A true full cord is stacked 4 feet high x 4 feet wide x 8 feet long, or 128 cubic feet. When loaded loose, it is approximately 170 cubic feet. We sell firewood by the fraction of a cord. For example, 1/2 cord of wood is 64 cubic feet stacked, or 85 cubic feet loose. If you are an occasional firemaker, a 1/3 cord should be sufficient to last you a season.
A facecord is just another term for 1/3 of a cord or 43 cubic feet stacked.
Generally hard wood will burn hotter and for longer periods of time. BTU ratings are traditionally used to compare the amount of energy released by burning a cord of any given species of wood. Pine has a heat rating of approximately 15 BTUs. Douglas Fir is a hotter burning softwood, with 20.5 BTUs. BC Birch has a heat rating of up to 23.5 BTUs. BC Birch is a much denser wood; it burns slower, hotter and longer.
Yes. Most softwoods like pine, cedar, douglas fir, and spruce will crackle. Birch will not. Birch will generally burn cleaner and, therefore, is recommended for indoor fireplaces.
A weekender tote is 16''X16''x3'. It contains approximately 40 pieces of wood. It is the perfect amount of wood for a weekend fire and a great value compared to gas station bags! Don't forget to bring your tote bag back to us. We will refill it and give you a 10$ credit towards your next purchase!
Yes. You may self load bulk firewood at our retail location. Alternatively, we can load a pre-measured tote bag into your truck for you. We do not load loose firewood with a loader bucket into your vehicle.
We deliver firewood in a pre-measured tote bag with a picker crane.
Currently, 1/6 cord, 1/4 cord and 1/3 cord tote bags are available. We are able to place them on the driveway, parking pad or back alley. We cannot place it on city property or go over fences.