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There is a wide range of types of Birch, however, the White Birch, Gray Birch, Yellow Birch, and Black Birch are the most well-known species utilized for firewood. Timber merchant Cranleigh provide you the details about these varieties. White Birch, otherwise called Paper Birch, is named because of its slight white bark that regularly strips in paper-like layers from the storage compartment. It doesn't consume as hot as different kinds of Birch, making it one of the less alluring sorts of Birch firewood. Yellow Birch is a lot harder to part than the others and dries more slowly because of its high sap content.
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