What Are Kiln Dried Logs?Posted on - 24.02.23
You may have spotted kiln dried logs on our website before but do you actually know what they are? Or what their purpose is? We believe it’s important to know exactly what you are burning in your home and why you do it. As such, we created this article to explain what makes kiln dried logs different from your traditional firewood. Continue reading to find out more.
How Are Kiln Dried Logs Made?
Kiln dried logs are firewood which have been artificially dried in a kiln. The firewood is cut into wedge pieces and dried at 60-80°C for a period of 3 to 7 days. The purpose of kilning logs is to make them burn hotter at a lower moisture content with higher and longer lasting energy.
Our kiln-dried logs have up to 20% less moisture, releasing up to 3 times more heat than traditional firewood. Less moisture means less smoke is released while burning these logs in your stove or log burner. Burning damp wood will release more smoke which is both harmful to the environment and your chimney.
Fire Roaring Kiln Dried Logs In Staffordshire
At D Price & Sons, we supply a range of ready to burn kiln dried logs, in both hardwood and softwood. Along with our softwood and hardwood logs, our bags of kindling are the perfect fire starter and they are also kiln dried. Use our kindling with our softwood logs to build the fire and use hardwood logs to top up for a super warming and long lasting fire.
At D Price & Sons, we are Woodsure Ready To Burn accredited, the UK’s only quality certification of responsible, trustworthy fuel producers and suppliers. This means you have assurance that our kiln dried logs are:
The right moisture content for your stove to burn at optimum efficiency
The right size to ensure your boiler feed system doesn’t become blocked
Sourced from sustainably managed forests and woodlands
Our selection of kiln dried logs and kindling are available for free delivery including the areas of Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Leek, and Stone. For more information on our kiln dried logs, please contact us.