I picked up a labor gig from craigslist. $100 bucks to split and stack 3/4 cord. Amazing how clueless some burners are. This guy has a old slammer. All the wood was wet and he wants to burn it up in the next month, he's been burning fresh cut all winter. He showed me his burner, with pride. The glass door was coated with thick black goo. None of this wood is ready to burn, and he says he burns a cord a month! This guy is going to burn his house down. It seemed to him, amount of wood burned was more important than quality of burn . I mentioned he shouldn't plan on burning any wood he buys for a year or two, that went in and out one side of the head to the other. I told him he better clean his chimney- he said he had it inspected before he installed the slammer "it was fine". I hope he gets it soon. I'm thinking maybe I should bring him a stove load of seasoned wood, sort of steer him in the right direction. The wood was mostly knotted camphor rounds, oak branches. Guy has space to store 20 cords.