I narrowed it down to two firewood suppliers. One supplier said his wood is seasoned for two years and its all oak. The second supplier said its Kiln dried but its mixed wood with mostly oak with some sugar maple,
red maple, yellow birch, wild cherry, beech. Does it matter what type of wood I burn? The second guy said because its kiln dried he can guarantee that the moisture content is going to be around 20-25% compared to wood that is seasoned outside in a pile where it could be around 40% even after a year or two. The first guy said his wood has been seasoned for two years, wouldn't that take out most of the moisture? If the type of wood doesn't really matter than I will probably go with the second guy since his wood would be drier than the other guy.