Burning Firewood The Smart Way

Burning Firewood The Smart Way is a complete guide to cutting, splitting, stacking and using firewood.

This exclusive eBook contains 75 pages of useful information including firewood charts, measurements, storage options and a detailed list of common firewood types. Do you want to find out more about the coaling qualities of oak firewood?  Is elm firewood easy to split?  What firewood makes the best kindling?  This guide answers all these question plus many more.

Also, as a free gift we've included our popular Firewood Rack Assembly Instructions and our Sawbuck Assembly Instructions! That's right, at the end of the guide we've attached full, step by step instructions with pictures teaching you how to build your own firewood rack and sawbuck.

Plus we're offering a 30 day money back guarantee!  If you're not completely satisfied with our guide or plans for any reason, we'll refund your total purchase price.

Only $6.95 With PayPal

After your payment we'll email you with a link to download the guide which also contains the assembly instructions.


What's Included In Our Firewood Guide?

With 75 pages of firewood content this guide contains useful information for everyone.  

Whether you're just starting out burning firewood or you've been using it for a lifetime, we've created this guide to teach everyone as much as possible about firewood and all of its various uses.

Learn detailed information about 23 different types of firewood, what devices heat your home the best, tips for building a firewood storage shed, how to stack firewood and which tools make splitting firewood the easiest. 

BTU Chart Information
Firewood Weight Chart

We've included BTU charts, firewood weight charts and even dimensions for various firewood stacks!  

Your Free Bonus Gifts!

As a special thank you for downloading our eBook, Burning Firewood The Smart Way, we're including our popular Firewood Rack Plans and Sawbuck Plans with your purchase.

Storing your firewood on a firewood rack not only offers a clean and convenient place to stack your firewood, it also elevates it off the ground reducing moisture content and the chances of insects invading your firewood.

Wet firewood is not only difficult to burn, it's also dangerous because it increases the chances of creosote building up in your chimney.  Creosote is a dangerous buildup left on the interior of your chimney caused by burning wet firewood that could lead to a chimney fire.  Storing your firewood on a firewood rack allows air to circulate all sides of your firewood insuring it's dry and ready for use.

Easy To Follow Instructions
Every Detail Explained

Also, to make cutting your firewood safer and easier, we're including our sawbuck assembly instructions.  This 10 page instruction booklet explains every step in the assembly process.

If you've ever spent the day cutting firewood on the ground you've definitely experienced a sore back, dull chains from hitting the dirt, and the aggravation of trying to cut small branches.

Easy To Follow Instructions
Every Detail Explained

Our sawbuck offers a stable, convenient place to cut firewood off the ground saving your chain and your back!

Plus we're offering a 30 day money back guarantee!  If you're not completely satisfied with our eBook or Plans for any reason, we'll refund your total purchase price.

Download With PayPal For Only $6.95

After your payment we'll email you with a link to download the eBook which also contains the assembly instructions.


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