The one stop shop to buy Kiln Dried & Seasoned Logs Online. Order today and get free delivery to Crewe and Cheshire.
Our Logs For Sale are ready to burn because they’ve been Kiln Dried to eliminate moisture. Whilst you are here, lets let you into a secret of ours; buy your Firewood in warmer months to benefit from discounts.
Did you know way back in January 2010 the temperature plummeted to a incredibly cold minus 17°C. This was recorded in Woodford, Cheshire. Now thats what we consider cold! In the highlands it actually reached minus 23°C that night. Why not be prepared for these Winter conditions by bulk buying some Kiln Dried Logs for your Stove or Open Fire?
Our range of Logs For Sale, we can deliver to your address:
0.8m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£133.00 Select options
1.2m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£175.00 Select options
1.6m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£217.00 Select options
30 bag pallet of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£156.00 Add to cart
50 bag pallet of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£260.00 Add to cart
70 bag pallet of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£361.00 Add to cart
Bulk Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£133.00–£361.00 Select options
Flamer Firelighters (Pack of 200)£17.00 Add to cart
Flamer Firelighters (Pack of 24)£3.00 Add to cart
Flamer Firelighters (Pack of 50)£4.99 Add to cart
Kindling (Kiln Dried)£4.15 Add to cart
Log Store£249.00 Add to cart
Cheshire, a lowland province within north-western England, looks like a hammock slung amid the Flint–Denbighshire uplands (west), and the south-west Pennines (east), and the southerly morainic barrier. This is traversed by the midland gap, now trailed by road, canal and rail. Under the effect of the expanding cotton business, Stockport (significant for the production of textile machinery) and other towns within north-east Cheshire developed rapidly; Birkenhead then progressed around Cammell Laird’s shipyard.
As the populace quadrupled in the 19th century, canals took agricultural and coal products to the labour forces, and salt over all of England; railway networks radiating from Chester and Crewe were amplified by that development around Manchester and a tunnel underneath river Mersey, linking Liverpool with Birkenhead (1886). The development of the chemical industries, focused on Port Sunlight (soap), Northwich (salt), Runcorn and lessened the reliance on textiles. The populace continued to grow, since much of the northern Cheshire has come to be a dormitory or overspill area for nearby Lancashire inner-city centres. The county once termed ‘the seed plot of Gentility’, nonetheless remains determined to maintain its history.
Are you from Cheshire and need to buy some logs online? You might want to try our superb kiln dried logs. As the name suggests, kiln dried logs have been dried up in a large chamber or kiln, to decrease moisture content to enable it to burn more effectively and cleanly. The more orthodox air-drying method of seasoning firewood is continuously prone to weather circumstances and can take close to three years to properly finish.
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Kiln Dried Logs in bulk suitable for:
√ Keeping warm during winter months. Use in your open fire or wood burning stove.
√ Kiln dried Firewood also perfect for the warmer months. Ideal to to burn on your Firepit, Chimnea or Traditional Campfire.
√ We only feature 100% British Kiln Dried Logs.
√ Premium Firewood Logs ideal for trade use in Wood Fired Pizza Ovens.
√ Log subscription perfect for Public Houses with an Open Fire or Wood Burning Stove.
Many clients prefer the “aesthetic” of kiln dried firewood; since the logs are mainly silver birch, they have a habit of being more uniform in shape. This generates a neater stack, whether indoors or in your wood store or along your fireside.
Kiln dried wood offers you the kind of fire you have always wanted – beautiful, fast and hot. It produces an effective type of firewood log, many thanks to their low moisture content, which is usually below 20%. As there is less moisture, a lower amount of energy will be necessary to burn off this moisture, allowing more of the energy to be transformed into heat. Added to this, they are easy to set alight and they provide that crucial roaring flame.
One big benefit of kiln dried logs is that due to the fact that they burn hotter and efficiently, you need fewer logs to get the same output as green wood or barn dried seasoned logs. Furthermore, there is no extra drying time necessary, meaning that you can add them to your fire immediately once you get them. Additionally, as logs that have been kiln dried burn at a higher temperature, any sap and water retained within the wood is burned off, thus decreasing the likelihood of it leaving behind a residue of tar in your stove, which can eventually lead to it becoming less effective. We hope our information has helped you today, if so click the button below to view our logs for sale online:
Locations in Cheshire we can deliver our Logs For Sale to:
Acton, Acton Bridge (or Acton-in-Delamere), Adlington, Agden (Chester), Agden (Macclesfield), Alderley Edge, Aldersey, Aldford, Alsager, Allostock, Alpraham, Alvanley, Anderton with Marbury, Antrobus, Appleton (or Appleton Thorn), Arclid, Ashley, Ashton, Ashton Hayes, Astbury (or Newbold Astbury), Aston by Budworth, Aston by Sutton, Aston juxta Mondrum, Aston and Audlem.
Backford, Baddiley, Barnton, Beeston, Bexton, Bickerton, Blacon, Bollington, Bosley, Brereton, Brown Knowl, Broxton, Bruera, Bucklow Hill, Bunbury, Burton (near Neston), Burton (in Chester District, near Tarporley), Broken Cross and Byley.
Capenhurst, Chelford, Chester, Chorley (Macclesfield), Christleton, Churton, Clutton, Comberbach, Congleton, Cranage, Crewe, Crewe Green, Crowton and Cuddington.
Daresbury, Darnhall, Davenham, Delamere, Dawpool, Disley, Dodleston, Dunham-on-the-Hill and Dutton.
Eaton (near Macclesfield), Eccleston, Elworth, Ellesmere Port and Elton.
Farndon, Farnworth, Widnes and Frodsham.
Gawsworth, Goostrey, Grappenhall, Great Budworth, Great Sutton, Great Warford and Guilden Sutton.
Hale, Handforth, Handley, Hargrave, Hartford, Haslington, Hatherton, Helsby, Henbury, High Legh, Higher Whitley, Holmes Chapel, Hoole, Huntington and Huxley.
Kelsall, Kettleshulme, Kerridge, Kingsley and Knutsford.
Lacey Green, Langley, Lach Dennis, Latchford, Ledsham, Leftwich, Little Bollington, Little Budworth, Little Leigh, Little Neston, Little Sutton, Little Warford, Littleton, Lostock Gralam, Lower Peover, Lower Whitley, Lower Withington and Lymm.
Macclesfield, Malpas, Manley, Marston, Marthall, Marton, Medhurst Green, Mere, Mickle Trafford, Middlewich, Millington, Mobberley, Mollington, Moore, Mottram St. Andrew, Mouldsworth and Moulton.
Nantwich, Ness, Neston, Nether Alderley, Newbold Astbury (or Astbury), Newton, Norley, North Rode and Northwich,
Oakhanger, Oakmere, Ollerton, Over and Over Alderley.
Parkgate, Peckforton, Peover Inferior (Lower Peover), Peover Superior (Over Peover), Pickmere, Plemstall, Plumley, Pott Shrigley, Poynton, Prestbury, Preston Brook and Puddington.
Rainow, Rhuddall Heath, Rode Heath, Rostherne, Rowton, Rudheath, Runcorn and Rushton.
Saighton, Sandbach, Sandiway, Saughall, Scholar Green, Shocklach, Shotwick, Siddington, Snelson, Sproston, Stanthorne, Stapeley, Stoak, Stretton, Styal, Sutton Weaver (or Sutton, near Frodsham), Sutton (near Macclesfield) and Swettenham.
Tabley Inferior, Tabley Superior, Tarporley, Tarvin, Tatton, Tattenhall, Thornton-le-Moors, Threapwood, Thurlwood, Tilston, Timbersbrook, Tiverton, Toft, Tranmere and Tushingham.
Utkinton and Upton (or Upton-by-Chester).
Warrington, Warmingham, Waverton, Weaverham, Wervin, Westminster, Weston (near Crewe), Weston (near Runcorn), Wettenhall, Wharton, Wheelock, Whitegate, Widnes, Willaston (near Nantwich), Willaston (near Neston), Wilmslow, Wimboldsley, Wincham, Winsford, Winterley, Wirral Peninsula, Wrenbury and Wybunbury.
Local Firewood Suppliers:
Tel: 01260 224430.
Products: Seasoned hardwood logs and Seasoned softwood logs.
Cheshire Firewood Company.
Tel: 0161 300 9364.
Products: Kiln Dried Logs, Part Seasoned Logs, Unseasoned logs and Seasoned logs.
Tel: 01606 892608.
Products: Bulk bags of seasoned logs, barrow bags of seasoned logs, Kindling nets and pallet of kindling.