Medium sized crate of Kiln Dried Birch
Equivalent to £118.46 per cubic metre of loose logs
Our Woodsure Ready to Burn kiln dried Birch logs have a moisture content of 20% or less. These logs have been hand stacked into wooden crates, leaving very few air gaps and therefore giving you more wood than you would get within a bag or tote bag. We estimate that one of these crates is equivalent to 1.57 cubic metres of loose filled wood, or around the equivalent of at least 2.36 standard tote bags.
The kiln dried crates contain only Birch logs. No mixing has taken place with other hardwoods. Birch is one of the best hardwoods available for firewood. It lights easily and it produces great amounts of heat.
The main advantage of kiln dried logs is that they are ready to burn at any time of year. They don't need to be stored before they can be used. Kiln Dried Logs burn hotter and for longer than any other wood rival. By thoroughly drying through a purpose built kiln this wood achieves very low moisture content which in turn produces a higher heat for a longer time. The result for you is a stunning wood fuel which gives you great value for money through higher levels of efficiency.
Prior to being dispatched the crate has a shower-proof cover placed over the top of the crate and is then shrink wrapped to prevent the logs from getting wet.
- 100% Kiln Dried EU Birch
- Consistent size - each log is around 25cm in length
- Moisture content less than 20%.
- Great value due to the logs being hand stacked - no air gaps
- The crate measures 120cm high x 118cm wide x 85cm deep = 1.20 cubic metre crate
- Packed volume of wood is 0.95m3: Loose volume equivalent of 1.57m3
- Equivalent to 2.74 tote bags of logs
- Multi Fuel Stove
- Woodburning Stove
Standard delivery is included. Please see our Delivery Information page to see if your area is covered
Medium sized crate of Kiln Dried Birch reviews
Amazing service and packaging
Esriel Erlanger - 26/12/2018
good value birch logs, burn well and give off plenty of heat.
Janette Wynne-Jones - 10/12/2018
Logs showing mold already. Never had that before. If these were kiln dried they must have been stored outside for some time?
Anonymous - 06/12/2018
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