Stove wood Firewood Logs
80L sack - £5.75
Pallet load net sacks -
Bulk bag - £94.00
Bulk Bag on a pallet -
Mini bulk Bags - £34.00
Pallet mini bulk bags -
There is now a minimum requirement of 2 mini's per delivery
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Recommended for use in Rayburns and enclosed stoves
also suitable for use in Chimineas and firepots.
we reserve the right to alter prices and descriptions at any time for any reason.
Softwood logs can spark quite a bit, we recommend that they are burnt in an enclosed stove rather than an open fire although on a properly attended fire with a spark guard they should be safe.
When burning softwood logs they should be properly seasoned or they can coat the chimney with a tar like substance, when properly seasoned they will burn quickly emitting a fast heat for those bitter cold mornings and helping to prevent creosote build up by quickly heating the chimney.
Creosote is a highly combustible substance which condenses in liquid form as wood exhaust cools in the chimney, and then solidifies as it dries. If ignited, creosote can burn for days at temperatures exceeding 2,000 degrees, which is hot enough to destroy the chimney and ignite surrounding combustibles. Creosote is very caustic; if allowed to accumulate, it will significantly shorten the lifetime of the stovepipe and chimney. A seasoned-wood fire that is given enough oxygen for proper combustion will reduce creosote formation in two ways, by consuming more of the wood gases while at the same time sending more heat up the chimney to reduce flue gas cooling.
Our stovewood logs will consist of a variety of softwoods such as pine, spruce, fir also poplar and there may also be small amounts of the hardwood species oak, birch beech etc. we cannot guarantee the mix it be a single species in your bag, it may well be a mix with all of them.
We recommend stocking up in the summer months and avoiding the winter rush where unseasoned or green timber might be all that remains.