There are many different types of firewood that the general population use, without any real understand of which is the best. In fact, most consumers will simply use whatever is on hand at any given time — usually whatever they can find at the local grocery or DiY store.
This is all well and good but what happens when you’re burning thousands of logs each year? The seemingly small difference between the different variations, in terms of efficiency, can soon become a big financial concern.
With that in mind, it is always wise to thoroughly investigate each type of firewood to ensure that you are getting the most bang for your buck, so to speak.