Time to Buy Logs

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Winter is soon approaching and to have peace of mind, its time to buy your firewood nice and early and have it stored ready for the winter season. We have been busy stocking your favourite firewood. We expect to be busy this December, so getting your logs now will save you having to wait up to 10 days to get your logs delivered.


New features

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Hi everyone, Just to let you know that we have not been quiet. We have been busy at working incorporating new features to the website that would definitely make your experience as a customer even more exciting. For example, we have added a new chat facility that you can see at the bottom right of the page.
This feature is not just any other. The best way to understand its features is to use it. So try it and tell us what you think.
We have other features we are introducing and will update this blog accordingly as we gear up for the busy part of the season.

Christmas Opening Hours

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We are accepting orders up-to Tuesday 20th for Christmas deliveries. Any orders made after 20th will be delivered in the 1st week of January.


Opening Hours


We are closed from Friday 23rd December 2016 till Thursday 5th January 2017.

  • 23rd December (Thursday)  –  Till 4th January 2017 – Closed

Thank you for your custom. Have a Merry Christmas.



Berkshire Logs

Moisture Meters Makes Sense

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When one hears the “sizzling” sound of burning firewood, it can only mean one thing; the wood is not dry and has excessive moisture content. In some cases where the moisture reading is above 30%, one can see water bubbles escaping from the end grain as the wood burns. All this can be disheartening especially if you have spent a lot cash in buying the firewood or cleaning your chimney.

However, it does not need to be this way. If you are armed with one of our digital moisture meters, that has 4 pins for better accuracy, you can be sure that the wood you are buying is of the right moisture level, ideally anything below 20%. Simply insert the pins at the centre of the wood to get a reading. We suggest you try this with three different logs from the same batch for better accuracy.

Seasoned wood needs at least a year to get to 20% or less moisture content. Kiln Dried wood would generally have lower figures. Our Kiln Dried Ash or Fully Seasoned Ash Logs have a moisture level of 20% or less that enables one to have a trouble-free roaring fire.