Logs For Sale Online
0.8m3 Bulk Bag Of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£147.00 Add to cart
1.2m3 Bulk Bag Of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£195.00 Add to cart
1.6m3 Bulk Bag Of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£243.00 Add to cart
30 Bag Pallet Of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£170.00 Add to cart
50 Bag Pallet Of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£282.00 Add to cart
70 Bag Pallet Of Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£390.00 Add to cart
Premium Wooden Log Store – Free Delivery£249.00 Add to cart
Bulk Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs – Free Delivery£147.00 – £243.00 Select options
Here at FirewoodFund, we’ve the finest logs for sale online.
√ Our website only features kiln dried for sale, these burn slowly. Cheaper softwood logs burn quickly due to less fuel density.
√ Our logs for sale omit more heat than the cheaper alternatives containing higher moisture content.
Whilst buying logs online can seem expensive, we believe it’s the best way to go because alternative methods can present risks. Below we’ve outlined a couple of mistakes people make when sourcing firewood for their wood burning stove:
Chopping your own wood:
You can spend a lifetime chopping wood and the chances are that you will be chopping soft wood that burns incredibly quickly. Chopping wood is also very dangerous and can consume lots of electricity, petrol and blades. With this in mind, we’d suggest sticking to what you are good at and leaving the art of wood cutting to a commercial saw mill operation. Be safe and buy logs using money earned from your skill/extra hours put in at your workplace. Logs can literally cost you an arm and a leg.
Burning waste wood:
People often think burning old waste products such as pallets, bed frames and fence posts is a great way to save money. Whilst it can be, there are risks associated with this. The first being risk of damaging your stove. Most waste wood has been treated or painted therefore when you burn it, it can burn at a much higher temperature than natural wood. Most household stoves are not designed to burn at incredibly high temperatures and can even crack (if you abuse them for long enough). The second risk is toxic fumes entering your property. Stoves that have poor draw, are heavily used and are unserviced can increase risk of unwanted fumes entering your home. Burning treated/painted wood significantly increases risk of damaging the rope seal (between the door and main stove structure) and toxic fumes entering your property. Burning waste wood will also generate an unpleasant smell in your home. So make the right decision and buy logs from a dedicated Firewood supplier.