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  • 5 boxes of logs

    5x Boxes of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £96.50
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  • Firepit-&-Pizza-Oven-Log-Bags

    10x Firepit & Pizza Oven Log Bags

    Sale! £110.70
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  • 0.8m3-kiln-dried-log-delivery-premium-firewood

    0.8m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £166.50
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  • 30-bag-kiln-dried-log-delivery-premium-firewood

    30x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £193.50
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  • 1.2m3-kiln-dried-log-delivery-premium-firewood

    1.2m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £206.10
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  • 1.6m3-kiln-dried-log-delivery-premium-firewood

    1.6m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £260.10
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  • 50-bag-kiln-dried-log-delivery-premium-firewood

    50x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £304.20
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  • 80-bag-kiln-dried-log-delivery-premium-firewood

    80x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs

    Sale! £463.50
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Firewood Bundles


  • 0.8m3-kiln-dried-logs-bundle

    0.8m3 Firewood Bag Bundle

    From: £178.64
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  • 30-bag-kiln-dried-firewood-bundle

    30x Bag Firewood Bundle

    From: £230.84
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  • 1.2m3-kiln-dried-firewood-bundle

    1.2m3 Firewood Bag Bundle

    From: £233.54
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  • 1.6m3-kiln-dried-firewood-bundle

    1.6m3 Firewood Bag Bundle

    From: £312.29
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Kindling & Firelighters 


  • Box of 24 natural firelighters

    Flamer Firelighters (Pack of 24)

    Sale! £4.49
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  • Kindling

    Kiln Dried Kindling Box

    Sale! £4.95
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  • flamers-firelighters-50-natural-firelighters

    Flamer Firelighters (Pack of 50)

    Sale! £7.19
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  • 200-flamer-firelighter-box

    Flamer Firelighters (Pack of 200)

    Sale! £22.49
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What do our customers say?

Warming the Heart

There’s nothing quite so magical as the smell and feel of a warm roaring fire in atmospheric surroundings. This is why we’re so passionate about what we do and about offering the best products at the best prices. From open fires to ovens or burners, there’s nothing we don’t know about creating the perfect safe and reassuring burn with the help of the very best sustainable kiln-dried firewood logs produced from British hardwood.


The Finest Firewood Delivered

Each and every log at is carefully kiln dried to produce ‘ready to burn’ British logs of supreme quality for our many returning customers. Supporting a number of firewood types, our logs are suitable for a variety of uses and situations including:

  • Fire pits
  • Camp fires
  • Wood and multi-fuel stoves
  • Chimineas
  • Range cookers
  • Pizza ovens

Energy in a Bag

Every bag from your firewood suppliers carries a mixture of high energy oak, ash and beech firewood logs delivered with love, sustainably sourced in Britain from a natural thinning process. In truth, kiln-dried firewood doesn’t get any better than this, and we can dispatch our firewood logs efficiently with free delivery to any UK address. All this also helps to support UK trade and produce so everyone benefits, including both the environment and our woodland with the risk of disease significantly reduced. Using homegrown wood also prevents a bigger carbon footprint emerging.

We have Ignition

Natural firelighters and kindling are also a vital part of the process, which is why we make available some excellent accessory products, completely home produced to aid your fire burning skills all year round. We use the kindling process to facilitate an initial ‘easy to light and burn’ core of a fire. Once this has been established the kindling will help your logs to ignite.

What’s Best for Cooking and Heating?

It’s a fact that oak and beech provide a long-lasting burn for heating, whereas ash can generally produce short bursts of heat. Kiln-dried logs are ideal for cooking purposes as there’s much less moisture in the wood. In short, the material we provide is superb for both purposes. And the dryer the better.

A Potted History

You may be surprised to learn that kiln drying firewood is a relatively new process, invented by Anthony Cutara, who filed a successful US patent in 1983. Four years later the Department of Agriculture in America replicated the method, publishing a detailed procedure for the production of kiln-dried firewood. They also cited the higher heat output and increased combustion efficiency as key benefits of the process.

Renewable Resources

Demand for this type of fuel can outrun its ability to regenerate, which is why good forestry practices and well-designed vessels for using it can improve local wood supplies. By using British sustained wood, we ensure a perfect balance is created.

Effective Storing

There are several methods of storing firewood, ranging from free-standing stacks to specialised structures, both of which we can provide. The aim of storing wood is to keep water away from it and to continue the drying process in safe surroundings.

Going for the Burn

The type of wood you use for burning can offer various quality, heating and burning characteristics. Our combination of oak, ash and beech is perfect for producing an effective and powerful clean burn. In fact, all three of these denser harder woods are in the top table of firewood properties. One basket of kiln-dried logs can last as long as two baskets of seasoned logs.

An Important Note

Our supplier has signed up to the UK Government Timber Procurement Policy. This promotes active management, helping to build a more sustainable future for British woodlands in the 21st century and beyond.

Sharing the Love

If it’s firewood and logs you seek, is the place to come for the best in kiln-dried logs. Remember, our sustainably sourced logs have been kiln dried to reduce moisture. This offers a greater output of heat, meaning you need to use less logs. We also keep firewood prices low with a 0.8m3 bulk bag of kiln-dried hardwood logs. This really does present great value, and you can choose the perfect time for your firewood delivery.

Taking Stock

So why not plan ahead and stock up on the finest kiln-dried logs money can buy, from a company who cares?