If you burn unseasoned, green, or wet wood it is not going to put out a sufficient amount of heat Your fire will be smokey and more polluting.

A good cure for an unhealthy fire is Woodstocks Wood. It’s better for your fire and the environment! Abiding by the GoodWood guidelines means the air will be less polluted, your wood burner will be cheaper to run, your fire will burn HOTTER and your house will be WARMER!

Our seasoned firewood has a moisture content of 25% or less, which is within the "GoodWood" guidelines.

Some tips to help clear the air:

Dry wood by storing it in a well ventilated, covered area that is not going to let water in.

We encourage you to do the 'goodwood' test on our firewood: strike two pieces together to see if they make a crisp 'crack' sound, this will indicate that the wood is dry.

Even if your wood is dry, store it in a shed or under a cover to prevent rain and moisture getting into as this will decrease burning efficiency.