Woodland Blend XL Sack
Woodland Blend XL Sack
Dimensions: 100cm x 100cm x 100cm
Approx: 200/250 Logs
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Expected availabilty: Week commencing 12th September
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- Tightly Hand Packed
- Cut to 25cm & split
- Approx. 180 logs
- Mixed Hardwood
- Air Dried
- Free Delivery
At a time of energy shortages and an environmental emergency, waste just isn’t an option for our company.
Our sister company A1 Trees is now selecting and recycling from tree surgery operations the best species for us to solar-air dry and convert, alongside home-grown woodland timber, into firewood.
This product is a mix of high calorie hardwood such as ash, maple, oak, elm, birch, beech, hornbeam etc. and is a great option for those who want a naturally solar/air dried product and unbelievably it is our lowest priced product.
Woodland Hardwood is cut between to 25cm (with a +/- 5cm variation), spilt and will usually fit into a 30cm opening.
It is dried to below 20% average moisture content.
We are always looking for ways to improve the environment and what better way than to recycle, so help us to work towards a greener planet.
Please note: this product is mainly naturally dried and may contain imperfections such as loose bark, variations associated with natural drying and in some rare cases mold. None of this will affect the performance of the burn.
If you are in the shaded map area, then it is highly likely that your product will be delivered by our in-house delivery team who’s intention is to make your delivery a great experience. We can always get your firewood where you would like to prevent double handling.
If in doubt about the delivery method please email or call us on 0800 112 3469 (photos are always helpful).
How to Store Firewood
It is very important that once you have bought and had your firewood delivered that you are storing the logs in the best way.
It is vital that the logs are under cover, a log store or our jackets are ideal.
The logs need to be stored in a place where they are off the ground in a dry area where they can get good air flow. Good air flow is crucial as it moves the air preventing any moisture in the air to be absorb by the logs.