Home Your Local Firewood Value!
My name is Jay Berry (aka Jay Bunyan) and I deliver dry, split, seasoned hardwood firewood to homeowners and businesses in the Tri-State area. In light of the current economic situation and surging home energy prices, firewood is quickly becoming an affordable and effective way to supply comfortable heat to your home. Gathering 'round a crackling fire in your woodburning stove or fireplace is also a great way to strengthen bonds with family and friends during the cooler months that lie ahead. I pledge to provide you with a quality product time after time!
Stacked Firewood No Fuss, No Muss!
Just place your order and I'll take care of the rest. Already have unprocessed firewood at your location? I can cut, split and stack it for you! Need stacking materials (wood racks, pallets, tarps, etc.?) Contact me for details. I'll be available weeknights after 6pm and anytime Saturdays. Rush deliveries are available for an additional charge. I look forward to serving you!
In addition to providing quality firewood and onsite woodsplitting, I am pleased to offer the following services:
- Downed Tree Removal
- Seasonal Cleanups
- Residential/Commercial Hauling (gravel, mulch, topsoil, etc.)
Tips Get It Started
Draft Be sure that your draft is going up the chimney and not down (or that your stove or pipe damper is open.) If the draft is going down, simply light some paper to get the hot air moving upward. In some cases, you may need chimney work
Dry tree bark, small sticks and pine cones are excellent fuel to get your fire going. I have an abundance of this material for $3.00 per box or two boxes for $5.00.
Start with a small amount of kindling to get your fire going. Once the smaller wood is burning strongly, add larger pieces until your desired blaze is reached.
Folklore Paul Bunyan
"Paul Bunyan is a mythological lumberjack who is usually believed to be a giant as well as a lumberjack of unusual skill. The character was first documented in the work of U.S. journalist James MacGillivray in 1910." quote from Wikipedia