Extra-large kiln-dried hardwood logs
Sourced sustainably from British woodland, our extra-large kiln-dried hardwood logs burn efficiently at high temperatures, so each bag will last you longer than a comparable quantity of traditional seasoned firewood.
Each 1.6m3 bag holds the equivalent of 48 of our small bags or nets of logs. With ready to burn convenience, our kiln-dried logs are suited to DEFRA approved stoves for use in smoke control areas. They also fuel open fires, pizza ovens, fire pits and chimineas effectively.
Bulk kiln-dried delivery is available for all your immediate firewood needs
This size of a bulk bag is our most popular kiln-dried log delivery option and we recommend six boxes of kindling and two boxes of 50 Flamers as a suitable accompaniment to this quantity of logs. Pallets are secured carefully to ensure safe and convenient delivery. Please ensure that kiln-dried logs are removed from bags and stored in a dry location, such as a log store or garage.
Firewood bag contents
Our kiln-dried hardwood logs are subjected to strict quality assurance measures, however, please allow for a small variance in length of up to 10%. Extra-long logs are 50 cm x 8-20 cm (19.7 inches x 4-8 inches).
Our firewood is sourced from multiple varieties of British hardwood species, via a sustainable woodland thinning process that avoids targeting specific species of wood. You can expect to find species such as Oak, Ash, Beech, or similar.
How are kiln-dried logs superior to other firewood?
The consistent kiln-drying process used to create our kiln-dried logs means that you can be certain the moisture content is below 20%. This produces a clean-burning fuel, which creates more substantial heat output than seasoned logs, which are produced with less standardised drying processes.
Another significant advantage offered by kiln-dried hardwood is that the reduced vapours emitted when burning minimise the soot and tar build up on stove glass, chimneys and flues, meaning you won’t need to worry about cleaning them as often.
We’ve answered some of the frequently asked questions concerning kiln dried logs on our FAQs page.