Kiln dried logs delivered to Dorset & Dorchester
5x Boxes of Kiln Dried Logs£92.00 Read more
10x Firepit & Pizza Oven Log Bags£95.00 Read more
0.8m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs£163.00 Add to cart
Bulk Kiln Dried Log Delivery£163.00 – £449.00 Select options
30x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs£174.00 Add to cart
1.2m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs£199.00 Add to cart
30x Bag Firewood BundleFrom: £205.25 Add to cart
1.2m3 Firewood Bag BundleFrom: £220.75 Add to cart
1.6m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs£249.00 Read more
50x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs£285.00 Add to cart
1.6m3 Firewood Bag BundleFrom: £294.50 Read more
80x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs£449.00 Read more
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Welcome to the place to buy kiln dried logs online. Organise your bulk log delivery to Dorchester and Dorset in a few simple steps.
Our kiln dried firewood logs are ready to burn. Our top tip of the day; buy your Firewood in warmer months to benefit from deals and discounts. Summer is the best time to organise a log delivery for value for money.
The coldest temperature recorded in Dorset was in 2010. Temperature plummeted to a freezing minus -12.4°C on Boxing Day morning, now thats what we consider cold! Why not be prepared and bulk buy some kiln dried logs, so you are ready for the cold?
Dorset is a delightful county located in the southern part of England and borders along Wiltshire, Hampshire, Somerset and Devon. Popular towns in this area include the Bournemouth holiday resort, Lyme Regis, Swanage, Poole and Weymouth (2012 Olympic sailing event venue). However, Dorchester is the county town. In case you’re looking for the perfect place that’s filled with character, Dorchester could well be the right place to visit.
Filled with popular stores, restaurants, bars and bistros, cafes, museums, fascinating attractions, beautiful gardens, a Roman Town House and river walks, there is definitely a lot to do and see in Dorset’s county town of Dorchester.
Dorset is one of only a handful couple of English counties that doesn’t have a motorway – however crucial transport links consists; the three ports of Poole, Weymouth and Portland and then an international airport located at Hurn.
It is extremely rural and over 50 percent of the county has been assigned as a place with breathtaking Natural Beauty.
A huge part of the Jurassic coast is contained in Dorset – popularly known as a World Heritage site and safe house for fossil collectors. This part of the coastline houses great points of interest such as; Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Old Harry Rocks, Chesil Beach and the Isle of Portland.
The region likewise has some phenomenal food and drink and a flourishing art scene and music. With lots of things to do, Dorset definitely has something for everybody, little wonder why tourism is its most thriving industry, drawing in a great many of people every year.
In the height of winter, the temperature drops in this part of the country. Therefore, an ideal solution would be to have an open fire ready to light in the evening. This is where FirewoodFund excels and in particular with our kiln dried logs for sale.
Why use kiln dried firewood?
Simply put – the drier the wood, the more the heat you can get out from it!
Newly cut “green” trees usually have a dampness of about 50 percent or even more and this makes lighting it and burning very difficult. It also produces a ton of chimney tar, ash and smoke with a harsh scent. Seasoned firewood can help lessen these issues, however to maximize heat output, use kiln dried logs. FirewoodFund can bulk deliver logs to any home in Dorchester and elsewhere within the county of Dorset.
The conventional technique used in drying firewood is called seasoning. This involves stacking freshly cut timber in the open for like a year or two so as to dry it naturally in sunlight and air. The recommended moisture for seasoned wood should be at most 35%, as this level of dampness will produce an adequate amount of heat with much less smoke, tar and ash than crisply cut “green” wood.
Why use FirewoodFund for a kiln dried log delivery:
√ Buy firewood direct online then pay using your credit or debit card.
√ Our logs are drier than most seasoned logs.
√ 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 stove you have).
√ Checkout in a few clicks using Stripe or Paypal when bulk buying kiln dried logs.
√ Flexible options. Book your log delivery day and timeslot.
Our logs are suitable for:
√ Winter use in your Stove or Open Fire.
√ Summer time use. Our kiln dried logs are perfect for your Firepit, Chimnea or Traditional Campfire.
√ Firewood logs ideal for the catering industry use in Pizza Ovens.
Order firewood the convenient way. Order hardwood online then get your kiln dried hardwood logs delivered to your address. 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 UK mainland address.
We sell firewood in Cubic Metres (m3). We dispatch our logs in volume rather than weight because most of the moisture has been removed through the kiln drying process. Buying logs in weight isn’t a good measure because 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 do not stock the cheapest kiln dried wood, however we are confident we’ve the best quality logs for your log burner (you get what you pay for when it comes to Firewood!). So next time, choose some bulk logs for sale from FirewoodFund.
Kiln dried log delivery locations in Dorset:
Abbotsbury, Affpuddle, Alderholt, Allington, Alton Pancras, Arne, Ashmore and Askerswell.
Batcombe, Beacon Hill, Beaminster, Belchalwell, Bere Regis, Bettiscombe, Bincombe, Bishop’s Caundle, Blackdown, Blandford Forum, Bloxworth, Bookham,Bothenhampton, Bournemouth, Bourton, Bradford Abbas, Bradford Peverell, Bradpole, Branksome, Bridport, Broadmayne, Broadstone, Broadwey,Broadwindsor, Bryanston, Buckhorn Weston, Buckland Newton, Buckland Ripers, Burstock and Burton Bradstock.
Canford Cliffs, Canford Magna, Cann, Castleton, Castletown, Cattistock, Caundle Marsh, Cerne Abbas, Chalbury, Chaldon Herring, Charlestown, Charlton Marshall, Charminster, Charmouth, Chedington, Cheselbourne, Chetnole, Chettle, Chickerell, Chideock, Child Okeford, Chilfrome, Chiswell, Christchurch,Church Knowle, Clifton Maybank, Colehill, Compton Abbas, Compton Valence, Coombe Keynes, Corfe Castle, Corfe Mullen, Corscombe, Cranborne, Crendell,Cripplestyle and Crossways.
Dewlish, Dorchester and Durweston.
East Compton, East Creech, East Knighton, East Lulworth, East Orchard, East Stoke, East Stour, Easton, Edmondsham and Evershot.
Farnham, Ferndown, Fiddleford, Fifehead Magdalen, Fifehead Neville, Fifehead St Quintin, Fishpond Bottom, Fleet, Folke, Fontmell Magna, Fortuneswell,Frampton, Frome St Quintin and Frome Vauchurch.
Gillingham, Glanvilles Wootton, Goathill, Godmanstone, Gussage All Saints, Gussage St. Andrew, Gussage St. Michael and Guy’s Marsh.
Halstock, Hammoon, Hampreston, Hamworthy, Hazelbury Bryan, Hermitage, Herston, Higher Wraxall, Hilfield, Hilton, Hinton Martell, Hinton Parva, Hinton St Mary, Holnest, Holt, Holway, Holwell, Hooke, Horton and Hurn.
Ibberton, Iwerne Courtney and Iwerne Minster.
Kimmeridge, Kings Stag, Kingston (North Dorset), Kingston (Purbeck), Kingston Russell, Kington Magna and Knowlton.
Langton Herring, Langton Matravers, Leigh, Lillington, Littlebredy, Littlemoor, Litton Cheney, Loders, Long Bredy, Long Crichel, Longburton, Lower Mannington,Lower Wraxall, Lydlinch, Lyme Regis, Lytchett Matravers and Lytchett Minster.
Maiden Newton, Mannington, Manston, Mapperton, Mappowder, Margaret Marsh, Marnhull, Marshwood, Melbury Abbas, Melbury Bubb, Melbury Osmond,Melcombe Horsey, Melcombe Regis, Melplash, Milborne St Andrew, Milton Abbas, Milton on Stour, Minterne Magna, Moor Crichel, Morcombelake, Morden,Moreton, Motcombe and Mosterton.
Netherbury, Nether Cerne, Nether Compton, Nettlecombe and Nottington.
Oakley, Oborne, Okeford Fitzpaine, Organford, Osmington, Osmington Mills, Over Compton, Overcombe, Owermoigne and Oxbridge.
Pamphill, Peacemarsh, Pentridge, Piddlehinton, Piddletrenthide, Pilsdon, Pimperne, Plush, Pokesdown, Poole, Poolestown, Portesham, Isle of Portland,Poundbury, Powerstock, Poxwell, Poyntington, Preston, Puddletown, Pulham, Puncknowle and Purse Caundle.
Radipole, Rampisham, Ridge, Ringstead, Ryall and Ryme Intrinseca.
Sandbanks, Sandford, Sandford Orcas, Seaborough, Seatown, Shaftesbury, Shapwick, Sherborne, Shillingstone, Shipton Gorge, Silton, Sixpenny Handley,Slepe, South Perrott, Southwell, Spetisbury, St Ives, St Leonards, Stalbridge, Stanton St Gabriel, Steeple, Stinsford, Stoborough, Stoborough Green, Stockwood,Stoke Abbott, Stoke Wake, Stourpaine, Stour Provost, Stour Row, Stourton Caundle, Stratton, Studland, Sturminster Marshall, Sturminster Newton, Sutton Poyntz, Sutton Waldron, Swanage, Swyre, Sydling St Nicholas and Symondsbury.
Tarrant Gunville, Tarrant Hinton, Tarrant Keyneston, Tarrant Launceston, Tarrant Monkton, Tarrant Rawston, Tarrant Rushton, Thorncombe, Thornford, Tincleton,Todber, Toller Fratrum, Toller Porcorum, Toller Whelme, Tolpuddle, Trent, Trickett’s Cross, Turners Puddle, Turnworth and Tyneham.
Upcerne, Up Sydling, Upton and Upwey.
Wakeham, Walkford, Wareham, Warmwell, West Bexington, West Chelborough, West Compton, West Knighton, West Lulworth, West Moors, West Orchard,West Parley, West Stafford, West Stour, Weymouth, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Whitcombe, Wimborne Minster, Wimborne St Giles, Winfrith Newburgh,Winkton, Winterborne Came, Winterborne Herringston, Winterborne Houghton, Winterborne Kingston, Winterborne St Martin, Winterborne Monkton, Winterborne Stickland, Winterborne Whitechurch, Winterborne Zelston, Winterbourne Abbas, Winterbourne Steepleton, Witchampton, Woodlands, Woodsford, Woodyates,Wool, Woolland, Wootton Fitzpaine, Worgret, Worth Matravers, Wyke Regis and Wynford Eagle.