Johnson’s Firewood is a family owned and operated business offering quality wood at reasonable prices since 1997. We have built our reputation on honesty, quality, friendliness, knowledge and experience. Which is why our customers keep coming back year after year, our family name and reputation is behind it!
Servicing the greater High Desert, including Apple Valley, Hesperia, Oak Hills, Victorville, Spring Valley Lake, Lucerne Valley, Phelan, Oro Grande, Adelanto and Barstow.
Seasoned Wood —
All our wood is brought in the year before the season starts to ensure dry burnable wood, we guarantee it!
Generous Cords —
Our wood is sold in ½, full and multiple cords.
Types of Wood Available —
Almond – averages 14”–18” burns cleaner, slower and hotter than most other hardwoods. Great heat source, ideal for wood burning stoves.Once our customers have burned almond it is rare that they use anything else. Also good for BBQ and smoking.
Various Mix – averages 18”–21”mixture may include red gum eucalyptus, white eucalyptus, elm, spruce, ash, alder, cedar, walnut, oak, pine, citrus and fruit woods. With mix woods you may experience quicker
burning, very hot, smoking, popping ambers and more waste. Works well for larger wood burning stoves or fireplaces.
Econo Mix – averages 18”–24” mixture may include red gum eucalyptus, white eucalyptus, elm, spruce, ash, alder, cedar, walnut, oak, pine, citrus and fruit woods. With mix woods you may experience quicker
burning, very hot, smoking, popping ambers and more waste. Works well for larger wood burning stoves, fireplaces, fire pits or camping wood.
Our preference is Almond for our area because it is slow burning, clean and produces less waste thus making it energy and cost effective.
All wood is delivered only and there may be a minimal delivery charge based on your location. We do not offer customer pick up.
Ask About Our Discounted Rates for Semi Loads —
Semi loads (3 to 6 plus cords) are also available at a discounted price. Delivery throughout the greater high desert and mountain areas including but not limited to Baldy Mesa, Phelan, Pinion Hills, Oro Grande, Sliver Lakes, Helendale, Barstow, Hinkley, Yermo, Wrightwood and Big Bear Mountain communities.
Did You Know Not All Wood Is The Same??
Different type of wood varies in density and energy content or BTUs, which factor into longer lasting coals. Longer burning means less wood needed, less time feeding the fire and less mess. Dense woods, such as ponderosa pine not only burn quickly but you will have more chance of smoking, popping embers and creosote buildup in your chimney or stove pipe, which if not cleaned regularly can lead to chimney fires.
Red Gum Eucalyptus
*Above examples based on approximate BTU millions per cord averages
Cost Factors — Wood vs. Other Heating Methods
The following comparisons are based on approximate calculations of 24 BTU millions per cord:
291 gallons of propane
267 therms of natural gas
7030 kilowatt hrs. of electricity
245 gallons of fuel oil
Example: A cord of almond wood burns at 24 BTU, and the cost of the cord is $320. If it took 291 gallons of propane to get the same amount of heating factor at $2.99 per gallon = $870.09. That’s over $550 in savings!