Birch Logs

Wood Burning Logs For Sale

If you are starting to feel the chill and are beginning to look for wood-burning logs for sale, then we can help you achieve the cosiness of an evening with the family around the fire! The colder part of the year is not all bad – it is an excuse for using your stove, open…

Kiln Dried Oak Focus

Kiln dried oak is a popular choice and often sells in crates. Oak is more dense than other wood species so it burns for longer than ash or birch. Ashby oak logs are kiln dried, oak logs typically have 50% moisture when they are green, kiln drying them brings the moisture level down to 20%.…

Why use kiln dried logs?

Living trees and fresh logs contain a large amount of water, between 40 and 65% depending on the species of tree. It is very inefficient to burn fresh or wet logs because much of the heat produced as the log burns will be required to drive off the moisture contained within the logs as steam.…

How to store firewood

All Ashby logs are designed to have low moisture content with a maximum moisture content of 20%. It’s important when you store them to protect them from the weather and any moisture. The most common way to store logs is inside a log store. Ideally this would be kept in a barn or a garage,…