Dry it Yourself Blue Gum - Early Bird Special from $130 per m3
Total Price:Regular price $195.00
PLEASE NOTE: This product is for Dry it Yourself (DIY) Blue Gum only, click here for Blue Gum in other dryness options.
DIY Blue Gum is cut from both old and new blue gum logs, and as such the earliest this wood can be burned is the 2023 winter. The wood may take up to 2 years to dry, and deciding when the wood is ready to burn is up to the discretion of the purchaser. If you are not confident you have the accurate conditions to appropriately dry this very dense wood, please consider dryer options here.
Before purchasing DIY Firewood please read our page on Dryness options and the DIY Drying Instructions. When purchasing this wood you take full responsibility to ensure accurate drying.
Blue Gum is the main hardwood that we offer. When burned correctly, Blue Gum is the best firewood we offer all year round.
Being high density means that each piece of wood has more energy waiting to be released when compared to soft or medium woods. It burns for longer, and it burns hotter, and although more expensive per load, will last much longer, and works out to be very cost effective in the long run.
Because of its high density, it requires a very good base to enable it to burn efficiently and therefore can not be burnt to its full potential by itself. Mix with soft woods such as Pine, or medium woods such as Oregon, Larch, or Macrocarpa to get a solid base fire up to heat. Then stoke with the Blue Gum to get a consistent, long burning fire . Because of its char-coaling attributes it can be used over-night to keep producing heat.
EASY PAY - We offer payment plans that suit your budget, fill out this form or call us on 03 359 9323 to talk about pre-payment options.
WOOD SIZE - We cut most of our firewood to be 10 - 12 inches (close to 30cm), this will be the size of the wood you order online. If you would like a longer cut of wood, please call the office on 03 359 9323 to place your order.
Not sure what level dryness to choose? Find out more about Firewood Dryness here.