Recently cut wood holds lots of water, which makes igniting and maintaining a fire quite tricky. Even if it burns, wet wood offers less heat, dies swiftly, and produces more soot and smoke. Drying wood successfully does take time. So, it’s best to schedule the process at least six months ahead.
Once you chop the wood to the size needed and stack it meticulously, all you have to do is wait for the air and sun to dry it.
Below is the preferred way to dry firewood.
If you need more information or help on drying your firewood, reach out to a professional tree service company.