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Specialty Wood - Apple, Birch or Hickory 3/4 Seasoned - CALL FOR AVAILABILITY

Burns a bit faster with great heat and little smoke.

MBTUs/Cord = 19.5 - 24.4

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CHOOSE OAK, CHERRY or 50/50 MIX OAK & CHERRY

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1/2 Face Cord (4'L x 16"W x 4'H)

Face Cord (8'L x 16"W x 4'H)

Full Cord (8'L x 4' W x 4'H)

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Kindling is a useful tool to start a hassle free fire whether you have a gas starter or not.  It's especially useful when burning 3/4 seasoned wood.  

It's recommended to start fire by placing a large handful of kindling under logs on log holder.  Start gas starter or place fire starter under log holder.  Stay warm and cozy next to a nice fire. 

$251.45 incl tax

Birch Firewood

Birch Firewood has a density of about about 0.67 g/cm3 which means it burns a bit easier and faster with average heat at about 19.5 - 24.4 Million BTU/Cord. In terms of heating value, yellow and black are both above average. They burn both long and hot. Comparatively, white and gray are average species.

Dalman's Birch Firewood pile usually consists of River Birch or White Birch, depending on availability.

 

Species MBTU/Cord
White 20.0 MBTU
Black 24.4 MBTU
Yellow 22.1 MBTU
Grey 19.5 MBTU

 

OUR WOOD IS ALWAYS HAND MEASURED, NEVER PIECE COUNTED AND NEVER CROSS STACKED

 

FULL CORD DIMENSIONS 4'H x 4'W x 8'L 

FACE CORD DIMENSIONS 4'H x 16"W x 8'L

 

A GOOD KINDLE BASE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR UNSEASONED, WET OR HARD TO START VARIETIES OF WOOD

 

 

What Does Seasoned Mean And What Should I Know About It?

3 Myths About Seasoned Firewood

 

What Should I know When I'm Ordering My Firewood?

4 Things To Avoid When Ordering Firewood

 

What Is The Best Way To Store Wood?

The 3 Best Ways To Store Firewood

 

How Do I Start A Fire?

4 Tips To Start A Fire

 

What Types Of Firewood Are In Illinois?

5 Most Common Types Of Firewood In Illinois

 

SALE PRICES NOT APPLICABLE WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS OR FUNDRAISERS.

Birch Firewood

Birch Firewood has a density of about about 0.67 g/cm3 which means it burns a bit easier and faster with average heat at about 19.5 - 24.4 Million BTU/Cord. In terms of heating value, yellow and black are both above average. They burn both long and hot. Comparatively, white and gray are average species.

Dalman's Birch Firewood pile usually consists of River Birch or White Birch, depending on availability.

 

Species MBTU/Cord
White 20.0 MBTU
Black 24.4 MBTU
Yellow 22.1 MBTU
Grey 19.5 MBTU

 

OUR WOOD IS ALWAYS HAND MEASURED, NEVER PIECE COUNTED AND NEVER CROSS STACKED

 

FULL CORD DIMENSIONS 4'H x 4'W x 8'L 

FACE CORD DIMENSIONS 4'H x 16"W x 8'L

 

A GOOD KINDLE BASE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR UNSEASONED, WET OR HARD TO START VARIETIES OF WOOD

 

 

What Does Seasoned Mean And What Should I Know About It?

3 Myths About Seasoned Firewood

 

What Should I know When I'm Ordering My Firewood?

4 Things To Avoid When Ordering Firewood

 

What Is The Best Way To Store Wood?

The 3 Best Ways To Store Firewood

 

How Do I Start A Fire?

4 Tips To Start A Fire

 

What Types Of Firewood Are In Illinois?

5 Most Common Types Of Firewood In Illinois

 

SALE PRICES NOT APPLICABLE WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS OR FUNDRAISERS.

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