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Botanical Name: Betula Pendula
Kiln Dried Hardwood Silver Birch Logs
Birch is a commercial crop and a sustainable hardwood and best for value
To simply order quantities of kiln dried nets of firewood logs for delivery direct to your door
Delivery is either by Courier, Pallet or our own Van and Driver (Local Area Delivery)
Options are given depending on the overall weight and destination.
Birch is the best firewood to light, it catches quickly and gives off a good flame making it the best firewood for providing light as well as heat from your stove or open fire.
There are those who refer to Birch as a softwood, however it is classified by The Forestry Commission as a hardwood. It is true that it does burns faster than broadleave hardwoods such as Ash and Beech but it burns nowhere near as fast as softwoods such as pine, fir and spruce.
Birch is sustainable as it is grown commerically for the purpose of harvesting. A birch forest can be ready for harvest in approx 30-40 years and the trees grown high into the northern hemisphere.
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
Roderick (Submitted on 04 January 2019)
Good sized and very dry logs guaranteed to produce a hearty fire
Adrian Barnes (Submitted on 03 January 2019)
Very dry logs, light very easily and burn well.
duncan mclean bridge of allan (Submitted on 03 January 2019)
Friendly service/ good delivery update/ never think of going any where else
John Orisan (Submitted on 27 December 2018)
Excellent birch fire logs; more smaller one's than normal but still burn well.
Only small problem was a little confusion about date of delivery.
Unknown (Submitted on 24 December 2018)
It burns well and hot
Unknown (Submitted on 30 November 2018)
Arrived when due and the logs look great. Very neat in their string bags.
I had asked for them to be left in the back garden via the garden door, but they were left outside the garden door albeit sheltered from the rain. I put the polythene that was lying about in the bin.