Firewood Sales & Delivery
Woodchuckers Firewood is a small family owned business providing firewood and delivery from Phelan, CA to the High Desert area. Focusing primarily on stove cuts, eucalyptus, oak and mixed loads. We have integrity, we have references, and we have the best seasoned eucalyptus & oak/mixed firewood around.
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Phelan, CA | 760.868.1344 |
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A reliable source for firewood
suppliers & delivery services in the high desert.
Our purpose is to be a resonable source of companies who provide firewood for pick-up or delivery for consumers in the High Desert region of Southern California. This region most commonly refers to the Antelope Valley and Victor Valley and includes the Apple Valley and Lucerne Valleys.
The 'High Desert' does often include areas to the east, such as Twentynine Palms, Yucca Valley and the Morongo Basin. Areas to the North feature Ridgecrest, Barstow, Lake Los Angeles and Edwards Air Force Base. By providing these listings we hope to ease the process of locating a seasoned firewood supplier and/or a reliable firewood delivery service.
We also want to provide consumers with information to help them stock up on the supply they may need to burn before and during times of inclimate weather.
Are you thinking you may need a chimney sweep or a chimney inspection? If you are concerned about the safety of your wood burning appliance, or if you can’t remember the last time your chimney was cleaned AND inspected, you might want to go to the National Chimney Sweep Guild. They have a searchable database of certified Chimney Sweeps / Inspectors in your area
Some people may ask; How often should I have my chimney swept? This a tougher question than it sounds. The simple answer is: The National Fire Protection Association Standard 211 says, "Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soundness, freedom from deposits, and correct clearances. Cleaning, maintenance, and repairs shall be done if necessary." This is the national safety standard and is the correct way to approach the problem. It takes into account the fact that even if you don't use your chimney much, animals may build nests in the flue or there may be other types of deterioration that could make the chimney unsafe to use.