Giant Builder's Bag Kiln-Dried Hardwood Logs
These kiln-dried logs can be stored inside the house or in a garage or dry shed without the need for a special log store outside.
The extra cost of these logs is usually offset by the fact they are very dry and burn longer and easily right away.
For the very best results we thoroughly recommend burning our logs with our briquettes. Especially in the winter months and you can buy both cheaper by selecting the Lairds Choice in this section.
**Free delivery within 5 miles of the estate. Please call 01506 847999 for details of carriage charges outwith 5 miles**
BSL FIREWOOD VIRGIN KILN-DRIED AUTHORISATION NUMBER: BSL0038258-0001 Confirmed 30/09/2014
(Including VAT at 5%)
Giant recyclable builder's bag (approx 250 kilos) of Kiln-Dried Hardwood Logs.
Logs are kiln dried down to around 15% moisture and cut to between 8" and 10" in length.
For the best heat possible we recommend mixing our logs with our briquettes - especially in the winter months.
Premises must have driveway access or be suitable for offloading by 3 metre lorry crane. If not suitable then the best option is small bags of logs of which there are approx 21 x 30 litre bags in a giant bag.
The delivery point must be within easy access for our truck and crane.
If you normally mix logs with coal why not try our briquette logs to replace the coal. We find we get the best results from mixing briquettes with our logs in our woodburning stoves. About two thirds log and one third briquette. This way you will get a hotter fire that will last longer.
To get that fire going easily don't forget to buy some of our dry kindling and Waxling firelighters made from natural materials.
Please Note: How you store these logs after we deliver them is important. These kiln dried logs are best stored in a dry place..
Note. By popular request we now include the smaller off-cuts in the bag as well as whole logs. These do not detract from the amount of good logs in each bag as they are random filled from our processing machine and fill the space left between the larger logs.
This is confirmed by the fact the bags are now at least 10% heavier than they were without the off-cuts.
The value of the off-cuts is first of all in saving the amount of kindling required to get a fire going and secondly for re-kindling a fire that has gone too low to get it going again by simply throwing on a whole log.