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 a mix of both black and white Birch but can contain several types.
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
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