For a lot of homeowners, the prospect of having a great looking firepit in the back garden is something that is high up on the home project bucket list. Of course, if you want to have a great looking fire pit, you are going to have to equip yourself with good quality wood to make sure it functions in the way that you are hoping! This, of course, counts for indoor fireplaces too. Here at Mi Organics, not only do we supply the kind of firewood that you are looking for, but we also like to do our best to ensure that our customers are as knowledgeable on the subject as they can be. With that in mind, here are some of the main problems with burning poor quality firewood in Coffs Harbour.

Poor Fires


The most obvious thing to understand is that poor quality wood is always going to lead to poor quality fires! Wood that isn’t in a good burning condition will combust too quickly, and therefore you will have to keep topping up the fire and it can run out before you have even achieved a good blaze.

Bad For Environment


Did you know that trying to burn wet wood is actually much worse for the environment? Wet wood produces more smoke and harmful by-products which result in polluting the air around you. When you have kiln dried wood instead, then the drying process has already burned off all of the sap and water for a more efficient fire experience.

More Residue


When burning bad quality wood indoors, you stand to create much more chimney condensation, which in turn leads to additional residue that can add to blocking your chimney over time. The residue can be brown or black in colour and will either stick like tar or rock hard as it dried. The longer you continue to use bad wood, the worse condition your chimney will be in.

So, if you are looking for some good quality firewood in Coffs Harbour, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here at Mi Organics. A visit to our landscape supply store or to our website will give you all of the information that you need, and any of our trained and experienced team members will be more than happy to answer any lingering questions that might still be in the air. We look forward to meeting you.