Pound-for-pound, the heat output of hardwood and softwood is actually more or less equal. Of course, softwood is less dense and considerably lighter, so it produces less heat by volume. Forestry Commission data suggests that 3 hardwood logs will produce the same heat as 4 softwood logs of the same size.
Our prices reﬂect this, but both types of log are a capable, economical alternative to heating with oil, gas or electricity. Cut from trees that fall on local estates, or harvested wood from reputable foresters, our logs and kindling are carbon neutral, and help to contribute to UK renewable energy targets.
We sell kindling from £2.62 per net and bagged logs from £5/bag. Ask for details.
Contact for wholesale pricesFrom £5/bag
The ﬁnest logs available. Species include ash, beech, sycamore, oak and chestnut, all cut to around 9½ inches. Our hardwood logs generate high heat over a long period. Burns for about a third longer than softwood does.
Perfect for open ﬁres or woodburners needing minimum tending.
A 50/50 mix of hard and softwood gives a brilliant all-round combination of quick heat with longer lasting hardwood logs.
Ideal utility purchase for woodburners and open fires.
Consisting of pine or coniferous wood mostly seen in forestry plantations or mountainous regions, softwood is favoured by Scandinavian and alpine countries. It’s very easy to light and heats the room fast, but burns quicker than hardwood.
Ideally suited for woodburners or outdoor firepits. We use our softwood for the firepit in the garden whenever we can. Popular at glamping/camp sites where groups can enjoy tending to the fire.
These bags are sealed and clean, perfect for when storage is tricky. They are also great for holiday cottages, fire pits, or even taking to the beach! The bags are fully recyclable and hold around 12 logs each.
Easy storage and just the right amount for your evening at the beach or on the campsite.
We recently invested in a fantastic kindling machine, so you can now get super-dry, ready-cut kindling along with our deliveries.
More time enjoying your ﬁre, less time lighting it.
A log of 25% moisture has nearly 3 TIMES the caloriﬁc value of a log that is 50% moisture. In other words, you’d need to burn 3 damp logs to get the same heat as just one of our kiln dried logs – all tested to a maximum of 25% moisture content.
Burning unseasoned wood will block the ﬂue with a corrosive tar, that not only reduces the life of your stove & ﬂue, but is also a considerable ﬁre risk.
Just like buying heating oil or gas, you know exactly how much you are buying.
Our wood is sourced from the nearest possible location to our yard. We endeavour to keep road miles to a minimum and can trace all of our wood to the woodlands in Cornwall and Devon where it was grown.
|Kiln-Dried Hardwood||2 Cubic Metres||£220|
|1 Cubic Metre||£120|
|Kiln-Dried Mixed Wood|
(50/50 hardwood & softwood)
|2 Cubic Metres||£195|
|Kiln-Dried Softwood||2 Cubic Metres||£160|
|Kiln-Dried Softwood Nets||(Min 30)||£120|
|Bagged Kiln-Dried Hardwood Logs||30 bags (min order)||£172.50|
|Wholesale||Contact us for more info|
|Kindling Nets||Less than 20 nets (ordered with logs)||£5 per net|
|20 - 40 nets||£4.00 per net|
|40 - 75 nets||£3.50 per net|
|75 net pallet||£2.73 per net|
|450mm BSL Approved Boiler Wood||4 Cubic Metres||£336|
|11 Cubic Metres||£808.50|