Firewood For Sale In Rockland County & Northern Bergen
Each year, Suffern Tree Service gets more than a few calls from homeowners about firewood they’ve received from other firewood suppliers in Rockland County and Northern Bergen. The wood just doesn’t burn! It smokes and smolders, but that’s about it. When we bring them a cord of our wood, we point out the differences. Their wood is green and often it’s not split finely enough to produce a quality fire.
Suffern Tree Sells Only High-Quality Firewood
Andrew Owen, Suffern Tree’s president, guarantees his firewood. If you have any trouble burning it, just call him, and he’ll come over and personally burn it in your fireplace. Often new homeowners just aren’t skilled at getting a fire started, and education is one of the services we offer.
The average homeowner does not give much thought to their firewood. For the most part, if it burns their mind goes to other things besides firewood. By the way, many people in both Rockland County and Northern Bergen search under the term “fire wood”; it is actually one word. Whether you call it fire wood or firewood, here a few things you should consider before purchasing.
5 Things To Consider Before You Say Yes To Anyone Selling Firewood Especially In Northern Bergen Or Rockland County
A Public Service Notice For Your Information: NYS Quarantine On The Emerald Ash Borer
Burn it where you Buy It ! NYS Quarantine on The Emerald Ash Borer
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation enforces regulations that govern the movement of all firewood, not just ash wood. There is a restriction covering the interstate movement of untreated firewood to no more than a 50-mile radius from its source.
New York State has a quarantine to prevent the spread of the invasive Emerald Ash Borer, a tree-killing beetle. Native to Asia, EAB was likely introduced to the area in the mid-1990’s in ash wood used for shipping pallets and packing materials in cargo ships or shipping containers. The Emerald Ash Borer feeds on and will eventually kill all native ash trees. Slowing their spread is imperative.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation enforces regulations that govern the movement of all firewood, not just ash wood. There is a restriction covering interstate movement of untreated firewood to no more than a 50 mile radius from its source.
Learn more at the New York State DEC website.
Suffern Tree Service Delivering Quality Firewood To Rockland County & Northern Bergen Since 1978
All of our firewood comes from jobs we perform locally, and our entire service area is within a 50-mile radius, so you never have to worry about the above issues. We are dedicated to delivering the finest firewood possible. We treat our customers like neighbors. If you live in Rockland County or Northern Bergen and want excellent firewood, call Suffern Tree Service at 845-353-4505 – you’ll be glad you did