Cheap ways to get firewood include searching online, purchasing a firewood permit, visiting the local sawmill and scavenging. Some firewood sellers do not advertise selling in bulk so it is a good idea to ask if that is a possibility.Continue Reading
Online local classifieds such as Craigslist are great places to find cheap and even free firewood. Be sure to ask about the quantity and quality of the wood before making a commitment to buy or purchase.
Purchasing a firewood permit is a great way to save on heating costs. Such a permit allows the owner to cut firewood on public land, mainly trees and dead-falls. It is important to understand the rules and regulations before cutting because they vary from one piece of land to another.
Local pellet factories and sawmills can be a source of cheap firewood in form of tailings and slab wood. Many sawmills however do not advertise firewood for sale, so call the office and inquire.
Lastly, scavenging can be a great source of free firewood. Trees leftover from land development and constructions are a good place to start. Other sources include dead-falls and blow-downs. Ask for permission from the land owner before collecting the wood. Some places may also require a permit to for scavenging.Learn more about Heating & Cooling