firewood pieces, and they are rather large. It is a mixture of all hard woods, such as beech, oak, birch and maple. Log lengths range from 16"-20". It would be okay for wood stoves! If you're burning in a fireplace, we recommend having a rotation process going --> Bring as much wood as you can into your home and store next to your fireplace or wood burning stove. Each time you have a fire, the heat will pull the moisture out of the firewood logs next to the fire, ready to go in the fire next. Use the firewood from inside your house to get your fire started, and refill the supply as needed. (not moisture from sap, which is what differentiates seasoned wood from green wood).
There can be a learning curve to burning & storing seasoned firewood, so first-time fireplace & stove owners may want to consider our Kiln-Dried firewood, as it is more 'beginner friendly' and easier to light.
If you are looking for dry wood ready to burn immediately and able to be stacked indoors we strongly recommend you purchase our KILN DRIED firewood.
Our semi-seasoned firewood has been cut at log length for 1 year. It's been recently split (1-3 months ago) into firewood pieces. It is a mixture of all hard woods, such as beech, oak, birch and maple. Log lengths range from 16"-20". It would be great for burning in wood stoves now! However, if you're burning in a fireplace, we do not recommend semi-seasoned wood for burning now. It would be ideal for burning next winter -OR- if you have seasoned firewood you could start a rotation process with the semi-seasoned firewood (which would be to bring as much semi-seasoned wood as you can into your home and store next to your fire. The heat from the fire will help pull the moisture out of the firewood logs next to the fire. Once you have a hot fire going, add a semi-seasoned log that has been in the pile next to your fire and refill the supply as needed). Semi-seasoned firewood will have some moisture in it, because it is not fully seasoned. We recommend stacking your semi-seasoned firewood outdoors as soon as possible, preferably in a sunny location. We DO NOT recommend stacking semi-seasoned firewood in a cold garage, shed or basement because you need the air circulation to speed up the drying out of the firewood. Properly stacked firewood will dry out faster, stays drier, and will last longer than piled, unstacked firewood.CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOUR SEMI-SEASONED FIREWOOD
Our green firewood is an all-hardwood blend of birch, oak, beech and maple sourced locally in New England. Our green firewood is NOT ready to burn - it is meant for burning next burning season. It is stored outside uncovered, with an average 16”-20” length of split pieces. It is best stored outdoors, stacked with a covering over the top. Proper air-flow is essential for the seasoning process to getting the firewood ready to burn next season, so make sure the sides of your stack are open to the air. DO NOT stack green wood in a garage or shed, it will not get the proper air flow and heat needed to pull any moisture remaining in wood.
Please understand that green firewood will NOT be ready to burn when it is delivered to you. The benefits to purchasing green firewood is: 1). You're saving money per cord and 2). You're guaranteed to have ready to burn firewood on your property next burning season!
"I have been buying kiln dried wood for over 25 years. They just delivered me a cord of wood, the wood was beautiful! Some of the better batch I have ever got and comparatively priced!"
- Ken from Google ReviewsSHOP WOOD NOW
Our fleet of trucks are ready to bring any size load of firewood to your home.
Enter your address when checking out to get delivery rates. We require you to leave a tarp or marker out for our drivers so we can assure we leave your product in the right spot. Keep an eye out for power lines overhead or tight driveways which can affect our ability to deliver to your area. Unfortunately are unable to dump firewood into a garage or off-pavement.
We deliver to Ipswich, Topsfield, Rowley, Essex, Boxford, Rowley, Georgetown, Newbury, Newburyport, Salisbury, Amesbury, Danvers, Peabody, Manchester, Beverly, Salem, Gloucester, Rockport and more!