What is your service area? Our
delivery area includes all of Southeast Michigan.
Any location outside of Saginaw County may require
an additional delivery charge.
How long does it take to get a delivery?
Usually 24-48 hours, may be longer in the
(Oct. - Feb)
Just one more reason to order early.
your hours? Our hours vary with each
season. Please call us at 989-928-8830 to discuss
your specific needs.
of payment do you accept? We accept
personal checks, business checks, cash and Michigan
wood do I need for a winter season?
Please call us at 989-928-8330 to discuss your
I buy firewood? WE DELIVER
WOOD YEAR 'ROUND! Our
recommendation, especially for those of you burning 3 or
more face cord per Winter. . . BUY EARLY!!! When you
start burning wood for the season, order for the
next season. (Example: order your 2009-10 wood NOW)
We understand that you may not have the room to
store the amount of wood we are suggesting so, we
are offering a "Stack & Store" service, please visit
Products page for more information.
Think of it
as an investment in two ways. . . the dryer wood, the more
heat your receive from it and who knows what the cost of all
fuels will be 6 months from now.
a face cord? Our firewood is sold by the
FACE cord, which is measure 4' high X 8' long when stacked.
A FULL (or FEDERAL) cord is measured 4' high X 8' long X 4'
deep (48"). For ease of measurement we cut our pieces at 16"
standard lengths...Thus we cut the 4' deep or 48" deep
portion of the full cord in thirds 16 + 16 + 16 = 48" or 4'.
Therefore, three of our FACE cords will equal one FULL cord.
If you were to receive firewood in 12" pieces there could be
4 face cord to a full cord, or 24" pieces would only contain
2 face cord. Also, the size of the stack will be affected by
the length of the pieces, i.e. 24" pieces stacked 4' high X
8' long would actually equal 1 + 1/2 face cords of our wood.
The reason being, a 24" piece of wood actually contains
another 1/2 piece or (8" extra). Please keep this in mind
when ordering custom cut lengths.
One theory on
the origin of the term FACE cord is thought, it was the
outer most stack of a full cord or the one FACING out.
Whatever the origin, it is a term that has taken hold in the
mid-Michigan area. In other parts of the country wood is
sold by the full cord and the 1/4 cord, 1/3 cord, 1/2 cord,
etc. I hope this little explanation helps clear up any
confusion and enhances your knowledge of firewood
measurements, thus making your buying experience more
comfortable. If you have further questions regarding the
measurement of firewood please contact Joe.
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