Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pick up the firewood?
We are open on Saturdays and Sundays only from 9am to 5pm and you can call in to pick up your firewood. Bins of wood are always ready and available for purchase at our yard therefore pre ordering is not necessary.
Picking up firewood during the weekdays from our yard can be made by prior arrangement.

How much wood is in a bin?
There is approximately 0.9m3 of split wood in a bin.

How big are the pieces of wood?
All wood is split to fit into a standard log burner type fireplace.

How dry is the firewood?
At Meeanee Firewood we purchase our logs in advance and cut the logs into rings prior to summer. This allows the wood to dry over the summer months. However a small percentage of this wood maybe damp. The reason for this is the wood is stored on the ground and can draw moisture in to it. However, these pieces should dry out very quickly once stacked.

How do I order?
Order using the on-line order form, email your order including name, contact and delivery details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 8344385 (Sometimes the phone is unattended so please leave a message and a contact number and we will call you back as soon as we are able)

Do you have Eftpos available?
Yes, we have Eftpos available at our yard however we don't have credit card facilities.

How much does it cost for delivery of my firewood?
For Napier, Bayview and Hastings areas there is a charge of $15 per delivery whether you purchase one bin or four bins. Additional costs will apply for other areas.

When and how will my firewood be delivered?
Deliveries are generally done during the week and if paying via internet banking, will be made once your payment has cleared. Cash payments are to be given to the driver on delivery. The wood will be delivered using a large tip trailer or a tip truck and we will endeavour to tip it off wherever you like, if possible. Please advise us when ordering if access to your property with a trailer or truck is difficult or not possible.

What is the best way to store firewood?
If possible store the wood in a well-ventilated and covered area. If you don't have a wood shed cover the wood with a tarpaulin or corrugated iron. Storing firewood off the ground will prevent moisture from being drawn up into the woodpile. Make sure air can circulate.

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Meeanee Firewood
35 Awatoto Road
Meeanee
RD3, Napier
Ph 06 834 4385
Mark 021 114 2955
John 027 482 3073
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