Stacked logs

Stacked logs make a wonderful feature in any living or garden area – one of the reasons why we always offer to stack the logs when we deliver them to you.

Some people even say that our log stacking is a work of art! We’re not sure about that but we do try to make them look good.

Here are some of our recent deliveries for you to judge yourself. Call us on +44- (0)7815-683197 today to stock up and stack up!

Note – We discovered a picture of the most amazing leaf-shaped log pile the other day. This has inspired us to get more creative. Watch this space!

A stack of firewood

Covered log pile

Large log-pile stacked up

Local, sustainable firewood

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Like beer and smoked kippers, we believe some of the best fire logs come from our doorstep in East Anglia. We scour the countryside to find woods and forests which need rejuvenating. On a farm near Colchester, the logs are seasoned, until they reach the optimum dryness and then we deliver the logs directly to your fireplace.

Because we only cut trees which are in need of clearing, rather than farming acres of trees for logging, our deliveries are only hardwood and a mixture of wood species. This means your delivery will be both eclectic and sustainable.

The logs are a mixture of Ash, Oak, Beech and Lime. Each log is carefully processed and graded to a rough 8-10″ length and then stored in our airy log dryers. When the logs are dry enough (a moisture content below 25%) then they are separated and delivered straight away – lucky fellas jumping the queue!

Please note that we have had to bolster our stock by sourcing additional wood to keep our valued customers warm and supply our increasing amount of new customers.  As we are aware of the importance of our woodlands for the future we have insisted that our timber is all from a sustainable source.

 

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Splitting in the snow

Despite the recent wintery weather, we’ve been outside splitting all the lovely new wood which we’ve come across recently. You’d think that taking an axe to some trees would warm you up, but even with five layers we’ve still been freezing!

This crop of wood is now stacked and busy seasoning. It will be ready for next winter when the moisture content is at the optimum level.