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northern NJ source for firewood

Posted by jayh (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 8, 06 at 9:20

Just installed a wood burning stove (Quadrafire 3100i) and now looking to see if anybody has any recommendations on a source for good hardwood for the stove in northern NJ. Anybody know a good source for wood up here? Delivery is preferred but I may be able to pick up myself with some help.


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RE: northern NJ source for firewood

The first place I would contact is the dealer where you bought the stove.
Also I don't know what part of Northern New Jersey you live in but we used to be able to go into the Worthington Forest in Sussex County and cut our own. We would get a state permit.
But the only one I'm aware of is the one provided in the link below. He's in Oak Ridge.
Also possibly landscapers would be selling firewood too. And if you're in the western portion of the state and near the Poconos, there's LOTS of firewood dealers there.

Here is a link that might be useful: Firewood

RE: northern NJ source for firewood

I'm in Morris county and I did ask Hearth and Home in Ledgewood and they weren't that helpful with the firewood side, which did surprise me.

I'm not far from Oak Ridge at all, my sister actually lives there...


RE: northern NJ source for firewood

I grew up in Kenvil! But I now live in the country.

RE: northern NJ source for firewood

how much wood are you looking for i have wood i could sell you all hard wood

RE: northern NJ source for firewood

I found the guys at Hearth and Home to be mean, condescending and nasty. Not to mention not very helpful at all. They act like they are being put-out. I've been in there about 5 times now and it is always the same. After some homework I found Hometown Hearth and Home in Whippany. Just bought a woodburning stove insert from them. Very nice guys !!!

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