Kiln dried logs – Free delivery to Avon
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Buy kiln dried & seasoned firewood logs online and benefit from free delivery to Avon.
Our kiln dried logs for sale are ready to burn. Top tip, buy your Firewood in warmer months to benefit from discounts. We often hold seasonal sales.
We’ve been on a mission to make purchasing Logs as easy as possible. Order a bulk load of kiln dried logs in a few clicks.
Why choose us?
√ No hassle writing a cheque or paying an invoice. Buy Firewood direct online using your credit/debit card.
√ Order via Stripe or Paypal when bulk buying logs.
√ Bulk logs for sale.
√ Bulk Firewood Logs conveniently delivered on a pallet.
√ Select your firewood log size.
Sizes available: small logs, medium logs and large logs for sale. Our size selection service will ensure you get the perfect logs for a wood burner (no matter of what size!)
Our bulk bags are made up of a mixture of British hardwood logs from a natural thinning process. The typical firewood types are:
- Kiln dried oak logs for sale
- Kiln dried ash logs for sale
- Kiln dried beech logs for sale
Bulk kiln dried logs suitable for:
√ Winter use on your open fire or wood burning stove.
√ Kiln dried Firewood perfect for summer use on your Firepit, Chimnea or Traditional Campfire.
√ Log subscription perfect for Pubs or Restaurants with an Open Fire or Wood Burning Stove.
√ Kiln Dried Logs ideal for commercial use in Wood Fired Clay/Brick Pizza Ovens.
Some private establishments like the Avon Wildlife Trust decided to keep their name. The Royal Mail stated that it is unnecessary to incorporate Avon (or any postal county) as part of any address since it had abandoned their usage in 1996. A number of public bodies up till now cover the part of the former Avon County: for instance, Avon Fire and Rescue Service.
If you find yourself in need of warming up in the Avon this Winter, then you are in luck, because Firewood Fund have some of the best kiln dried logs for sale. Convenient too as you can buy logs online, from a few clicks.
The bulk bag remains the most widely used size for home deliveries. This bag is safely strapped to the pallet for secure delivery. We suggest that kiln dried logs should not be stored in the bag, but piled into a garage or log store. For this particular bag size, we would suggest six boxes of kindling and two boxes of 50 Flamers. Therefore if you are from the Avon region, and need a few quality fire logs to this winter, then the really is just one place to contact!
Our Kiln dried logs for sale will offer you the best burn quality with highest heat generation. The kiln drying procedure in our wood fired kilns take off the majority of the water for you, right down to an average moisture content of about 20%. Burning kiln dried logs will guarantee your stove glass remains clean and will defend against the accumulation of tar or soot in your flue or chimney. Since you get a lot heat output, you will essentially need a few kiln dried logs, compared to if you were to purchase seasoned logs, as a result giving you impressive monetary value. In addition, Kiln dried logs offer you a constant product you can trust in every time, in contrast to ‘seasoned logs’ that may be irregular regarding their moisture content because of the natural and diverse drying procedure. The standard length of 25cm kiln dried logs is suggested by stove companies to fit 99% of multi-fuel stoves or wood burning. Browse our Firewood Logs for sale by clicking the menu above.
Our bulk log bags are sold in Cubic Metres (m3). We market our logs in volume rather than weight because most of the moisture has been removed through the kiln drying process. Buying logs by weight isn’t a good measure. E.g. a ton bag of logs could mean you get very few logs if they are saturated with moisture. Beyond our bulk bags, you can also buy individual smaller bags of logs stacked on a pallet.
We are confident we’ve the best logs for your log burner. Remember the best wood for burning = kiln dried logs.
Full list of locations in the Avon area we can deliver kiln dried logs to:
Abbots Leigh, Abson, Acton Turville, Aldwick, Almondsbury, Alveston, Arnos Vale, Ashley Down, Ashton Gate, Aust and Avonmouth.
Backwell, Badminton, Bannerdown, Banwell, Baptist Mills, Barrow Gurney, Barrs Court, Barton, Barton Hill, Bath, Bathampton, Batheaston, Bathford, Bathwick, Beach, Bedminster, Bedminster Down, Benter, Binegar, Bishop Sutton, Bishopston, Bishopsworth, Bitton, Blagdon, Bleadon, Bourton, Bradley Stoke, Brentry, Bridgeyate, Brislington, Bristol, Brockley, Burrington and Butcombe.
Cameley, Camerton, Chapel Allerton, Carlingcott, Charlcombe, Charmy Down, Charterhouse, Chelvey, Chelwood, Chew Magna, Chew Stoke, Chewton Keynsham, Chewton Mendip, Chilcompton, Chipping Sodbury, Chittening, Churchill, Clandown, Clapton, Clapton in Gordano, Claverham, Claverton, Claverton Down, Clay Hill, Cleeve, Clevedon, Clifton, Clifton Wood, Clutton, Coalpit Heath, Codrington, Coleford, Combe Down, Combe Hay, Compton Dando, Compton Martin, Congresbury, Conham, Coombe Dingle, Corston, Cotham and Cowhill.
Dodington, Downend, Doynton, Dundry, Dunkerton, Dunkirk and Durdham Park.
Earthcott Green, East Clevedon, East Harptree, East Hewish, East Rolstone, Easter Compton, Eastertown, Easton, Easton in Gordano, Eastville, Edford, Edingworth, Elberton, Elborough, Emborough, Emersons Green and Englishcombe.
Failand, Farleigh, Farleigh Hungerford, Farmborough, Farrington Gurney, Faulkland, Felton, Filton, Fishponds, Flax Bourton, Foxcote, Frampton Cotterell, Frenchay, and Freshford.
Gaunts Earthcott, Greenbank, Grovesend and Gurney Slade.
Hallatrow, Hallen, Hambrook, Hamswell, Hanham, Hawkesbury, Hawkesbury Common, Hawkesbury Upton, Haydon, Hemington, Henbury, Henfield, Hengrove, Henleaze, Hewish, High Littleton, Hillesley, Hinton Blewett, Hinton Charterhouse, Holcombe, Horfield, Horton, Hotwells, Hunstrete and Hutton.
Inglesbatch, Inglestone Common, Ingst, Iron Acton, Itchington and Iwood.
Kelston, Kelston Mills, Kendleshire, Kenn, Kewstoke, Keynsham, Kilmersdon, Kingsdown, Kingston Bridge, Kingston Seymour, Kingswood, Kington, Knap and Knowle.
When watching logs burn on a real fire, we are mesmerised, are you?
Our kiln dried logs are perfect for a slow burn on a campfire, try it!