Hardwood and soft Firewood

$215.00

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Hardwood and soft Firewood

We mix for you the best of the best hardwood Southern California has to offer.

Each one comes with our unparalleled guarantees of performance and quality.

Free local delivery and inexpensive stacking for orders of 1/4, 1/2 and 1 cord (conditions apply).

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Hardwood and soft Firewood

Firewood is typically classified as either hardwood or softwood, based on the type of tree it comes from. Here are some differences between hardwood and softwood firewood:

Hardwood Firewood:

  1. Hardwood firewood comes from deciduous trees, such as oak, maple, birch, or hickory.
  2. Hardwood firewood is denser and heavier than softwood firewood, which means that it burns more slowly and with a longer, hotter flame.
  3. Hardwood firewood produces less smoke and sparks than softwood firewood, which makes it a good choice for indoor use in wood-burning stoves or fireplaces.
  4. Hardwood firewood can be more difficult to split and may require more effort to cut and stack.
  5. Hardwood firewood is often more expensive than softwood firewood, but it burns longer and produces more heat, which can make it more cost-effective in the long run.

Softwood Firewood:

  1. Softwood firewood comes from coniferous trees, such as pine, spruce, or fir.
  2. Softwood firewood is less dense and lighter than hardwood firewood, which means that it burns more quickly and with a shorter, cooler flame.
  3. Softwood firewood produces more smoke and sparks than hardwood firewood, which can make it less suitable for indoor use.
  4. Softwood firewood is easier to split and may require less effort to cut and stack.
  5. Softwood firewood is often less expensive than hardwood firewood, but it burns faster and produces less heat, which can make it less cost-effective in the long run.

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