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Best Firewood

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The best-burning woods for your fireplace, wood stove, or outdoor chimney

Rated 0 points - posted 6 years ago by phdlist in category Home.
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Hickory Report Abuse
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Elm Report Abuse
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White oak Report Abuse
White oak offers a lot of heat and not as smoky when well-seasoned.
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Ash Report Abuse
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Hard maple Report Abuse
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Fir Report Abuse
Fir is great for short, hot fires.
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Spruce Report Abuse
This softwood provides good heat but burns quickly.
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Dogwood Report Abuse
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Pinion pine Report Abuse
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Walnut Report Abuse
Walnut offers a good amount of heat, but not as much as the first ten on this list.
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Cherry Report Abuse
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Aspen Report Abuse
Aspen is better as kindling than as primary burning wood.
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Birch Report Abuse
This is one of the best-burning woods you can buy, and birch bark makes for excellent kindling.
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