Log Delivery UK-Wide
Ashby Firewood provides a log delivery service across the UK through courier or our own vehicles. For bulk bag and pallet deliveries, the driver needs access to pull a pallet along your drive. If you have a gravel driveway the driver won’t be able to pull the crate over it and so will need to deliver the crate or pallet to the nearest edge.
Orders over £125 come with free delivery included. Orders are processed from 8am -5pm Monday – Friday. Orders placed at the weekend or on bank holidays will be processed on the next working day. We can deliver on a Saturday, but only via courier.
Some customers like to buy logs locally. For all local customers we deliver the logs with our own vehicles with a tail lift. For local deliveries the driver may have more time to move your logs into your desired location.
Based in Gawcott, Buckingham and our local delivery route delivers to a 20-mile radius and we can be flexible on that, some places we often receive local orders from are Buckingham, Towcester, Milton Keynes, Brackley, Bicester, Kidlington, Aylesbury, Stow-On-The-Wold, Chipping Norton, Thame, Watford, Dunstable, St Albans, Eynsham, Hemel Hempstead and Tring.
Where To Buy Seasoned Logs Near Me?
Our delivery services are set up so that we can offer log delivery nationally next day. Many of our orders are not local, we receive a lot of orders from Essex, Reading, Devon, London, Staffordshire, Oxfordshire and Yorkshire.
Where to buy firewood for camping?
Seasoned logs make great firewood for camping. As they are dry, they will burn with low smoke. Orders can be placed in bags, a pallet of bags, a tonne bag, or a crate.
Some campsites or outside activity locations buy crates from us every year. We also offer a log box which is easy to transport and store, with all the items you need to start a fire, like fire lighters, kindling and logs.
Where to buy wood for a pizza oven?
Kiln dried logs and are often used in pizza ovens in restaurants, catering companies and private gardens.
Where can I buy wood for a fire pit?
Kiln dried birch or ash logs are great for fire pits in the summer or autumn evenings as they offer low smoke and a high heat plus slow burn for good economy.