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Key Benefits of EnviroBricks:

• EnviroBricks are additive free, kiln-dried, compressed hardwood bricks used for home heating fuel in wood burning stoves, wood burning fireplaces, outdoor firepits, camping and cooking.

• Easy, clean storage with no bugs and less debris.

• Burns hotter, longer and creates less smoke, ash and creosote than cordwood.

• BTUs of 1-42”x48”x34” skid EnviroBricks compare to BTUs of 1-48”x48”x96” cord of well seasoned fire wood.


Pick up at our Middlefield location or have delivered.

Delivery prices vary by location and site.
Prices below are per pallet.

May – $177.99

June – $182.68

July – $187.35

August – $192.04

September – $201.41

Fall/Winter – $206.09

*prices are subject to change

Better Than Firewood

EnviroBrick heating fuel is an effective alternative to other fuels such as fuel oil and coal. Unlike fossil fuels that extract CO2 from the ground and deposit it into the atmosphere when burnt, EnviroBricks are considered CO2 neutral because the trees from which they are manufactured extract more CO2 from the atmosphere than the bricks emit when burnt. EnviroBricks produce approximately 52% less particulate matter into the atmosphere than cordwood.

EnviroBricks are twice the density of cordwood and about the same energy density as coal.

EnviroBricks are a consistent size for easier storage than cordwood. One ton of EnviroBricks = one cord of wood. One ton of EnviroBricks = one 42”x48”x34” skid. One cord of wood = 48”x48”x96” of storage space. EnviroBricks take half the storage space but supply longer burning times due to density and optimized stove fill.

EnviroBricks are manufactured from 100% kiln dried hardwood lumber sawdust and compressed with 24,000 lbs pressure making them twice as dense as cordwood.

EnviroBricks burn twice as clean as cordwood leaving less than 1/4 as much ash waste as cordwood.

EnviroBricks are sized equally and fit into wood burning stoves much better than cordwood.

EnviroBricks are your wood heating solution to bugs, dirt, and storage problems. Made only from hardwood scrap and sawdust, they are more environmentally friendly as wood burning stove fuel than cordwood or fossil fuels.