Kiln Dried Logs

  1. Nets, bags or crates: which is the best way to buy kiln-dried logs?

    Nets, bags or crates: which is the best way to buy kiln-dried logs?
    There’s nothing better than relaxing in front of a roaring fire, watching the flames twinkle as they keep you toasty and cosy. So it’s important to have a ready supply of firewood at your home or workplace, to ensure you can light a fire whenever you want, or keep your boiler or stove well-stocked. As first-class suppliers of premium firewood...
  2. How many kiln dried logs are in each bag? We discuss

    How many kiln dried logs are in each bag? We discuss
    If you love to keep your home or workplace warm and cosy with a roaring fire, then it’s important to have a good stash of logs ready and waiting. Whenever you want to light your stove, boiler or wood burner, you can simply head to your wood store and get ready to enjoy the welcome warmth that a fire brings...
  3. Are kiln dried logs in bags worth the money? Our guide to the most cost-effective ways to buy logs

    Are kiln dried logs in bags worth the money? Our guide to the most cost-effective ways to buy logs
    If you're like most people, you probably use firewood to give your wood burner or open fire the ambience it needs. But if you've ever shopped for logs before, then you know that they can be pretty pricey!Here at Cozilogs, we are experts in keeping your fires burning. Below, we have put together a guide as to how to find...
  4. How to keep your kiln dried logs in their nets and ensure they stay dry

    How to keep your kiln dried logs in their nets and ensure they stay dry
    It’s always exciting to get a fresh delivery of kiln dried logs in nets, which will create a toasty fire to help keep your home or work cosy and warm. We can help if you need advice on how to keep your kiln dried logs in their nets and ensure they stay dry. As experts in premium kiln dried logs...
  5. What to do if your kiln-dried oak logs get wet

    What to do if your kiln-dried oak logs get wet
    Kiln-dried logs are the perfect choice for your wood burner, oven or stove. After you’ve had a delivery of our premium logs you’ll want to keep them in good condition before burning them, to ensure a fantastic burn. But you may be wondering what to do if your kiln-dried oak logs get wet. Here we explain everything you need to...
  6. How are kiln-dried logs made? the ultimate explanation

    How are kiln-dried logs made? the ultimate explanation
    Freshly cut timber is classified as green timber, which doesn't mean it’s green in colour, it means it has a moisture content greater than 60%. All timbers are hygroscopic which means they have the ability to absorb and release water like a sponge. The amount of water timber can hold varies, but it can be as much as 200%.This moisture...
  7. The pros and cons of using ash for kiln dried logs

    The pros and cons of using ash for kiln dried logs
    Kiln dried logs have a number of advantages over other firewood sources. They don’t take as long to transition from felling to firewood as seasoned wood. They also provide a cleaner burn and can generate more heat than other types of firewood. Kiln dried logs may be made from wood from a variety of trees, including oak, alder, birch, or...

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