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Wood Fuel Blocks Greenheat 20PK

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Wood Fuel Blocks Greenheat  20PK

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  • 100% Recycled Hardwood
  • No Additives
  • Low Creosote and Smoke
  • Carbon Neutral
  • 1 ton equals a full cord of firewood
  • Half the space of a cord of wood
  • Easy to start
  • 1 ton equals 2 1/2 gallons of ash
  • Each brick contains approx. 17,000 BTU's
  • Safe to transport anywhere in the USA
  • Each block is approx 6"L x 2.5"H x 4"W
SKU 690700010
Model GREN-20
Weight 40.0000
Color No
Size No
Width No
In Store Only No
Price $4.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.

Customer Reviews

Wonderful Review by Loafer

I have used these for three years, buying them at Rural King, in my shop area. I love using them because they give off great heat and stack so well. However, this year, 2014, I am having problems getting them. Our local Rural King is not stocking them, and I cannot find them anywhere else.

(Posted on 10/3/2014)

Great Product Review by Robert

after using these as a supplement in the beginning with cord wood this year I will be burning nothing but these for the winter months and very useful for the camp fire very easy for elderly age group to use 87 year old woman handled these blocks very easily Great product line to continue very satisfied!!

(Posted on 9/17/2014)

Awesome! Review by MAL

I bought these for camping. These things are GREAT! They stack easier than cord wood, are WAY cleaner (in terms of bugs and such), are DRY when needed, burn easier (very little kindling needed) and more predictable than cord wood. Compared in pricing to bundled wood it is much cheaper! I use about one bundle of these per day camping from afternoon to when I go to bed. Definitely worth it and will never go back to cord wood.

(Posted on 3/18/2014)

Good Product Review by Pete Silano

Bought some fuel blocks with a wood burning stove that I ordered from Rural King. I have used some to supplement the wood. Seem to work just fine with giving off good heat very little ashes. Would buy a ton of them but as luck would have it there is no one who sells them in my area and because of the weight the shipping is just out of the question. If you can get them in your area they are really worth the money.

(Posted on 2/22/2014)

Why doesn't everyone sell these? Review by Rebecca

These fire blocks are amazing...put out a lot of heat and leave very little ash. They are clean and very easy to use. Rural King is the only place I can find them, everyone should sell these. Compared to cutting and splitting firewood this is so simple. I am 70 years old...this is so much easier for me. I'd always keep a few bundles on hand for an emergency, if nothing else. Good to use to load up the stove before you go to bed. 50 bags equals a cord of wood, but stores in half the space, and costs $200...higher than firewood around here, but so much easier and convenient that it is worth the cost difference.

(Posted on 10/25/2013)

great product Review by hunter

I will never got back to cord wood again.
Im selling my chainsaws.
Im burning these heating the hole house.
almost no ash to deal with and no mess.
also no smoke..these are great
1/2 a pack on a normal winter day
used 1 full pack when the wind was blowing and temp was down to -15 . plenty of heat and no fuss. Just load and go

(Posted on 2/5/2013)

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In the paper ads,it says the bricks are sold in 20 packs for $3.99.
What size are these bricks? How many packs would I need to purchase to equal a ton?
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Is there any glue or additives that hold these together?