Large 35 cm Logs
Our 35 cm kiln-dried hardwood logs are obtained from an environmentally conscious source. The reduction in moisture achieved through the kiln-drying process means greater heat output, a slower burn and fewer logs are used.
Each 0.8m3 bag is comparable to 24 of our small bags of logs. And these premium, ‘ready to burn’ logs make excellent fuel for stoves, including those DEFRA-approved stoves suitable for use in a smoke controlled area. They also work well on open fires, in fire pits and in indoor or outdoor pizza ovens.
Bulk Bag British Kiln-Dried Log Delivery
Our bulk-sized hardwood log bags are securely transported on pallets to ensure safe delivery. Then, on receipt, we recommend kiln-dried logs are stacked into a log store or garage, rather than left in the bags. Three boxes of kiln-dried kindling and 24 Flamers natural firelighters will tend to be sufficient to accompany this size of bulk firewood delivery.
What’s In The Bag?
These larger in length, 100% British kiln-dried hardwood logs measure 35 cm (13.8 inches). Please note that actual length can vary by 10% more or less. The diameter of each log is between 8 and 20 cm (4-8 inches).
Each bag contains a blend of 100% British hardwood, typically including Ash, Beech and Oak. Our logs are sourced responsibly utilising a woodland thinning process, and no single species of wood is targeted, to enhance woodland sustainability. Also, all logs are audited for quality control prior to being dispatched.
How Do Kiln-Dried Logs Compare To Seasoned Logs?
The kiln-drying process that our logs go through reduces sufficient moisture (-20%), so kiln-dried wood logs can burn hotter than their non-kiln-dried equivalents. This makes them the perfect firewood for wood-burning stoves or open fires.
The quality of kiln-dried hardwood is consistent, whereas seasoned logs often produce less heat due to inconsistent moisture levels. Fuelling your wood-burning appliances with kiln-dried logs can also minimise the speed at which tar and soot build up in your flue or chimney, keeping any glass panels clear for longer.
We’ve answered some of the top questions about buying kiln-dried hardwood logs on our FAQ page.