Quickfire Firelighters – Pack of 14 Ideal for coal fires, barbecues and bonfires, these firelighters offer a quick and easy way to light.
Hardwood Logs & Kindling
The best burning firewood is hardwood logs,
our logs are Air dried for appox 2 years and are
below 20% moisture content
and are ready to burn.
(freshly cut wood can have a 60%+ moisture content)
After we’ve cut and split the wood into logs, they then go into our drying crates until they’re properly seasoned. Each crate will allow maximum ventilation and the gaps between the loose filled logs allow the
air to circulate to aid the drying process.
Naturally seasoned air dried logs are the most environmentally friendly form of woodfuel available.
Woodwool firelightes 100 pack £7.50
Kindling (netted) £2.75 or 4 for £10.00
Mega net kindling £4.50 or 4 for £16.00
(This is a big net of kindilng)
Hardwood Logs (netted) £4.00 or 10 for £35.00
0.6 Cubic metre Bulk Bag loose fill £55.00
Cubic metre Bulk Bag loose fill £90.00
Truckloads (1 cubic meter) £90
Trailer Loads (2 cubic meters) £180
Large Truck Load (5 cubic meters) £425
Logs Size Available
20 cm (standard)
33 cm (Long)
Kiln dried logs provide you with the ultimate burn quality with maximum heat output.
Kiln Dried logs can be burnt on DEFRA approved stoves in smokeless zone
Cubic Metre Bulk Bag loose fill £130
Small Bulk Bag 0.6 cubic metre loose fill logs £75.00 (Tonne Bag)
Kiln Dried Logs (Netted) £4.50
Why buy logs from us
We supply top quality Hardwood logs for burning
low moisture content in our logs mean they burn hotter for longer
Delivered to your door when you need it
Our large stocks means we always have firewood for sale, any time of year
Logs are supplied in bulk by cubic metre, or for small quantities, we supply firewood logs in nets.
kindling also available in nets
We offer a free delivery service
on load sizes from large to small depending on customer requirements.
All our firewood are cut from sustainable sources, either managed hardwood plantations or windblown timber. All trees to be felled are individually selected as part of a management programme to improve the woodland for biodiversity and subsequent timber production. Woodlands are managed to provide a sustainable harvest through coppicing, thinning, felling and the planting of new trees.