Kiln Dried Logs Delivered To County Durham
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Kiln Dried Log Bundles:
Consciously-sourced firewood, delivered to Durham
- Easy online ordering process across all bulk logs for sale
- Delivery that suits you
- Never run out of kiln dried wood again
- Kiln-dried hardwood sourced and processed in the UK
- Sustainably-sourced hardwood logs
- Top-rated firewood for sale
Why kiln-dried logs are best
High-quality, British hardwood trees are used to create our kiln dried firewood logs, which are cut to a variety of sizes to suit any need and kiln-dried to take their internal moisture levels to below 20%. This allows them to burn cleaner, for longer, kick out more heat and more efficiently fuel your chiminea, wood-fired oven or firepit. Remember the best logs for your log burner = kiln dried. Check out our kiln dried logs for sale today.
Easy payment and swift firewood delivery
We deliver our kiln-dried logs all across Durham, for free, six days a week. Sounds too good to be true? It actually gets better:
- Bags of logs are wrapped safely against the elements
- Order any size you need, in any quantity
- A bulk firewood delivery at a time that suits you
Take the stress and strain out of buying logs with secure online payments and flexible, free delivery.
Versatile kiln dried logs for sale:
Our bulk firewood logs can be used for many purposes, so whether you are searching for; best wood for log burners, best wood for pizza ovens, chiminea logs, wood for wood burners, wood for stoves or wood logs for fireplace – we can fulfil your needs.
All bags typically contain a mix of:
We do not target specific wood species for the purpose of sustainability.
Select your firewood log size
Select the right sized logs for your needs here. See below for a reminder of the size options across our bulk logs for sale:
Learn about the best wood for burning here.
Planet-friendly hardwood sourcing
Wood-thinning keeps trees healthy, keeps wildlife happy, and ensures that our British woodlands will remain a sustainable resource far into the future. We’re proud to source our wood this way, and to assure our customers that our impact on the environment is careful and respectful. We only feature sustainable wooden logs for sale.
How FirewoodFund Started
Looking for Locally Sourced Firewood for Sale? FirewoodFund Has Just What You Need! There’s nothing quite like a log fire – from the beautiful aroma released by the burning wood to the crackling warmth radiating from the hearth.
FirewoodFund’s founder, Matthew, feels the same, but after a sub-par experience with a local dry firewood supplier in 2016, he began questioning where his wood came from. He wondered if this was locally supplied, and if so, how exactly were the firewood logs delivered and sourced?
In his plight for answers, this led Matthew down a rabbit hole of note, but one that would eventually be the seed behind the creation of FirewoodFund.
One of the biggest issues surrounding the UK’s firewood market is the clear lack of transparency on where and how wood is sourced. After careful research, Matthew discovered that much of the firewood delivered was not at all sustainable. Instead, most was shipped in from Eastern Europe, often on wooden pallet crates – adding hugely to its carbon footprint. Firewood that comes from beyond Britain’s borders in this way also poses a major risk to the country’s woodlands, inadvertently bringing in harmful bugs and diseases.
Today, FirewoodFund is the UK’s leading supplier of dry firewood that is sustainably sourced. Conscientious consumers looking for firewood for sale now have an option that is more sustainable than what is currently available.
At FirewoodFund, we strive to:
- Encourage local trade
- Establish long-lasting connections with our clients built on trust
- Supply locally sourced logs that are dry and ready to burn
- Ensure that our customers have an exceptional experience when ordering and getting their firewood logs delivered
- Support local tree-planting initiatives for every order placed (read more here)
Why choose us?
Excellent reviews: We know that our product and service are great, but to see what our growing customer base say about FirewoodFund, check our reviews below.
Free delivery: For weekday reservations, delivery is free between 9AM and 6PM. For an additional £30, FirewoodFund delivers on Saturdays.
Sustainably and locally sourced wood: All firewood and kindling supplied by FirewoodFund originates from sustainably managed British woodlands. While we commonly source ash, beech, and oak, we avoid supplying specific types of wood in order to be as sustainable as possible.
Secure purchase: When you place your order online, you can check out securely with PayPal or your credit / debit card on our SSL-secured website.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back: We’re so confident in the quality of our product and service, that if you aren’t happy, we’ll refund you or issue a credit note against a future purchase. See our terms and conditions for more information.
Outstanding customer service: If you have a question or would like to contact us, we will respond within half a day – just a small part of the FirewoodFund difference!
Fully sustainable for the future: Sustainability means more to us than meticulous sourcing – we also invest in the future of the UK’s beautiful woodland by donating to tree-planting charities with every single log order our customers place. We aim to be a responsible log supplier.
Full list of firewood delivery locations in Durham:
Aislaby, Allensford, Annfield Plain, Archdeacon Newton, Auckland Park Aukside and Aycliffe Village.
Barmpton, Barnard Castle, Barningham, Beamish, Beamish Open Air Museum, Bearpark, Beaumont Hill, Bedburn, Belmont,Benfieldside, Biddick, Bildershaw, Billingham, Billy Row, Binchester, Bishop Auckland, Bishop Middleham, Bishopsgarth,Bishopton, Blackhall Colliery, Blackhall Rocks, Blackhill, Blackwell, Bolam, Boldron, Bournmoor, Bowbank, Bowburn, Bowes,Bowes Museum, Bowlees, Bradbury, Brafferton, Brancepeth, Brandon, Branksome, Bridge End, Bridgehill, Brierton, Brignall,Broom Hill, Broompark, Brotherlee, Browney, Burnhope, Burnopfield, Butterknowle, Butterwick, Byers Green Byker Hill, Blackfell ( Washington), Birtley and Blaydon.
Carlbury, Carlton, Carrville, Cassop, Castle Eden, Castleside, Catchgate, Causey, Chester Moor, Chester-le-Street, Chilton, Chilton Lane, Cleatlam, Close House, Clough Dene, Coal Bank, Cockerton, Cockfield, Cold Hesledon, Collierley, Consett,Copley, Copthill, Cornforth, Cornriggs, Cornsay, Cornsay Colliery, Cotherstone, Coundon, Coundon Grange, Coundongate, Cowpen Bewley, Cowshill, Coxhoe, Craghead, Craigside, Crawleyside, Crimdon Park, Crook, Crookgate Bank, Crookhall, Croxdale and Cleadon.
Daddry Shield, Dalton Piercy, Dalton-le-Dale, Darlington, Dawdon, Deaf Hill, Dean Bank, Delves Lane, Deneside, Dent Bank, Denton, Dipton, Dragonville and Durham.
Eaglescliffe, Easington, Easington Colliery, East Blackdene, East Briscoe, East Hedleyhope, East Kyo, East Law, East Stanley, Eastbourne, Eastgate, Ebchester, Eden Vale, Edmondsley, Edmundbyers, Egglesburn, Egglescliffe, Eggleston,Eldon, Eldon Lane, Elstob, Elton, Elwick, Embleton, Escomb, Esh, Esh Winning, Esperley Lane Ends, Etherley Dene,Ettersgill, Evenwood and Evenwood Gate.
Fairfield, Faverdale, Ferryhill, Ferryhill Station, Finchale Priory, Fir Tree, Firth Moor, Fishburn, Fleming Field, Flint Hill,Forest-in-Teesdale, Foxton, Framwelgate, Framwellgate Moor, Frosterley and Fulwell.
Gainford, Garmondsway, Gilesgate, Gilesgate Moor, Gilmonby, Grange Hill, Grange Villa, Grassholme, Great Burdon, Great Chilton, Great Lumley, Great Stainton, Greatham, Greencroft, Greenhill, Greta Bridge and Grindon.
Hallgarth, Hamsterley (Bishop Auckland), Hamsterley (Consett), Hardwick, Harelaw, Harperley, Harrowgate Hill, Harrowgate Villa, Hart, Hart Station, Hartburn, Hartlepool, Hartlepool Abbey, Hartlepool railway station, Harwood, Haswell, Haswell Moor,Haswell Plough, Haughton-le-Skerne, Haverton Hill, Hawthorn, Headlam, Healeyfield, Hedley Hill, Heighington, Helmington Row, Hesledon, Hett, High Coniscliffe, High Dyke, High Etherley, High Fenton, High Forge, High Friarside, High Grange, High Haswell, High Hesledon, High Shincliffe, High Stoop, High Throston, High Urpeth, High Westwood, Hill End, Hill Top (Stanley), Hill Top (Teesdale), Hilton, Hobson, Holmside, Holwick, Horden, Horsleyhope, Houghall, Houghton Bank,Houghton-le-Side, Howden-le-Wear, Hummersknott, Hunderthwaite, Hunstanworth, Hunwick, Hurworth Place, Hurworth-on-Tees, Hury, Hutton Henry, Hutton Magna, Harton and Hedworth.
Ingleton, Inkerman, Ireshopeburn and Iveston.
Kelloe, Kepier, Killerby, Kimblesworth, Kinninvie, Kip Hill, Kirk Merrington and Knitsley.
Neasham, Nettlesworth, Neville’s Cross, New Brancepeth, New Coundon, New House, New Hunwick, New Kyo, Newbiggin (Lanchester), Newbiggin (Teesdale), Newfield (Bishop Auckland), Newfield (Chester-le-Street), Newton Aycliffe, Newton Bewley, Newton Hall, Newton Ketton, No Place, North Bitchburn, North Close, North End, Northlea and Norton.
Oak Tree, Oakenshaw, Old Cassop, Old Durham, Old Eldon, Old Quarrington, Old Stillington, Old Wingate, Ornsby Hill,Ouston, Ovington, Owton Manor and Oxhill.
Page Bank, Parkside, Pelton, Pelton Fell, Perkinsville, Peterlee, Phoenix Row, Pickering Nook, Piercebridge, Pittington, Pity Me, Plawsworth, Pontop Pike, Port Clarence, Portrack, Preston-le-Skerne and Preston-on-Tees.
Quaking Houses, Quarrington Hill and Quebec.
Rainton Gate, Ramshaw (Bishop Auckland), Ramshaw (Consett), Redmarshall, Redworth, Rift House, Rise Carr, River Wear,River Tees, Roddymoor, Romaldkirk, Rookhope, Roseworth, Royal Oak and Rushyford.
Sacriston, Sadberge, St Helen Auckland, St John’s Chapel, Satley, Scargill, School Aycliffe, Seaham, Seaton, Seaton Carew,Seaton Carew railway station, Sedgefield, Shadforth, Sheep Hill, Sheraton, Sherburn, Sherburn Hill, Shield Row, Shildon,Shincliffe, Shiney Row, Shotley Bridge, Shotton (Peterlee), Shotton (Sedgefield), Shotton Colliery, Skerne Park, Snaisgill,Sockburn, South Church, South Hetton, South Moor, South Pelaw, South Side, South Stanley, South Wingate, Spennymoor,Staindrop, Stainton, Stainton Grove, Stanhope, Stanhope and Tyne Railway, Stanley, Stanley Crook, Startforth, Station Town, Stillington, Stockton-on-Tees, Stockton and Darlington Railway, Stony Heap, Summerhouse, Sunderland Bridge,Sunniside, Sunny Brow and Sunderland.
Tan Hills, Tanfield, Tantobie, The Dene, The Grove, The Headland, The Middles, The Slack, Thinford, Thornley (Durham),Thornley (Weardale), Thorpe Larches, Thorpe Thewles, Thringarth, Tindale Crescent, Todhills, Toft Hill, Toronto, Tow Law,Town Kelloe, Townfield, Trimdon, Trimdon Colliery, Trimdon Grange, Tudhoe, Tudhoe Grange and Tursdale.
Urlay Nook, Urpeth, Ushaw Moor and Ushaw College.
Wackerfield, Waldridge, Wall Nook, Walworth, Walworth Gate, Waskerley, Waterhouses, Weardale, Weardale Railway, Wearhead, West Auckland, West Blackdene,West Cornforth, West Kyo, West Lea, West Park (Darlington), West Park (Hartlepool), West Pasture, West Pelton, West Rainton, West View, Western Hill, Westerton,Westgate, Westwick, Wheatley Hill, Whinfield, White-le-Head, Whitton, Whitworth, County Durham, Whorlton, Willington, Wingate, Winston, Witton Gilbert, Witton Park, Witton-le-Wear, Wolsingham, Wolviston, Woodham, Woodland, Woodside, Wycliffe and Wreckenton.