Originally Posted by Rose
Burn in bonfire. Crappy for wood heat.
Can I say crappy on this board?
YEAH REAL CRAPPY just drop it off at my place cut and split and i will take it off your hands
it is a hard wood , it is actualy a fairly dence hardwood , very wet wen first cut but it was used for pegs because of it's minimal shrinkage
would i pay top dollar for it , no , but if it is fully aged it will pose no risk of creasoling up your chimny when burned properly
"garbage wood " burns just fine , pine to if it is dry and you are carfull about loading a peice here and there and not stuffing a stove full and walking away
i personaly have 1 1/2 cord of muberry in my pile that i cut this spring along with boxelder , ash , read oak , maple , poplar ,cotton wood and apple
if you are buying wood that is one thing btu value per cord is very important you want to get the most btu for your dollar
but if it is a free as in already cut and split or a free for the cutting tree then if it is 50,000 btu less than oak for the cord then no big deal
this would be like turning down a free tankfull of e85 in your flex fule car because you get less milage out of it so you can go pay for a tank of petro fule , who cares if you get 10% fewer mile out of it it was free.