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Our pricing structure is as follows:

Handy Sack: £8.50
1 x bulk bag: £100
2 x bulk bags: £195 (saving £5)
3 x bulk bags: £290 (saving £10)
4 x bulk bags: £385 (saving £15)
Tipper load (equivalent to 4 bulk bags): £360
1/2 tipper load (2 bulk bags worth): £180

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Seasoned Logs: Quality Fuel for Your Fireplace

When it comes to heating your home efficiently and sustainably, seasoned logs are the way to go. As experts in the supply of high-quality seasoned logs, we understand the importance of choosing the right fuel for your fireplace. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore everything you need to know about seasoned logs, from their benefits to tips on purchasing the best ones.

What are Seasoned Logs?

Seasoned logs are firewood that has been properly dried to reduce moisture content, making them ideal for burning in stoves, fireplaces, and wood-burning appliances. These logs are typically cut, split, and then left to air dry for an extended period, allowing moisture to escape. The result is wood that burns efficiently, producing less smoke and more heat.

The Benefits of Seasoned Logs

Seasoned logs offer several advantages over green or unseasoned wood:

1: Increased Efficiency:
Seasoned logs have a lower moisture content, which means they ignite more easily and burn more efficiently. This efficiency translates to a hotter, longer-lasting fire.

2. Less Smoke
With less moisture, seasoned logs produce significantly less smoke, reducing indoor air pollution and the need for frequent chimney cleaning.

3. Environmentally Friendly:
Burning seasoned logs is more environmentally friendly because it releases fewer greenhouse gases and particulate matter into the atmosphere compared to green wood.

4. Cost Savings:
Since seasoned logs burn more efficiently, you’ll use less wood to heat your home, ultimately saving you money on fuel costs.

Choosing the Right Seasoned Logs

1. Wood Type
Different wood species have varying burning characteristics. Oak, for example, is known for its high heat output and long burn time, while birch ignites quickly and produces a bright flame. Consider your preferences and heating requirements.

2. Moisture Content:
Ensure the logs you purchase have a moisture content of around 20% or less. You can check this with a moisture meter to guarantee optimal burning efficiency.

3. Log Size
The size of the logs should match the dimensions of your fireplace or stove. Smaller logs are ideal for small stoves, while larger ones are suitable for open fireplaces.

4. Source
Choose a reputable supplier who guarantees well-seasoned logs. Ask for recommendations or read reviews to ensure you’re getting quality firewood.

Proper Storage of Seasoned Logs:

To maintain the quality of your seasoned logs, it’s essential to store them properly:

1. Covered Storage: Store your seasoned logs in a well-ventilated, covered area to protect them from rain and snow while allowing air circulation to prevent mould growth.

2. Off the Ground: Elevate the logs off the ground using pallets or log racks to prevent moisture absorption from the soil.

3. Properly Stack: Stack your logs neatly with space between them to facilitate air circulation. This helps maintain their dryness.

4. Rotate Stock: Use the oldest logs first to ensure you’re always burning the driest wood in your collection.