Cut and split, this firewood has not been seasoned
or kiln dried. This type of wood is not ready to burn
immediately and would result in a smoky fire, and a lot of
Cut and split firewood that has been left out in the
elements for about 9 months. Should have <20% moisture
content, and the pieces should be fairly lightweight.
Cut and split firewood that has been baked in a kiln to
reduce moisture content. It has been heat treated above 165 degrees for longer than 75 minutes, is New York approved, pest free, and in compliance with all state and federal laws regulating the processing and movement of firewood.
Usually cleaner than seasoned wood, kiln dried firewood is
Cut and split firewood that has no bark on it. This is
typically very clean wood, and it dries faster without the
bark. This type of firewood usually contains ash, beech, birch, and other woods
with a thin bark (not usually oak).
Sawdust that is compressed into a "log" and held together
with a type of resin. This is not "real firewood".
Characterized by its packaging, this product can absolutely
not get wet or it will fall apart. These logs give off more
heat than typical firewood, but not many of the other "cozy"
characteristics. Very expensive.