Some possible sources of free firewood include dead trees on local residential or business properties, logs on the roadside, downed trees, scraps from wood shops, and trees cleared for new construction. It is important t... More »

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Get firewood picked up for free by posting an ad in the Free section of the Craiglist.org site nearest you. You can sign up for an account and post an ad free of charge. More »

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Trees ?R? Us, Inc. delivers firewood free of charge to Chicago and parts of Wisconsin and Indiana, while FireMasters, Inc. delivers firewood for free to the Twin Cities area. American Lawn Irrigation, Inc. delivers firew... More »

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Compressed wood logs are made of sawdust and small scraps of wood compressed into log forms. These logs may be burned in home fireplaces just like normal firewood. More »

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The least expensive way to heat a house is by burning firewood in a wood stove. Once a wood stove is installed, the only yearly cost involved is the purchase of the wood itself. Some people cut and transport their own, w... More »

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The most affordable way to purchase firewood is to find a local wood yard and request pricing information for large orders. Because cords of wood take up so much space, shipping them lengthy distances is generally more e... More »

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Martin Hearth and Heating manufactures fireplaces, inserts, heaters and gas logs as well as other wood burning, b vent, direct vent and vent-free products. The Martin Hearth and Heating's products are manufactured by MHS... More »

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