At Premier Firewood Company™, we’re proud to serve a wide range of local communities and areas with our firewood delivery. We’re often asked where we deliver and if we deliver to one city or the next. We deliver our firewood to Westchester County, New York and Fairfield County, Connecticut. We’re happy to deliver our firewood to homes and businesses alike. Many people throughout NY and CT make use of our convenient delivery services, our fantastic prices, and our high quality firewood which is clean, bug free and burns great. We might already be delivering to your neighbor! We also provide additional services in conjunction with our firewood delivery. Connecticut and New York homeowners can kick back and relax as we do the stacking for you, and we can even deliver a rack with a Velcro top for hassle-free, safe and dry storage. If firewood delivered to your home while you sit back and enjoy a warm cup of coffee or hot chocolate is something that interests you, then read more about our firewood delivery service areas below.
Firewood Delivery Connecticut in Fairfield County and Westchester County, New York
Offering firewood delivery in Connecticut, including towns in Fairfield County such as Stamford, New Canaan, Westport, Norwalk, Darien and Greenwich. Premier also offers firewood delivery to Westchester County, NY, including Rye, Larchmont, Bronxville, Scarsdale, and more.
Delivery In CT and NY
Fairfield County, CT & Westchester County, NY Fairfield County in Connecticut with cities like Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Westport and more are right within our service area. We also serve Westchester County in New York.
How to Order the Right Amount of Firewood
Whether you like the ambiance of a crackling fire or supplement your home heat with cheerful flames during cold months, you’ll need wood to fuel your fireplace come winter. Precut wood appropriate for fireplaces, wood-burning stoves and outdoor fire pits saves you the hassle of scavenging appropriate fuel yourself, and Premier Firewood adds to the convenience by delivering and stacking it for you. But to get your money’s worth and avoid waste and rot, it’s important to know just how much firewood to buy.
Full Cord vs Face Cord
Firewood is typically sold by the cord, and you might default to a full cord when ordering it. That’s a lot of wood, though. Traditional cords are stacks that measure 8 feet wide by 4 feet high, but they also measure 4 feet deep. That means when you view the stack from the widest angle, there’s usually another layer or more of wood behind it.
Face cords measure 8 feet wide by 4 feet high, but they are only 16-18 inches deep — typically, they are as deep as the average length of a single log. With a face cord, you can typically see how much wood you get by viewing the stack from the widest side.
Why Not Buy a Full Cord?
A cord is often too much firewood to burn during a season for individuals who burn for aesthetic value or even just supplemental heat in a home fireplace — or for recreational use in an outdoor fire pit. And when you don’t use all your firewood in a season, it can end up rotting and being wasted. Face cords are sold to provide an option for consumers who need smaller amounts of wood.
Premier Firewood makes it even easier to get the right amount of wood for your use: You can purchase a full-size face cord or a half-size face cord, which is a stack of wood that measures 4 feet wide by 4 feet high by 16 inches deep. You can also choose to purchase your cord with or without a rack to store it on.
Full Size 1/3 Cord
Half Size 1/6 Cord
Tips for Storing Firewood Safely and Securely
No matter how much firewood you need or buy, storing it the right way extends its life and helps you get the most value out of your purchase. Here are some tips for properly storing your firewood.
- Keep it off the ground to reduce rot and infestation from bugs and bacteria — store firewood on a metal rack or on surfaces like concrete.
- When possible, store firewood in an outdoor shed or garage to keep it away from elements like rain and snow.
- Cover firewood stacks with a tarp if you leave them outdoors to minimize exposure and rot and to ensure your wood is dry when it’s time to use it.
- Always stack firewood in an organized manner that allows some space on all sides of the stack for air to circulate; this prevents moisture build-up and faster rotting.