Sustainably Sourced Large 35 cm Kiln-Dried Logs Burn Longer and Have a Greater Heat Output
1.6 m3 bags contain the equivalent to 48 of our small bags or nets of logs. Our kiln-dried logs are high quality, suitable for all stoves, including DEFRA approved stoves for use in smoke control areas. They also make great open fire fuel, as well as long-lasting firewood for fire pits and chimineas.
Get British Kiln-Dried Firewood Delivered In Bulk
The most popular size for home delivery, this bulk bag can be delivered quickly and securely, arriving in perfect condition. To maintain this quality, it’s important to remove kiln-dried logs from the bag and place them in a log store or similar dry storage area. We recommend six boxes of kindling and two boxes of 50 Flamers to make the best use of this size of bulk firewood log delivery.
Bulk Quantity, Consistent Quality
Our large kiln-dried logs are 35 cm in length and 8-20 cm in width (13.8 inches in length and 4-8 inches in length). However, please do allow for a variance of plus or minus 10% in length. The logs are gathered from a mixture of British hardwood species, with no individual species targeted, via a responsible woodland thinning process. Each bag may therefore contain a variety of Beech, Oak, Ash, or logs from similar hardwood varieties. All of them pass through quality control before being dispatched for delivery.
Why Choose Kiln-Dried Logs?
Thanks to the kiln-drying process, most of the water is removed from our logs. This means that each one is processed to contain less than 20% moisture content, which is the optimum. That helps them to provide a clean burn, and it makes them perfect for a wide range of stoves and open fires.
Seasoned logs, while cheaper, generally produce less heat, meaning that they burn less efficiently. So, choosing kiln-dried logs to fuel your log burning stove provides fantastic heat output. Plus, it minimises the level of tar and soot building deposited. This offers the added benefit that your glass surrounds, flues or chimneys stay cleaner for longer.
If you have any further questions about kiln-dried logs, check out our FAQ page.