Kiln Dried Logs for Sale from Logs Direct

Kiln Dried Logs for Sale Online

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When you buy a kiln-dried log bag from us you can be certain you're getting quality fuel. The kiln drying process produces logs that are ready to burn. The drying process reduces moisture in the logs. This leads to them burning hotter and burning longer. Put these factors together and you have a fuel that makes your stove more efficient and saves you money. Technically speaking, a log from our kiln dried log bag burns as much as three times longer than an unseasoned wood log.

The improvement doesn't end there. By taking the best quality hardwood and kiln drying it we produce logs that give off a pleasing aroma when burning. Not only that, but they are clean and light enough to be easy to handle. Our kiln dried log bag can be purchased in a variety of sizes to suit your requirements and budget. From a small net containing up to a dozen logs, all the way up to a dumpy bag large enough to fuel multiple fires or last through winter. From hardwood to softwood and olive wood, all of our kiln dried log bags contain logs with 20% or less moisture in them. Place your order today and we’ll make sure you have the fuel you need for your fire pit, chimney or pizza oven. No matter how large or small, a kiln-dried log bag will serve the purpose it’s purchased for, providing an efficient, value for money solution to the problem of finding the right fuel.

Can you burn any log or does it have to be kiln-dried?

It might shock you to learn this, but not everything on the TV is true. If you cut down a tree in a forest, no matter how nicely you chopped it up, it would still make a very poor source of fuel. Not only is it difficult to light freshly chopped wood, if you did manage to do so the fire would be very smoky and extremely inefficient. Even if it was being burned in a hearth, it'd be causing serious damage to the chimney and risking a chimney fire from the build-up of creosote. So when the hero goes out to cut some branches for the fire, he's not actually being as useful as you might imagine.

How long do Kiln Dried Logs take to dry?

Freshly cut (or green as it is sometimes known) wood has a very high concentration of water, and when burning, over half the potential energy is wasted in evaporating the water. When it's newly chopped, most wood tends to have a moisture content of around 60% - 80% and requires a substantial amount of drying before it's suitable to burn - new legislation means that all wood must be under 20% moisture, kiln-dried and Ready to Burn. The process of kiln drying logs reduces the moisture content down from the 60% to 80% mark to below 20%. This results in wood which burns cleanly and efficiently.

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One kiln dried log can produce the same amount of energy as around three freshly cut logs because there's so much water to evaporate in the greenwood. When used properly, wood is a 100% renewable, carbon-neutral source of energy which is cheaper and more eco-friendly than gas or other alternatives. With the gorgeous scented smoke, cheery crackle and gentle glow of a wood-burning fire, you can really set the scene in your home with Logs Direct.

How much energy do Kiln Dried Logs for Sale Online from Logs Direct produce?

One kiln dried log can produce the same amount of energy as around three freshly cut logs because there is so much water to evaporate in the wood. When used properly, wood is a 100% renewable, carbon-neutral source of energy which is cheaper and more eco-friendly than gas or other alternatives. With the gorgeous scented smoke, cheery crackle and gentle glow of a wood-burning fire, you can really set the scene in your home with Logs Direct.

When you buy a kiln-dried log bag from us you can be certain you're getting quality fuel. The kiln drying process produces logs that are ready to burn. The drying process reduces moisture in the logs. This leads to them burning hotter and burning longer. Put these factors together and you have a fuel that makes your stove more efficient and saves you money.

The improvement doesn't end there. By taking the best quality hardwood and kiln drying it we produce logs that give off a pleasing aroma when burning. Not only that, but they are clean and light enough to be easy to handle. Our kiln dried log bag can be purchased in a variety of sizes to suit your requirements and budget. From a small net containing up to a dozen logs, all the way up to a dumpy bag large enough to fuel multiple fires or last through winter. From kiln-dried hardwood to kiln-dried softwood, all of our kiln dried log bags contain logs tested and certified by Woodsure to have 20% or less moisture in them. Place your order today and we'll make sure you have the fuel you need for your fire pit, chimney or pizza oven. No matter how large or small, a kiln-dried log bag will serve the purpose it's purchased for, providing an efficient, value for money solution to the problem of finding the right fuel.

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If you're looking for kiln-dried hardwood logs, our selection of firewood crates are a good place to start your search.

What moisture level is your Kiln Dried Logs?

All kiln dried logs have been dried to between 12-20% moisture, yielding a long slow burn with maximum heat output. Crates contain wood by species type: oak, ash, birch, beech, hornbeam and alder.

These logs can be used on their own or in combination with the other smokeless fuels we carry. Because we love a good wood fire ourselves, our crates are designed to make having a fire a pleasure and some deals include our Blaze smokeless coals, to make constructing the best fire for your friends and family easier.

If you're not sure what you'd enjoy best, just get in touch - we're always happy to talk and we'd love to help you get a better blaze on your stove, open fire or outside garden chimenea.