Firewood Supplier for Kamas, UT
If you’re in search of a dependable firewood supplier near Kamas, UT, look no further than B D Firewood & Snow Removal. Our supply yard is located in Park City and we offer firewood delivery in a 20-mile radius. We’re a perfect fit for those residing in Kamas and many enjoy the services we provide. If you need to get firewood for your fireplace, your wood burning stove or even for your backyard fire pit, turn to B D Firewood & Snow Removal. We’re your regional firewood supplier.
What is the benefit of having a professional firewood supplier locally? At B D Firewood & Snow Removal, we ensure that all of our wood is ready to use once you get it, which means there is no work on your part. All of our wood is split and seasoned, so all you have to do is put it in your fireplace. We also make sure that it is dry and in the perfect condition to burn correctly. This is an effective approach because the wood will burn a lot more cleanly. We believe this is an important step and we make sure that harmful fumes are significantly reduced.
Select from Piñon, Cedar or Pine Firewood*
4 feet high x 5 feet long x 18 inches deep
4 feet high x 10 feet long x 18 inches deep
1 FULL CORD
4 feet high x 20 feet long x 18 inches deep
*Availability subject to change based on current inventory.
Piñon is a very popular option for firewood. It has a high rating in regard to BTU output and it burns hot. Most people will agree that the piney aroma piñon puts off is quite pleasant too. As part of the pine family, piñon is classified as a softwood. However, for being a softwood, it is a lot harder and denser in comparison to pine. Piñon is also a natural insect repellent, which makes it an excellent option for campfires or backyard fire pits.
Cedar is another popular option. It is also a hard, softwood and has a unique aroma that people like. One thing that people love about cedar is that it pops and spits sparks. So as a fireplace wood, many people like the ambiance that cedar provides and it burns long and hot.
Pine is quite soft, so it burns faster in comparison to cedar and piñon. However, it has two advantages that people love— it’s easy to ignite and it burns clean.