Homefire Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs - Grab Bag
Our highest quality and best-performing firewood, Homefire kiln-dried hardwood logs, give fantastic results every time.
Quantity Cost Per Unit 1 - 10 £6.95 11 - 29 £6.45 30+ £5.79
Homefire Kiln-dried Hardwood Logs
Standard Handy Bags of kiln-dried logs delivered straight into your log store
When it comes to wood fuel, Kiln Dried Logs are the finest that money can buy. Extremely dry, with a Ready to Burn-certified moisture content of less than 20%, Kiln Dried Logs burn hotter and for longer than any other type of log fuel. What’s more, these 16.5 litre bags are big enough to provide great value for money, but still small enough to be delivered straight to your log store.
These powerful Kiln Dried Logs meet strict quality control guidelines that control the moisture content, size, package volume, species and country of origin.
Kiln Dried Logs are a premium fuel and provide an unbeatable, authentic log fire with a heat and aroma that is unique to this type of fuel.
- Kiln-dried to less than 20% moisture content
- Ready to Burn
- Burn at a high temperature with a long and natural flame
- Low smoke emissions make them better for the environment
- Low in tar so better for your appliance
- Ideal for wood burning stoves, multi-fuel stoves, pizza ovens, chimeneas or traditional open fires.
|Ash Content||Very Low|
|Moisture Content||Certified Less than 20%|
|Smoke Emissions||Less than 10g per hour|
|CO2 Saving||100 Percent|
|Ready to Burn||Yes|
|Log Size||230mm (+/- 20mm)|
|Works Best On||Multi Fuel Stoves, Open Fires, Chimeneas, Cooker, Boiler, Room Heater, Wood Burner|
Kiln-dried wood is a brilliant fuel source that will generate beautiful flames and provide excellent heat.
The steps to use kiln-dried firewood are as follows:
- Make sure your combustion chamber (the area where you light your fire) is clean and free of any debris before starting.
- Using firelighters and kindling, create a base and start your fire.
- Once some flames start to appear, place your kiln-dried wood on top, and spread evenly over the kindling and firelighters so air can flow between the logs.
- If your fire starts to dwindle, add more logs while moving around the current logs to create more pockets of space for the oxygen to flow.
- Once your fire has been extinguished, let the remnants cool down before attempting to clean your combustion chamber so you are prepared for your next fire.
These logs contain a low moisture content which is better for the environment and those near the fire. For more information on kiln-dried wood, explore the Homefire website.