Question by  val (95)

What is the measurement of a cord of wood?

I mean, how much wood is that?


Answer by  Randy73 (58)

The cord is the typical measurement for firewood. It is a stack of firewood measuring four feet by four feet by eight feet. The standard cord is usually not used as four foot pieces don't fit in stoves. You will usually be sold a face cord (4'X16"X8').


Answer by  step (309)

A cord of wood, would be 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet. This equates to 128 square feet. And for a visual, this amount of wood, would fill up half the bed of a large size pickup truck.

posted by Anonymous
That would have to be the largest pick up in the world! I have never seen a cord fit in the back of a pick up - any size pick up!  add a comment

Answer by  mitchelld (122)

As a standard measurement a full cord of wood stacked is 4 feet deep by 4 feet high by 8 feet long


Answer by  sara99 (851)

It is hard to know what you pay for in firewood unless you measure the purchase. It should be stacked for a full cord or a half cord. A full cord will be a stack 4' x 4' x 8'. It should be stacked for an accurate measurement with the volume at 128 cubic feet.


Answer by  embockjr (709)

Well, a cord of wood is defined as a pile approximately 8 feet long, 4 feet high and 4 feet wide. Alternately, any pile of wood containing 128 cubic feet, by volume, is a cord.


Answer by  mansi (521)

It measures 4 feet high by 4 feet wide by eight feet long (4' x 4' x 8') and has a volume of 128 cubic feet. A cord of wood is 4x8 feet long and is wide as individual firewood pieces. A common fraction of cord has pieces averaging 16" and is equal to 1/3 of a full cord.

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