Where do you Deliver?
Duluth Firewood delivers to Southern St. Louis County (MN), Southern Lake County around Two Harbors, and Northeast Carlton County including Cloquet within the Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine (see below for details). If you would like to know if you are in our delivery area, please give us a call at 218-464-9663 or send us an email at email@example.com.
West boundary: Just west of Minnesota Highway 33 outside Cloquet then traveling north on Minnesota Highway 33 to the intersection of U.S. Highway 53; then following U.S. Highway 53 north to the intersection of Three Lakes Road (County Highway 49).
North boundary: Three Lakes Road (County Highway 49) at the intersection of U.S. Highway 53 traveling east to the intersection of Vermilion Trail; then the northern edge of Gnesen, North Star, and Alden Townships to just south of Castle Danger in Lake County.
East boundary: Just south of Castle Danger on Minnesota Highway 61 in Lake County.
South boundary: St. Louis County border, then around Jay Cooke State Park to Minnesota Highway 210, then north on Halverson Rd. outside Carlton to Moorhead Rd., and north on Otter Creek Dr.
How Much Wood Do I Need?
A cord of firewood has legal measurements in Minnesota. Most people are familiar with the measurement of 4ft x 4ft x 8ft, or 128 cu ft. While this is true, when firewood is delivered cut and split a cord of firewood is equal to 175 cu ft to allow for all of the spacing between pieces.
The photo above shows the delivery of a full cord of wood.
The volume of a face cord therefore is typically 1/3 of the volume of a full cord even though it is 8 feet (244 cm) long and 4 feet (122 cm) high with 16 inch long pieces when stacked.
The above photo shows a face cord delivery. A face cord typically fills the bed of a standard 6 foot truck box.
Bundles are typically tamarack and measure approximately .75 cubic feet. Bundles are great for camping or the occasional fire indoors or out.
For more information about buying firewood, visit the MN Commerce Department's website.
Where Do You Source Your Wood From?
We at Duluth Firewood aim to support local businesses whenever possible. In that spirit, we source our logs from local logging companies and from some of our properties located in northern Minnesota.