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Cherry wood is one of the most popular woods to burn in fireplaces due to its pleasant, non-smoky aroma when its available. It is very east to split, tends to burn at a medium heat, and does not produce much smoke. However, it tends to spark a little more than the average hardwood and can cost a little more than the average wood.

 

One of the main reasons individuals choose cherry wood for their fires is the pleasing aroma, which is sweeter than other hardwoods without being cloying. You can burn cherry in a fireplace or wood stove in your home to add a bit of seasonal fragrance to your entire house.

 

Individuals also use cherry wood for cooking fires because the smoke imbues meats and vegetables with a unique flavor. You might purchase cherry wood for use in a smoker and pair the wood with slow-cooked ribs, for example.

 

Cherry is a slow burning wood that makes a good choice when you want long-lasting ambiance out of your fires. Use cherry indoors to bring crackling flames to the entire evening or outdoors to keep the fire roaring easily while everyone toasts marshmallows.

 

Cherry Firewood

PriceFrom $125.00
Excluding Sales Tax |
  • Schedule a delivery or if you prefer come on out to the wood yard and we will get you loaded up.

     

    Cherry

    BTU: 20 million per cord

    Weight: 2928 lbs. per cord dry

    Seasoning Time: 6-12 months

    Splitting Difficulty: Easy

    Smoky: Light

    Smell: Excellent

    Sparky: Few

    Ease of Starting: Moderate

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