Looking to buy firewood nearby? Use this firewood for sale directory and maps to find firewood locally sourced nearby. It's important to buy firewood that is locally sourced to minimize the chance of introducing non-native insects and diseases that might be brought to the area on non-locally sourced firewood.
If you want to save a few bucks and also get some exercise you might want to consider looking for logs for sale. Firewood logs are a bit cheaper since you have to split the wood yourself. Contact the firewood seller to see if they sell both split firewood or full log firewood.
Firewood is often sold in "cords of wood," There are two types of cords 1) a "full cord" measures four feet high by four feet wide by eight feet long , or 2) a "face cord" measures one third of a full cord stack of wood that is 4 by 8 ft by 16 in. Make sure you know which cord you are buying. There is a huge difference.
Many firewood retail locations also sell firewood in smaller amounts including: by the 1/2 and 1/4 cords, trunk load, and bundles. Bundles are often sold near campgrounds to local campers.
The vast majority of firewood dealers are honest but there are a few out there that are looking to take advantage of the knowledgeable firewood buyer. Here are a few things to look out for.
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