Logs and briquettes
Logs have long been used as a source of fuel in Britain. Today though we take the hard work out of collecting firewood — all it takes is a call and we’ll deliver fuel for your home heating straight to your door (cut and split into a usable size of course).
Logs or briquettes — what’s the difference?
Logs are 100% natural wood. Once they’re cut they need to be dried, or seasoned. It can take up to two years to season a log naturally, though kiln drying speeds up the process. All our logs are fully-seasoned hardwood which burn for longer.
Briquettes are made from hardwood and softwood, mainly from sawmill residue. They’re highly compressed to create a dense fuel. And because they don’t need to be seasoned, they’re ready for use right away.
We offer a range of logs and briquettes, all tested by us to ensure they offer a good all-round performance.
Cloggies - Softwood logs for smaller stoves.
Seasoned barn dried logs - Dried until the moisture content falls below 25%
Hardwood net logs - Naturally dried beech, oak, ash and birch logs.
Baltic Forest hardwood briquettes - Easy to use and don’t lose their shape.
Blazer HD - 100% UK sourced wood and FSC approved.
Sleepers all-night logs - Perfect for waking up to a warm room in winter.
Verdo - Meets all the top standards for sustainability and quality.