You can save money on firewood by getting it in early summer and late spring. For starters, you pay a premium the closer you get to cold weather. And, you don't have to limit yourself to buying firewood that is completely dry, it will cure over the summer months and be ready to burn when you need it.
I know, by experience, that when you buy wood in quantity there are usually mice, rats or bugs nesting in there that you don't want near your home. So I would think twice about purchasing wet wood (also termites).
Just my experience you should think about!
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