Green wood is wood that has been fresh cut from a live tree and is still full of sap, which is mostly water, containing a moisture content of over 50%. It needs to be dried (seasoned) before burning.
Seasoned wood is wood that has been cut and then left to cure so the sap evaporates out of the wood, making it dry enough to burn efficiently.
After being cut and split, wood usually takes 6-9 months to fully season, depending on where the wood is stored and other factors, such as exposure to rain and snow.
We do not cut trees or clear lots. Our tree length is purchased through various logging companies throughout the state. We do not purchase wood from residents.
Due to insurance purposes, we do not allow personal vehicles, such as pick up trucks or trailers into our wood yard.