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Firewood - Get it Stacked!

Tania from A1 Sure Services - Auckland Tree Removal & Tree Care Specialist

A1 Sure Services firewood is seasoned and ready to be delivered to your door.
Order now to ensure you have a ready supply of dry firewood to last you for the winter.
Last season, Auckland's weather was wet & cold and supplies of dry seasoned firewood were difficult to source during the winter months.
For the sixth firewood season in a row we are holding our price at the usual rate. (You will find our price is cheaper than any other Auckland commercial firewood supplier).

Hot Mix - $100 per cubic metre.

Free delivery on orders of 2 cube or more
(North Shore, Whangaparaoa Peninsula, Orewa and surrounding areas)
Free delivery on orders of 4 cube or more
(West, East, South, Central Auckland)

Avoid chilly winter evenings attempting to burn wet firewood.
A1 recommends ordering your winter supply of firewood now before the cold, wet days set in!  


Don’t wait until it’s too late - Order now and Get it Stacked!

Our popular "HOT MIX" firewood is a combination of fast starting and slow burning woods. Wood varieties include Pine, Macrocarpa, Gum, Oak, Pohutukawa, Totara and other types of arborist removed trees.

A1 Sure Services - delivering quality firewood to your door at competitive rates.

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