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The wood is as described, is split into easily handled pieces that fit my fireplace, and burn well.
I had left instructions that the wood be placed in the driveway so I could split and stack it beside the driveway. We have a wide gate that opens up but from what my niece said, the delivery man's trailer wouldn't fit in the driveway so the wood was dumped on the grass in front of the gate.
Because I have a hydraulic wood splitter, a
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I wish I could demonstrate with a video the difficulty I've had with this "seasoned at least 4 - 7 months" wood. The wood is totally green and won't burn. I have been able to split a couple of pieces but it isn't worth the time or effort.
Seasoned wood will pop apart when it is split. But this wood must be torn apart, the fibers ripped from each side to separate them into pieces. Remember, I have a hydraulic splitter capable of exerting 4 tons of pressure. Works great on real firewood but not this stuff.
I drove a wood grenade splitting wedge into a couple of these rounds. Water juices out and runs off of the round as it is driven in, and it must be driven in until it cannot be struck anymore before the wood begins to split. Once it's driven in that far and the wood has not yet split, other tools must be used to try to get the round split. Using a slide-hammer wood splitter has helped, but on the 3 or 4 rounds I've tried to get apart I have had to use all of the tools I have to attempt retrieval of the wood grenade and to get the wood to split.
Yesterday, I worked for 50 minutes on one "round" and managed only to get a couple of small chunks to break off of the "round". I put round in italics because this impenetrable chunk of wood is really two trunks together with at least five branches radiating off the sides. It's still there in the driveway because I wore out attempting for close to an hour to get it split.
I emailed the company, leaving my email address and my phone number and saying that I'd like them to come back, give me back my money except whatever they felt was fair for gas to get here. I haven't heard back from them yet.
I feel that WWW.
They delivered them on pallets, and I got the quantity I paid for, although one
The fir is a little ragged, with things sticking out all over it, hard to stack, but is well-seasoned and burns well. The cherry is more even, and most are not split as these are smaller circumfrence trees and most are under 6 inches across. Both woods are seasoned, and the right size for burning, if a little short. Most wood should be cut 12-16 inches long by industry standards, so this would fall a little below that, but at least you are getting a full cord.
I will be buying my wood from them again next year, and would recommend using them."
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