We only sell hardwoods, typically red and white oak. We split our wood smaller in order to get it to dry out faster and burn easier. Keep in mind, the notion of seasoned wood is very subjective. Our hardwoods have typically only been on the ground for about a month. So, it won't be as easy to burn as fully seasoned wood (12+ months) or kiln-dried wood you purchase at a place like a hardware store. That's why we split it smaller, to speed up the drying process (It's also a better size for wood-burning stoves). Most of our customers don't have any problems starting a fire with older or drier wood and then using our wood to keep the fire burning hot throughout the night. The best of all options, of course, is to buy now and be ready for next season. Cheers!