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Homefire Premium Kiln Dried Hardwood
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Bags - £5 (0.03m3) ; Sacks - £13.50 (0.08m3)
This is a superior product in
tightly packed bags or sacks. The Ready to Burn logo is a
nationally recognised government backed standard ensuring
quality. This product cannot be compared to the
cheaper 'dumpy' bags of damp loosely packed logs.
bags - £48 (£4.80 per bag)
bags - £92 (£4.60 per bag)
34 bags - £150 (£4.41 per bag) = 1m3
8 sacks - £100 (£12.50 per
13 sacks - £150 (£11.54
per sack) = 1m3
A great price that has made this
our Best Seller
includes VAT (at 5%) and Delivery
Are they Popular?
ABoC are an Approved Woodfuel Merchant
and sold over 6000 items in Winter 2017/18.
Love your Stove - Burn
get your chimney swept regularly
Branded prepacked bag of
tightly packed logs, 0.03m3 volume and approximately
10kg; sacks (0.08m3/26kg approx). Note: logs cannot be sold by weight due to the moisture
content. Logs are a standard 10" long, designed to fit
both open fires and stoves. Mixed Scandinavian source.
Check around and compare this price with any
comparative retail or online business. The logs are
delivered at your convenience then carried and stacked where you
want. The quality of this product simply cannot be compared any
dumpy bag delivery.
Homefire Premium Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs are our highest quality and best performing logs, and are ideal for burning on any wood burning appliance. These logs are often used in wood burning stoves, multi-fuel stoves, pizza ovens,
chimeneas, or traditional open fires.
Why No Dumpy Bags?
Ready To Burn Logs cannot be compared with dumpy bags
from an unknown source dropped on your drive.
- are they seasoned?
- are they dry?
- what is the quality like throughout the
bag, especially at the bottom?
- how do you get the logs from your
drive/pavement to your home?
- can you pay by card?
- will your money be refunded if you are
not 100% satisfied?
You will have paid a lot of money for your
stove and liner or to get your fireplace opened up.
Burning wet logs wastes all of the energy built up in your fire
or are impossible to light. More importantly, the dampness
will be causing condensation in your chimney/liner that will
eventually corrode it; or the resins from unseasoned logs will
be deposited on the walls and will eventually cause a chimney
Heat Logs (10, approx 10kg) - £4.80
(buy 10 get 1 free)
For use in open fires, and multifuel stoves.
Also makes it a good outdoor fuel for use in the summer in a
chimenea or fire basket.
Heatlogs are a by-product of managed forests
and recycled wood, consisting of nothing more than sawdust,
which has been dried then compacted under high pressure and
heat. During this process Lignin a natural component of wood is
produced in liquid form and when cooled solidifies, binding the
wood together in its new form with no need for adhesives or
chemicals to be added.
Irish Peat (12.5kg) - £6.10
peat briquettes are made from 100% natural materials with no
additives. This traditional fuel is perfect for use on
open fires and multi fuel stoves, creating a real roaring fire,
with a pleasant aroma. Easy to light, High heat output, Long lasting and clean to handle. Very popular and great for topping up a
coal fire later in the evening.
Woodcoal (Lignite), 15kg - £7.90
Woodcoal Briketts are a
uniquely longer-burning solid fuel for wood burning stoves, and
will burn overnight. Ideal to burn on its own or with wood
briquettes and normal logs to make the fire last longer. They
are easy to light, have a high heat output and bright lively
flames. This HETAS approved domestic fuel burns safely in
combination with wood and takes your fire through the night.
Main content: Lignite.
Read more (fireplace.co.uk)...
Softwood Logs - £4
Seasoned softwood logs ideal for open fires,
multifuel and wood burning stoves, and any other wood burning
appliances. Cut to fit both traditional and modern
fireplaces, around 8 inches.
Ideal for topping up a coal fire later in the
evening. Approx 10kg but cannot be sold by weight due to
any moisture content. Approximate volume 0.025 (1/40th)
Dried Hardwood Logs
Kiln Dried Hardwood
guaranteed <20% moisture. It means they can be burnt
immediately and at a high temperature so are ideal for wood burning and multi-fuel
stoves, traditional open fires, or pizza ovens. Can be used
either on their own or with our other range of solid fuel
items. As they are hardwood, they will burn slowly and
efficiently. Hardwood logs provide the warmth, the
quintessential glow and that distinctive aroma only a log fire
can provide. Certified by both
HETAS, meaning they come
from responsibly managed woodlands and meet strict quality
control guidelines for moisture content, size, package volume,
species and country of origin.
To ensure high quality at all times, these Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs meet strict quality control guidelines for moisture content, size, package volume, species and country of origin.
Wood Fuel References:
Free Fuel. Timber offcuts and
clean pallets are perfectly safe to burn on a stove or open
fire. These will primarily be softwood so will burn very
quickly. Make sure there are no paints or resins on them,
chop into 8" or 10" pieces and enjoy free fuel. Don't
forget ABoC for your quality products and smokeless fuels!
firewood on its own or to top up you fire later in the evening.
They burn best on a bed of ash and from above downwards
requiring a top vent. Coal (or Smokeless fuel) burns from
below requiring a bottom vent (or grill/riddle), usually above
the ash pan. As fuel burns the ash blocks the bottom vent
slowing or eliminating the fire. Topping up collapses the
fire, further blocking the bottom vent. As coal takes longer to
start burning, logs provide the perfect fuel to keep your
Kiln Drying. Logs do not have to
be kiln dried. Kiln drying just reduces the drying time
meaning the logs to not have to be stacked and stored for
months. It also ensures the product is seasoned as
suppliers would not kiln dry unseasoned logs. The purists
don't like kiln drying as it can make the logs too dry which
means they burn very quickly. Its a fair point but
Slumbering, means leaving your fire to
burn slowly. Any moisture or resins (or sulphur with
smokeless) in your fuel need to be burnt vigorously so any
harmful substance is exhausted from the chimney.
Burning slowly means moisture can condensate on the walls mix
with the acids and corrode especially near the top of the
chimney. ABoC recommend you do not slumber if you have a
flue liner. If you have an unlined chimney its probably OK
but have your chimney swept at least once a year, twice of
burning logs regularly.