It burns longer and hotter. The bark of a tree also contains moisture, which can slow down the burning process. Barkless firewood burns hotter and more efficiently, which means you get more heat from your fire.
It burns cleaner. The bark of a tree contains resins and other compounds that can create creosote, a sticky, black substance that can build up in chimneys and fireplaces. Creosote is a fire hazard, and it can also produce harmful fumes. Barkless firewood burns cleaner and produces less creosote.
Dirt-covered wood or firewood with fungus and mold do not burn cleanly. Low-quality firewood can also harbor pests, like borers, ants, beetles, and termites, which can infiltrate your home. Our firewood is clean and always free of mold and insects, and it looks stylish when stacked and displayed.