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Where is Firewood Sourced From?

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In Canada, we are very lucky to have roughly 9% of the world’s forests. Many different types of firewood come from specific areas. Softwood, which derives from coniferous trees, is generally from British Columbia. Hardwood, which is from deciduous trees such as birch, maple and oak, is primarily found in southern Ontario and Quebec.

Different Types of Firewood

With so many different types of trees, it may seem difficult to know what the best choices for firewood in Ontario might be. Here are some questions about an assortment of various woods to help you decide what makes good firewood and which ones you may want to avoid.

  • Is maple good firewood?

Maple is a solid choice for firewood as it is readily available, provides good heat, burns cleans and splits well.

  • Does cherry make good firewood?

Cherry firewood has an exceptional aroma, splits easy and supplies moderate heat, but it does tend to spark more than other hardwoods, which could lead to issues when burned in an open fireplace.

  • Is oak good firewood?

Oak has a higher energy content per cord and releases more heat, as well as providing longer lasting fires and coal beds than some hardwoods.

  • Does pine make good firewood?

Pine ignites easily which makes it great for kindling. It also produces a hot flame that burns rapidly. It can be messy to work with but it smells great.

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Help Stop the Spread of Tree Diseases to Different Areas

Diseases and pests are the biggest culprits that can severely hurt trees. To help avoid spreading these issues make sure to:

  • Burn the firewood where you buy it
  • Buy certified and heat-treated firewood where available
  • Gather it yourself if regulations permit
  • Check with all parks and campgrounds about their firewood rules

For all of your firewood needs and more, make sure to contact the professionals at Van Beek’s Garden Supplies.

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Fire Safety in The Winter Months

Many people kindle a fire in their fireplace through the winter to enjoy a warm, glowing flame. If you’re among them, it will be essential for you to follow fire safety best practices to keep your family safe. Every week in winter a fire will claim eight lives in Canada. Even if you don’t keep a live fire, there are other causes of winter home fires. To keep yourself and your family safe, be on the lookout for the causes of winter fires and know how to reduce your risk.

The Causes of Winter Fires

According to the National Fire Protection Association, the heating appliances we use in the winter months are the second leading cause of home fires. The major causes of house fires during the winter include:

  • Cooking accidents
  • Fireplaces and wood-burning appliances
  • Other heating equipment, especially space heaters
  • Candles left unattended
  • Holiday decorations, especially lights
  • Portable generators.

How to Reduce Your Risk of Fire

The Canada Safety Council suggests several ways to reduce the risks of the different heating methods you might be using.

  1. Wood-Burning Fires

It’s important to add the right fuel to your wood-burning fire to keep control of it. The Canada Safety Council suggests:

  • Do not overload your furnace or fireplace with too much wood, doing so may cause creosote or tar build-up which is a fire hazard
  • Only use wood in a wood fire, not paper or gasoline, as they create fireballs or too much fire
  • Always keep your fireplace damper open until after the fire is burnt out and the ashes are cool
  • Keep a screen in front of the fireplace or stove
  • Only use dry wood and mix fast-burning wood with slow-burning wood
  • Do not leave children or pets alone with the fire.
  1. Space Heaters

  • Check the heater’s electrical cord before use, and don’t use it if it’s frayed
  • Keep a meter of unoccupied space around the space heater
  • Do not try to dry clothing on a space heater because once dry the clothing may catch fire
  • Do not leave children or pets alone with the heater
  • Do not run an extension cord for the heater beneath a rug.
  1. Stoves and Kitchen Appliances

  • Have an ABC fire extinguisher on hand in the kitchen at all times
  • Read the instructions so you know how to use the extinguisher in case of a fire
  • Don’t attempt to put out grease fires with water. Instead, cover the grease fire with a pan lid when available. Baking soda will also put out small grease fires.
  1. Candles

They aren’t exactly a heating source, but many people use candles in the winter to get the atmosphere only a real flame can create. There are a few ways to keep safe with candles:

  • Only use candles on level surfaces
  • Don’t leave children and pets unattended near lit candles
  • Have a candle extinguisher or water nearby
  • Extinguish candles if you start to get drowsy.

Fuel for Wood Burning Fires

Van Beek’s Garden Supplies delivers pre-dried and split wood right to your doorway, so you don’t have to resort to using unsafe fuel sources. Call us for convenient delivery right to your home!

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How to Properly Use a Firewood Burning Stove

A wood burning stove can be a lovely addition to any home, something that can be enjoyed year round. But with the colder months drawing in, there’s really nothing better than popping in a log or two, feeling the heat envelop you, and listening to the embers crackle. Of course, it takes a little bit more effort than that! Allow us to give you some simple guidelines on how to effectively and properly use a firewood burning stove:

  1. Starting the Fire

The first step to starting your fire is to make sure that your stove and chimney are in working order. Make sure there is no damage to the stove itself and that the exhaust pipe or chimney are clear and clean.

It’s recommended that you review the manufacturer’s instructions on how to properly light a fire for your particular stove. However, lighting any fire takes on the same basic principles: you need the right fuel, and something to light the fire with.

Use newspaper and kindling to build a good base. This will increase the temperature in the stove and get the flames burning. The other thing your fire needs to burn is oxygen. Open the controls on your stove to allow air to flow in.

Next, use matches or a lighter to start the fire. Ignite the newspaper first, this will go on to ignite the smaller pieces of kindling resting above. Leave the door open for a few minutes and watch it carefully to make sure the fire is catching.

Finally, add you firewood! Make sure your logs are dry and you are burning the right type of wood for your stove. Wait for the flames to die down slightly before depositing them and ensure that you stack them loosely to allow as much air into the fire as possible.

Continue to keep the door slightly open for about fifteen minutes, watching closely. This should give the fire enough time to establish. You don’t want to risk smothering the flames by closing it too early!

  1. Keeping the Fire Burning

Once the fire is established, close the door to your stove and keep it shut. The only time you should open it is to add more logs to the fire. Each time you open the door you are letting more air in. This will result in heat loss, making the fire less efficient.

When the flames have died down a bit and there are mainly embers remaining, add a couple of larger logs to the fire. To do this, open the door slowly to prevent a rush of air. You don’t want to add more than five logs at once as adding too many could smother the fire.

After about twenty minutes, close the air intakes partially. This will provide the fire with enough air to keep it burning at a reasonable pace. You don’t want it burning too quickly.

  1. Cleaning Your Firewood Burning Stove

Make sure you regularly clean out the ashes under the grate or in the bottom of the firebox when they start to build up. Too much ash could restrict the airflow, which could result in your fire not getting the oxygen that it needs to burn.

You can clean ashes with a metal shovel or brush and put them into an approved metal bucket for immediate disposal. Leave a 2.5cm layer of ash at the bottom of the fireplace for insulation.

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We hope these steps will allow you to make the most of you firewood burning stove this winter! Remember, just as important as the stove itself, is the quality and the product in which you are burning. Van Beek’s offers a wide variety of high-quality firewood. Choose from our extensive range here!

 

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Firewood Cord: Three Things You Should Know

What’s better than sitting by a toasty fire, under the stars or in the comfort of your own home surrounded by your family and friends? It’s one of the most relaxing moments we tend to take for granted. Creating a great fire is something we have been doing since we first discovered fire over 600,000 years ago. But having the right wood for the job is highly important. Before you start, here are three things you should know about buying cords of firewood:

Buying Firewood

Before you head out and chop down wood or buy from any online merchant, you should be aware of the laws and what your buying. There are different ways of buying firewood, you can purchase it in smaller bags or boxes, but if you want to buy in larger quantities, there are legal and illegal ways people are allowed to sell you firewood. Legal units of measurement for wood include stacked cubic metre, the cubic foot,  and the cord.

What is a Cord of Firewood?

A cord of firewood is the term and measurement most people generally use when buying and selling wood. It’s important to recognize that a firewood cord or full cord, should measure 4 feet wide x 4 feet high x 8 feet long and is 128 cubic feet in volume. This the Canadian government’s official standard for all delivered quantities of wood which is regulated by the Weights and Measures Act and Regulations and administered by Measurement Canada.

The Quality of The Wood

Depending on where you’re buying the wood from, there may be no real guarantees on the quality of that wood that you buy. Don’t risk getting taken advantage, it’s always best to buy from a reputable and professional business, such as Van Beek’s Garden Supplies.

No matter whom you buy your wood from, take the time to ensure that the wood has been fully dried or seasoned. For firewood to be properly seasoned, it should contain moisture levels less than 20 percent.  Firewood with higher levels of moisture will still burn but it won’t burn well, making it more difficult to keep the fire going.

Depending on how you use the wood, consider splitting firewood to your specifications. If you’re using it for a small wood stove or fireplace, ask to have it split into smaller pieces. For campfires or larger stoves keep them larger for a better and longer burn.

Firewood Cord Delivery

A stacked cubic metre, cubic foot or cord of wood is a large amount of wood, so it’s a good idea to have it delivered. Remember, when your firewood  arrives measure it beforehand to ensure you’re receiving the correct amount. It’s also recommended to ask for a receipt that indicates the seller’s name or business, the quantity and type of firewood, address, telephone and price paid.

If you’re looking for great firewood selection, quality and prices then visit Van Beek’s Garden Supplies! With our next day delivery, you can have the best hickory, cherry, birch, mixed blend or oak delivered right to your home. Contact us or call 1-866-843-7616 for your firewood cord delivery!

 

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How Much Firewood Do I Need This Winter?

If you own a wood furnace, stove, or even just a fire pit, high quality firewood is an absolute essential for the winter. Other than the holidays, cold weather and snowstorms are a great excuse to bundle up and stay inside. However, that usually means you’ll go through it much quicker than usual. Whether you are hosting parties, looking for a way to cut down on your heating bill, or want to stay prepared in case of a power outage, it’s always difficult to figure out how much you should purchase. With that being said, understanding your everyday uses can help you determine the amount you’ll need for the season.

How much firewood will you use?

The amount of firewood you’ll need is dependant on what you’ll be using it for. Someone with a small decorative fireplace isn’t going to need nearly as much as someone who uses a wood furnace to heat their home. If it is for your home, here are a few questions you can ask yourself to determine your needs:

  • How many people do I need to provide for?
  • Is it cold enough to require heating every day?
  • Is your wood furnace your primary means of heating your home?
  • Is your stove gas, electric, or wood powered?
  • How much room do I need for storage?
  • Are my wood burning appliances efficient?
  • Can I hold a supply for the whole season or will I need to reorder?

Generally, we estimate that a 1000 sq.ft house uses roughly three cords of firewood over a typical winter, so you can use this as a baseline to determine how much you’ll really need. Keep in mind that the number could vary depending on how often you use firewood.

How much firewood do I need for businesses such as a restaurant?

Using the above method, estimating the amount you’ll need is a bit easier. However, if you own a restaurant, there are a few different questions you should ask to find out: 

  • How often does your restaurant use a wood-fire grill?
  • Do you plan to use your grill every day or is it more of a seasonal thing?
  • Are you looking to achieve different flavours from the wood?
  • Do you have enough space to store firewood? If so, where?
  • Where are you getting wood from? Locally sourced is cheaper and greener.
  • You probably won’t need it to heat your restaurant, but if you live in an especially cold environment, you might. If this is the case, how often would you use the firewood?

Firewood is used in a large variety of business industries and is a household staple! What are you using yours for?

Firewood delivery in The Greater Toronto Area

Van Beek’s offers a wide selection of firewood to help keep you warm all winter long. We also offer a variety of high quality cooking wood for your restaurant, ranging from oak firewood to hickory and everything in between.

Our team of professionals can make recommendations to help you meet the needs of your household or restaurants. Contact us or call 1.866.778.5824 for a FREE quote or more information on how much firewood you’ll need this season!

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How We Prep Our Firewood For You To Store

Guarantee you always have the best quality firewood so you can ensure convenience, efficiency and safety whether you use a fireplace, stove or furnace. If you burn wet wood or pieces that are incorrectly sized it can cause frustration, improper burning and potentially create a dangerous chimney fire due to a buildup of creosote deposits. Proper planning, seasoning and storage are fundamental to keep your wood burning warm and bright.

If you are not familiar with drying or seasoning wood, don’t worry. We make sure our firewood is perfectly seasoned and cut for your heating needs. The process can be fairly lengthy, as wood takes quite a bit of time to completely dry and dehydrate. When a tree is felled, its moisture content can be as high as 50% by weight. To burn properly, wood should contain between 15%-20% moisture by weight, therefore a lot of water needs to evaporate out of each piece. Here are the main factors that affect our firewood drying time:

  • Species – hardwoods like maple and oak take a long time to dry, while softer woods like poplar dry faster
  • Split or not – split pieces dry faster than unsplit
  • Piece size – smaller pieces dry faster than large pieces
  • Climate – wood dries faster in hot, dry climates, and slower in wet maritime climates
  • Drying conditions – wood dries faster when stacked in single rows in the open; exposed to the sun and wind

Length of Time to Dry Firewood

The factors mentioned above mean we can’t accurately determine how long firewood will take to completely dry. If anything, it confirms that the drying process will take longer than expected.  Under ideal conditions, our hardwoods, like maple and oak could dry in as little as a year, but if conditions are less than perfect, two years are normally needed.  At Van Beek’s we start the seasoning process for firewood 2 years in advance to ensure you get the best firewood for a perfect fire.

Proper Firewood Storage

We always suggest moving your firewood to a winter storage area. The wood storage area should be dry and completely covered to protect it from rain and snow. Generally, the area should be located relatively close to the house, but not inside the home. When large amounts of wood are stored inside homes, it increases the risks of mold growth that can contaminate the air with spores. This can cause allergic reactions and breathing problems, especially those suffering from asthma. Nonetheless, storing a small amount of wood in the house can give it time to warm up before burning.

How to Stack Firewood

There are many ways to stack your firewood, some stack it in the open away from the house in the summer to dry, then move it into a winter storage in the fall. Others stack it directly in a woodshed, which they can draw from during the winter when necessary. Either approach can work, but note that wood dries more slowly stacked in a woodshed than in single ‘windrows’ outdoors. If you have the budget, another approach is to build a two-sided woodshed for a full year’s worth of firewood on each side. This way you’re always ensured to have dry firewood to burn.

Don’t waste time drying or seasoning firewood. Choose from a wide range of high quality, dried firewood, including birch, hickory, oak, cherry and a mixed blend. Enjoy the winter in comfort and warmth without the hassle or stress. Contact Van Beek’s for your firewood order, and receive your cord of wood within two business days! Let Van Beek’s transform your fireplace into your home’s best feature!

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Firstly, everyone at both Van Beek’s Garden Supplies locations in Oakville and Mississauga want to wish you all the best in 2017.

And because it’s January, that means cold, snowy weather and bitter wind chill temperatures too.

It’s also the perfect time to stay indoors and keep warm by a toasty, roaring fire.

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Learn the burning properties of popular firewood options

Inside your FREE copy of Don’t Pick the Wrong Firewood for Your Home this Winter, you’ll learn the fire burning characteristics of in-demand firewood we carry at Van Beek’s Garden Supplies:

  • Oak
  • Hickory
  • Birch
  • Cherry
  • Mixed Blend

Additionally, you’ll also learn the types of flames created by other firewood options, such as Pine, Ash or Cedar.

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Crackling?

Aromatic?

Clean-burning?

High heat?

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And not only will you learn which firewood to use, you’ll also learn which firewood to avoid.

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Easy to understand and beautifully designed, Don’t Pick the Wrong Firewood for Your Home this Winter is the must-have resource for any fireplace loving family.

Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find inside:Firewood eBook sneak peek

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Once you know the right firewood to use, your next step is to contact us to place your order or request a FREE quote.

And just like our legendary triple mix soil, Van Beek’s seasoned firewood is available for delivery to:

Enjoy a perfect fire this winter – all season long – courtesy of Van Beek’s Garden Supplies.

Contact us with your firewood order or call our special firewood hotline at 1-866-778-5824.

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How to Split, Stack & Store Firewood

Finding a place for your firewood is much more than just sticking it in an unused corner of your garage or shed.

There’s an art and science behind it.

  • The art aspect comes from having a nice looking pile (no matter how big or small) that’s easily accessible.
  • The science part involves storing it a dry location (because wet firewood, frankly, is a waste) with plenty of air circulation.

After you pick up your firewood from Van Beek’s Garden Supplies, make sure it’ll last all winter long by following these splitting, stacking and storing tips.

Firewood maulSplitting your firewood

Usually, there are two types of firewood available:

  • Green: Fresh logs which have literally just come right off the tree stump. Green firewood tends to be more wet and/or damp than its seasoned counterpart.

Before splitting your firewood, you need to prep it first:

  • Cut your firewood to length: Most wood-burning stoves or fireplaces can accommodate at 16”-20” log. The shorter the log is (and the more square its ends are), the easier it will split.
  • Set up a chopping block: A large section of a tree trunk will suffice. Ideally, your chopping block should be about 6” off the ground (not too high and not too low).
  • Be safe: Make sure your chopping area is free of debris and low hanging limbs and that it offers good footing. Wear high quality gloves, steel toe boots and safety goggles.

Use a maul (not an axe) to split your firewood.

A maul is a thicker, heavier, wedge-shaped axe product designed specifically for firewood.

Just remember: Mauls are for splitting firewood. Axes are for chopping it.

When aiming the maul blade directly into any cracks in the log (avoid aiming at knots in the wood), it should split it with effortless ease and not get too stuck.

And with a maul, you don’t really “swing” it. Instead, you drive it into the log and let gravity do the work.

Firewood pileStoring the logs

Most customers choose to stack or lay their firewood in the backyard for two reasons:

  • The sun should be able to reach the wood at all times
  • Wind can circulate from – or in – any direction

Take some time to check out your backyard and select a location that offers great sunlight and can fit the amount of firewood you have.

Your woodpile can be as big or small as you want it. What’s more important is how frequently you intend to use and burn your firewood.

In winter, if you depend on a wood stove to keep warm (like many homeowners in Oakville, Mississauga, Milton or Burlington do), you’ll want a medium to large pile.

Before you start actually storing your firewood:

  • Measure: Draw out and measure the area where you’d like to store your stack.
  • Create a solid base: Concrete or natural stone blocks will shed rain, repel ground water and gives a flat surface for you to build your stack upon.
  • Avoid stacking against walls: Storing your logs against the wall of your shed, garage or home prevents proper airflow and light from getting through.

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Stacking the firewood

Tried and true, rectangular shaped piles allow for maximum airflow and effective, fast drying.

Plus, rectangles simply let you store more wood as needed (especially on its long side).

To protect your firewood from the elements, shelter it with a tin roof, shingles or a weather-resistant tarp.

Fire burningSplitting, seasoning and burning properties of Van Beek’s firewood

Take a look at how the firewood we carry at Van Beek’s Garden Supplies will perform for you.

Oak

Cherry

Birch

  • Extremely dense
  • Burns hot
  • Best seasoned at least one year
  • Medium heat burning
  • Sweet aroma
  • Sparks with low smoke
  • Quick burning
  • Bright flames
  • Excellent fire starter

Hickory

Mixed Blend

  • Long burning
  • High heat
  • Low smoking
  • Fast and slow burning
  • Well-seasoned
  • Easy starter wood

Get your firewood from Van Beek’s

Winter and the first snowfall will be here before you know it.

Make sure you stock up with high-quality, seasoned firewood from Van Beek’s Garden Supplies.

Contact us to place your order (and yes, we’ll deliver to you as well).

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Seasoned Firewood is Best. Here’s Why.

At Van Beek’s Garden Supplies, we provide a wide range of seasoned firewood cords, including:

  • Birch
  • Hickory
  • Oak
  • Cherry
  • Van Beek’s special mixed blend

Why? Because we believe that seasoned firewood delivers a burning experience that’s safer, easier and more enjoyable vs. non-seasoned cords.

But that’s just the start. There are plenty of reasons why seasoned firewood is a superior option to unseasoned wood.

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Seasoned firewood burns better

Have you ever tried to burn water or set it on fire?

It’s pretty much impossible.

Well, firewood that’s freshly chopped can have up to 50% water content. It won’t properly burn in your fireplace.

Letting firewood season (essentially to dry out) allows moisture to escape.

In other words: the drier the wood, the better and cleaner the burn.

CreosoteIt’s safer

Have you heard of creosote?

It’s a by-product of burning wood in your stove or fireplace.

Here’s a very unscientific explanation of how creosote is formed:

 

  • Oils and moisture in the wood don’t fully combust when burned
  • Smoke rises and “sticks” into the chimney flue
  • The residue that builds up is creosote

Creosote is highly combustible.

Plus, as it thickens on the walls your chimney flue, it makes it harder for firewood to get the air it needs to burn at a high temperature.

The chimney becomes so hot that a chimney fire can break out.

Dried out, seasoned firewood has less of the elements which can lead to creosote build-up and potentially dangerous chimney fires.

Seasoned firewoodSeasoned firewood lasts a long time

It takes between 6 months and a full year to completely season firewood.

But once the seasoning process is complete, those dry cords can easily last up to 3 years. That’s because there’s no chance of mold forming or degradation taking place.

Of course, because wood is a natural element, it’ll eventually begin to break down. But the lack of moisture will definitely slow that process down.

Wood Moisture Meter

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It’s easy to test for wood dryness

Since seasoned wood is preferable to unseasoned wood, it’s very fortunate there’s multiple ways to test how dry a cord of wood is.

You could purchase a wood moisture testing meter.

It’s a small device with 2 prongs on the end and a display screen. Stick the prongs into the wood and read the screen (usually displayed as a percentage) to determine the moisture content of your cord.

No meter? No problem. There’s another way to test for wood dryness:

  • Pick up 2 pieces of wood you think are dry
  • Bang them together
  • If you hear a “ring” instead of a “thud”, then chances are it’s dry

As well, you can check for cracks at the ends of the wood. These cracks are another indicator of dryness.

Bring our seasoned firewood to your home this winter

Our firewood supply is well-seasoned and well-maintained to ensure you get the best burning experience all winter long.

Contact us to learn more about our firewood or to arrange firewood delivery to anywhere in Oakville, Mississauga, Burlington or Milton.

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It took a while, but the bone-chilling temperatures usually associated with winter have finally arrived.

Because it’s been so warm for so long, you may not have picked up your firewood from Van Beek’s Garden Supplies yet.

Fortunately, we have plenty of firewood available for you to enjoy all season long.

Additionally, we have a brand new eBook for you to download absolutely FREE: Don’t Pick the Wrong Firewood for Your Home this Winter.

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What you’ll learn

Different types of firewood create different types of fires.

In this FREE guide, you’ll discover what products to use to create the fireplace experience you want, including crackling fires, fast-burning fires or non-smoky fires.

Plus, you’ll also learn which firewood to steer clear of, so that you don’t throw money or time away as you create and enjoy your fire.

How to get your FREE eBook

It’s easy.

Just visit our download page and fill in the form that’s on the right-side of the page.

It only takes a few seconds (literally) and we’ll instantly send your copy right to you.

Firewood box pileWhat type of firewood is available at Van Beek’s?

We carry a large selection of firewood, including:

  • Birch
  • Hickory
  • Oak
  • Cherry

Plus our specialized mixed blend of firewood, designed for easy starting and long-lasting burning.

We’ll deliver it right to you

If you live in:

  • Burlington
  • Oakville
  • Mississauga
  • Milton

We’ll bring our cords of high-quality firewood right to your home. No matter where you live in those areas.

All you have to do is contact us and tell us where to send your firewood.

We’ll give you a FREE quote on your order and work with you to arrange a delivery time and date that’s convenient for you.

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Take a few seconds to download your FREE copy of Don’t Pick the Wrong Firewood for Your Home this Winter right now.

Once you have it, you’ll learn how to save time and money by picking the right wood for your needs the first time and every time.

 

Have questions? Just ask

Want to know more about our firewood products or our delivery service?

Contact us with your questions or ask for a FREE quote.

We look forward to helping you stay warm with the perfect fire all winter long.

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