What wood is best for an open fire?
For an open fire we would recommend Hardwood logs as these have far less spitting than if you where to use Soft wood logs.
What wood is best for a log burner?
For a log burner you can use either Hard or Soft wood.
What wood is the most economical to use?
Hardwood burns slower than Softwood, but Soft wood is cheaper to buy.
What are the benefits of Hardwood?
The benefits of Hard wood would be that they last longer than Soft wood and also great for open fires as they are less likely to spit/hop.
What are the benefits of Soft wood?
Softwood is easier to light and burns slightly quicker and hotter initially.
Are your logs available for use immediately?
All of our supplied wood is well seasoned whether this is on site in the woodland, at our yard and then once again once cut under our barns. This can all be used immediately once delivered or collected. However we do also supply Ash logs that can be burnt whether they are seasoned or not.
Are there weight difference to the logs supplied?
Hardwood is a lot heavier than softwood.
What should I use to the fire?
We would recommend Kinderling for this purpose. We do have nets of kinderling available for collection or delivery with your log order.
How can I order a small amount of logs?
Our third of a load is equivalent to our dumpy bag which is 1m3, this can be collected from our site or can be delivered with our tipper ( if we deliver this will not be in a dumpy bag and will come loose ). We also have nets of logs available to collect from our yard.
As we are a high user of logs for our building, do you offer larger loads?
We can supply length wood by the Artic crane lorry load, this will not be cut to size and will come in 8ft - 16ft length for yourselves to cut and season. Our lorry carries approximately around 26ton.