Connecticut Firewood Delivery Services
Libby Property Maintenance offers seasoned, freshly-cut firewood delivered in and around Essex, CT.
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Firewood from Libby Property Maintenance is cut custom or by the cord. All firewood arrives in a durable, weather-resistant bag—free delivery within 10 miles of Essex, CT. Firewood FAQs: ▪️ How much firewood is in a cord of wood? ➖ The measurement for cut wood is called a cord. A full cord of wood contains 128 cubic feet of firewood. What does that mean, though? According to the United States Forest Service, a standard, full cord of wood is an 8 ft long x 4 ft wide x 4 ft high stack (or almost 5,000 lbs. of firewood!). If that sounds like (way) too much wood for your needs, we offer bags of firewood and fractions of cords! Whatever your firewood needs, we can accommodate you. ▪️ What is seasoned firewood? ➖ Seasoned firewood sounds fancy, but all it is is wood that's been dried to burn optimally in a fire–it's been seasoned for a season! Seasoned firewood has been dried for at least six months and has a moisture content "in the 20% range or lower" (per "How to Buy Firewood" by the CT Department of Consumer Protection). ▪️ What is green firewood? ➖ Green firewood is cut wood with a high moisture content–it's firewood before it's seasoned (and before it can be burned). But if you're the type of person who likes to season firewood to their own liking, green firewood is for you! One tip from Northeast Nursery–don't cover green firewood, it prevents the wood from drying properly. ▪️ Do you have log-length wood? ➖ Yes! If you prefer to split your own wood, log length is the right option. Or, if you want different lengths of firewood for various purposes, log length firewood could be the solution you've been searching for. ▪️ What is the best way to store firewood? ➖ The best way to store firewood is elevated, stacked, and covered. You should stack your firewood in a convenient location that is NOT on grass (you don't want your wood to rot). If possible, store wood somewhere that's sheltered from the direct elements (think covered porch or carport). If not, covering the stack with a snug and secure tarp will also do the trick.
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