480-820-0633

480 820 0633

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Located on Guadalupe
1/2 mile West of Kyrene
in Tempe AZ

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Aligator Juniper Alligator Juniper Juniper is from Arizona’s high country. This wood is wonderfully fragrant with a cedar like aroma – burning or not!  Medium hardness, good mixer.  Alligator juniper is excellent in the fireplace or backyard fire pit with a cozy lively fire with crackle,  pop and  pleasant aroma.  Used by many of  Arizona’s elite resorts. Arizonans love this wood!
Oak Hardwood Oak Hardwood  Long lasting hardwood, burns hot with a good bed of coals. Excellent for grilling and smoking
Pecan Pecan A great wood for cooking, bbq smoking and fireplaces. One of the better hardwoods that burns with very little smoke. A great mixer to burn with other aromatic woods. Pecan seldom disappoints and is the choice of many professional chefs for grilling, smoking and in pizza ovens.
Mesquite Mesquite Slow burning hardwood. Excellent for grilling and smoking a very popular wood with valley steakhouses.  Tends to be too smoky for fireplaces and camp fires
Mixed Hardwood Mixed Hardwood  Mulberry, Eucalyptus, Ash, Olive and Pine (for starter). Good local hardwood mix (no aroma) 
Pinyon Pinyon (pronounced “Pin-ion”)  Found in the mountains of the southwest United States. The smoky pine fragrance adds a great aroma to any occasion. Pinion wood is the perfect firewood for chimineas, outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, and campfires. It is hot burning and is also desired for its wonderful aroma which often repels flying insects, including mosquitoes.
Eucalyptus Eucalyptus (River Red Gum) Native to Austrailia. Similar to Oak, good local hardwood, clean burning, good heat, good as mixer.

Delivered 4′ x 16′ x 18″ wide
Delivered 4′ x 8′ x 18″ wide

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