Kiln dried logs delivered to Stoke on Trent & Staffordshire
5x Boxes of Kiln Dried Logs£99.00 Add to cart
10x Firepit & Pizza Oven Log Bags£115.00 Read more
0.8m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs£185.00 Add to cart
30x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs£205.00 Add to cart
1.2m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs£229.00 Add to cart
1.6m3 Bulk Bag of Kiln Dried Logs£289.00 Add to cart
50x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs£338.00 Add to cart
80x Bags of Kiln Dried Logs£515.00 Add to cart
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Kiln-dried logs delivered to Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire
Whether you want to keep your home cosy and warm in winter, enjoy the benefits of a roaring campfire in summer, socialise around a fire pit or get an authentic taste of Italy from your pizza oven, you’ve come to the right place. Our kiln-dried logs are ideal for a wide variety of uses.
I need a firewood delivery to Staffordshire. Can you help?
Absolutely. We can deliver firewood logs to addresses throughout the county. From Kinver to Flash and all the villages in between, we make bulk firewood deliveries easy. You can even have kiln-dried logs delivered to Stoke-on-Trent.
How do I order firewood online?
We’ve made the process as easy as possible.
Pick the amount of firewood and the size of log you need (we have small logs, medium logs and large logs for sale. Take a look at our size selector). Remember to add firelighters and kindling to your basket if you need them.
Proceed to the checkout, where you can choose from a wide range of payment methods. Pay by credit/debit card, Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal and select a convenient delivery date.
Once your payment has been processed, we’ll send a confirmation email and arrange your delivery.
How much does a firewood delivery to Staffordshire cost?
Wherever you live, there is no delivery charge from Monday to Friday. If a Saturday delivery is more suitable, there is a small charge.
How will the delivery arrive?
Depending on the delivery method you’d prefer, it will either arrive in a bulk bag or in boxes. Both arrive stacked on a pallet because it’s much more tidy than having loose logs dumped on your driveway!
Do you have any tips for getting value for money when buying firewood?
We do, yes.
- Order a bulk firewood delivery: You can often benefit from economies of scale (and it’s super convenient!).
- Buy firewood in the summer: Some companies offer discounts to keep their stock moving.
- Buy kiln-dried firewood: This contains less residual moisture than seasoned logs, which means you’re not paying for water.
Why are kiln-dried logs the best wood for burning?
Because they’re so dry. The kiln-drying process removes most of the moisture, which means it’s ready to use the moment it’s delivered.
Plus, it gives off less smoke than seasoned wood and reaches high temperatures fast because there’s less moisture.
Are your kiln-dried logs from sustainable sources?
They are. We’re committed to supporting the environment, so we only supply British firewood, which has been felled by professional tree surgeons.
We also make regular donations to tree-planting projects, to help create new woodlands and forests for the future.
Can you explain why the kiln-dried logs for sale on your site are measured by volume not weight?
Because we’re dedicated to transparency. It gives you a much clearer understanding of what you’re buying.
When you buy seasoned wood by weight, you’re buying a lot of water. It may look like a lot of wood – and it certainly weighs a lot – but there’s a high proportion of moisture.
When you buy kiln-dried wood, that water has been removed so it’s much lighter. However, if you can picture the volume, you can picture the amount of firewood you’ll receive.
Give me a quick summary of why I should buy firewood from you…
- Buy online at any time using your preferred payment method
- Pick a convenient delivery day
- Delivery is free to Staffordshire addresses from Monday to Friday
- 100% sustainably sourced British firewood
- Dry, ready-to-burn logs
- 5-star-rated product
Firewood delivery locations in Staffordshire:
Abbey Green, Abbey Hulton, Abbots Bromley, Above Church, Acres Nook, Acton Trussell, Adbaston, Admaston, Aldershawe, Alrewas, Alstonefield, Alsagers Bank,Alton, Amington, Anglesey, Anslow, Apeton, Armitage, Ashley and Audley.
Baggots Bromley, Bagnall, Baldwin’s Gate, Balterley, Barlaston, Barton-under-Needwood, Basford, Beasley, Bentilee, Berkswich, Betley, Biddulph, Bignall End,Bilbrook, Birches Head, Blithbury, Blithfield, Blythe Bridge, Bobbington, Boney Hay Boundary, Bradwell, Bramshall, Branston, Brewood, Brindley Heath, Brizlincote,Broad Meadow, Brocton, Brown Edge, Bucknall, Burntwood, Burslem, Burston and Burton upon Trent.
Cannock, Cannock Wood, Cauldon, Caverswall, Chasetown, Cheadle, Cheddleton, Chell, Cheslyn Hay, Chesterton, Church Eaton, Church Leigh, Clayton, Clifton Campville, Clough Hall, Chorley, Codsall, Colton, Comberford, Consall, Coton, Coton Clanford, Coton Hill, Coven, Crackley, Cross Heath, Croxden and Curborough.
Dales Green, Denstone, Derrington, Dimsdale, Dods Leigh, Doxey, Draycott in the Clay, Drayton Bassett and Dresden.
Eccleshall, Ecton, Edial, Edingale, Elford, Ellastone, Elmhurst, Endon, Enville, Essington, Etchinghill and Etruria.
Farewell, Fazeley, Featherstone, Field, Fisherwick, Flash, Fole, Forsbrook, Four Ashes, Fradley, Freeford and Froghall.
Gentleshaw, Gnosall, Godstone, Great Bridgeford, Great Haywood, Great Wyrley and Grindley.
Hademore, Hales, Halmer End, Hammerwich, Hamstall Ridware, Hanchurch, Handsacre, Hanley, Harlaston, Harriseahead, Hartshill, Haselour, Haughton, Haunton,Heath Hayes, Hednesford, High Offley, Hill Ridware, Hilton, Hints, Hixon, Hollington, Hollins, Hopwas, Horninglow, Horton, Huddlesford, Hulme End and Huntington.
Ilam, Ingestre and Ipstones.
Keele, Kettlebrook, Kidsgrove, Kings Bromley, Kingstone, Kinver, Knightley, Knighton (Newcastle-under-Lyme), Knighton (Stafford) and Knutton.
Leek, Leycett, Lichfield, Little Aston, Little Haywood, Little Wyrley, Loggerheads, Longdon, Longnor, Longport, Longton, Lower Leigh, Lower Penn, Lower Tean and Loynton.
Madeley, Maer, Marchington, Marchington Woodlands, Marston, Marston Brewood, Mavesyn Ridware, May Bank, Meaford, Meir, Middleport, Middleton Green, Miles Green, Milford, Milton, Milwich, Moreton, Morrilow Heath, Mount Pleasant, Mow Cop and Mucklestone.
Newborough, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Newchapel, Newton, Newtown, No Man’s Heath, Norbury, Norton Bridge and Norton Canes.
Oakamoor, Offley Hay, Olive Green, Onecote, Onneley, Orgreave, Oulton and Outlands.
Penkhull, Penkridge, Perton, Pipe Ridware, Pitts Hill, Porthill, Prospect Village and Pye Green.
Ranton, Rawnsley, Rocester, Rodbaston, Rolleston on Dove, Rookery, Rudyard, Rugeley and Rushton Spencer.
Salt, Sandon, Scot Hay, Seabridge, Seisdon, Shallowford, Shenstone, Sideway, Silverdale, Smallthorne, Sneyd Green, Spath, Stafford, Stanton, Statfold, Stoke-on-Trent, Stone, Stonnall, Stonydelph, Stowe-by-Chartley, Stramshall, Streethay, Stretton (Brewood), Stretton (Burton upon Trent), Swinfen and Syerscote,
Talke, Talke Pits, Tamworth, Tatenhill, Thorpe Constantine, Tixall, Trentham, Tunstall, Tunstall (near Eccleshall) and Tutbury.
Upper Hulme, Upper Leigh, Upper Longdon, Upper Tean and Uttoxeter.
Wall, Waterfall, Waterhouses, Weeford, Werrington, Westbury Park, Westlands, Weston, Weston-under-Lizard, Wheaton Aston, Whitehill, Whitgreave, Whitmore,Whittington, Wigginton, Willoughbridge, Willslock, Wilnecote, Wimblebury, Winshill, Withington, Wolstanton, Wombourne, Woodseaves, Wootton, Wordsley and Wrinehill.
Yarlet and Yoxall.