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Lumber Jill Firewood

"I season my steak, I kiln dry my firewood."

A note to my valued customers:

I have been informed by several customers that there are others in the area trying to "market" their firewood as kiln dried. For years, I have avoided participating in the, what I call, "firewood wars."  Every winter, "firewood operators" trying to sell wood, get online and bash each other and give dissertations about what a cord of wood is, etc.  I really only have to manage myself and provide the best product and customer service. However, this year it has reached a new low. 

As flattered as I am that operators seem to be trying to grab hold of my boot laces and offer kiln dried wood, I assure you all that Lumber Jill Firewood is the only company with certified kiln dried wood who delivers to homes in the area. To this end, each customer will receive upon request: a certificate of authenticity of sorts with each delivered load. This paperwork will be a copy of the actual report generated by the kiln that would be presented to the State of North Carolina Plant Industry Inspector, if my kiln were to be inspected.  I will be providing a link to the NC Department on Agriculture and Consumer Services that shows all certified kilns in NC. 

As I said, I have avoided the rants of the firewood wars. My product speaks for itself so I needn't say more. Now, back to the facts. Thanks!

Fact :  Certified Kiln Dried firewood yields insect and pathogen free firewood and eliminates the risk of the spread of pathogens and insects into uninfested areas.

Fact:  Certified Kiln Dried firewood eliminates the risk of introducing insects from firewood into the structure of your home.

Fact:  Certified Kiln Dried firewood is the most dry firewood available.  You can not "air dry" or "season" firewood anywere close to what a kiln provides. 

Fact:  Certified Kiln Dried requirements are 140 degrees for 40 consecutive minutes.  My personal standard is much more stringent that these numbers.  I will stop there to avoid giving away proprietary information. 

I hope this information has been informative and I will now get back to what I do, keeping Western North Carolina area families warm. 

Warmest Regards,
Lumber Jill

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