Wood Burning Fuel Firewood Heart

Firewood Information

31/03/2022

Dear Loyal customer. We would like to thank you for your ongoing support over the season. We appreciate that the seemingly endless price increases continue to have an impact. We just want to acknowledge this issue and help explain the reasons and clarify the current position during this turbulent time. Unfortunately we are subject to price increases ranging from the raw materials, production costs, energy costs along with massive haulage rises both inbound and outbound. We are having to monitor…

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Best Firewood to Heat Your Home

Choosing the best firewood for your home

29/07/2021

If you have a fireplace in your home, one of the questions that will often crop up is what kind of fuel you should use in it. There are of course many different types of fuel. Consider using wood fuel and they each have their advantages and disadvantages. But there are also some which are just so much better than others in a lot of different ways. In this post, we are going to take a look at how you…

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Why you should buy Kiln Dried Wood

Why you should buy Kiln Dried Wood

29/07/2021

Why you should buy Kiln Dried Wood, when it comes to choosing kiln-dried wood over any other, there are a few reasons. The most important is the kiln drying process. Kilns use heat and pressure treatments to remove excess water from logs, removing the sap, leaving kilned firewood much less prone to insect infestation than untreated wood produces. In summary, kiln drying firewood is the best choice of fuel for your home or outdoor use. There are many reasons why…

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Buying Firewood

Buying Firewood For The Winter and How To Store It

29/07/2021

Buying firewood, there’s nothing better than enjoying a warm, relaxing fire during the winter months. But if you want the experience to be the best that it can possibly be, you need to buy the right kind of wood. Burning so-called “green wood” fresh off the tree will result in a low quality fire that smokes a lot and might not even burn properly at all.  What Type Of Firewood Should You Buy For Winter? So what should you be…

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Heat Logs Pini Kay

Pini Kay Heat Logs

28/02/2020

Pini Kay Heat LogsThese briquettes are very dense and long burning with a large heat output A great alternative to using coal, particularly considering the new upcoming fuel guidelines from Woodsure, HETAS and DEFRA Timports Heat Logs Pini Kay – Great Value

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Wood Burning Fuel Firewood Heart

Wood Burning Fuel – New Regulations

26/02/2020

Wood Burning Fuel New Regulations Government Rules – Governments Clean Air Strategy Wood burning fuel wet wood and coal will be phased out from February 2021. Are wood burning appliances banned! NO. This doesn’t mean you cant use your wood burner or burn wood any more. Why I Hear You Ask? To help lower air pollution. So What Does This Mean? What the government wants us to do is buy economical/eco friendly stoves and dry wood with a moisture content of…

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Hardwood Pini Kay Heat Logs

Burning Beech Firewood In A Wood Burner

19/01/2018

CUSTOMERS WOOD BURNER One of our customers tried our beech firewood for the first time. Checkout the results, many of our customers who have tried beech whether cooking on the BBQ or using the log burner has been pleasantly surprised. Why Not Try Timports Kiln Dried Logs

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Stacked Logs

Kiln Dried Beech Logs For Sale

04/12/2017

Burning Firewood To ensure maximum heat from your firewood use kiln dried logs, with less moisture, no bugs or moss ensures a great fire. The heat output is much greater than a wet log. Wet logs produces smoke and is not efficient. There are several varieties wood for a great fire Ash, Oak, Beech, all have different characteristics. Slow burning oak, Ash our best seller and provides good heat, beech wood is a good to. At this time of year kiln dried…

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Firewood moisture content

Firewood Moisture Content

04/12/2017

Firewood Moisture Content Why buy low moisture kiln dried hardwood logs? Firewood moisture content. If you use logs high in moisture you’ll find that they either wont burn well or not burn at all. Using this type of log could cause excessive smokiness, tar build up, discolored glass (if using a wood burning stove) and can even damage chimney flues and possibly cause chimney fires. It’s said that dense hardwood is normally heavier than softwood so burns more efficiently as…

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Cooking with Firewood

Firewood For Cooking

03/06/2016

Whether you have a wood fuel pizza oven, fire pit, wood-fired oven in a restaurant, or grill. Kiln-dried wood is the best firewood for cooking. Cooking with firewood is extremely popular because of its intense or subtle flavours. It can enhance the flavours of meats, fish, and vegetables.  We recognize that high-quality firewood is needed, and we offer a bespoke service to supply dry logs from kiln-dried ovens. You may ire a certain size log, cut/split for your wood-fired ovens,…

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