Websites such as Angie's List and the Better Business Bureau put together lists of firewood providers in different regions. Many of the providers are tree or yard service businesses. You can also visit the websites of tree and yard service providers in your area to see whether they sell firewood.
Angie's List features reviews from website users who also rate individual firewood providers. Website visitors must sign up for an account in order to view individual provider ratings.
The Better Business Bureau's list of regional firewood providers includes each company's name, address, website (when applicable) and phone number. Entries also link to Google Maps. The BBB provides its own reviews and grades of providers, as well as customer reviews for some entries. A complaints page records complaints made against a company. You can also request quotes through the BBB website.
Some tree and yard service providers post information about firewood services. For example, Wallingford Tree Services has a page detailing firewood availability, prices, wood types and log sizes. Users can order from the company either by calling or filling out a website order form. Allan's Tree Service in Middlefield, Connecticut, sells wood leftover from the company's tree pruning, and its selections include full and half cords. The company also provides wood chips free of charge.