Looking for more economical options? Consider our Hotlogs Wood Briquettes.
Due to very low moisture levels (approx. 7.5% compared to 20% in kiln-dried logs and 30% in seasoned logs), the Oak Heat Logs light easily and give off a lot of heat. Two firelighters are sufficient to light these - no kindling required. In our tests, they produced a nice burn of approx. 1 hour followed by up to two hours of hot "glow". The duration of burning will depend on the quantity loaded and burn intensity regulated by air inflow settings.
Delivery on 12 t vehicles
Delivery on 12 t vehicles is available in most areas (excluding some areas of Hebrides) and can be requested by ticking the box on this page.
Grass, gravel, limited access? Add a sack truck to your order for £44.99 and move up to 325kg of heat logs/pellets/firewood (as appropriate for the product) to your store.
Two to three briquettes should be used to start the fire. Because they burn much hotter than logs and expand slightly in the fire, it is important not to overload your fire box.
To maximise performance, get the fire really hot before turning down the air flow and refuelling as required.
Recommended for smaller wood and multi-fuel stoves and log boilers. For larger appliances, we recommend Hotlogs due to the larger size of the individual briquette.