Gathering before a wood fire can be an especially sweet time for family and friends, but the firewood you choose can determine whether you have the soft-glow of a warm fire or a hissing, smoky mess.
Hard, dense wood is better than soft wood, and properly seasoned, dried wood is a must for a decent fire.
It takes 12 months for firewood to be air-dried and fully seasoned. Green wood, that is, wood that is not sufficiently seasoned, will not burn efficiently, producing less heat and more smoke.
Check out the full article here: https://wtop.com/maryland/2019/11/a-warm-wood-fire-starts-with-great-firewood/
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