Kiln dried logs – Free delivery to Berkshire & Reading
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Welcome to the place to buy seasoned & kiln dried logs online. Free delivery to Reading and Berkshire, England.
Our logs for sale are ready to burn because they’ve been kiln dried. We’d like to let you into a secret of ours, check out our kiln dried logs in warmer months to benefit from discounts.
Interesting fact alert, the lowest temperate recorded in Berkshire, was a chilly minus 18.5 °C! This was recorded in Arborfield on 14 January 1982. So bulk buying some kiln dried logs isn’t a bad idea! Best be prepared for the winter right? Our mission is to make ordering kiln dried logs as convenient as possible.
FirewoodFund was created in 2016 when its founder discovered that a majority of online retailers were actually importing kiln dried logs from Eastern Europe and selling to the British market. When he looked into this in more detail, he was shocked to discover that many of these retailers were not being transparent. E.g. When Googling terms such as ‘British’ or ‘sustainable logs’, these retailers were appearing at the top of search rankings. These websites often make no reference to to origin of the wood logs for burning. FirewoodFund was then born to support the British Firewood industry.
Reading can trace its origins as far back as the 8th century. It has always been highly populated, and initially made most of its wealth from trading cloth. Since then, it has also achieved fame as a centre of excellence for both iron works (an industry now largely dormant) and brewing.
Reading is the UK’s highest ranked city in terms of economic success and wellbeing – this is based on a survey of health, employment levels, quality of living and income. In terms of culture Reading is famous for its festival – which has been held every year since 1971 and has attracted many, many big names to the city and the county of Berkshire. In terms of sport Reading Football Club, after several spells in the top flight, sit in the Championship and is also home to several Rugby Union clubs of various levels, most notably Premiership team ‘London Irish’. The county of Berkshire sits in SE England, just west of London and there is always some discussion as to whether or not the county truly lies in the London commuter belt, or whether it’s just a teeny bit outside of it.
Whether you live in Reading or any other part of Berkshire, we’ve got solutions to help you keep your home, your loved ones and yourself warm during colder times.
It’s a proven fact that it makes great economic sense to use an open fire or log-burner, and that’s why we’re so passionate about our making that process as easy as possible for you when it comes to looking for kiln dried logs for sale.
All you need to do is fill in your payment/delivery details and then let us know when you want your wood. We’ll then do everything else for you, and you can expect some quality kiln dried logs appearing on your doorstep at a time that suits.
Kiln dried logs in bulk suitable for:
√ Your home’s wood burning stove or open fire.
√ Summertime use on your Chimnea, Firepit or Campfire.
√ Commercial use in Wood Fired Pizza Ovens.
√ Save t0wards your Firewood option ideal for Public Houses with an Wood Burning Stove or Open Fire.
Why Firewood Fund?
√ Buy firewood logs direct online using all common credit and debit cards.
√ Kiln dried firewood conveniently delivered on a pallet.
√ Checkout using Paypal or Stripe when buying logs in bulk.
√ Flexible options. Book your kiln dried logs delivery slot.
√ Select your hardwood 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 oak logs for sale
-Kiln dried ash logs for sale
-Kiln dried beech logs for sale
Bulk 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 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 stacked on a pallet.
We are confident we’ve the best logs for your log burner.Keep in mind the best wood for burning is kiln dried logs, period!
Interested in our kiln dried log delivery service? Well great..click the link below to browse our kiln dried logs by clicking the top menu.
Full list of locations we can deliver kiln dried logs to in Berkshire:
Aldermaston, Aldermaston Wharf, Aldworth, Arborfield, Arborfield and Newland, Arborfield Cross, Arborfield Garrison, Ascot and Ashampstead.
Bagnor, Barkham, Basildon, Baylis, Beansheaf Farm, Beech Hill, Beedon, Beedon Common, Beenham, Benham Hill, Billingbear, Binfield, Birch Hill, Bisham, Bloomfield Hatch, Boxford, Boyn Hill, Bracknell, Bracknell Forest, Bracknell Forest, Bradfield, Bray, Bray Wick, Brightwalton, Brightwalton Green, Brimpton, Brimpton Common, Britwell, Brock Hill, Brookside, Bucklebury, Bullbrook, Burchetts Green, Burghfield, Burghfield Bridge, Burghfield Common, Burghfield Hill, Burleigh and Burnt Hill.
Calcot, California, Catmore, Caversham, Caversham Heights, Caversham Park, Chaddleworth, Chalvey, Chapel Row, Charvil, Chavey Down, Cheapside, Chieveley, Cippenham, Clewer, Cockpole Green, Cold Ash, Coley, Coley Park, College Town, Colnbrook, Colthrop, Combe, Compton, Cookham, Cookham Dean, Cox Green, Cranbourne, Crazies Hill, Crockham Heath, Crookham, Crookham Common, Crown Wood, Crowthorne and Curridge.
Datchet, Dedworth, Denford Park, Donnington and Downend.
Earley, East Garston, East Ilsley, East Shefford, Eastbury, Easthampstead, Eddington, Elcot, Eling, Emmbrook, Emmer Green, Enborne, Enborne Row, Englefield, Eton and Eton Wick.
Farley Hill, Farley Wood, Farnborough, Fawley, Fifield, Finchampstead, Fords Farm and Frilsham.
Gardeners Green, Goddard’s Green, Grazeley, Grazeley Green, Great Shefford and Greenham.
Halfway, Hampstead Norreys, Hamstead Marshall, Hanworth, Hare Hatch, Harmans Water, Hawthorn Hill, Hayley Green, Haymil, Heads Hill, Hell Corner, Hermitage, Hoe Benham, Holme Green, Holybrook, Holyport, Home Farm, Honey Bottom, Horncastle, Horton, Hungerford, Hungerford, Hungerford Newtown, Hunts Green, Hurley, Hurst and Hyde End.
Inkpen and Inkpen Common.
Katesgrove, Kiln Green, Kintbury and Knowl Hill.
Lambourn, Lambourn Woodlands, Langley, Lawrence Hill, Leckhampstead, Leckhampstead Thicket, Leverton, Little Heath, Little Sandhurst, Littlewick Green, Lower Basildon, Lower Denford and Lower Padworth.
Maidenhead, Maidens Green, Manor Park, Marlston, Marsh Benham, Martins Heron, Midgham, Midgham Green, Mortimer, Mortimer Common and Moss End.
Newbury, Newbury, Newell Green, North Ascot, Northborough and Nuptown.
Oakley Green, Oare, Old Windsor, Owlsmoor and Ownham.
Padworth, Padworth Common, Paley Street, Pangbourne, Peasemore, Pingewood, Pinkneys Green, Popeswood, Poyle, Priestwood and Purley on Thames.
Ravenswood, Reading, Remenham, Riseley, Ruscombe and Ryeish Green.
Sandhurst, Shaw, Shaw cum Donnington, Sheffield Bottom, Shefford Woodlands, Shinfield, Shottesbrooke, Shurlock Row, Sindlesham, Slough, Slough, Snelsmore, Sonning, South Ascot, South Fawley, Southcote, Southend, Speen, Speenhamland, Spencers Wood, St. Nicholas, Hurst, Stanford Dingley, Stanmore, Stockcross, Stratfield Mortimer, Streatley, Stubbings, Sulham, Sulhamstead, Sulhamstead Abbots, Sunningdale, Sunninghill, Sunninghill and Ascot, Swallowfield and Swinley Forest.
Temple Park, Thatcham, Thatcham, The Warren, Theale, Three Mile Cross, Tidmarsh, Tidmarsh with Sulham, Tilehurst, Tilehurst, Touchen End, Tutts Clump, Twyford, Ufton Nervet, Upper Basildon, Upper Bucklebury, Upper Culham, Upper Denford, Upper Eddington, Upper Lambourn, Upper Woolhampton, Upton and Upton Lea and Waltham St. Lawrence,
Warfield, Warfield Park, Wargrave, Warren Row, Wash Common, Wash Water, Wasing, Water Oakley, Welford, West Berkshire, West Ilsley, West Woodhay, Weston, Wexham, Whistley Green, White Waltham, Whitegrove, Whitley, Whitley Wood, Wick Hill, Wickham, Wickham Heath, Wildridings, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, Winkfield, Winkfield Row, Winnersh, Winterbourne, Wokefield, Wokingham, Wokingham, Wokingham, Wokingham, Wokingham Without, Wooden Hill, Woodlands St Mary, Woodley, Woodside, Woodspeen, Woolhampton, Woosehill, World’s End and Wraysbury,