• DO YOU NEED
    FIREWOOD?
    Brandon Wells Firewood Company is a professional supplier
    of cut and split firewood with a commitment to consistent quality,
    competitive pricing and top-notch customer service.


Brandon Wells Firewood Company

Brandon Wells Firewood strives to offer the Vermont's Northeast Kingdom the most consistent quality in product, price, and customer service, selling cut and split firewood, delivered at your convenience. All of our wood is sourced locally from selected logs with close attention paid to cord sizing and quality. We service and deliver free of charge anywhere within Caledonia County, Vermont. For delivery in Washington, Orange, Essex, Lamoille and Orleans counties, please contact us for pricing.

Three Pricing Plans We Offer

Green$325

  • PER CORD (MUST ORDER 2 CORD MINIMUM)
  • Mostly hard maple firewood that is cut and split to your liking, containing significantly more water than dry wood. This can be cut between 16" and 24", and split to whatever diameter you desire.
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Semi-Seasoned

  • SOLD OUT
    PER CORD (MUST ORDER 2 CORD MINIMUM)
  • Mostly hard maple firewood cut and split into lengths of 16", 18", and 24". It contains a water content of approximately 25% - 35%.

Dry

  • SOLD OUT
    PER CORD (MUST ORDER 2 CORD MINIMUM)
  • Mostly hard maple firewood cut and split into lengths of 16", 18", and 24". It contains a water content of approximately 20% and is ready to burn as soon as it is delivered to your home.

Delivery to Caledonia, Washington, Orange, Essex, Lamoille and Orleans Counties of Vermont.

We service and deliver free of charge anywhere within Caledonia County. (Some areas of these counties may require an extra charge depending on your location). Outside this area, please contact us for exact pricing.


Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some questions to help the process of buying firewood.

Not true. There can be a very significant difference in the quantity of wood you actually get depending on whether your provider uses a “stacked” or “loose” cord. When a cord is in a loose, jumbled pile, the logs take up more volume than they would in an organized or stacked cord, which means that the same 128 cubic feet can actually contain a lot less wood. At Brandon Wells Firewood, we deliver loose cords measured to 196 cubic feet. Why the extra 45%? To make sure you get a full stacked cord for your money.

Measuring wood by the truck load can be misleading. A cord of wood should measure 4’ by 4’ by 8’ stacked. Most pick-up truck beds hold only a half to two-thirds of that amount. If you’ve ordered a cord of wood, it should be delivered in either a dump truck or a standard pick-up truck with a high-sided bed. If that’s not what pulls in your driveway, you may be getting less than you bargained for.

Hardwood comes from deciduous trees - those that lose their leaves every year - while softwood comes from needle-bearing trees such as pine or spruce. You may have seen cords of softwood advertised at lower prices, which can be tempting to budget-conscious shoppers. But hardwood has an advantage over softwood when it comes to burning in several ways. First of all, it naturally has a lower moisture content. It’s also more dense than softwood, which gives it a higher potential energy. Softwood also tends to produce far more smoke and can lead to creosote buildup and an increased risk of chimney fire.

Seasoned hardwood is far preferable to softwood or green wood for burning, but there’s additional variation within properly dried hardwoods when it comes to efficiency. Maple, for example, offers 27,300 BTU of heating power per cord, as opposed to White Birch, which contains 22,100 BTU. If there are a variety of types of hardwoods on offer, do your research or ask your firewood provider about which would be the most efficient choice to heat your home from the harsh Vermont winters.