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We believe good wine and cold beer are better enjoyed around a fire. Indian Head Firewood is your source for premium New Mexico Piñon firewood, Rocky Mountain Juniper firewood, and a variety of Texas cooking woods.

Our Signature Firewood


Our piñon firewood comes from the Indian Head Ranch in Las Vegas, New Mexico. One try and you’ll see what everyone is talking about, and why they never go back.

Our Story

Indian Head Ranch

A working cattle ranch in the New Mexico highlands is where it all started…

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Our focus is enhancing the wood-burning experience of homeowners, but we are also trusted by the most luxurious names in Houston hospitality.

Firewood buying guide

Firewood is sold by the cord, a unit of volume for measuring stacked firewood equivalent to 128 cu ft. Avoid suppliers that sell by the “stick”, “truck load” or at “face cord” values as these are not units of measurement approved and regulated by the Department of Agriculture.

Firewood cost varies widely on type of firewood, quantity of firewood, origin of firewood and season. Locally sourced firewood will typically be cheaper, whereas exotic woods will be more expensive with peak pricing during the winter months. Customers can expect pricing to range anywhere from $10 for small bundles (.50 cu ft)  to $1300 for a full cord (128 cu ft).

Indian Head Firewood offers a variety of available quantities to suit your specific needs. Whether you need firewood for a single burn or a year supply, we have quantities ranging from small bundles (.50 cu ft) to a full cord (128 cu ft).

Indian Head Firewood is proud to offer a diverse range of six high-quality firewood options: Piñon, Juniper, Oak, Mesquite, Pecan and Hickory.

Hardwoods (Oak, Mesquite, Pecan, Hickory) are typically more dense resulting in a hot, long lasting fire. A hardwood fire will often leave behind hot coals which give out radiant heat for a long period of time. For these reasons, hardwoods are great options for both cooking and recreational enjoyment. Softwoods (Piñon, Juniper) grow much faster than hardwoods resulting in a lighter, less dense firewood. Softwoods light easier, season quicker, burn fast and hot leaving behind a very fine ash making them great options for recreational burning, whether camping, in a backyard fire pit or outdoor fireplace.

When selecting firewood, optimal moisture levels should be below 20%. Burning wood with higher moisture creates more smoke which contains harmful chemicals and particulates which can lead to toxic creosote build up. Firewood with higher moisture levels will also give off less heat as the excess water requires more energy to boil off. At Indian Head Firewood, we check all firewood inventory for optimal moisture levels ensuring your firewood is always ready to burn.

Firewood smoke is composed of many small particles of carbon and other compounds as a byproduct of burning organic material. Excess firewood smoke is typically the result of the incomplete burning of firewood due to excess moisture in the wood, also known as “green” wood or older wood that has not been able to “season” or dry adequately.