Our wood is as dry as or drier than the day it came out of the kiln – great for good-burning fires.
We climb stairs and deal with elevators so that we can stack the wood in the place you want it. Let us know so we come prepared.
We do not dump and run. We park and unload the wood for you so you don’t have the hassle of dealing with meters or blocking the road.
As "The Firewood Concierge,” we pay close attention to getting the highest-quality firewood so you don’t have to work at keeping the fire going.
Processing, bundling and delivering firewood produces kindling-sized pieces that we bag and give to our customers to start their fires with, as any good Firewood Concierge would do.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions we can not provide stacking service. With a comprimised imune system we are very sensitive to our customers concerns and must currently avoid close contact with customers. We are a supplier of kiln-dried firewood in Eastern Massachusetts with a different approach: no-labor fires. We know you want a nice warm fire to relax in front of while you sit back and enjoy life. You aren’t the do-it-yourself lumberjack out there who has the time and access to woods to cut and haul your own firewood. To get from the forest to the fireplace, you have to handle each piece of wood about 10 times. We provide firewood "concierge" service. Scouring New England, we find sources of quality kiln-dried wood that consistently lights and burns well. Then we go the extra step. You call us and we place the wood neatly where you want it, stored close to the fireplace. Parking, alleys, stairs, basements, hallways and elevators are no problem. The only heavy lifting required for you is picking up the phone and calling us. Leave the rest to us. We will always deliver the amount you ordered, plus some. We are sorry to say right now we can not provide stacking services.
Face Cord Of Firewood Boston What is a Face Cord the Dimensions Explained. Ordering firewood customers often can not picture what a face cord of firewood looks like Paul Fulmour explaining what a face cord of firewood being stacked up with a full cord of wood for scale. For more firewood videos visit our video directoryStacking will be available again (When COVID-19 restrictions are removed)