Four Boxes Per Week - Firewood Box Subscription
Four Boxes Per Week - Firewood Box Subscription
Four Boxes Per Week - Firewood Box Subscription
Four Boxes Per Week - Firewood Box Subscription
Four Boxes Per Week - Firewood Box Subscription

Four Boxes Per Week - Firewood Box Subscription


Total Price:

Regular price $380.00

FOUR BOXES PER WEEK

Delivering right to your door, once a week on a Monday for four weeks, choose from the following options that suit your household best. A 5% discount has been applied to pricing for this four box subscription.

Please check that you are in the Box Delivery Zone here - we can only deliver to these areas.

All pricing includes delivery!

ALL Fire Starter Mix - $95 per week

4 x Fire Starter Mix boxes each week 

$380 total

ALL PINE - $114 per week

4 x Kiln Dried Pine boxes each week 

$456 total

ALL BLUE GUM - $133 per week

4 x Kiln Dried Blue Gum boxes each week

$532 total

MIX ONE - $114 per week

1 x Fire Starter Mix Box each week
2 x Kiln Dried Pine Boxes each week

1 x Kiln Dried Blue Gum Box each week
$456 total

MIX TWO - $118.75 per week

1 x Fire Starter Mix Box each week
1 x Kiln Dried Pine Box each week
2 x Kiln Dried Blue Gum Boxes each week

$475 total

MIX THREE - $123.50 per week

2 x Kiln Dried Pine Boxes each week
2 x Kiln Dried Blue Gum Boxes each week

$494 total

Choosing your Wood

Fire Starter Mix: 

Like kindling, but with a larger variety of sizes from very fine, to slightly chunky for a full coverage of the fire-starting process. Fire Starter Mix is kiln dried, and split rather than a sawn surface like traditional kindling, meaning it catches a flame much easier.

Pine:

Kiln Dried to the optimal moisture level for maximum heat and burning efficiency, Pine is popular due to its high heat, ease of burning and low cost. It can be split into kindling, burned by itself, or it works well to compliment longer lasting firewood.

Blue Gum:

Kiln Dried Blue gum is the ultimate high intensity and ultra-long lasting firewood for home heating. Be sure to have some softer wood on hand to help the Blue Gum get up to heat.