Tree Reasons
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We pride ourselves on producing high quality seasoned firewood.

The main purpose in seasoning wood is to allow it to lose moisture content and the only way of establishing that is to measure it is to use a moisture meter. Most informed opinion is of the view that good quality firewood has to be at least below 25% moisture content and preferably below 20%.

Newly felled or unseasoned wood i.e. "green wood" is full of sap and a lot of the heat generated in burning it will be wasted in heating and evaporating the high level of moisture it still retains (as well as building up substances that can cause chimney fires).

Therefore you do not get the maximum calorific value from unseasoned and or green wood i.e. you get less heat from your fire or wood burner.