Q - How much
firewood should I buy?
A - If you are heating a new home (well insulated) with a
new efficient stove, the average home will use approximately
6 cords for the winter.
Q - What kind of wood does Treehugger Farms sell?
A - We sell hardwood: oak, maple, ash, beech, birch and
Q - How much wood is in a cord?
A - A cord of wood stacked is 128 cubic feet (LxWxH=cf).
Q - What length is the firewood?
A - All our wood is cut to 16" lengths. If you need a
special cut 14"-24" we can do special cut orders in the
spring up to July 1st.
Q - How do I order?
A - You can order on-line, by fax or by phone. You will be
asked for directions to your home and you will be given a
date and approximate time for delivery.
Q - Where should I store the wood?
A - Store the wood in stacked piles that are covered and off
the ground (allow air to pass over the wood to promote
faster drying). A wood shed is recommended.
Q - Is there a minimum for a delivery?
A - Yes. A local delivery has a 1 cord minimum. Some towns
have a 2 or 3 cord minimum. Check our price sheet to find
Q - Can I pick up wood with my own truck?
A - Yes. You can pick up any amount of wood from a trunk or
truck load to a tractor trailer load.
Q - What are your hours of operation?
A - Monday thru Friday 9 am - 5 pm and Saturday 9 am - 1 pm.