The typical go to option for firewood these days to as a source of heat. For any campsite out in the woods, building a proper fire is key to survival and a successful trip. After you have kickstarted the fire with tinder and kindling, the larger firewood logs are perfect for really building the fire and getting it to roar. Indoors, a wood burning fireplace is a great way to save on heating costs in the winter and bring a great nostalgic feel. Just throw a few logs in to the fireplace and you are good to go on even the coldest winter nights. Let Harris and Sons deliver your firewood.
Rock Pine is a pine native to the Mediterranean region. The range extends from Morocco and Spain north to southern France, Italy and Croatia, and east to Greece and northern Libya, with an outlying population (from which it was first described) in Syria (including Aleppo), Jordan and Israel. It is generally found at low altitudes, mostly from sea level to 200 m, but can grow at an altitude of up to 1000 m in southern Spain, and up to 1700 m in the south, in Morocco and Algeria, has adapted well in Arizona, where it is used for landscaping and Firewood.
MAIN USES: Timber, Heating and Firewood
EASE OF LIGHTING: Easy
CLEAN TO HANDLE: Very clean
CLEAN TO BURN: Relatively clean, the cleanest burning Pine
LENGTH OF BURN: Medium burning, burns longer than Juniper
HEAT OUTPUT: Medium BTU
CRACKLE/POP: Very slight
SMOKE: medium to heavy
COAL BED: Medium Fair
EASE TO SPLIT: Moderate
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