Monday, November 26, 2018
Firewood Newsletter 2018 Online version
Once again we are offering quality seasoned firewood at reasonable prices.
I’m sending my firewood newsletter early this year. The current hot dry weather tends to make us all forget it will soon be wet and cold. Call now so when we finally get a good rain you can have your firewood ready to add warmth and cheer to your home.
Last year we fell short of our goal of providing a 50/50 mix of hard and soft woods and we are still a bit short. This year’s mix is going to run 60% pine and 40% hardwood.
Those of you who purchased from us before know all our woods burn well. Burning wet or improperly seasoned firewood produces a lot of extra smoke and soot and you will want to avoid that. We deliver seasoned dry wood, but how you store it will make a big difference in how it will burn.
It is very important to store your firewood so it will remain dry. Putting a cover over a woodpile is not enough. Dry wood will draw in moisture from the dew-filled night air. Firewood should be stored in a well-ventilated outdoor area protected from the elements.
We are offering three ways to buy mixed firewood this year:
$100 - quarter cord 60/40 pine/hardwood mix
$150 - half cord 60/40 pine/hardwood mix
$260 - full cord 60/40 pine/hardwood mix
We provide Free Local Delivery throughout the Crescenta Valley including Glendale, Montrose, La Cañada, Flintridge, La Crescenta, Tujunga, Sunland, Shadow Hills and Lakeview Terrace. There is a $20 charge for delivery outside of our local area.
Stacking is additional. Our current stacking prices start at $20 for a half cord if the stack is within 20 feet of where the pick-up truck is parked and 50 cents per step over 20 feet. For a full cord, the price is doubled.
Ask about good deals on limb logs and irregulars for camping and fire pits.
I still don’t do email. When you want to order or if you have any questions, please call.
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Happy New Year and God Bless - Dan Scully