All logs are sold by the cubic metre unless arranged prior to delivery. We offer free Delivery within a 10 mile radius of our yard. A small delivery fee may be added for further distances.
You will receive a cubic metre bag of logs in a mixture of both hard and soft woods.
You will recieve a cubic metre bag of all hard wood logs.
Firewood stacking service. When we deliver we tip logs from our trailer and it is your responsibility to stack them. For a small fee, we will also help you to stack them. ONLY AVAILABLE WHEN PRE-BOOKED Please mention if you require this service when arranging delivery.
Kindling can be added to firewood orders and will be delivered at no extra charge when we deliver your log order. If you would like to purchase kindling without a log order you can do so but you will be required to collect your order in person from Bow, Devon.
INTRODUCTORY OFFER! When you order 3 or more nets, You will receive a £2.00 discount. This will apply to every 3 nets you order within the offer period.
This will include 50 bags of kindling with the comfortable RRP of £4.00 per net. You wll be required to collect your order in person or to arrange a courier. This price does not cover delivery costs.
For a larger supply of kindling we have reduced the price further to allow for a higher profit margin on resale. As above, collection/ delivery are your responsibility.
Add a footnote if this applies to your business
Its a question that baffles many of our customers, do they require hard wood or a mixture of hard and soft woods. The choice is really down to personal preference and what you'd like to get from your fire. While it is always advised to burn only dry wood for both safety and ease, there are some differences between the fire given from different woods.
If you require a log that is long lasting and slow releasing enabling a lasting heat or to be set in for a period of hours then hard wood is most suited to you. We find the properties with larger burners or fires prefer hard wood. Those with thatched properties also favour hard wood due to the reduced risk of chimney fires compared to those using soft wood.
Hard wood/ Softwood mix
The soft wood in this mixture allows for an easy light and a fast, strong heat. Soft wood burns hotter but faster than hardwood therefore if you require an instant heat to last only a few hours of an evening then a mixed load would suit your needs.
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