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Catalpa firewood in a woodburner 
A good friend felled a large catalpa tree with long seed pods he claims is a catalpa tree and he wants me to have the firewood. I know nothing about this …

Reciprocating Saw for Firewood? 
I recently bought a porter cable set. The set consists of: a circular saw, reciprocating saw, drill, 18V NiCads & charger. I might as well also …

Bowsaw for Cutting Firewood 
Matt, I enjoy hand sawing firewood vs. chain sawing, for the exercise, quietness, less prep and clean up time. I continue to use a 30" standard bow …

Identifying aspen firewood 
I took this tree down about 3 weeks ago and cant figure out what kind it is? It was a large tree straight and true for at least 40-50 feet before branching …

Willow as Firewood 
Is willow worth the time for fire wood in an high efficient fireplace? Answer Troy, Willow is a suitable firewood species once it has been …

Tool to keep firewood off the ground when using a chainsaw.  
Are there any tools out there that will help you hold the log off the ground, when bucking it to length? Answer Yes, there is a tool that is …

Pine Causes Creosote? 
I've just moved into a new (older) home with a great fireplace that draws and burns well. The previous owner left a large pile of seasoned pine logs (maybe …

Identify Driftwood Firewood? 
I found a piece of driftwood at the shore line. I live in Los Angeles CA. This was at Venice Beach. I know NOTHING about wood or trees, but there is something …

Start a small Chimney Fire at the end of the season.  
I was thinking that it would be beneficial to burn a very hot fire in the stove at the end of the season to burn off any creosote. I wasn't sure, but it …

Is hemlock good firewood for woodstove burning 
I was able to get about 2 unsplit cords for free.I am wanting to know how you rate this type of wood for burning in a woodstove. Thanks! Answer …

Firewood Storage in Florida 
I still have some firewood left from this winter that is already seasoned. Can I store this for next winter without having it deteriorate or attract termites? …

The frustration of wood that won't burn! 
Hi, I purchased a cord of wood in August and, in hindsight, didn't ask the right questions. Since I am single it took me almost 1 month to carry the …

Macadamia Nut Trees as Firewood 
Hi. I have the opportunity to get some free macadamia nut wood. Is this safe to burn in my indoor fireplace? Answer Renee, Macadamia trees …

Best Season to cut Firewood Trees 
When is the best time to cut trees down? Is it when the sap is down? Answer Doug, Generally speaking, the best time to cut down a tree for …

Help with identifying two tone hard wood 
I am trying to identify this wood. I live in Northern Virginia. The tree was cut near Winchester. Answer Brian, I'm afraid the pictures aren't …

Does the type of bark effect wood splitting? 
I'm doing a science project and I just wanted to know what types of bark have anything to do with splitting firewood? For example bark that grows around …

How to rough measure a cord of wood by a one yard bucket 
Basically, I'm new to the firewood business and was wondering roughly how many one yard buckets on a skidsteer it would take to make a cord of wood? I've …

Can you identify this firewood tree? 
I cut a tree down and the middle is a chocolate color and the outside is a vanilla color. The bark is kind of a rough bark, do you have any idea what …

Logs for the best heat - Olive or Cork Oak? 
We have access to plentiful supplies of olive and cork oak. Which is better for a log burning stove? Which produces the most heat? Answer Both …

Tree Length Firewood 
I have 10 cords of tree length wood that I cut one year ago. If I cut it to length and split it, is it considered seasoned wood? Thanks, Greg Answer …

Is Splitting Firewood Necessary? 
Hello, I am a bit of a novice, but I was curious. If you have some fallen trees that are good and dry, but not rotten, do they have to be split? I …

Sweetgum for firewood?? 
I have heard that Sweetgum makes good firewood if properly seasoned (dried for one year). Just wanted to check to make sure this is true. Thanks, Ron …

Creosote 
I have a BuckStove brand woodburner. I have a 6" Magic Heat brand heat reclaimer mounted 14" above top of stove, the following problem occurs with or without …

Cherry Firewood. Safe to burn or not? 
We cut down a wild cherry tree in our back yard and would like to use the wood in our wood burning fireplace. Some people have told us this wood puts off …

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Shared firewood? Neighbor is cutting my trees! 
My wife gave the neighbor permission to cut wood on our property. She did it two years ago and I complained because he took most if not all of the easy …

Using a chainsaw in wet wood.  
Is it hard on a chainsaw to cut wood that has recently been rained on? Answer Tyler, It is not a problem at all to cut wet wood with a …

Is chinese elm firewood? 
We just cut down a lot if Chinese elm trees and was wondering if it is a good burning wood for our wood burners? Answer Jim, Ulmus Parvifolia …

Birds in Chimney? 
Hey Matt, Do you know anything about getting birds out of the chimney without hurting them before I cap it? My wife's worst fear is to put a cap on …

Chinese Tallow 
About to cut down large Chinese Tallow Tree that did not make it through latest drought. Is it good firewood? I know it is not the best but is it …

Schefflera for firewood? 
A neighbor cut down a large schefflera plant with woody trunks and limbs, about 6 inch diameter. Can these be used in our fireplace? Answer Schefflera …

Different ways to throw firewood in a pile 
I was wondering if you can explain how well splitting your wood and then throwing it in a big pile works for drying it out. My neighbor and I have different …

Is Poplar Safe for Firewood? 
I have very seasoned Poplar wood - the tree stood dead (after a hurricane took it) for probably 8 years. I have been burning it in my fireplace but am …

Pictures of the best firewood 
I want to see pictures of the best firewood trees and the name of the ones that are good to burn in the fireplace. And then I would like to know the pros …

Turning a tree lying on the ground 
I have a turning a tree lying on the ground question. I have dropped 7 trees for next years firewood. I am getting older and need help turning the tree …

Cottonwood as firewood? 
Is cottonwood a safe wood for burning in a fireplace? Answer Yes, Cottonwood (Populus deltoides)is safe to burn in a fireplace. It is in the …

Honeylocust 
Is honey locust good firewood for burning in a wood stove? Answer Honeylocust is a good firewood species. It is a very dense and hard wood, …

Palo Verde Firewood 
I recently had a big Paloverde tree destroyed by a storm in my yard. Can I use the wood from it as firewood in my open fireplace? We live in Southeast …

Mulberry and Apple firewood 
Greetings, I have two questions regarding these woods for firewood. First, I have seen varying opinions on apple being a good wood for firewood, as far …

Pecan Firewood? 
I have a woodstove (full of potatos now that it is spring in GA) and am always on the lookout for wood. I have also got a pecan tree in my yard that for …

Tulip Poplar firewood quaity 
How would you rate eastern Tulip Poplar for firewood quality? Answer Tuliptree (Liriodendron tulipifera), also known as yellow poplar or tulip …

Little Leaf Linden makes good firewood? Carving wood? Not rated yet
I have a huge tree that needs to come down for new construction. Should I just have the city take it down and remove it? Does it make good firewood? …

Green Poplar to dissolve creosote? Not rated yet
An "Old Wive's Tales" says that burning green poplar will help dissolve creosote. True or false? Answer That is indeed an old wives tale and …

Firewood Chainsaw for Women Not rated yet
I have a wood burning stove, for which my son cuts the logs. He is going to University next month, so I shall have to do it myself. I am in my late sixties, …

Time to Stack a Cord of Wood Not rated yet
I would like to get someone to stack three cords of wood for me. How long should it take? I want to know whether to pay a flat fee or by the hour. Thanks! …

Should I split firewood when it's wet or dry? Not rated yet
Is it easier to split green wood or dry? Answer As a general rule, it's easier to split wood when it is fresh or green. That being said, most …

Splitting firewood with a chainsaw? Not rated yet
Hi, I have split firewood with a chainsaw multiple times, but the wood that is produced is difficult to stack because it is a semicircle. Is this not …

When to split the big stuff Not rated yet
I just had a 50', storm damaged maple taken down in my yard. I had the crew leave the wood in 18" lengths. Some pieces are more than 3' wide. It's freshly …

My heatilator doesn't work. Help? Not rated yet
I bought a house with a fireplace that has a heatilator system. The problem is that I have no idea how to test it. I can't find a switch for the fans. …

Any way to speed the seasoning process? Not rated yet
Hi, Matt. I just took down two trees, one Maple, and I think the other was a Maple, also ( it had four trunks ). We're splitting it this weekend. Other …

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storing seasoned firewood in the city Not rated yet
I live in the city and have few options for storing wood other than on a rack next to my garage. If I've purchased firewood that has been dried, and I …

How long should I cut my firewood? Not rated yet
I know that it's not wise to split firewood pieces into sizes greater than 6" for most applications, but how long should I cut the pieces? Answer …

A Good Chainsaw for Firewood Not rated yet
I am looking into cutting some trees this summer to sell for firewood next year. I was wondering if you had any recommendations for the size and make of …

When to cut poplar for firewood Not rated yet
Spring is here but mornings are still a bit chilly. We would like to use Poplar for quick morning fires but need to know when it's best to harvest. …

Black Locust Roots Not rated yet
Is there a major problem with black locust roots compromising a leech bed? If so, how safely can you plant a grove of black locust trees without causing …

firewood for a fire ring Not rated yet
I want the best, safest suggestion for wood choice in a outdoor fire ring(camp fire). Locally available wood options are mesquite, pine, some oak and pecan. …

Is Magnolia good to use for firewood ? Not rated yet
Is Magnolia good to use for fire wood ? My neighbor is cutting her tree down. It would not cost me anything except a few working hands. Please advise, …

Wood Permit for Firewood Not rated yet
During as recent storm that caused many trees to fall, I was cutting a pine on the side of the road on a main highway close to town. I had loaded my truck …

how long til harvesting Not rated yet
Hi Matt I' m planning to move out east to a 40 acre farm in next 5 years. Unfortunately, most of the land has been clear cut, so I 'd looking to …

Price of oak Not rated yet
What is the going price of oak firewood? Answer The price of oak and other firewood species is largely variable based upon location and current …

how deep are the roots on a liquid elm tree? Not rated yet
The tree is very close to two houses and the roots are showing on the surface. Is it okay to you use it for fire wood. Is it in danger of following over? …

How close to house can you place an Earth outdoor furnace? Not rated yet
Need to know how close to the house I can place How far from a house should I install an Earth 305 bear cub forced air furnace? I bought it at the Norwood …

Green mold on firewood Not rated yet
We have some wood stored in our shed at the cottage....it was cut and piled in there about 2 years ago. Just noticed at the end of last summer that it …

Firewood business advice Not rated yet
I am starting a firewood processing business. Which wood species should I stay away from? I live in eastern Pennsylvania and have a couple of suppliers. …

Wood stove is blowing out smoke Not rated yet
After I open the bottom door and wait a few seconds then open the top, smoke blows out the bottom of the stove. I have had my stoves for three months and …

Bradford Pear Trees - Good For Firewood? Not rated yet
I have plenty of Bradford Pear trees. Are they suitable as firewood for a fireplace? Answer Buddy, The wood from Bradford Pear trees is suitable …

Buy log lengths in Massachusetts Not rated yet
I am looking to purchace grapple truck loads of wood for my personal use. I live south of boston, in canton, ma. Do you know anyone who sells log lengths …

Does wood from a holly tree (seasoned of course) make good firewood? Not rated yet
We have a large old Holly tree that's dead and needs to be taken down. About 2 years ago it started losing leaves and went downhill from there, sad …

Is osage orange good firewood? Not rated yet
Will osage orange burn okay for firewood? Answer Osage-orange is actually one of the best burning firewoods in the world. It throws off a lot …

Chinese Tallow Trees Firewood Not rated yet
Do Chinese Tallow (Popcorn) trees make good firewood? Answer Stacey, I recommend staying away from Chinese Tallow trees. The species makes …

Hawthorn....good firewood? Not rated yet
We have many hawthorn trees on our property. Is it true that it makes good firewood? Is it true that it burns best within a few months of cutting (versus …

Is dead wood on a tree considered dry? Not rated yet
Is a freshly cut, DEAD oak branch dry enough for immediate efficient burning in a fire stove? Answer Kathy, I'm afraid there is no clear-cut …

How many cords of wood come from a tree? Not rated yet
I had some of my beech trees harvested. I have all of the tops remaining. I am interested in selling the tops. I was wondering about how much they would …

The truth about pine Not rated yet
Is there any truth about pine wood messing up your indoor fire place? Answer No, it's completely false. Pine, when properly seasoned, is perfectly …

Can't get apple wood to burn all the way ? Not rated yet
The apple wood leaves a lot of charcoal and it will not put out any heat. Can you help me out? Answer Apple is very good firewood. It burns hot, …

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uh ohh- I just bought 2 cords of dried willow  Not rated yet
I thought the firewood folks were bringing me pine- but it's willow. Now what? This is the first time I have bought firewood. Usually we split 3 cords …

Buyer didn't pay for firewood Not rated yet
I sold a cord of wood to a guy and now he is refusing to pay. What can I do? Answer James, Sorry to hear about your situation. Are you …

WOOD STOVE INSERT INSTALLATION Not rated yet
I have a Craft Stove insert. The size of the stove fits the fireplace nicely. Is the insert ready to use, OR do you have to add any other piping? Will …

Seasoned Oak firewood. Does it rot? Not rated yet
How long will it take seasoned split oak firwood to rot? I have approximately 10 cords that I will not burn this year but hope to save it for next year. …

Southern Pine as Firewood Not rated yet
I live in Central Alabama, southern pine grows here fast. We cut thousands of cords a year, reseed and cut it again in 7 to 9 years. I work for …

Mold on oak firewood, what to do? Not rated yet
I have seasoned oak that is stacked in 2 cords. After covering the wood it has developed lots of mold and burns poorly. It burned well prior to mold growth. …

Double wall pipe too hot Not rated yet
I recently replumbed my Buck Stove. 6"" black pipe (no damper) is 56" from top of stove to beginning of double wall through (low, 7 foot )drywall cieling …

Too much Draw  Not rated yet
Hi have a few questions on barometric dampers. It seems that no matter what I do, I can't seem to cut down on the draw in my stove. I use a Huntsman …

Old Firewood Not rated yet
I have a lot of stacked firewood that is 8 eight years old. Is it okay to burn it? Also, I just cut up a cord of hemlock from a tree that has been …

Is red oak alright to burn after 3 months? Not rated yet
I know that red oak needs a full year to season properly. My queston is that I cut and split the tree about 3 months ago. I left in the pasture, in full …

Are Dead or Alive Trees better for firewood? Not rated yet
What is better for fireplace burning? A. live wood cut, split and dried for 12 months B. dead wood cut, split and dried for 12 months The dead …

Can I store seasoned firewood in my garage? Not rated yet
My firewood has been in a wood shed for a year. Recently I brought a bush cord in my garage so I don't have to work so hard. Now some of my wood is wet …

Fireplace won't work in new home.  Not rated yet
Hi Matt - My name is Jennifer. My husband and I just bought our first house and it has a fireplace!!! We just got a cord of wood delivered and we are …

Internal slide damper on wood stove. Can I remove it? Not rated yet
My slide damper keeps falling if bumped with wood while loading the stove. Can I just remove the slide damper located at the ceiling of the wood stove …

Split freshly cut oak logs? Not rated yet
Do I have to split freshly cut oak logs in order to dry them out? Answer Yes it is important to both split and store the oak properly in order …

Outside air intake. Good idea? Not rated yet
Is oxygen depletion a concern? My house is very tightly sealed and well insulated, including spray foamed foundation crawlspace. I can easily fabricate …

When is the best time to cut down birch trees? Not rated yet
Is there a proper time of year to harvest birch trees for firewood? Would it be spring, winter, summer, or fall? My understanding is that it takes some …

Acacia tree - is it good for firewood? Not rated yet
Is acacia a good tree to use for firewood? Answer Acacia is an excellent firewood species. Not only does it burn hot, but it also makes for …

How close can I put furniture to a wood stove? Not rated yet
I have not used my stove in a few years but would like to do so again. The problem is I use the space about 5 ft from the stove. I have my desk and computer …

Storing firewood in a garage - Problem with Termites? Not rated yet
I live in a condo and the person next door to me has stored firewood in their garage. My concern is that this may draw termites which would possibly come …

Firewood Life Span- does dry firewood rot? Not rated yet
Will dry firewood rot? If so, how long will it last if it is split and stacked properly? Answer Excellent question, Tom. The short answer is …

What does tree sap still oozing from a dead bucked and split pine have to do with seasoning before burning?  Not rated yet
Hi, We helped a neighbor cut and split a 20" diameter pine tree, that had been standing apparently dead(needles brown) for at least a year. The wood …

Shaft Measurements for engine on Wood Splitter Not rated yet
I have a honda 160cc vertical overhead cam. I need to know the shaft measurements. Is there anyway to get these without taking apart the engine itself? …

How long do I need to wait to burn freshly split logs in my fireplace? Not rated yet
I just acquired a stack of freshly split logs. Unknown species, I guess it is cypress or cedar! How long before I can burn it in my fireplace? Answer …

Fresh Cut Tree as Firewood Not rated yet
Can I use fresh cut wood for firewood without storing and drying it first? Answer I don't recommend using fresh cut wood for burning. It is …

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What is a fair price for 1/2 cord of fire wood? I know it depends on type of wood just a ball park fiqure. Not rated yet
I have never purchased fire wood, not sure if his price is fair. He has Avacado wood, cedar wood, almond wood and Maple wood. I was quoted $135.00 for …

Burning stumps in wood stove Not rated yet
I was told but don't believe that the wood of the stump of a tree is the hardest and is the best to burn in a wood stove. Is this true? Cathy Answer …

Elm Firewood in Nevada Not rated yet
We are looking into a load of Elm firewood. What things should we be looking for with regards to seasoning and what are the heating value's and any other …

Never burn wood with a pit, plum, cherry, or peach. Is it a wives tale or not? Not rated yet
I Was taught this since I was young. I was told that indoors these woods give off toxins and should not be burned. Answer George, It's a …

Barometric damper Not rated yet
I would like your opinion on the use of a barometric damper on my wood burner. I have no damper currently, just the adjustable air intake on my small Buck …

Mold on Kiln Dried Firewood Not rated yet
How do we prevent mold from forming on our kiln dried firewood? Answer Mold is unfortunately a reality when dealing with firewood. However, the …

Uses for a holly tree  Not rated yet
Do holly trees have hard or soft wood? Can anything be made out of the wood from this tree? Answer The wood from holly trees is hard. It makes …

Oak vs Hickory Firewood Not rated yet
What is the best type of firewood to buy? Seasoned oak or hickory? Which one will produce the most heat? Answer Michael, Both oak and hickory …

Drying older unsplit oak logs? Not rated yet
We had a large oak tree cut down to 1-1/2 to 2 foot long round logs piled up for the last year and a half. Now we are having it split and want to know …

At what diameter (in inches) should I consider splitting wood, in order for it to be properly seasoned within one (1) year? Not rated yet
Your website suggests splitting large wood so that it can properly season for safer burning, while splitting smaller wood is not necessary. However, I …

Holly trees for firewood? Not rated yet
Hello, I live in South East Texas just North of Beaumont. I have an abundance of holly trees on my 12 acres and was wondering if holly is an acceptable …

Cutting down a tree Not rated yet
Once i have picked the tree I want to cut down, where do you make the first cut? Second? Also, how do you make a tree fall where you want it to?....I am …

Renting a lot for a Firewood Business Not rated yet
I have a "sort of" relative who is using my land to store wood for his firewood business. This has been going on for at least 10 years. I wanted to help …

Not sure what kind of wood I have Not rated yet
I picked up some wood and when I split it, it was mostly yellow on the inside with about a 1/2in of white in the growth ring. The bark is a very thick …

How to stack wood inside and Wood Stove Clearances Not rated yet
How close to wood stove can the wood be stacked? Also, how close can a couch be to the stove? Answer Larry, For wood stove clearances, you …

Evergreen Trees as firewood Not rated yet
Are pear trees and evergreen trees safe for burning in a woodstove? Answer Yes, pear trees and evergreen trees are safe for burning in a wood …

Sweetgum as Firewood Not rated yet
Can sweetgum be used for firewood? Answer Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) is an average firewood species. Its heating value is similar to …

Can peach trees be used for fireplace wood ? Not rated yet
If I cut them now in late September, how long before I can burn them? Trunks are 5 inches in diameter. Answer Del, Peach trees can be used …

Sumac firewood Not rated yet
Is it safe to burn the red sumac as firewood ? After all Socrates met his match after drinking it's leaves in a tea. Thank you Answer Jim, …

Best way to use a Peavey with a stack of logs Not rated yet
Hi, I have a stack of logs 8' long that I need to bring one at a time to the ground to make split rails out of. What is the best way to get the top …

Standing dead tree....is it seasoned? Not rated yet
If a standing tree is dead and has been for a year or two, will it be dry enough to burn in two or three months after splitting it and stacking it? Would …

Need some help with measuring a face cord Not rated yet
Hi, This is my first time buying firewood as I recently moved into a home with a wood stove. I ordered a face cord to try things out, but I'm not sure …

Storing wood to be used in 2 to 4 years Not rated yet
My logs will last me far beyond this season. They are 15 to 20 feet long. I have to get them out of my yard so I will cut but not split. What is the difference …

White mold on white birch firewood Not rated yet
We just bought 1 1/2 cords of supposedly dry, seasoned birch. Now, about 4 days after stacking it in the garage we noticed there is a white mold growing …

Selling Campfire Wood Not rated yet
Do you think someone can make any money selling firewood in small bundles on a busy highway when most gas station already sell it? Answer Absolutely! …

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Cherry wood- how big should it be split? Not rated yet
Hello! I have a huge Cherry tree that fell down during a major storm. A tree company cut it up into 18" pieces for me because the trunk was about 24" …

Drats! My firewood has rats!! Not rated yet
Is there an enclosed storage container you can put your wood in after it has seasoned that will keep the rats out of it? Answer Rats and other pests …

firewood splitting Not rated yet
When is the best time to split wood from a live tree that is taken down? Are there any benefits in splitting logs right away or waiting for the winter …

How can I be sure the wood I'm purchasing is maple? Not rated yet
I've got a firewood delivery coming Saturday, and have ordered maple, which is more expensive. How can I be sure they're not trying to substitute another …

Peach and Apricot as Firewood Trees Not rated yet
My grandmother had trees fall in her yard and I'm getting them cleaned up. The trees are Peach and Apricot. Instead of pitching them, I'd like to know …

Very old logs Not rated yet
Hi I have some logs that are so old they have started to rot - they are dry but starting to go powdery. What are the issues with burning these logs …

Covering Firewood Not rated yet
I usually leave my stacked wood in the open, unless it rains then I go out and cover with tarps. It almost seems that the wood I have not covered and …

Firewood size Not rated yet
I usually get a grapple load of hardwood delivered each spring. Generally I spend the end of March and the beginning of April to process the tree lengths …

When to split Not rated yet
I just had a pine tree, 18 to 24 in. dia., cut down. I had them cut and leave me some sections. How soon after cutting should I split? The wood still …

Does Hawthorn make good firewood? Not rated yet
I have a number of Hawthorn on my property, will they make good firewood? Answer Sally, I typically don't really think about Hawthorne …

Can my wood be stored inside after I split it? Not rated yet
I have a lean-to on the side of my garage that is 4 walled with an overhead door. I was planning on stacking my wood inside after it's split so as to keep …

Leave wood as log rounds? Not rated yet
Is it okay to leave firewood as 30 foot logs for a year? Will they dry somewhat? Answer It is fine to leave your firewood in 30 foot logs …

Maul Info....what are the best handles? Not rated yet
Hello, I read your information about mauls for splitting wood. We looked into buying one and had some questions. Some mauls have wooden straight …

What to do with Big Chunks of firewood Not rated yet
Hey Matt, We cut all our own firewood and split it. Over the years, we've gotten some big pieces that are located where branches came off the log that …

Fireplace Ashes Not rated yet
When you clean out the ashes out of your fireplace should you leave some ashes or clean them all out to start another fire? Answer When you …

Does smaller unsplit wood season? Not rated yet
I have a lot of branches that are 2-4 inches thick. Since they are too thin to split, can these still be used for firewood and will they take longer to …

Burning Unseasoned Firewood Not rated yet
I live in south Louisiana. We recently had a cold spell and I ran out of wood for my fireplace. A friend had some trees that needed cutting anyway,so …

How can split firewood be identified? Not rated yet
I'd like to buy a cord of firewood, specifically hardwood from the Pacific Northwest(Maple, Alder, and Cherry). When I go to look at the pile of split …

Is my fireplace safe? Not rated yet
I purchased a home with a fireplace but am not sure if it is safe to use it for firewood. The chimney is very high up on a steep roof and I can't get anybody …

Firewood Storage: How close is "too close" to the house? Not rated yet
How close is 'too close to the house' for firewood storage. I am considering moving firewood from about 75 feet to about 25 feet from house. My wife fears …

Does wood season before it's split? Not rated yet
Does wood 'season' before it's split? Many firewood dealers in Richmond, VA say that their wood 'was cut last year'. Then they offer to split to the size …

Is a Globe Willow ok to use as firewood? Not rated yet
A friend has one cut down and said I could have it. Is it ok to use as firewood? Answer Globe Willow can be used as firewood, but it is not an …

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