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Kiln Dried Logs - Handy Bag (0.07 m3)

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Our logs are hand picked from a selection of crates to give you a balanced assortment of logs,choosing your kiln dried logs can be a lottery this is why Fitch Fuels have spent time finding the right supplier of kiln dried logs based on quality not price so you get the best.Use your logs with our Kamin briquettes and use less logs no need spend the day moving logs off your drive way again either buying our cubic bulk bag or barrow bag, we can easily get it where you need it,no more hassle.

 Great for use in woodburners,multifuel stoves,open fires,pizza ovens ,chimeneas etc.


 Kiln dried logs are sourced from managed forests which are subjected to the kiln process to produce a moisture content below 20% so they burn efficiently. No plastic bags going into landfill. An eco-friendly to buy your carbon neutral fuel. Our kiln dried logs are typically Birch and Oak.


Why buy kiln dried logs?
One very good reason is to save seriously damaging your woodburner or multifuel stove as well as avoiding tarring your chimney.
Kiln dried logs go through the kiln process which reduces moisture content to less than 20% as well as removing sap. Along with this killing insect and larvae reducing the likelihood of creepy crawlies making their way across your carpet from your log basket.
Kiln dried logs will give you a higher heat output than seasoned logs and green(unseasoned) logs. Seasoned logs can contain 50% moisture and green logs up to 60% upwards and plenty of sap to tar up your chimney. Fitch Fuels is not saying don't buy unseasoned logs but use sparingly on enclosed appliances such as woodburners and multifuel stoves.It is said green logs are alright to burn on open fires because steam can dissipate up the chimney whereas woodburners will start to rust and the chimneys will begin to tar. Fitch Fuels does not recommend using green logs on appliances or open fires as they will in the end cause chimney fires. It is better to season green logs yourself in a well covered and well ventilated and breezy area of your garden for about 12 months. In the meantime use kiln dried logs or seasoned logs or a mix of both. You can also try Fitch Fuels range of briquettes,eco fuels and ecoals.
If you do buy logs and they are bought from a yard in an uncovered open area in a bulk bag they will not be seasoned logs,they will be green logs and are likely to have been growing in a garden the day before so be wary.
The description of how logs are supplied can be misleading often described as Logs in 1 ton builders bags causing the buyer to think that there is 1 ton in the bag. Builders bags come in many sizes and hold different weights,also logs should not be advertised as weight but volume.
Fitch Fuels supplies logs in volume not weight. Our bulk bags (builders bags) hold approximately 1 cubic metre of logs,as a guideline the weight can be 280kg to 350kg which is over a quarter of 1 ton so if you buy so called 1 ton builders bag of logs and they are manually lifted off a wagon by your supplier it may not be as good value for money as you are led to believe. At Fitch Fuels 1 cubic metre of logs will need mechanical lifting to assist in your delivery.
So why not purchase your kiln dried logs from Fitch Fuels  and you will receive a mix of ash,oak,alder or birch and in some cases just 1 species of tree in the correct volume . All our kiln dried logs are supplied in volumes of 0.3cm nets, 0.7cm handy bags ,0.250cm barrow bags and 1cm bulk bags.


Why not take a look at our own EziLite Fuel Briquettes, a great alternative fuel, ideal to mix with other fuels and keep the fire burning,click here to see EziLite on the fire  http://youtu.be/cxwtPxCRbjE

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Our logs are hand picked from a selection of crates to give you a balanced assortment of logs,choosing your kiln dried logs can be a lottery this is why Fitch Fuels have spent time finding the right supplier of kiln dried logs based on quality not price so you get the best.Use your logs with our Kamin briquettes and use less logs no need spend the day moving logs off your drive way again either buying our cubic bulk bag or barrow bag, we can easily get it where you need it,no more hassle.

Great for use in woodburners,multifuel stoves,open fires,pizza ovens ,chimeneas etc.

Kiln dried logs are sourced from managed forests which are subjected to the kiln process to produce a moisture content below 20% so they burn efficiently. No plastic bags going into landfill. An eco-friendly to buy your carbon neutral fuel. Our kiln dried logs are typically  Birch and Oak.

Why buy kiln dried logs?
One very good reason is to save seriously damaging your woodburner or multifuel stove as well as avoiding tarring your chimney.
Kiln dried logs go through the kiln process which reduces moisture content to less than 20% as well as removing sap. Along with this killing insect and larvae reducing the likelihood of creepy crawlies making their way across your carpet from your log basket.
Kiln dried logs will give you a higher heat output than seasoned logs and green(unseasoned) logs. Seasoned logs can contain 50% moisture and green logs up to 60% upwards and plenty of sap to tar up your chimney. Fitch Fuels is not saying don't buy unseasoned logs but use sparingly on enclosed appliances such as woodburners and multifuel stoves.It is said green logs are alright to burn on open fires because steam can dissipate up the chimney whereas woodburners will start to rust and the chimneys will begin to tar. Fitch Fuels does not recommend using green logs on appliances or open fires as they will in the end cause chimney fires. It is better to season green logs yourself in a well covered and well ventilated and breezy area of your garden for about 12 months. In the meantime use kiln dried logs or seasoned logs or a mix of both. You can also try Fitch Fuels range of briquettes,eco fuels and ecoals.
If you do buy logs and they are bought from a yard in an uncovered open area in a bulk bag they will not be seasoned logs,they will be green logs and are likely to have been growing in a garden the day before so be wary.
The description of how logs are supplied can be misleading often described as Logs in 1 ton builders bags causing the buyer to think that there is 1 ton in the bag. Builders bags come in many sizes and hold different weights,also logs should not be advertised as weight but volume.
Fitch Fuels supplies logs in volume not weight. Our bulk bags (builders bags) hold approximately 1 cubic metre of logs,as a guideline the weight can be 280kg to 350kg which is over a quarter of 1 ton so if you buy so called 1 ton builders bag of logs and they are manually lifted off a wagon by your supplier it may not be as good value for money as you are led to believe. At Fitch Fuels 1 cubic metre of logs will need mechanical lifting to assist in your delivery.
So why not purchase your kiln dried logs from Fitch Fuels  and you will receive a mix of ash,oak,alder or birch and in some cases just 1 species of tree in the correct volume . All our kiln dried logs are supplied in volumes of 0.3cm nets, 0.7cm handy bags ,0.250cm barrow bags and 1cm bulk bags.

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Fitch Recycling Solutions*, Unit 11, Whitelands Business Park,
Clarence Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire, SK15 1QL.
*A trading division of Csf Welding Services Ltd