Kiln Dried Logs in Suffolk

Looking for the best quality logs in Suffolk? First think about quality.

We believe kiln dried logs are the best for your wood burning stoves.

Why burn logs with high moisture when kiln dried logs generate more heat, are friendlier to your chimneys, and are always clearly more cost effective. Kiln dried logs should have a moisture content of 15% or less. Seasoned fire wood will typically have a moisture content of 25%.

Whilst “free” wood like off cuts from DIY projects like decking may seem obvious to burn but they can cause damage to your chimney / flue and provide much less heat.

In Suffolk Kiln dried wood supplies are ideal for: Wood burning stoves, Multi fuel stoves, Open fires, Chimineas, Pizza ovens.

Is it harmful to burn treated wood?

Let us make this 100% clear. Do not use treated wood in your log fire such as peices of decking boards. Treated wood means it has been treated with chemicals and burning it releases dangerous toxin chemical such as arsenic. It’s also not good for your chimney / flue. Just google “Is it harmful to burn treated wood” if you don’t believe us. Enough said.

Kindling in Suffolk

Whilst we recommend quality kiln dried kindling there are other alternatives such as: tightly rolled up newspaper, tree bark, pine cones, firelighters – preferably eco friendly ones.

Replacement Stove Glass in SuffolkReplacement Stove Glass

You might expect to find fire stove glass locally but the reality is there are over 2,000 different shapes of glass, many rectanglular, many shaped. These need to precision cut on a laser bed.

Visit www.directstoveglass.co.uk where you will find over 1,300 preset glass sizes by stove manufacturer and model.

If you don’t know the model then all that is needed is the measurements X x Y in mm if rectangular, or ig shaped a template sent to us as per instructions on the Contact Us page.

All glass cut is sent out for next day delivery by courier.

Wood & Multi Fuel Stoves in SuffolkStoves Savings

Visit www.stovesavings.co.uk for a range of low cost but quality stoves for the home. Most products Defra approved and most are multi-fuel.