Firewood White Birch
Birch Baby, Birch!
3 Log Bundle $45
Each piece of this wonderous timber is 16"-18" long and approximately 3" in diameter.
We offer Delivery of your Birch Logs, either Curbside or White Glove.
IMPORTANT: Changes Made To Firewood Delivery
White Glove Delivery Walk-Up Per Flight (If Applicable) $15
Certificate Of Insurance (COI) (If Required By Your Building) $25
If you reside in a Walk-Up and choose White Glove Delivery, there is an additional $15 fee for each flight.
You can go to our Delivery Page to see if White Glove Delivery Walk-Up Per Flight is applicable to your delivery.
If it is applicable, you will be required to add Walk-Up Per Flight here before proceeding to Checkout.
What is a COI?
Some buildings require a Certificate of Insurance (COI) for inside deliveries.
If that is the case with your building (you can check with your Super, Landlord or Building Management Company), we will require a COI.
We obtain the COI, you have to do nothing except let us know it is required by adding the COI line item to your Cart.
Your COI is active from March to March in any given calendar year.
We will keep your COI on file, and when the time comes for renewal we will inform you, or inform you the next time you place an Order and your COI needs renewal.
OK, onto the Birch Logs!
Birch logs have not been kiln dried or treated in any way, all natural, from Mother Earth!
Birch trees are small to medium trees that usually grow in lowland areas, and have shallow root systems.
They are known for their waterproof bark, which is white, thin and paper-like, with dark horizontal stripes.
Firewood is generally categorized as hardwoods and softwoods.
Birch is considered one of the best woods to burn in the Hardwood Family, along with Ash, Red Oak and Maple.
Did you know Birch Trees come in a variety of species, including yellow, black and red?
Birch Firewood produces 20.2 million BTUs per cord, giving it one of the highest energy contents in wood.
BTU is an acronym for British Thermal Unit.
It's a form of measurement that measures energy.
Who remembers this from Science Class?
One BTU refers to the amount of energy that's required to increase the temperature of a pound of water by 1° F.
Birch burns at a medium to high heat, and doesn’t release heavy smoke or sparks.
When burned, it radiates a romantic blue flame, and is often the wood of choice for decorators because of its unique beauty.
White Birch 3 Log Bunch 18" $45
White Glove Delivery Walk-Up Per Flight (If applicable) $15
COI (Certificate of Insurance) (If required by your building) $25