We deliver firewood and mulch year-round, seven days a week, whenever you are home.
We Deliver Triple Ground Hardwood Mulches.
- Premium Black Triple Ground
- All Natural Triple Ground Dark Brown Organic Mulch – Best Seller Last 2 Years
- Direct Planting Soil – Great Stuff! Ask Us
- Screened Topsoil
- Playground Wood Chips for Play Areas
Mulch orders are 6 yard minimum, up to 20 yards per truck load. Soils are 5 yard minimum, up to 10 yards per truck load (because of the weight).
You may order all the mulch and soil you need!
- Nat. mulch is $28.00 per yard
- Black mulch is $30.00 per yard
- Planting soil is $35.00 per yard
- Screened topsoil is $35.00 per yard
We deliver firewood year-round and we advise that our customers in Bucks County to purchase firewood ahead of their needs using the following formula – if you burn one cord a year, purchase your firewood by September, and if you choose to buy later than September add one month per cord prior to September for each cord you burn. This will allow wood to season for several months at your home prior to your needing it. If you prefer to purchase your wood later in the season, that is fine, just be prepared and have enough wood to get you started each year. Weather conditions and log availability can affect any firewood supplier’s ability to supply thoroughly seasoned wood to a customer.
All firewood should be stored undercover, but exposed to fresh air to help season it.
We recommend that you carry 50% of what you burn each year from one year to the next. If you burn four cords, try to have a full cord of dry, seasoned wood on hand at all times. Since you depend on wood as a heat source, always be prepared ahead of time.
Oak, ash, hickory, and locust provide the highest BTU heat values. One cord = approx. 150 gallons of fuel oil.
Fruit woods, such as maple, cherry, and walnut offer excellent aroma and medium heat values.
Poplar, which is very common in Pennsylvania, is an excellent starter wood. Use it to create kindling and heat chimneys quickly.
And remember, all wood will burn, but damp, wet, snow-covered woods will be difficult to light. Keep your wood covered. Buy early and be ready. If you order your wood in the middle of December after four days of rain, you may have problems. You may need to store wood near your heat source (a safe distance away) and pre-dry it prior to burning.
Thank you for supporting our Firewood Company.