Ready To Burn Logs Appleton

Cheshire fuels sell kiln dried logs that are selected for their quality and burning capabilities. Additionally all our logs are ready to burn approved in line with the latest guidelines set out by This means that as a company our logs are approved by the Ready to Burn Scheme as recognised in The Air Quality (Domestic Solid Fuels Standards) (England) Regulations 2020.

We can deliver ready to burn logs to clients in Appleton the very next day and pride our business on excellent customer service every step of the way.

Why Choose Ready to Burn Logs

Within the UK talk about the environment and how to improve it has become a hot topic lately. Here at Cheshire Fuels we are doing everything we can to do our part to help where we. When people burn low quality wood it produces more smoke when compared to ready to burn logs that have been dried properly. For this reason, all our kiln dried logs are ready to burn approved and meet these high standards. 

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The Law And Smoke Control

It is against the law to burn wood that produces smoke in a smoke control area. Burning wood in a smoke control area has to be done in an appliance that has been approved for use. 

What Are Ready To Burn Logs?

As the name suggests these are logs that are 20% moisture or less meaning they are ready to burn in their current state and will produce minimal smoke. These types of logs produce more heat output and burn more efficiently.

Kiln Dried Logs Versus Seasoned Logs

The key difference between Kiln dried logs and seasoned logs is their moisture content and the way they have been dried. As the name suggests kiln dried logs tend to burn brighter and easier than seasoned logs due to reduced levels of moisture. This means that lighting your fire is easier and quicker with kiln dried logs and you can enjoy a brighter, larger flame.

Kiln dried logs also tend to burn at a higher temperature than seasoned logs making them the log of choice if you want to heat up a large space or are using them for an outdoor heater.

Do Ready To Burn Logs Cost More

In a nutshell yes, ready to burn logs do cost more than seasoned logs. You will notice that there is quite a price difference between but the simple reason for this is that the kiln drying process is a more costly way of drying logs so is reflected in the price.

Local Business – Local Clients

We are a local ready to burn log supply company who serve customers throughout Appleton. Our service is second to none and we will not be beaten on price. Areas we have recently worked in include the following:

Altrincham, Alderley Edge, Appleton, Adlington, Broadheath, Bredbury, Brooklands, Bramhall, Bowdon, Birchwood, Burnage, Cheadle, Cheshire, EcclesFailsworth, Great Sankey, Grapenhall, Hale, Handforth, High Legh, Irlam, Knutsford, Lymm, Macclesfield, Manchester, Marple, Northwich, Pendlebury, Prestbury, Prestwich, Poynton, Sale, Stockport, Stretford, Styal, Swinton, Timperley, Urmston, Warrington, Wilmslow, Worsley, Mottram St. Andrews, Over Alderley, Nether Alderley, Mere, Morley Green and Monks Heath.

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If you want to buy ready to burn logs from us or plan on buying regularly you can open an account with us or simply order and pay online.


Excellent, prompt service and fantastic wood. Burns well, lights easily, nice and hot. Highly recommended.


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Peter-Giles Robinson / Google

Good quality smokeless coal that burns as hot as my seasoned wood i made and indeed low ash compared the the stuff from Home bargains

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James Addis / Google

Best kiln dried logs we have had in a long time! Not the slightest bit damp!! The coal is amazing and a relatively good price!!!


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Katie Rigby / Google

Grand lad. Decent prices

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Johnny Brown / Google

Excellent service and quick delivery, literally got delivered within 1 hour of contacting them,Thank you very much.

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David Woodcock / Google

Great local place good price and friendly service will use them again


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