Seasoned wood

  Seasoned Hardwood Logs mixture of, Ash, Beech, Oak, Silver Birch, Sycamore.
Supplied in the big XL nets

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£5.60 (collection price)
Buy 13 x XL Nets For £70 same volume of wood as a bulk bag but easy to move around and store in nets ( Collection price )

Seasoning

So what is seasoning? Essentially it is making wood fit for burning – by reducing its water content – usually by leaving it for a period of time in the right conditions. All wood contains water. Freshly-cut wood can be up to 45% water, while well-seasoned firewood generally has a 20–25% moisture content. Well seasoned firewood is easier to light, produces more heat, and burns cleaner.
If you try to burn green wood, the heat produced by combustion must dry the wood before it will burn, using up a large percentage of the available energy in the process. This results in less heat delivered to your home, and creosote  and tar deposited in your chimney. This can eat through the chimney lining and cause significant damage.