When most people think of firewood, they imagine logs of about 16 inches, either round or split into wedges. In fact, the standard way of measuring firewood, the cord, is based off of a log length of 16 inches, stacked in three rows arranged to fill an area 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 […]
Local Firewood is Responsible Firewood
Like many others, we are always on the lookout for opportunities to help the environment, choose sustainable products, and improve our local and global community. In fact, it was out of a desire to find a responsible use for the wood generated by tree trimming and removals that our owner, Amy Heath, started Burn This […]
What is “Elephant Wood” Kindling?
Burn This Firewood began as a sustainability effort by Texas Tree Surgeons. We are proud to partner with community organizations to help bring you premium, local, responsibly-sourced firewood. One of our favorite community partners is the Dallas Zoo. We assist with their habitat cleanup and brush haul away. Primarily, though, we collect branches that animals […]
Now’s The Time to Stock Up!
We haven’t had a cold snap yet, but winter will be here sooner than you think! Hopefully, we won’t have quite the weather we had in early 2021, but there should still be some chilly nights and days. While wood-burning stoves are not often used for heating in our area, North Texans know that the […]
Not Just For Burning…
All of our wood comes from local tree removals, and we sometimes get types of wood that are too nice to just burn. While black walnut is a dense hardwood that would make great firewood, when we recently got some dropped off, we reached out to people in our community who might make better use […]