FIREWOOD – Well seasoned hard wood and soft wood LOGS, suitable for wood burners and open fires, for sale West Buckland, South Molton & Barnstaple, North Devon area.
Our well seasoned hardwood and softwood is at least a couple of years old then cut, split and stored in a barn until suitably seasoned to ensure that the logs are ready to burn.
The hardwood and softwood logs are cut and split ready to use in wood burners and open fires.
Sustainably sourced from our own woodland, which is managed for the benefit of the wildlife and enhancing the countryside.
The hardwood logs are predominantly Ash & Beech, whilst the softwood is mainly Larch.
Firewood Log Deliveries in North Devon:-
From one cubic metre up to four cubic metres can be delivered at one time to a maximum radius distance of 10 miles from EX32 0SR for free. Deliveries between 10 to 20 miles radius from EX32 0SR can be made too with a small travel cost charge.
The Hi-Lux Truck (single cab with large back) can hold 2 cubic metres and with a trailer also holding 2 cubic metres, a total of 4 cubic metres can be delivered in one load.
One cubic metre Dumpy Bag of Soft wood = £65
One cubic metre Dumpy Bag of Hard wood = £85
Two cubic metres in Hi-Lux Truck or Trailer; Softwood = £120 Hardwood = £160: Mixed Hardwood and Soft wood = £140
Small sample netted bags (Approx 0.2 cubic metres) are available to collect at £5.00 each.
Cash on delivery. Receipts given.
* Please telphone Antony on 01598 760254 to place an order or for more information *
The difference between hardwood and softwood:
Hardwood; – Is from slow growing deciduous, broadleaf trees e.g. oak, ash, beech. Hardwood has a high density and BURNS SLOWLY, giving a slower, steady heat.
Softwood; – Is from fast growing evergreens, conifers e.g. Larch. Softwood has a lower density and burns faster than hardwood, giving out a rapid high heat. Larch has a fresh, pine aroma and visually creates an atmospheric fire with lots of flames.
Why is it important to have Seasoned Logs for firewood? Seasoning reduces the moisture content of the wood making it more suitable as fuel. This is acheived a0 by felling trees when they contain the least moisture e.g. when the sap is low during the winter and b) cutting and splitting the logs and leaving them to air dry for at least an entire summer season. If the wood is NOT well seasoned it will contain too much moisture. Burning badly seasoned firewood will also cause access soot and tar deposits in your chimney or flue.
* Please telphone Antony on 01598 760254 to place an order or for more information. Alternatively please E-mail; email@example.com
West Buckland, Barnstaple, North Devon