Kiln Dried Firewood

Ready to Burn Immediately – No Seasoning Required

Due to high demand please call the office to place your order.

Kiln dried firewood pick up is now limited to Saturdays only 9am -1pm.
First come first served

1 cord maximum per customer.

603-399-8454

OUR BEST FIREWOOD

Kiln dried firewood is ready to burn immediately with no seasoning required.

Our USDA certified kiln dried firewood is the finest wood on the market, providing easy burning fires and maximum Btu’s. We use specialized firewood kilns that monitor and cook the wood in temperatures above 200 deg F. The moisture content of the firewood is then reduced to below 20%, allowing the most efficient, clean burning wood available. Using Treehugger Farms kiln dried firewood helps minimize the spread of invasive insects to your home and our local forest.

  • All our firewood is hard wood; there is a mixture of species consisting of oak, maple, beech, and birch.
  • 16″ is standard cut of wood

Firewood – Delivery or Pick-up

At Treehugger Farms, we deliver firewood by the cord.  You can have the firewood delivered, or you can arrange for pickup. Bring your own truck and You only pay for what you take. Please see our products pages for delivery options and prices.

Kiln dried firewood pick up is now limited to Saturdays only 9am -1pm.

First come first served

1 cord maximum per customer.

We offer Self Pick-up Firewood

KILN-DRIED PICKED UP PRICES:
Per Cord $360.00
Stacked In: $2.81/CF
Loose: $2.15/CF

Bring your own truck or trailer
Saturdays Only: 9am – 1pm
First Come First Served
1 cord max per customer

Order your Kiln Dried firewood delivery online!

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Due to high demand please call the office to place your order.

603-399-8454

Area One

Keene
Westmoreland

1 cord

$380

$380.00Add to cart

2 cord

$760

$760.00Add to cart

3 cord

$1140

$1,140.00Add to cart

Area Two

Alstead
Chesterfield
Gilsum
Harrisville
Hinsdale
Langdon
Marlborough
Roxbury
Spofford
Sullivan
Surry
Swanzey
Walpole

Bellows Falls VT
Putney VT
Saxtons River VT
Westminster, VT
Westminster West, VT

1 cord

$395

$395.00Add to cart

2 cord

$790

$790.00Add to cart

3 cord

$1185

$1,185.00Add to cart

Area Three

Charlestown
Dublin
Fitzwilliam
Marlow
Nelson
Richmond
Rindge
Rockingham
Stoddard
Troy
Winchester

Brattleboro VT

1 cord 

NOT AVAILABLE


2 cord

$810

$810.00Add to cart

3 cord

$1220

$1,220.00Add to cart

Area Four

Antrim
Hancock
Hillsborough
Jaffrey
Peterborough

Chester, VT
Dummerston, VT
Guilford, VT

1 cord

NOT AVAILABLE


2 cord 

$835

$835.00Add to cart

3 cord

$1250

$1,250.00Add to cart

What happened to debarked firewood?

In 2008 Treehugger farms introduced the debarking of firewood to our operation , in an effort to make firewood a little cleaner the debarker made a difference. The sale of the unprocessed bark from the debarker paid for the cost of running the machine, and it gave the...

What does it mean to be an approved heat treating facility?

We are a USDA approved heat treating facility in compliance with all federal and state laws regarding heat treatment and the movement of firewood. Our facility undergoes an annual renewal process with the USDA to verify heat treatment...

How is our firewood envirionmentally friendly?

Our kiln dried firewood burns efficiently, producing more heat and less smoke per cord. Our firewood is sourced locally with professional logging crews, that practice sustainable forestry. All of our firewood is hardwood consisting of oak, maple, beech, and...

How much wood is in a cord? And How Much Should I Buy?

  How much wood is in a cord? A cord of wood stacked is 128 cubic feet (L x W x H=cf). How much wood should I buy? 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. If you...

Where Should I Store My Firewood?

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. Choose a spot where you can easily access the wood from your home. When it’s cold and snowing, you don’t want to...