Welcome to our online store, your one-stop-shop for premium kiln dried logs and kindling
We take pride in providing the highest quality firewood that burns brighter, longer, and cleaner, ensuring a cozy and delightful fireside experience for you and your loved ones. Say goodbye to damp, smoky logs and embrace the warmth and ambiance of our carefully sourced and dried firewood.
Optimal Moisture Content
Kiln dried logs are carefully dried in a controlled environment, reducing their moisture content to below 20%. This ensures efficient and clean burning, producing more heat and less smoke compared to regular firewood.
Clean and Consistent
Kiln dried logs undergo a thorough drying process, eliminating bugs, fungi, and mold. As a result, they are clean and safe to use, making them perfect for indoor fireplaces, wood burners and cooking with.
Our kiln dried logs are sourced from sustainable forests, promoting responsible forestry practices. By choosing kiln dried logs, you support eco-conscious initiatives, reducing your carbon footprint.
What is Kiln Dried Firewood?
Kiln Dried firewood is when logs are force dried. Our aim is to get the firewood to a moisture content of below 20%, this is needed for the optimum burn and to gain Ready to Burn certification.
Is Kiln Dried worth it?
In sort, yes. Kiln Dried is more expensive due to the costs involved in the process. However, they arrive with you ready to burn and there is no need to store for years to season. With a moisture content of below 20% you get maximum heat output therefore you should use less wood depending on the efficiency of your stove. As smoke is reduced compared to wetter wood, they are much better for your chimney and stove.
How to store your logs?
You should store your logs under cover with sufficient airflow to keep the low moisture content.
What is Ready to Burn?
Only logs with a moisture content of less than 20% can be certified as ‘Ready to Burn’. This is all part of the UK’s commitment in the Clean Air Regulations. To find out more visit their website www.readytoburn.org.