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Barber Chair Tree

Barber Chair Tree: [Definition & Prevention Tips]

Barber Chair Tree About a week ago, I was out cutting down trees for firewood and I had an ash tree ‘barber chair”. That was the first time in my 10 years of doing this that, that happened. So, I wanted to learn if I did something wrong and what that would be and if …

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Best Smelling Firewood

Best Smelling Firewood: [The Top 5 Of All Time]

Best Smelling Firewood Did you ever wonder what the best smelling firewood is? There are so many different kinds of trees in this world, that it would be impossible to be able to get a sniff of all of them burning in your fireplace. Some trees only grow in certain parts of the world. So, …

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Mold On Firewood

Mold On Firewood [#1 Reason Why]

Mold On Firewood Got mold on your firewood? It happens. Everybody I know who burns wood in some way or fashion gets mold on their firewood. And it got me to wonder why this happens and if it’s ok to burn (I always burned it anyway. I figure, I worked to cut it, split and …

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Is Hickory Good Firewood

Is Hickory Good Firewood [Cutting, Splitting & Seasoning]

Hickory Firewood Hickory firewood is a well-known type of firewood. There is a good reason for it too. In this article, I’m going to cover all facets of the firewood, from cutting it and splitting it to seasoning time and even the BTU’s of hickory firewood. So, let’s get to it! Is Hickory Good Firewood? …

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Black Locust Firewood

Black Locust Firewood: [Is It Any Good?]

Black Locust Firewood Black locust firewood comes from the black locust tree which is a medium-sized deciduous hardwood tree and can get as tall as 80 feet. The black locust is a shade-intolerant tree and needs plenty of sunlight. It grows best in well-drained, moist soil made up of limestone The wood is extremely hard …

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Apple Firewood

Apple Firewood: Best Firewood Around?

Apple Firewood Are you thinking about burning apple firewood? Of course, you are or you wouldn’t be here. Well, I personally haven’t known many people who burn apple firewood for heating purposes. It is mostly used for cooking and making furniture. It’s a very sought after type of wood. People pay a good penny for …

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free firewood

Free Firewood-[Top 9 Places To Find It Near You]

Free Firewood-Top 9 Places To Find It Near You There really isn’t much better than a wood stove on a cold winter night. Not only do wood stoves provide a better source of heat, but they can save you an abundance of electricity. This is especially true if you are using an older heat pump. …

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osage orange firewood

Osage Orange Firewood {Everything You Need To Know}

Osage Orange Firewood Osage orange (scientific name: Maclura pomifera) is very dense firewood. Despite the word “orange” in its name, the tree displays no properties of citrus or orange whatsoever. It is well known for being the type of firewood that burns extremely hot. Hedge, horse apple or Bodark are some other commonly used names …

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How To Split Wood By Hand

How To Split Wood By Hand: [Using Wood Splitting Tools]

How To Split Wood By Hand Heating your home with firewood is definitely cost-effective. The only downside is that you’re going to be required to put in more work to keep your home heated. After all, you’ll need to go outside in the summer and chop down trees. Then, you’ll need to split the wood …

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BTU of Firewood

BTU Of Firewood: [Chart And Detailed Info]

BTU Of Firewood Firewood is mostly utilized to heat homes and campsites with no electricity access. The reason firewood is a great heating source is that it’s capable of producing high levels of BTU. The higher the BTU level, the more heat the firewood can produce. Whether you are interested in utilizing firewood to heat …

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