A cord is the measurement used for firewood. The official and standard full cord of firewood has a height of 4 feet, a width of 4 feet, a length of 8 feet and a volume of 128 cubic feet. There are other types of cords, v... More »

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A cord of wood measures 4 feet high, 4 feet wide and 8 feet long. Terms such as face cord, stove cord and furnace cord represent wood that is stacked 4 feet high and 8 feet long and less than 4 feet wide, according to th... More »

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Contacting your local County Extension Office is the best place to start when buying cords of firewood for the first time. The County Extension Office will provide information about pricing, wood species and quality, as ... More »

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The average price of delivered firewood ranges from $125 to $200 for a full cord. These prices vary depending on the local economy, the origin of the firewood, the type of wood, the size of the order and the distance fro... More »

A wood face cord, or, more conventionally, a face cord of wood, is a measurement of the amount of firewood in a stacked pile. A standard cord of firewood is a measure of volume, but a face cord only reckons the depth and... More »

Many companies, such as The Chimney Sweep and World Forest Industries, publish the average BTUs per cord of firewood for various hardwood and softwood species. In general, hardwoods, such as oak or eucalyptus, have highe... More »

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A cord is a quantity of cut firewood, usually defined as the amount of wood that fills a 128 cubic foot space, or an 8 by 4 by 4 foot stack. Since firewood is irregularly shaped, a cord of wood typically averages about 8... More »

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