We offer seasoned barn-dried hardwood logs in a mixture of ash, oak, sycamore, beech, birch, alder and eucalyptus wood, along with small amounts of good burning softwood species larch.
Our vehicles have been designed with cages to provide convenient delivery options and consistent load sizes. Each section holds approximately 1 cubic metre of logs. Deliveries of up to 4 cubic metres at a time can be tipped as close as possible to where they are needed.
To order please get in touch, or use the PayPal links below and we will call you to arrange a delivery date and time. Free delivery applies to customers within a 15 mile radius of Grantham. Beyond 15 miles an additional delivery fee will apply. Please call to discuss before placing order with Paypal links.
Larger quantities (multiple loads) can be purchased at one time to bring the price of logs down. Our standard log size is 9-10 inches, smaller or larger logs can be purchased but there may be an extra cost. Get in touch to discuss options.
FREE DELIVERY AREA - 15 Miles
If you live outside this area please call to discuss delivery charges
2 Cubic Metres
£235 | £117.50/m³
3 Cubic Metres
£345 | £115/m³
4 Cubic Metres
£450 | £112.50/m³
All our logs are well seasoned before being delivered to you but as you may be required to store them for an extended period of time government guidelines now require that all loads of 2 cubic metres or more come with the following notice:
“This wood is not suitable for burning until it has been dried. You should not burn wood until it has a moisture content of 20% or less.
“Wet wood contains moisture which creates smoke and harmful particulates when burnt. As well as being harmful to your health and the environment, this can damage your stove and chimney and is an inefficient way to heat your home. Dry it in a sunny, well-aired space for at least two years, keeping rain off in the winter.
“Radial cracks and bark that comes off easily suggests wood that is ready for burning. Test the wood when you think it is ready for burning, ideally with a moisture meter. First calibrate the meter and then measure a freshly split surface to get the best reading.”