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Cord of Wood in Pittsburgh, PA

Settle in for a cozy evening at home in front of the fire with plenty of quality wood for burning. You can depend on Blystone Tree and Landscaping to supply you with a seasoned and split cord of wood in Pittsburgh, PA. As a tree company, we have plenty of available wood for you to kindle a bright blaze on a cold night. Contact us today for pick up or delivery of the cord of wood you require for your fireplace. Let our crew deliver right to your door in Pittsburgh, Crafton, Green Tree, Oakdale, or Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

Cord of Wood in Pittsburgh, PA

Cord of Wood Is the Standard Measure

A cord is a standard unit of measurement that equals 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet. However, wood for fireplaces is usually about 16 inches long. Confusion comes with cordwood sales because firewood is not sold in 4-foot units, so sometimes buyers do not know exactly how much wood they are getting.

Often wood is sold by the load that a pickup truck or other vehicle carries. In addition, you hear different names for units of firewood sales, such as face cord, stove cord, or furnace cord.

Trust Us for an Honest Measure of Cordwood

You can depend on our family company of three generations to serve you with honesty and courtesy. Each winter, we supply our friends and neighbors in the region, and they return to buy wood because we can be trusted. Ask us to deliver a cord of wood to your home for heating.

Putting Tree Trimmings to Good Use in Cordwood Sales

Count on us for a plentiful supply of dried wood. Our tree company, sells cordwood cut from trees we have removed or branches we have trimmed while on the job. We believe, and our customers agree, that this wood is put to good use in your fireplace.

Contact us today to buy seasoned cordwood for your fireplace. You can pick up your wood or let us deliver it to your home in Pittsburgh, Crafton, Green Tree, Oakdale, or Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania.