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Do you have Firewood available?


How do i pay?

Local delivery orders

can be paid online when checking out or paid with cash or check upon delivery. 


Yes.  Delivery fees are based on the delivery location.  Choose the correct county and fees accordingly in your cart.  

Lake County $25

Cuyahoga & Geauga $50

Portage $75

Fees are not negotiable and nonrefundable.

Do I need to be home for delivery?

No.   You do not need to be home when we deliver your firewood.   Please clear the area of any furniture, decor, vehicles, etc.  

If you ordered your firewood to be stacked in your garage or backyard, please be sure to make arrangements prior to delivery.

can i pick up the firewood from your shop?

We can not offer customer pick up at our shop.

However, if you are looking for a small amount of firewood, there are self serve racks in front of the shop. 

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what happens after i place an order?

Orders are processed on business days and in the order we receive them.  We will contact you via email with the delivery date.  Please allow 1-5 business days.

Do you offer discounts or have coupons?

Yes, we automatically send our customers a discount after orders are placed.  Check your email for your promo code. 

Can I purchase wood to be delivered to someone else?

Yes.   We often have orders for a customer's family or friend.  Just be sure to give them a heads up and make arrangements so the driver can stack or dump the wood where they would prefer.

We do not carry Pine.  All of our wood is safe for indoor fireplaces and cooking fires.

USDA Certified Heat Treated Firewood

Heat treated refers to a certifiable and closely regulated treatment to disinfest wood.  Heat treated does not reflect on the moisture content of the firewood. The purpose of heat treatment, is that the internal wood temperature has reached levels high enough and for long enough to destroy pests and pathogens on or in the wood.  This treatment prevents the spread of invasive species and protects your home from pests.

What is the difference between Heat Treated Kiln Dried, Heat Treated Seasoned, Naturally Seasoned and Unseasoned?

Our Heat Treated Kiln Dried Firewood remains in the kiln until it has a moisture content of less than 10%.   Our Heat Treated Seasoned Firewood is dried prior to heat treatment and/or processed in the kiln until it has a moisture content of less than 20%.  We offer these two options in the heat treated woods so that you can choose your preferred moisture level.  We understand how important this is on a personal level.

Naturally Seasoned Firewood and Unseasoned Firewood are not heat treated.  However, we do omit wood with visible pests or molds.   This wood is dried naturally in the sun and wind and sheltered from the rain and snow. Unseasoned Firewood will have varying moisture content levels above 20%.  When the moisture content reading is below 20%, it is then Naturally Seasoned Firewood inventory.

All options are hardwoods and safe for cooking and indoor fireplaces.   Our firewood is cut uniformly and to manageable size.



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What is a cord?

A Cord is a unit of measurement for firewood.  When a full Cord of firewood is stacked tightly it is about 4' x 8' x 4' and 128 cubic feet.   

The exact number of logs depends on cut size.  

Firewood is sold in fractions of a Cord, a Full Cord or as bundles.


Freshly fallen trees, or "green wood", will have a moisture reading of well over 30%,  depending on factors, like, tree species and the time of year it was cut.    Seasoned firewood has a reading below 20%.  Our Seasoned Firewood does not leave the shop until it has reached a reading between 15-19%.  A moisture meter is not a common household tool, but there are other ways to check the dryness of your firewood.  Tapping two pieces of seasoned firewood together will make a distinct and crisp hollow sound.  Green wood will make a dull, muffled noise.  Seasoned wood also will begin "checking" or cracking on the ends.  Because moisture adds weight to the wood, there is also a significant difference in the weight of logs as they dry.

A hot, roaring fire with minimal smoke, does not depend solely on seasoned firewood.  It is important to start and feed your fire properly.   If you find that your firewood will not catch fire or is only smoldering, consider all of the factors before assuming that your firewood is not seasoned.

Even when using a firestarter or a gas starter, you must also use kindling.  Kindling is small, thin pieces of wood that connects the fire from the starter to the logs.  If kindling is not used, you may find that the logs will only smolder and not properly catch fire.  Store bought starters, homemade starters, tinder or a gas starter, are not intended to directly light the firewood logs.  Of course, it is possible, but your fire will begin to start when the firewood reaches about 600 degrees.  Firewood logs will have trouble reaching this point without the aide of kindling and proper oxygen flow.

Arrange your logs properly to allow air to flow between the logs and between the logs and the starter.  If the firewood logs are placed tightly together over the starter, you will find that the logs will likely only smolder.  There are several suggested layouts for building a fire.

Build a Campfire | Smokey Bear

How to Start a Fire in a Fireplace (The Right Way) - Bob Vila

Stacking and storing your firewood properly is also important.  Choose a location that is protected from moisture, rain and snow and has good airflow.  Do not place wood directly on soil.  This will help the firewood stay dry and prevent rotting. 

Terms and Conditions

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