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Botanical Name: Quercus
Kiln Dried Hardwood Firewood Logs
OAK is a denser hardwood which burns more slowly
To simply order quantities of kiln dried nets of firewood logs for delivery direct to your door - mix and match different nets in your basket.
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.
Among one of the best types of firewood to burn, oak burns hot and long and gives a great heat output. It can be difficult to split due to the grain being more uneven and takes longer to dry due to the denseness of the grain.
Most species of Oak are dark coloured. The logs can be irregular and jagged in places and are heavier as a result of the length of time it takes to grow. This dense characteristic also makes it unsuitable for starting most fires, instead being used once the fire is well established to sustain the heat output.
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
JRL (Submitted on 23 January 2021)
Burn well and longer than birch giving an easily controlled heat
Willie (Submitted on 23 January 2021)
Really dry with long lasting burn and awesome heat
Graham Rogers (Submitted on 21 January 2021)
Good heat output, long lasting, nice size cut logs, nice aroma, yes i am pleased, and will place another order when needed.
Andrew (Submitted on 15 January 2021)
I find these oak logs have a nice smell and a slow burn. Would recommend these logs.
David L (Submitted on 29 December 2020)
Slow burning. Ideal for using when fire is established.
Delivery service excellent. Definitely recommend.
Gordon Currie (Submitted on 24 December 2020)
These logs burn longer and hotter, making it more economical over the winter.