Kiln Dried Logs Delivered To Essex & Colchester
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Premier kiln dried firewood logs delivered to Essex & Colchester
Want a toasty, warm home all winter? Simply organise a sustainable firewood delivery to Essex with FirewoodFund today! Just choose how much kiln dried firewood you want and we’ll deliver it to your home on a date that suits you, whether you live in Abberton, Brentwood, Colchester or any other Essex address.
How easy is it to arrange a firewood delivery to Essex?
Very! Just select the amount you need and enter your address. When you come to pay, use your credit card, debit card, PayPal, Google or Apple Pay account and select a delivery date that suits you. We’ll do the rest!
How much does it cost to have kiln-dried logs delivered to Essex & Colchester?
From Monday to Friday we deliver kiln-dried logs to any address in Essex for free. We charge an additional fee for delivery on a Saturday.
Where can I have my kiln-dried logs delivered in Essex?
We offer firewood delivery to every address in Essex. From large towns, like Colchester and Southend-on-Sea, to villages like Finchingfield and Marks Tey, we promise to deliver high-quality firewood and an outstanding service.
What wood will I get?
Our bulk logs for sale are made up of a mixture of sustainably sourced British hardwood logs, acquired as part of the natural thinning process undertaken by tree surgeons.
Your bag will typically contain:
We do not target specific wood species for the purpose of sustainability
Why buy firewood logs in bulk?
Because buying logs in large quantities is more cost-effective. It’s also far more convenient than having to buy lots of smaller bags from the garage or a DIY store! We can advise you on how to safely get rid of the pallet if you have concerns.
Versatile kiln dried logs for sale:
Our bags of 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.
Weight vs volume
Our bulk log bags are sold in cubic metres (m3) rather than kilograms because you’re not paying for water. Some seasoned wood contains moisture, which increases the wood’s weight. As a result, you may be buying a lot of water! By kiln-drying our logs, we remove any residual dampness. It makes them lighter but not smaller. As such, the volume of the logs is a much better gauge of what you’re getting. Often there is a catch when buying cheap firewood logs.
Summer discounts on firewood
Like most things, logs are cheaper when demand is low. As such, buying logs in the summer months can be cheaper than in the winter. Buy your logs in bulk during warm weather and you’ll have enough to see you through the winter while saving money!
What can I use my firewood logs for?
Because they don’t contain moisture, kiln-dried hardwood logs are the best wood for burning and are suitable for a wide range of uses. They’re fantastic for:
- Open fires
- Wood-fired brick or clay pizza ovens.
The FirewoodFund story
A passion for British dry firewood and a disdain for poor services – The kindling that birthed FirewoodFund. After purchasing a stove, Matthew (our founder) headed to find some local firewood. Like most, he stopped at the first ‘Firewood for Sale’ sign he saw.
Armed with a pocket full of cash and a Debit Card just in case, he thought he had all bases covered. Little did he know he’d be paying by slipping a cheque – of all things – under a plant pot!
Well, at least he had his dry firewood. But to his surprise, these logs were shipped from Eastern Europe.. ‘Why?’ he thought. After all, that’s an unnecessary carbon footprint when we have perfectly fine woodland in Britain.
Hitting Google search, he started to research other local firewood businesses – They were all doing the same wasteful shipping. Matthew decided it was time to start his own company, FirewoodFund.co.uk. Now, we offer sustainably sourced firewood delivered straight to your home (or firepit, if you’re that lazy!)
Today, we have organised thousands of firewood log deliveries and donated thousands of pounds towards tree planting activity in the United Kingdom.
Lots of people enjoy a nice roaring fire and many of them want to know that the wood they burn has been ethically sourced. That’s why FirewoodFund was born.
We want to provide locally sourced, sustainable firewood for cozy fires while protecting the environment. As such, the logs for sale on our site are sourced through responsible tree felling to help keep British woodlands healthy. Find out more about how we source our wood here.
As part of our sustainability goals, we also donate towards tree planting in Great Britain for every bulk order placed online. You can find out more about our commitment here. We aim to be a responsible log supplier.
Why choose us for a firewood delivery in Essex & Colchester?
- We have a range of volumes and log sizes available online
- It’s simple and convenient to arrange a firewood delivery: Buy online at any time with your credit/debit card or PayPal, Apple or Google Pay accounts
- Choose a delivery date that’s convenient for you
- Delivery is free Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm, while a small fee applies on Saturday
- Our bulk firewood logs arrive on a pallet
- Kiln-dried logs contain less moisture than seasoned logs so they burn better
- All of the kiln-dried logs for sale are 100% British
- Our wooden logs for sale are sustainably sourced and we actively support replanting programmes
- Previous customers have 5 star rated our bulk firewood logs
Remember the best logs for your log burner = kiln dried. Check out our kiln dried firewood for sale today.
Full list of firewood delivery locations in Essex & Colchester:
Abberton, Abbess Roding, Abridge, Aldham, Alphamstone, Alresford, Althorne, Ardleigh, Arkesden, Ashdon, Asheldham, Ashen, Ashingdon, Audley End and Aythorpe Roding.
Bardfield Saling, Barking, Barnston, Barrow Hill, Basildon, Beauchamp Roding, Beaumont-cum-Moze, Belchamp Otten, Belchamp St Paul, Belchamp Walter, Berden, Berners Roding, Bicknacre, Billericay, Birch, Birchanger, Birdbrook, Blackmore, Black Notley, Bobbingworth, Bocking, Boreham, Borley, Boxted, Bradfield, Bradwell-on-Sea, Bradwell Waterside, Braintree, Brentwood, Brightlingsea, Broomfield, Broxted, Buckhurst Hill, Bulmer, Bures Hamlet, Bures St Mary, Burnham-on-Crouch, Benfleet and Broxted.
Canvey Island, Castle Hedingham, Chadwell St Mary, Chafford Hundred, Chelmsford (the county town), Chignall Smealy, Chigwell, Childerditch, Chipping Ongar, Chrishall, Clacton-on-Sea, Clavering, Coggeshall, Colchester, Cold Norton, Colne Engaine and Corringham.
Dagenham, Debden, Epping Forest, Debden, Uttlesford, Dedham, Dengie, Doddinghurst, Dovercourt, Downham, Dunmow, Drapers Green and Duddenhoe End.
Earls Colne, East Horndon, East Mersea, East Tilbury, Elmdon, Elmstead Market, Elsenham and Epping.
Farnham, Faulkbourne, Feering, Felsted, Finchingfield, Fingringhoe, Flitch Green, Foulness Island, Foxearth, Frating, Frinton-on-Sea, Fryerning and Fyfield,
Galleywood, Gosfield, Grays, Great Baddow, Great Bardfield, Great Bentley, Great Bromley, Great Dunmow, Great Horkesley, Great Maplestead, Great Notley, Great Oakley, Great Saling, Great Totham, Great Wakering, Great Warley and Great Yeldham.
Hadleigh, Hadstock, Halstead, Harlow, Harwich, Hatfield Peverel, Hawkwell, Helions Bumpstead, Henham-on-the-Hill, Herongate, Heybridge, High Beach, High Laver, Hockley, Horndon-on-the-Hill, Horsley Cross, Horsleycross Street, Howe Green, Hullbridge and Hutton.
Ingatestone and Ingrave.
Kelvedon, Kelvedon Hatch and Kirby-le-Soken.
Lambourne, Langenhoe, Latchingdon, Lawford, Layer de la Haye, Leigh-on-Sea, Lexden, Liston, Little Baddow, Little Bentley, Little Bromley, Little Horkesley, Little Maplestead, Little Totham, Little Warley, and Loughton.
Maldon, Manningtree, Margaretting, Marks Tey, Mashbury, Matching Tye, Messing, Mistley, Mount Bures, Mountnessing and Mundon.
Navestock, Newport, Essex, North Benfleet, Northey Island, North Shoebury and Nounsley.
Oakwood Park, Old Heath, Ongar, Orsett, Osea Island, Ostend and Ovington,
Pale Green, Parkeston, Pebmarsh, Pentlow, Pilgrims Hatch, Pitsea, Pleshey, Potton Island and Prittlewell.
Ramsey, Rawreth, Rayleigh, Rayne, Ridgewell, Rochford, Rowhedge and Roydon.
Saffron Walden, St Lawrence Bay, St Osyth, Sandon, Sewards End, Shelley, Shellow Bowels, Shenfield, Shoeburyness, Sible Hedingham, Silver End, South Benfleet, Southend-on-Sea, Southminster, South Ockendon, South Woodham Ferrers, Stanford-le-Hope, Stansted Mountfitchet, Stanway, Stambourne, Stapleford Abbotts, Steeple Bumpstead, Stebbing, Stisted, Stock, Stondon Massey, Stow Maries and Sturmer.
Takeley, Tendring, Terling, Thorpe-le-Soken, Thaxted, Theydon Bois, Thorrington, Thundersley, Thurrock, Tilbury, Tilbury Juxta Clare, Tiptree, Tollesbury, Tolleshunt Knights, Toot Hill, Toppesfield and Two Tree Island.
Ugley and Ugley Green.
Vange and Virley.
Wallasea Island, Waltham Abbey, Walton-on-the-Naze, Warley, West Bergholt, Westcliff-on-Sea, West Horndon, West Mersea, West Tilbury, Wethersfield, White Colne, White Court, White Notley, Wickford, Wickham Bishops, Wiggens Green, Wimbish, Witham, Wivenhoe, Wix, Woodlands Park, Wormingford, Wrabness, and Writtle.