WE PACK AND SUPPLY THE FOLLOWING
House coal and premium house coal (Open Fires)
Smokeless fuel in 20kg bags (Suitable for Multi fuel & room heaters)
Kiln dried Hard & Softwood logs in nets
Kiln dried kindling in small and large nets
HOW DO WE PACKAGE OUR LOGS, KINDLING & SMOKELESS FUEL?
Our logs are bagged in easy to carry and handle net bags measuring 45cm by 60cm before being filled with logs.
Kiln dried kindling is packed in net bags, small and large sizes are available.
Smokeless fuel is bagged in heavy duty plastic bags to keep them dry & weighs 20kg per bag, our premium house coal is packed into 25kg bags.
GOOD REASONS TO BUY OUR LOGS
We are all becoming aware of the environmental damage and of course, the cost of burning kerosene/central heating oil, natural and LPG gas fuels & electric, each of which has escalated in price over the last few years, this has led to growing interest in using wood as a sustainable, renewable, low carbon alternative.
Wood is a major source of heat energy and using kiln dried firewood and being burned efficiently, it produces virtually no smoke.
As trees grow they absorb carbon dioxide (CO2), incorporating the carbon into new growth and returning oxygen to the atmosphere. When the wood is burned this carbon is oxidized and released as CO2. As a result, using wood from sustainably managed trees reduces net CO2 production (small amounts are released by the activities of processing and transportation) compared to using fossil fuels. Heating using wood will significantly reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.
All of our Kiln Dried logs are grown, harvested, processed, split and Kiln Dried here in Cornwall, buying from us helps the Cornish community, we are the only company who can honestly say we are genuinely helping Cornwall and the Cornish communities.
The service you will receive from Logan’s Logs will be first class, we care for all our customers, large or small, every customer is very important to us.
WHY BUY OUR KILN DRIED LOGS & KINDLING?
Moisture content of wood is very important, if the logs are not kiln dried and have a high moisture/water content, the logs will boil off the water before the wood will burn, this reduces the energy/heat released from the log, (wet wood will send steam up the chimney) that’s If you can get the damp log to light at all, logs that are not dry will result in a fire that smolders and creates lots of tar, creosote and smoke, this can be corrosive, potentially damaging the lining of the flue and increasing the danger of a chimney fire.