DISCOVER A BETTER BURN
with Wood Briquettes
People all over America are making the switch to clean, efficient wood briquettes for their home heating and outdoor recreation needs. More convenient than traditional firewood and more flexible than wood pellets, wood briquettes are easy to store and handle, very cost-effective, and can be used in practically any wood-burning device. From the living room fireplace or wood-burning stove to the backyard fire pit and beyond, wood briquettes deliver a better burn. Plain and simple.
What Are Wood Briquettes?
Wood briquettes are made of two things: sawdust and pressure. That’s it. There are no chemicals or additives. Briquettes are formed by compressing waste from woodworking and lumber processing industries.
How do wood briquettes work?
Although they don’t look like traditional cordwood, wood briquettes work in much the same way. Just set them up and burn them like you would burn the firewood you grew up with.
HOW TO USE
Wood Briquettes So Great?
Briquettes burn better and deliver more burn for your buck
They burn longer, hotter, and more consistently than cordwood
More cost-effective than traditional cordwood; save time and money
Briquettes are cleaner and more convenient (easier on your back)
No bugs, dirt, or other hassles associated with cordwood
They stack neatly and save space
No back-breaking wood chopping required
Briquettes can be used in practically any wood-burning device
They don’t require special equipment like wood pellets do (pellet stoves)
Perfect for fireplaces, wood-burning stoves, outdoor fire pits, BBQ grills, you name it
Briquettes are better for the environment than traditional cordwood
Recycled from lumber industry waste; no trees are harvested
Carbon-neutral (emit less carbon when burned than was consumed by the trees they came from)
Burn cleaner; produce significantly less smoke, sulfur, and ash
Where Can I Buy
Wood briquettes can be found in many home improvement and hardware stores, wood stove dealers, and at several farm and outdoor supply retailers. You can also order wood briquettes online. To find a wood briquette dealer in your area, use the locator tool provided below.