Advice about firewood fuel and usage

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    Content about Un-split hardwood logs in standard, flexi and large firewood crates.
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    Standard firewood crates Are not only perfect to cover your shorter-term fuel needs but also ideal if you have very limited space. Cost-wise cubic metre wood costs more than flexi or large crate. Each standard crate equates to a bag size of approximately 1.20 x 0.95 x 0.95 (M) when loose. In stock mixed hardwoods split and unsplit, birch, ash.  Kiln Dried Ash Logs In Standard Crate   Flexi firewood crates Are our bestsellers. They
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    Please note that, in response to our competitor’s product segmentation and health and safety remarks concerning our extra-large crates of kiln dried logs, we will be slightly changing the largest crates dimensions by reducing the total height while keeping the same price per cubic meter. We will keep the same price per cubic meter offer for our customers same time making it cheaper and more accessible. Our new Large Size Firewood Crates are: Externally 1.6
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    The great advantage of kiln dried logs is that you will always know exactly what you’re getting – logs which have been placed inside a large kiln that is both heat and humidity-controlled. They are then left for several days until the moisture content has reached the ideal level, which is usually lower than 20%. The kiln’s extremely high temperatures and low humidity quickly draw out the moisture from the logs. When purchasing your seasoned
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    A lot has been said about the cost benefits, heat value, and protection that kiln dried logs offer, but little has been said about either their origin or the process behind them. We think it is important to educate our customers about every aspect of kiln dried firewood so that they always know what they’re buying from us. What does a kiln actually do? Kilns are large structures that look similar to an oven, except
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    When selecting the logs to use for your pizza oven, your priority should always be the moisture content, wood species and the size, as thin-cut logs are the best to use. Pizza ovens need logs which are low in moisture content In order to eliminate the smoke that is generated by the fire – as you don’t want to eat pizza that tastes as if it’s been cooked on a bed of ash. So kiln
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    The way that you stack logs in your log store plays an important role in seasoning fresh logs to dry them out and ensuring that your kiln dried logs stay dry. Therefore, do not just throw them in a pile in the log store or stack them too tightly together, as logs need the space to breathe while they are being stored. Throwing the logs into a loose mountain in your store is a bad
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    It is perfectly OK to store logs in your garage, as long as they are already dry. Do not keep logs that are either freshly cut or partially seasoned in your garage, because there will not be a sufficient airflow to dry them out. As a result, they will release their moisture and mould spores will start to quickly appear on items during warm conditions. It is a different story with logs that are very
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    Oak provides a longer burn that has more heat output. We have introduced kiln dried ash/oak logs for customers who use their stoves intensively throughout the day. Oak burns extremely hot and offers a longer burn than any of the hardwood species. This makes it an ideal wood for an experienced user or someone who uses their stove intensively and burns through logs fairly quickly. You will find that one of our crates of ash-oak
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    Birch logs are the ideal choice for newcomers and many casual users because they are a quick and easy way to get your fire roaring. There is no doubt that kiln dried birch logs are excellent firewood. As they quickly catch fire and will warm your house sooner than any other hardwood species. This makes them perfect for people who mainly use their stove or log burner in the evenings or during the weekend. You’ll
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    Now that we have started the burning season and we have a lot of customers who are relatively new to wood burning, I would like to offer some tips about the safe and efficient burning of kiln dried logs. Firstly, ensure that you get the stove hot enough – above 250 °F – as soon as possible because this is the optimal temperature for complete combustion. Secondly, maintain this heat so that you have an
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    A stove thermometer enables you to monitor your stove’s performance and know how efficiently your fire is operating You can generally attach a stove thermometer to your flue pipe with a magnet that is mounted on the rear. It will give you instant feedback on the heat of your fire. Always burn logs within the optimal temperature range to avoid creosote If the vents of your stove are damped or closed down too much it
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