Kiln dried logs delivered to Bristol
Book your log delivery when you buy firewood online. Only low moisture firewood logs for sale. Kiln dried logs delivered to Bristol. 100% British hardwood logs. Money back guarantee.
The destination to buy Kiln Dried & Seasoned Firewood Logs Online. Order today to get free delivery to Bristol.
Firewood Fund’s Logs are ready to burn because they’ve been kiln dried. We’ve also got a tip for you; buy your Firewood in warmer months to benefit from discounts.
It can get rather cold in Bristol in winter months. The temperature can actually drop to minus 15 °C! Be smart, buy some Kiln Dried Logs to ensure you keep your house warm during colder months.
If there was a city with a story to tell, it’s Bristol. Enclosed in the hills of South West England, it’s a unique identity that outshines anywhere else. Grounded within roots from times past, loving locals and spirited fans have assisted in carving out its character ever since.
It is not difficult to see why film directors, writers, actors, artists, scientists, architects and musicians have required inspiration there.
Famed for its adoring character and its maritime past, and for the stretches of parkland and sustainable methods that earned it a European Green Capital prestige, Bristol created its own unique identity.
Award-winning cycle tracks, Year-round festivals, gastronomy of all flavours in revitalised warehouses and behind secret entrances, spectacular cityscapes and tremendous street art, Bristol does not just buzz, it thumps.
Very compact to get around on foot, and big enough to boast an exhilarating line-up of amusement, Bristol has a lot to offer.
So if you happen to be situated in Bristol and are in need of superior logs available to buy online, then we supply high class kiln dried logs, that will be delivered all over the Bristol and Somerset area, including towns such as Cheddar, Glastonbury and Bath.
Why order logs from us?
√ Buy Firewood direct online. Pay using your all major credit and debit cards.
√ Bulk Firewood Logs conveniently delivered on a pallet.
√ We’ve flexible payment options to choose from. Use Stripe or Paypal when bulk buying logs online.
√ Book your log delivery time slot.
√ 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 (regardless 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 Logs in bulk suitable for:
√ Firewood ideal for the service sector. E.g. perfect for Clay/Brick Pizza Ovens.
√ Log subscription perfect for Public Houses with an Open Fire or Wood Burning Stove.
√ Use in colder months. Ideal for your wood burning stove or open fire.
√ Warm month use on your Firepit, Chimnea or Traditional Campfire.
Our Kiln dried Logs are the finest firewood for your home. The reason is very simple. When you begin a fire, your aim is to generate heat. The light looks nice, and the setting is great, but it’s the heat that you’re after. The heat of a fire originates from a process termed “oxidization,” where the oxygen in the atmosphere associates with carbon in the wood to generate carbon dioxide and a huge deal of warmth. That’s all you need from your wood, and anything else is a disturbance. All the water in the wood stands in the way of this.
Wood holds a great deal of humidity. This’s one of the reasons trees are such a prosperous form of life. Even when they’re very dry on the outside, a tree can preserve gallons of water. It can hold this moisture for years after the tree has been cut down. Though water is indispensable to life, it’s of no good when you’re trying to heat your home. Most times, half of the weight in a piece of wood could be water. It smokes and steams as it burns, and none of it will help you keep your home warm. Dry firewood burns warmer, cleaner and better. Every morsel of water that you can take out of the log makes it a better firewood, so why not turn to us as your number one discount log provider? Check out our logs for sale today.
Our log bags are sold in Cubic Metres (m3). We sell our logs in volume rather than weight because most of the moisture has been removed through the kiln drying process. Buying firewood logs in 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 on a pallet.
Buy firewood the easy way. Order hardwood online then get your kiln dried hardwood logs delivered to your home. Why struggle loading your car at the supermarket or garage? Buying logs in small quantities is expensive. Having bulk firewood delivered is the best value way to buy logs. We can supply you a kiln dried logs pallet direct to any address in the UK.
Look no further than FirewoodFund.co.uk, we may not have the cheapest for kiln dried logs, but we are confident we’ve the best logs for your log burner. Keep in mind the best wood for burning is kiln dried logs.
Full list of locations in Bristol we can deliver our logs for sale to:
Arnos Vale, Ashley Down, Ashton Vale, Avonmouth and Aztec West.
Baptist Mills, Barrs Court, Barton Hill, Bristol, Bedminster, Bedminster, Down, Begbrook, Bishopston, Bishopsworth, Blaise Hamlet, Botany Bay, Bower Ashton, Bradley Stoke, Brentry, Brislington, Broadmead and Broomhill.
Canons Marsh, Catbrain, Charlton, Mead, Chester Park, Cheswick, Clay Hill, Clifton, Combe Dingle, Cotham, Crew’s Hole, Crofts End, Downend, Eastville, Easton and Emersons Green.
Filton, Filwood Park, Fishponds and Frenchay.
Golden Hill and Greenbank.
Hanham, Hartcliffe, Headley Park, Henbury, Hengrove, Henleaze, Hillfields, Horfield and Hotwells.
Kensington Park, Kingswood, Knowle and Knowle West.
Lawrence Hill, Lawrence Weston, Leigh Woods, Lewin’s Mead, Lockleaze, Lodge Hill and Longwell Green.
Mangotsfield, Mayfield Park, Monks Park and Montpelier.
Netham, Newtown and North Common.
Redcliffe, Redfield, Redland, Ridgeway and Rose Green.
Sea Mills, Shirehampton, Sneyd Park, Southmead, Southville, Speedwell, Spike Island, St Agnes, St Andrews, St Anne’s, St George, St Jude’s, St Paul’s, St Philip’s Marsh, St Werburgh’s, Staple Hill, Stapleton, Stockwood, Stoke Bishop and Stokes Croft.
Totterdown, Two Mile Hill and Tyndalls Park.
Warmley, Westbury on Trym, Westbury Park, Whitchurch, Whitehall, Whiteway, Willsbridge, Windmill Hill, Winterbourne and Withywood.