For Marc Cardinali, food and family have always been inseparable. His Italian grandmother sang her recipes while she cooked, and now Marc reminisces about this when he prepares a meal. All the herbs and vegetables the family needed came from the backyard garden Marc’s grandfather tended with expertise. Marc walked the garden as a toddler. His grandparents thought they were babysitting, but they were teaching the boy about vines and the earth and the root of flavour.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Stacking Included with Delivery?
We deliver the wood clean and stacked in a mesh bag to your driveway. For an additional cost, we can stack your order in an area of your choice. This option can be discussed and quoted at the time of your purchase.
What do we do with the mesh bag?
A $25 deposit on the mesh bag will be credited to you upon returned to our warehouse. if we pick up you forfeit the deposit.
What is measurement of Firewood?
A 1/4 cord of firewood is an amount of wood that fills a space equal to 4 feet high, 6 feet long, and 16" (Log) or 32 Cubic Feet.
A 1/3 cord of firewood is an amount of wood that fills a space equal to 4 feet high, 8 feet long, and 16" (Log) or 42 Cubic Feet.
A 1/2 cord of firewood is an amount of wood that fills a space equal to 4 feet high, 12 feet long, and 16" (Log) or 64 Cubic Feet.
A full cord of firewood is an amount of wood that fills a space equal to 4 feet high,8 feet long, and 4 feet deep or 128 Cubic Feet.
What is the difference softwood and hardwood?
Softwoods are less dense and produce more smoke which is a better choice for outside use. Hardwoods provide a longer burning and hotter fire which makes them a better choice for indoor use. When using wood for cooking, we would suggest a hardwood. Hardwood also creates less creosote build-up in your chimney.
What size is the wood?
All the firewood is cut into 16” pieces and then chopped into manageable sizes for all fireplaces. The smaller sized wood that doesn’t need to be chopped is less than 5” in circumference.
What is the difference between inexpensive firewood and expensive firewood?
Inexpensive firewood is usually an unseasoned option. It is typically harder to light, keep lit, and produces sparks and spit while burning. An unseen result from the use of inexpensive firewood can lead to creosote build-up in your chimney. More expensive firewood will ignite easier and burn longer, giving you a better value.