i hope to show you some ornamental pear tree. it dont have pears, that works for me.i dont like pears all that much. the wind, or ice can cause those to break. when they burn, they burn hot. 6 or less months. the wood is cured. less in the winter. wood burns like walnut. my favorite wood not to burn, walnut. the wood of these pear trees, make good coals. not only that, they dont shoot off sparks, when using an insert. that comes in handy if ya want to sleep, but want to leave the screen open, so ya get more heat inside the house.
thats a ornamental pear tree, that dont grow pears. it grows good wood, an good heat.
i was going on so, about firewood, an had to backspace some. least 3 lines.
i'll finish after i get some sleep, an less JB maple.
three of the woods, i like to burn grow kinda fast. water maple, wild cheery, ornamental pear,. if you got the ground, these trees should keep you warm, and maybe supplied. depends on how much, ya got to heat, of course, or, even the structure, you heat.
them modular homes, [aka. trailers] have more infiltration then you would expect. course the moms home is 18 yrs. old.. things could have improved. it is possible.. 6" walls, yet you can feel the cold air blowing in. windows, doors, siding, all leak cold air. i'm sure there are other leaky places. i dont mean to harp on modular homes, but you should be aware. they are not cracked up to be what you think they are. [infiltration humor]. no matter how thick the wall is, if wind gets in, the wall dont matter.