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…

5 Facts About Woodfired Pizza Ovens

1# Temperature Woodfired Pizza ovens are becoming more and more popular, we supply kiln dried wood for cooking with these ovens, we sell to woodfired pizza vans, restaurants and people with a woodfired pizza oven in their garden. Woodfired pizza ovens heat up to 700 to 800 degrees Fahrenheit and can cook a pizza in…

Ash Logs

Kiln Dried Ash Focus

What are the benefits of kiln dried ash? Kiln dried ash is the most popular species we sell and is the log of choice for people with log burners, fire places and woodfired pizza ovens. Ash kiln dried logs offer a fantastic heat output, it has relatively low moisture content when green and when it’s…

Kiln Dried Logs

Kiln Dried Birch Focus

What are kiln dried birch logs? Kiln dried birch logs are kiln dried in a kiln oven, birch is a hardwood species with a smooth bark and burns with a pleasant fragrant smell. Kiln dried birch logs vs ash Kin dried birch and ash are both very popular log options. Ash is the most popular…

Ashby Log Deliveries

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…

Kiln Dried Logs Q&A

The Definition Of Kiln Dried Logs This is the process of drying wood in a ‘kiln oven’ by introducing heat. This lowers the moisture level of the wood, moisture levels of less than 18% are difficult to attain in most locations and 20% moisture is the standard for kiln-dried wood. Unseasoned wood ‘Wet wood’ has…

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.…

Timber for Firewood Q&A

What is the best timber for firewood? When choosing firewood there are two significant factors to consider which have an effect on the calorific value (CV) or the amount of available heat per unit (volume) of fuel, these are moisture and wood density. Any water in wood has to boil away, this process uses energy…