Local Firewood

Currently we are out of stock of local firewood. Please check back.

Firewood starts with a take-down

Our firewood is a blend of well seasoned hardwoods including cherry, oak, maple, beech, locust and occasional mulberry. Because of the abundance of Poplar in this area, we'll have that too and some hickory, walnut, and ash and elm. 

At K Thomas LLC, we make every attempt to deliver straight logs from tree removals to the a mill, or to leave them with customers for their own uses. Some folks cannot make use of their wood, and we pass it on to our firewood department.

The cost of our firewood is in the handling. We insure that all wood is properly stored out of weather, but with excellent airflow. All wood we have for sale at this time has been well seasoned and is ready for a match. More on pricing & inspecting wood...

Cut and ready for splitting


When you are ready for a delivery also have a dry area prepared to keep the wood off the ground and out of the elements. If you do not have a porch or rack for shelter, asphalt, bricks, or older lumber can be used to keep the very dry wood from sucking moisture from the ground and ruining it.

In addition a tarp or piece of lightweight roofing that drains will keep the stack dry. However creative you are, just keep it dry from the bottom and the top. Covering all the sides is not advisable, as moisture that rises up from the ground can be trapped under a tarp, to be absorbed by the wood.

Be well, and stay warm. Call us at 434-244-0560 for Firewood sales. 

Heat values of woods are available at Utah State Extension

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434-244-0560
K THOMAS LAWSON LLC
Charlottesville Va, Tree Service

K Thomas Lawson, ISA Certified Arborist® No. MA-0305A
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Check this out!  what can a 24 inch diameter Northern Red Oak in your yard* do this year?

Your tree will:

  • Intercept 7,129 gallons of storm-water runoff

  • Raise the property value by $98 per year
  • Add 509 square feet of Leaf Surface Area
  • Conserve 208 kilowatt/hours of electricity for cooling
  • Reduce air temperatures around and below it
  • Intercept particulates like dust, ash & smoke
  • Absorb pollutants like ozone, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide
  • Reduce atmospheric carbon by 902 pounds.

Wow, let’s take care of those trees

  • Prune to maintain health;
  • Remove before they are too dangerous for you and your property!

 

*Charlottesville geographic region

This calculation was done at www.treebenefits.com


Red Oak in Charlottesville VA