Serving Sisters, Central Oregon & the Surrounding Areas
DRIVE IN WOOD SALES HAVE RESUMED - WE PRODUCE WOOD FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS ALL DAY
Drive-ins are welcome at 18155 Hwy 126 E. Sisters, OR, Monday through Friday. Most Saturdays.
OPENS AT DAYLIGHT
SUMMER CLOSE 3PM
WINTER CLOSE 4PM
NEW ORDERS FOR FIREWOOD DELIVERY IN 2018 WILL BE TAKEN ONLINE FROM NOW THRU AUGUST. I WOULD ENCOURAGE ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS - OLD AND NEW - TO BE SURE AND MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR NEXT WINTERS WOOD. LAST FALL IN JUST A FEW WEEKS TIME WE HAD MORE REQUESTES FOR FIREWOOD THAN WE COULD HANDLE. HUNDREDS OF CUSTOMERS WERE SERVED BUT SOME STILL ARE ON THE LIST AND I PROMISE WE WILL NEVER DO THAT AGAIN!
FIREWOOD SALES FOR 2018
ORDER FIREWOOD ONLINE
Do you have enough firewood for the winter? At Sisters Forest Products LLC, we encourage you to get your firewood in the spring, so you are prepared for the cold in the fall and winter. We offer the best dry hardwood in the area.
Mixed species wood - split $225
Juniper - split $235
Douglas fir mixed - $245
- LODGEPOLE PINE - SPLIT $235
- ALL DELIVERY STARTS AT $20
Stack and tarp for $30
Split wood is 16" long - other lengths available
Juniper posts - all sizes available
8' posts - 3" to 5" top and up to 8" base - $6 each.
Lodgepole pine fence rails - 12' - $6 to $7 each
Split-cedar fence rails - up to 12' - $1 per foot
Camp and bundled wood
Kindling and more
DELIVERY of 1 to 4 cords of firewood is available in the Sisters' area. 1 cord is 128 cubic feet. or
4 x 4 x 8. 20$
Add $10 for delivery over 10 miles (BBR and Camp Sherman) or $20 for delivery over 20 miles.
Drive-in firewood, ¼ cord for $70
and a full-cord for $235
Early spring is the perfect time of year to prepare for next winter. A large stack of firewood- cut- split - and protected assures that you will be warm all winter, the easy way. Heating with firewood is as basic to humans as eating and sleeping. If you cut your own wood it should be your first harvest of the year every year. Cool weather is just right for the exercise of chopping and stacking firewood. Even if you buy your wood pile this is still the time to stock up. Firewood has always been the one of the most cost effective ways to heat your home, and you can't beat the comfort. A good wood pile should be stacked and covered on top so that the air can flow around the split pieces. Even cut green, split firewood stacked in this manner will cure quickly and will be bone dry next winter. It's easy if you do it now!