Kiln Dried Beech Logs – Free Delivery
We deliver kiln dried logs on a pallet to any address in the United Kingdom. 100% British hardwood supplied. Bulk bags typically include a mix of Oak, Ash and Beech logs. You can book your delivery day and select your log size when ordering. We even donate £4 to plant a tree in Great Britain for every order placed online.
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What are its qualities and how can it save you both time and money in the long run? We all have busy lives, so being able to light your fire quickly can be important. In order to make sure you’re prepared for the upcoming winter you’ll need to plan ahead. Where you store the logs can be important too, to get the best out of them right across the year. FirewoodFund can offer advice on all these things, which is why we enjoy an excellent reputation.
A Closer Look at Beech
It’s a fact that beech trees can grow in a variety of different soil types, with many reaching more than a 100 feet in height. This species of tree produces a fruit called the beechnut. This contains a lot of tannin which is enjoyed by a variety of animals, even though it’s bitter in taste. A beech tree can be identified by its smooth silver bark. The classification of the European beech, Fagus sylvatica, is quite complicated, with a variety of different names proposed for different species and subspecies. If ever you need to get into the shade, a beech tree will offer the perfect cover.
Why is Beech a Special Wood for Burning?
The wood is fairly easy to split and once professionally kiln dried will burn for a long time as its moisture level will have been reduced to around 20 per cent. Like all hardwoods, it is dense and it also produces a strong flame when lit. Beech produces more energy heat output than birch or ash, though for general warmth it’s certainly comparable to oak.
- Beech is a genus of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, Asia and North America
- They are popular choices for shade trees, and their wood makes excellent lumber and firewood.
- The flowers on beech trees are monoecious, meaning both male and female blossoms form on the same plant.
- The European beech tree is the most common on the planet.
- The copper beech tree is a cultivar of the European beech carrying coppery or purple leaves.
- Beech wood has a relatively close straight grain.
- Beech chips are used in the production of Budweiser beer.
Where to Buy
You can find kiln dried beech logs for sale at FirewoodFund – remember they are 100 per cent hardwood and relatively easy to store in a secure area through all weathers. Their efficiency means you’ll get great value for money, they’re safe to use and kind to the local environment. This is why it makes sense to buy kiln-dried beech logs from a reputable British supplier. In terms of calorific value, ours are some of the best on the market today.
In fact, they are recommended for wood burning stoves, multi-fuel burners or open fires. All our wood originates from sustainable British sources, lovingly prepared by experts in wood burning fuel. When buying from us, you really are helping the environment. This is what helps FirewoodFund stand out from the crowd, especially when it comes to kiln-dried beech logs.
The kiln-dried beech logs we supply are 100 per cent hardwood – but we also have oak and ash. Not all firewood is the same, but whatever your choice their quality is guaranteed to give you a relatively clean and thorough burn.
Here at FirewoodFund we work hard to continually supply our customers with top quality 100% hardwood logs. These include a mixture of oak, ash and beech. Our kiln-dried beech logs are second to none, providing a wonderful burn each time. This can bring excellent results, whether you’re using the logs as fuel for warmth or as a base for cooking. There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to get a fire going with damp wood. Planning ahead will ensure your stocks of quality kiln-dried logs with much of their moisture taken out will never run down.