Jays Firewood now offers Certified Firewood that can be used ANYWHERE in the US!
Here at Jay's Tree Care & Firewood, LLC., we offer clean dry quality firewood as well as our Certified Firewood for all of our customers in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Western Twin Cities Suburbs. All of our firewood is harvested through sustainable forestry practices. We DO NOT sell any tree care wood. Jay's Tree Care & Firewood, LLC. typically sells two sizes of our signature firewood: 4' x 4' x 16" and 4' x 8' x 16". Our firewood is delivered on-time and all stacked.
What type of Firewood do I need?
Premium Firewood Our premium firewood is all professionally split fine with the average pieces ranging from 15 to 16 inches in length to fit most all fireplaces. Our high quality wood is put through a wood tumbler to remove all debris and then stored in a covered building for 2 years providing you with only the best clean, dry, quality firewood for burning in or outside of your home.
Certified Firewood Jay's Firewood is now licensed to sell Certified Firewood that is Certified to be used anywhere within the US! When you order your Certified wood from Jay's Firewood, it will come with a certificate that will allow you to burn the wood in ANY state or national park! So next time your planning an outdoor adventure, contact Jay's Firewood so we can deliver your wood for you!
Proudly Serving Minneapolis, St. Paul, the greater Twin Cities Metro Area and Western Suburbs (Buffalo, Edina, Golden Valley, Hamel, Long Lake, Orono, Medina, Minnetonka, Royalton, St. Cloud, and Wayzata) for over 20 years!
We are most impressed with Jay's Tree Care and Firewood Team! From the time of order to the delivery of a beautifully stacked supply of wood only two days lapsed. We were most appreciative of how neatly the wood was stacked and in the exact location we designated while we were away on a trip to the North Shore.
– Dan, Minneapolis
I tried Jay’s Firewood last year and was so impressed I'm calling him again this year. I had another wood delivery service, so I stacked them side by side. This year Jay's gets all my business. His wood was better, cleaner and burned nicer than the competitors. Delivery was perfect! Friendly employees arrived on time, made a neat stack with kindling on top and nicely covered it with my tarp. No question about it, this year it will all be Jay's.
– Marcia, Minneapolis
Just wanted to say thanks for the firewood! It was so easy to work with you guys. I was glad to get the firewood only a couple days after I'd requested it. It was stacked beautifully, and I really appreciate that a tarp I had laying nearby was put on top of the wood. We'll use Jay's again for sure the next time we need firewood.
– Scott, Minneapolis
Dear Jay, This is just a quick note to tell you how pleased I am with my 2017 "annual" fire wood purchase from your company. Matt and his colleague did an excellent job, both accurately giving me a "full cord" (4x4x8), and stacking it very neatly and cleaning up after themselves. I continue to be very happy with your product and your service, and you may use my name and phone numbers as a reference, if you want to give them to anyone who asks about how reliable and professional you are. I am very pleased to remain.
– Your satisfied customer, Don Willeke-Minneapolis
With Jay's Tree Care & Firewood, LLC., you'll Notice and FEEL the Difference!
Generally, firewood is not highly processed and is in some sort of recognizable log or branch form, compared to other forms of wood fuel like pellets or chips. Firewood can be seasoned (dry) or unseasoned (fresh/wet). It can be classed as hardwood or softwood.
Some firewood is harvested in "woodlots" managed for that purpose, but in heavily wooded areas it is more usually harvested as a byproduct of natural forests. Deadfall that has not started to rot is preferred, since it is already partly seasoned. Standing dead timber is considered better still, for it has less dirt on the trunk, allowing tools to stay sharper longer, as well as being both seasoned and less rotten. Harvesting this form of timber reduces the speed and intensity of bushfires, but it also reduces habitat for snag-nesting animals such as owls and some rodents.
In most of the United States, the standard measure of firewood is a cord or 128 cubic feet (3.6 m3), however, firewood can also be sold by weight. The BTU value can affect the price. Prices also vary considerably with the distance from wood lots, and quality of the wood.
Buying and burning firewood that was cut only a short distance from its final destination prevents the accidental spread of invasive tree-killing insects and diseases.