Our Large, Sustainable Kiln-Dried Hardwood Logs Burn Hotter and Cleaner Due To Their Low Moisture Content
Our 1.2m3 bulk bag contains the equivalent amount of logs as 36 small nets or bags. High quality and ready to burn, our kiln-dried firewood logs are suitable for use with open fires and fire pits, as well as stoves, pizza ovens and similar appliances. They can also safely fuel DEFRA-approved stoves to be used in a smoke control area. Each 35 cm log provides an intense output of heat for longer, meaning you need fewer logs than you otherwise would.
Bulk Firewood Delivery Available, Containing All British Kiln-Dried Hardwood Logs
The firewood deliveries are strapped securely to pallets, for safe delivery of bulk quantities. They are also ready to burn immediately and suitable to fuel any wood-burning appliance – just be sure not to store them in the delivery bags. To preserve their quality, stack them in a log store or shed. Four boxes of kiln-dried kindling and a box of 50 Flamers natural firelighters are necessary to utilise this quantity of kiln-dried logs.
Consistently Sized, High-Quality Firewood Logs
Our large 35 cm kiln-dried logs fit 99% of all wood-burning and multi-fuel stoves. Each one measures 35 cm (13.8 inches), with a 10% allowance in either direction. The diameter is measured at the widest point of the log and ranges between 8 and 20 cm (4-8 inches).
Every bulk bag consists of a variety of British hardwood logs, which are always sustainably sourced. Plus, our suppliers use a responsible woodland thinning process which means that no species of wood is exclusively targeted. Bags typically contain species such as Oak, Ash and Beech, and logs undergo quality control before they are dispatched.
Why Are Kiln-Dried Logs The Superior Choice?
The kiln-drying process removes sufficient water so that each log contains less than 20% moisture content. This improves their suitability for stove and open-fire burning, and it allows them to burn at a hotter temperature.
Our kiln-dried hardwood logs are consistent in their quality, due to the effectiveness of the kiln drying process – unlike seasoned logs, which vary in consistency and therefore burn less effectively. This is because an uncontrolled drying process can leave more than the optimum level of moisture in seasoned logs.
Using kiln-dried firewood logs to fuel stoves can slow the build up of tar and soot on the glass surrounding, or inside the chimney or flue, due to the reduced vapour they produce when burning.
Some frequently asked questions about kiln-dried logs can be found on our FAQ page.