Annual Firewood Sale







How big is a cord of firewood?

A quarter cord of stacked firewood is 32 cubic feet, and typically measures 4'x4'x2'.
It is approximately equivalent to a partial full-size pickup truck load.

A half cord of stacked firewood is 64 cubic feet, and typically measures 4'x4'x4'.
It is approximately equivalent to one full-size pickup truck load.

A full cord of stacked firewood is 128 cubic feet, and typically measures 4'x4'x8'.
It is approximately equivalent to two full-size pickup truck loads.

Cubic feet is obtained by multiplying the length times the depth times the height of the wood.
Measurements taken in inches can be converted into cubic feet by dividing by 1,728.
















































The cord (not the pickup truck load) is the only legal unit of measure for sales of firewood in California.
A cord (like other measurements such as a foot, a gallon, or a ton) is defined by law.
Please contact us immediately if you feel the quantity of wood delivered to your home does not "measure up".