As the cool breeze starts to develop a chilly nip it’s an indication that the weather is approaching cold season. A crackling fireplace with burning wood logs or a stove will soon be a welcome sight for every home. Isn’t it time to start collecting and stocking up on firewood? Prepare now, to stay warmly safe for the rest of the chilly days and nights!
Check out the authenticity of the local firewood suppliers before you confirm your firewood delivery. You order bulk firewood for sale only after you have checked its genuineness and dryness level at the local firewood suppliers’ office. How to choose and order the ideal firewood delivery for your home?
1) Small and cozy fires burn best if they are prepared out of cottonwood, poplar, birch or red maple. These softwoods burn the fastest and are available in plenty but they run out the quickest. You may have to spend your evening rushing into the firewood shed time and again to replenish the stock. You may save some money but in the long run the effort and wood you end up spending may not be worth it. Isn’t it better to opt out for the sturdy or seasoned firewood like:
a) Box firewood
b) Red gum firewood
c) Mixed eco-friendly firewood or
d) Ironbark firewood?
2) If you want your fires to stay burning hours and hours into the night burnishing the walls with the warm red colour of live red hot coals, then pick your firewood from hardwoods like locust, oak, box, red gum, black maple, iron bark or hickory.
3) Seasoned firewood is dryed wood that catches fire quickly. You need to be very sure that the firewood you are using to build your fire is dry and free from moisture. The surface water on the firewood will soon dissipate or can be removed by wiping but the water that has seeped into the firewood will be released as arid smoke and smouldering sediments.
4) Use well-seasoned firewood for your fireplace. Improperly seasoned firewood burns inefficiently and there will be very less. Mixed eco-friendly firewood burns well and but does not pollute the atmosphere. It is a wonderful choice for your home fireplace. Do your bit for the environment and get your crackle from a wholesaler dispensing bulk firewood for sale!
5) Check out for wood with cracks at the ends. This wood is less heavy and is of a deep brown, grey or yellow colour. Light brown, greenish or cream colored wood should be avoided because it may be wet.
6) Leave the logs that make a deep thudding sound when struck together. Hitting the logs together should resonate with a hollow whack.
7) You can also season your wood when the weather is hot and sunny. Just leave the logs and wood pieces outside where the hot and dry sun rays will air-dry the wood.
8) Split wood pieces burn quickly and catch fire faster. A bigger log can be split into quarters or halves and then used. Wood furnaces and outdoor fire pits need big logs whereas fireplaces provide great warmth with small sized wood.