Our kiln dried oak logs in net bags are crafted to light your fire as quickly as possible. The Kiln Dried Logs come in net bags for ease of use and make a great choice if you prefer not to use coal and want a more natural way of lighting your fire. Kiln dried logs net in bags are the fuel of choice for many of our clients as its a no fuss way of getting your fire lit. For many fire and stove owners they want a natural look to their fire and this is the way to do it.
All our kiln dried logs are ready to burn approved in line with the latest guidelines set readytoburn.org. 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.
Key Features of our Kiln Dried oak Logs:
- Kiln Dried oak Logs
- Long lasting burn time
- High heat output
- Kiln Dried Logs are quick to light
- Easy access net bags
- Thick logs, slower burn
- Will fit in all standard log burners
Net Bag of Kiln Dried logs as shown in picture above.
The kiln dried logs we sell are all selected for their quality and burning capabilities. We can deliver kiln dried logs to clients the very next day and pride our business on excellent customer service every step of the way.
Choosing between kiln dried logs and seasoned logs
There are two different types of logs that you can buy online, either kiln dried or seasoned logs. The difference between the two is as follows:
- Kiln Dried Logs – Contain around 20% Moisture
- Seasoned Logs – Contain around 30% Moisture
The two types of logs mentioned are only different because of the drying process. As a result, the lower the moisture content, the better the burn.
Why Choose kiln dried logs net in bags Over Seasoned Logs?
Kiln dried logs are dried in a kiln and tend to burn brighter and easier than seasoned logs. This is due to reduced levels of moisture in kiln dried logs. 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 Kiln Dried Logs Cost More
In a nutshell yes, kiln dried logs do cost more than seasoned logs. The price difference is for the simple reason that the kiln drying process is a more costly way of drying logs so is reflected in the price.
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If you want to buy kiln dried logs from us you can do so online or by phone. Alternatively you can open an account with us or simply order and pay online.