Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BKay Mine was fine
Wood was dense, dry, and smelled fine when burning outdoors. Guess the quality can vary, but at my store I looked at probably 20 bundles that were on display and couldn't see any that appeared different than the ones I purchased. Used some for a fire pit in my back yard the same day I purchased it, so it didn't dry out in my shed or anything. No sizzling and quick to light thoroughly with just a little newspaper. Was also tougher to split in to smaller short burning fire logs than wood I typically collect camping here in Colorado, extremely dense even against a 36" Fiskars X27 axe.
Planning on buying at least four more bundles to take camping with me this weekend if I end up in a place where I can't use the chainsaw for gathering fallen trees. If I end up not needing it, I'll just use it in the back yard pit. Bummer to pay for what you may be legally allowed to gather locally, but I'd consider each package worth 6 hours of firepit usage / two evenings - not bad.
July 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DC0743 Terrible Firewood
I have used the White Birch firewood with great results. Unfortunately Home Depot was sold out of it and I was forced to buy this wood. It says it is "mixed" but my bundle was all juniper. It is very hard to get started and to keep burning. I have had to split all the pieces at least one more time to make them small enough to get them to burn. I would not recommend this wood.
February 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gomezmr Good fire for the money!
I grabbed a bundle of split wood and branches. (Having split wood is necessary for starting fire) I got the branch bundle because once the fire is on, the branches quickly catch on. I might add that the branches last longer then the split wood. I'm going back for more!
November 26, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by matt Make sure it's split firewood before buying
Make sure to check that these are actual split pieces of firewood and not just some scrap branches. I bought it without checking and got it home just to find out they were mostly just branches that weren't split and wouldn't catch fire. It looks like different companies supply to different regions so this may not be the case everywhere. Just check them before you buy.
I was happy that Home Depot did take them back since I was unhappy about the quality.
November 1, 2013