Kiln Dried Firewood,

How Sustainable is Kiln Dried Firewood


As people who care about the environment, but who also like being warm and because consumers are increasingly turning to sustainable firewood in the search for environmentally friendly renewable energy resources. This is why you need to switch to Kiln Dried Wood.

Because they are kiln dried and have a certified low moisture content of less than 20% Kiln Dried Logs are ideally suited for use in all log burning stoves and fires. Kiln Dried Logs are FSC [Forest Stewardship Council] certified, 100% natural and are produced from sustainably managed woodlands. We offer our kiln dried firewood for sale and delivery across all of Ireland.

We sell Kiln dried hardwoods like Beech, Ash, White Oak, Hornbeam (Ironwood), Maple, and Birch in our 1.17m3 crates, these are all high-quality firewood timber species.

Kiln Dried means that firewood has been treated in a timber drying kiln which heats the logs to a high temperature to cook off the excess moisture. Kiln Dried logs are always very dry with a moisture content of below 20%.

Burning wet firewood is bad for both your stove and your pocket! A large amount of energy (heat) is used to burn off the moisture in wet firewood so unseasoned logs give very poor amounts of heat. If you have ever seen the ends of your logs sizzling in your fire or stove, you can be assured that your logs are not dry enough! Also unseasoned firewood is very difficult to light and will burn at sub optimal temperatures, causing your stove to blacken with soot.

Everything about Kiln Dried Firewood tis superior,  the logs will burn a whole lot better so you won’t waste time poking at dying embers or drying out sodden wood on your hearth. The logs come from sustainable, locally-sourced hardwood forests and smell pleasant while burning. They burn slowly and evenly. They are the produce of sustainably-managed Irish forests; they are hardwood (ie ash, oak, beech etc)

Make the switch today by calling Eamon on 0861777151

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