MUST READ INFO BELOW BEFORE ORDERING!!!!!!!
PLEASE READ ALL THIS BEFORE ORDERING
After your order is placed you will receive an email response, typically the same day by 11 pm. If you do not get a email from me the same day, please contact me. It doesn’t happen often, but occasionally emails go the spam filter or it is because we are very busy. Thank you for your order!
We accept cash or checks made out to Barry Helverson; we do not accept credit cards. For delivery – Please mark the spot where we should dump it. we will email you the day before we would like to deliver. You can leave the check on the door if you will not be home, finding the check on the door lets me know we are always at the right house before we dump the load out. If you live further away and a small delivery fee is necessary or extreme cold conditions require a small price adjustment, we will let you know what it is when we setup the delivery.— Thank you!
Firewood For Sale & Delivery in Bucks County
As of today, 04/17/20, we are running a few days to a week behind. Our 16″ firewood is cut and split and is usually loaded with red, white, and rock oak and other mixed 100% hardwoods. Now is the time to buy for winter. Do not wait until its frozen! Many people are using a stove to save money these days and wood is a great value- start stocking up with all hardwoods right now while supplies are good!!! We sell the best (BTU value wood ) on the market – no junk wood in our wood.
Wood pellet stock is intermittent at best, check with us before ordering. Our premium 100% hardwood wood pellets are currently in stock. Our pellets can be picked up at our yard or delivered for a small fee. We are open Monday-Friday 8-5 Pickups by appt. only as we are usually out on delivery. Saturday by appt. only if necessary. Please call us ahead of time at 610-847-5448 to be sure we are available. Our yard is located just north of the end of 412 South between Ottsville and Revere on Route 611. Please buy wood ASAP it has been a very rainy year if snow comes the same it will be a hard winter. Firewood always drys best when stacked under roof — Thanks.