Our extra-large kiln-dried logs offer superior heat output and a clean burn, due to their low moisture levels. The best part? They’re sustainably sourced from British woodland.
Equivalent to a whopping 36 small nets or bags, our 1.2m3 bag is a popular choice for firewood delivery. Ideal for use with devices such as wood-burning stoves, pizza ovens, fire pits, as well as open fires. Also suitable for use in smoke controlled, DEFRA-approved stoves.
Nationwide bulk kiln-dried hardwood log delivery. Instant-burn fuel for every type of wood-burning appliance.
Our bulk deliveries are secured safely to pallets to ensure your kiln-dried logs reach you in optimum condition. To maintain the integrity of the firewood, we recommend that you remove all logs from their bags, and stack them carefully into a log store, garage, or similar dry storage facility.
What species of firewood will I receive?
In line with our commitment to sustainability, our kiln-dried hardwood logs are sourced from a range of species through responsible woodland thinning efforts. This ensures that no one species of trees is unduly reduced from British woodland.
You may receive a mixed variety of hardwood species, with Oak, Beech and Ash being common contents. Logs are subject to quality control, and each log is 50 cm (19.7 inches) in length and 8-20 cm (4-8 inches in diameter) allowing for a discrepancy of 10% in length.
Why should I choose kiln-dried logs?
Although seasoned logs can sometimes offer a cheaper option, this offers a false sense of economy, given that their less efficient burn will result in more logs being needed. Kiln-dried logs undergo a strict process to ensure water saturation remaining in the wood is less than 20%.
A cleaner and hotter burn with less vapour emitted means that kiln-dried logs are a more cost-effective source of fuel. They provide significant heat advantages versus burning seasoned logs, and they help you to maintain the cleanliness of your stove glass, flue and chimney, given the low levels of tar and soot accumulation.
We’ve answered some of the frequently asked questions concerning kiln dried logs on our FAQs page.