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 »

To calculate a cord of wood, stack the wood in a rectangular pile, then measure the length, width and height of the pile. A cord of wood is 128 cubic feet, so any measurement that equals this number can be considered a c... More »

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 »

A rick of wood, also known as a face cord, is typically 8 feet long and 4 feet high. The measurements can be different as long as it has a 32-square-foot face. More »

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 »

A cord of wood is approximately 8 feet long, 4 feet high and 4 feet wide. A cord of wood, or full or bush cord, is 128 cubic feet. More »

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 »