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Firewood & Cord Calcuations

How to figure out how much wood you've got!

FHC Cord Calculator














A cord of firewood measures 4' x 4' x 8' and contains 128 cubic feet. You can calculate the size of a stack in cubic feet by measuring the height, depth, and length of the stack and multiplying one by the other two. For instance:

4' high x 1.5' deep x 48' long = 288 cubic feet

To figure out how many cord is in that same stack, simple divide it's size in cubic feet by the 128 cubic feet that are in a cord.

288 cubic feet divided by 128 cubic feet = 2.25 cord



Log to Cord Calculator


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Recent Reviews

  1. Woodpusherpro
    Woodpusherpro
    4/5,
    Very good resource.

    I wanted to know how much to stack on a typical 40" x 48" pallet to equal a rick (face cord, 1/3 cord, etc.).

    I had to plug and play with the height to equal .34 cord, bht quickly found it to be 40".

    Could be improved, but handy and useful nevertheless.
  2. RCK48
    RCK48
    5/5,
    Great calculator & info.
  3. Hammy
    Hammy
    5/5,
    Works well. Thank
  4. RGrant
    RGrant
    5/5,
    This is exceptionally well made and useful. I have been referencing it myself and sharing it with others.
  5. Sourwood
    Sourwood
    5/5,
    Handy device. Can one be made to measure a holzen haus? Formula is height x pi x radius squared. read that a traditional 7' tall by 8' diameter is 2 cords.
  6. joey arsenault
    joey arsenault
    5/5,
    love the log chart
  7. PogoInTheWoods
    PogoInTheWoods
    5/5,
    Handy dandy for sure. I like the log calculator too, and wonder how that one works. I've used the formula for finding cylinder volume as a guess-timate for the cubic feet in a log..., which will obviously be less than when it's split and stacked with all the air space.
  8. Grahamt
    Grahamt
    5/5,
    I had no idea how much wood I had , this makes it easy
  9. MarcusScott03
    MarcusScott03
    5/5,
    Easy to use
  10. dfmcleod
    dfmcleod
    4/5,
    it was quick and easy . i had already measured out my wood previously though.