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Botanical Name: Fraxinus
Kiln Dried Hardwood Firewood Logs
Ash is a denser hardwood which will burn hotter for longer
To simply order quantities of kiln dried nets of firewood logs for delivery direct to your door
Options are given depending on the overall weight and destination.
A very popular choice and known to be one of the best types of firewood to burn, Ash burns hot and long and gives a great heat output. It is relatively easy to split and stacks well.
Ash is a broadleaf tree and can grown for hundreds of years. The bark is dark compared to the light tone of the internal and is tight onto the log. Ash firewood logs will burn red hot even on a newly established fire.
Ash is becoming more difficult to source for the woodfuel market and as such the price has steadily increased over the past few years. We recommend using Ash among other more sustainable types of hardwood to keep your fire burning hot and bright!
PACKAGING MAY VARY - ALL WEIGHTS AND MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE
Birch to begin and provide a flame
Oak to provide a very long burn on a well established fire.
Aspen for long licking flames to keep down the soot in your chimney
Ellie Nolan (Submitted on 01 April 2019)
The ash and beech logs are great in the wood burner. They last a long time and burn with very little ash left. Friendly, helpful communication from Reservoir Logs and delivery straight to log store. Many thanks
C-C. (Submitted on 26 March 2019)
good large nets of ash which burn well, packed tight, fast dispatch. Repeat order.
Nell Nelson (Submitted on 25 March 2019)
Burns hot and slow, and also fine when the fire is young.
Unknown (Submitted on 19 March 2019)
Excellent dry logs delivered promptly and the nets stacked neatly in the log store. The ash has good long burn time. Will be re ordering.
Martin Bailey (Submitted on 04 March 2019)
A small. top-up order of ash. Quick delivery (next day, indeed) with polite and helpful driver who stacked the nets for me. The wood is good and dry, and easy to get going. There's also a good mix of bigger and smaller logs, all cut properly to size.
Birch burns well, too - but ash is denser so lasts a lot longer and is our preferred wood for the fire. A great product - not cheap, but you are buying quality.
BILL HOPTON (Submitted on 25 February 2019)
QUALITY OF BOTH GOOS AND SERVICE EXCELLENT