Types of Wood
We offer all different types of firewood including ash, red and white oak, hickory, pine, pecan, cherry and other hardwoods. Our average cut is about 16", and we offer custom cuts in any length or thickness (22", 24", etc.).
We sell our wood by the piece, bundle, 1/8 cord, 1/4 cord, 1/2 cord or full cord.
All of our firewood is locally harvested here in North Carolina.
Whether you're cooking, heating your home, entertaining friends with an outdoor fire pit, or something else with a need for high-quality wood, we'll have you covered! We offer the highest quality firewood that burns clean and long. All of our firewood is unprocessed, meaning that it is natural with zero chemicals or additives. Our wood is completely split and ready for use.
If you have questions about the specific wood best for your needs, do not hesitate to ask! We have over 50 years experience and we're experts on the best wood for your application.
Measurements of Wood
We sell our firewood by volume or by the piece. We sell bulk firewood in full cords, half cords, quarter cords, bundles, trunk loads, van loads, etc.
One Cord: 128 cubic feet (approx. two pickup truck beds rainbowed in middle)
Half Cord: 64 cubic feet (approx. one pickup truck bed rainbowed in middle)
Third Cord: 43 cubic feet
For firewood delivery, please call us for details or place an order on our website and we will contact you to discuss delivery price based on your location and amount of order.
Delivery pricing starts at $25 and increases based on your location.
Our trained delivery drivers are always on schedule and clean up neatly before leaving your location.
* TIP: One very important aspect of firewood is understanding moisture content. You don't want too much moisture in your wood because it won't burn as efficiently and will often times produce a lot of smoke during the burning process. Seasoned firewood ideally needs to be 25% or less moisture content, and usually takes around 9 months to reach, from the time it is first split. Green wood is a term used to describe wood that has recently been harvested from trees, and has not had time to dry out. Green wood typically contains around 70-85% moisture content, and will be harder to burn right away. You will want to store green wood for a season to let it dry out, so when purchasing green wood make sure you are planning for the time needed to dry before use.