Firewood Sales spike in NB

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Victoria Firewood |

N.B. sees spike in woodstove, firewood sales after ice storm, outages The combination of cold temperatures and long power outages in New Brunswick is driving many homeowners to turn to an old-fashioned heat source. People who sell woodstoves and firewood say there has been a spike in demand this winter. Vic Williams burns a lot of wood every winter. His outdoor wood burner heats his house and two garages and this year it has been working...

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Order Firewood Early

Posted by on Jan 5, 2014 in Victoria Firewood |

Order Your Firewood Early LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) -As the cold weather arrives more people will be lighting up their fire places. If this is your first winter using firewood for heat, you are probably realizing that you should order your firewood early. Harper Tree Service in Lee County says they’ve received some last minute callers wanting firewood for this week. They say most of their firewood is already sold to their regular customers....

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Fire Safety Tips – The Fire Is So Delightful

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Victoria Firewood |

Fire Safety Tips Many Victorians enjoy their fireplaces this winter. There are many places to purchase firewood, but also we need to be careful this winter season. If you are a lucky resident of Victoria with a fireplace or insert, this winter you get to enjoy the warmth of a fire in your home. If you have a gas fireplace, you are lucky enough to not need wood, but for wood burning fireplaces there are many key details you need to take into...

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Kiln Dried Firewood is Better

Posted by on Dec 10, 2013 in Victoria Firewood |

Our Kiln Dried Firewood Is Better By Victoria Dubois – Contributor to Victoria Firewood People often ask if wood burns the same if it seasoned naturally or kiln dried. The answer is that a log seasoned to 14% naturally vs 14% in a kiln will burn the same. The problem is having a consistent supply of firewood that is naturally seasoned is next to impossible. Getting seasoned firewood may seem like a simple process of leaving a few logs out...

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