Firewood Logs for Sale in Scotland | Seasoned & Kiln Dried Firewood for Stoves Glasgow Edinburgh

 As suppliers of chopped logs for firewood, our products and marketing are aimed at one thing, supplying you with the best possible wood fuel for heating your home.

Quality firewood logs for wood burning stove Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Edinburgh, Central Scotland Our firewood logs properties:

  • quick to light
  • approx. 15% moisture ( Kiln Dried)
  • approx. 20% moisture ( Seasoned)
  • steady burning
  • optimal heat output
  • sustainable fuel

Most of the wood logs we supply are grown in the UK. Occasionally we use wood sourced from outside the UK to meet times of heavy demand.

Our aim is to provide you with high quality Kiln Dried and Seasoned firewood for your open fire or wood burning stove. Our Seasoned firewood logs have been stored in covered ventilated sheds to maximize the natural drying process.

Our latest wood fuel products  are  Kiln Dried Hardwood, Kiln Dried Softwood, Seasoned Hardwood, and Whisky Barrel Hardwood Firewood.

We supply and deliver in the following amounts:

  • firewood logs in handy carry size nets
  • bulk bags (builders bags, dumpy bags)
  • kindling in carry size nets – order with a log order

Dry Firewood For Burning in Stoves

Buying dry firewood can be achieved by choosing a supplier who gives moisture levels from testing with a wood  moisture meter.

Our Kiln Dried Hardwood is approx 15% moisture or less. Our Seasoned Firewood is approx. 20% moisture or less. Firewood needs to be low in moisture to burn well and produce maximum heat. 

High heat will reduce the build up of unwanted deposits of soot, creosote or ash in the chimney flue. When wood is wet, it produces water vapour and a low heat level which is too low to burn the sap from the wood. This then builds up in the stove, on the stove glass and in the stove flue, badly affecting the performance of the stove or fire and chimney flue.

Buildups of chimney deposits from burning wet logs can cause fires in the chimney or flue. The process of drying wood naturally to remove the moisture is called seasoning. The moisture level of the wood is measured and when it reaches 20% or less, the firewood can be used for burning in stoves, wood burners and fireplaces to get the best heat.

All our seasoned firewood comes from in an environmentally sustainable source, mainly from Central Scotland. We also source wood from outside Scotland to produce top quality logs with a minimum environmental impact.

See our latest products Whisky Barrel Firewood

Whisky Barrel Firewood

For your Garden

Eco-Friendly Disease Free Hard Wood Chip Mulch

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For Water Butts or Upcycling Whole Whisky Barrels

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For Garden planters Half  Wooden Whisky Barrels

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Firewood Delivery Areas

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See Areas we deliver firewood logs to below:

Delivery charges are included – up to approx. 25 miles from our base in Strathaven.

Distances are calculated in the Shopping Cart order process, using the Postcode you enter for the delivery address.

For deliveries further than 25 miles from Strathaven, a small additional charge will be added to your shopping cart order.

If the delivery calculator cannot give you a price because you live outside our normal delivery area, please call 07770 288 455 or use our Contact Form to ask for a quote. If you do not see your area, please call us.

North Lanarkshire– Abronhil, Airdrie, Bonkle, Bargeddie, Bellshill, Bothwell, Calderbank, Cardowan, Caldercruix, Castle Cary, Cumbernauld, Chapelhall, Chryston, Cleland, Coatbridge, Condorrat, Croy, Greengairs, Kildrum, Kilsyth, Moodiesburn, Mossend, Motherwell, Muirhead, Newarthill, Newmains, Overtown, Rochsoles, Salsburgh, Shotts, Stepps, Uddingston, Wishaw

South LanarkshireAbington, Ashgill, Auchenheath, Auldhouse, Boghead, Blackwood, Biggar, Blantyre Chapelton, Cleland, Carluke, Cambuslang, Carnwath, Carstairs, Cambuslang, Crawfordjohn, Dalserf, Draffan,  Dolphinton, Douglas, Drumclog, Dunsyre, Elvanfoot, Forth, Glassford, Rutherglen, Gartcosh, Kirkmuirhill, Larkhall, Leadhills, Muirhead, Netherburn, Quarter, Shawsburn, Strathaven, Stonehouse, Sandford, Tillietudlum,

Clyde Valley Rosebank, Kirkfieldbank, Lanark, Crossford,

Ayrshire – Darvel, Galston, Hurlford, Kilmarnock, Kilwinning, Newmilns, Prestwick, Priestland, Stewarton, Newmilns, Moscow, Muirkirk, Waterside, West Kilbride.

West Lothian – Armadale, Addiewell, Bathgate, Blackburn, Blackridge, Bridgend, Broxburn, Kirknewton, Linlithgow, Livingston, Oakbank, South Queensferry, Uphall, West Calder, Whitburn, A71

Midlothian – Edinburgh, Bonnyrigg, Crichton, Dalkeith, Gorebridge, Juniper Green, Loanhead, Penicuik, Rosewell, Roslin

Glasgow South – Balloch, Baillieston, Battlefield, Busby, Burnside, Cathcart, Castlemilk, Clarkston, Carmunnock, Croftfoot, Dalmarnock, Eaglesham, Easterhouse, East Kilbride, Giffnock, Govan, Govanhill, Jackton, Kings Park, Mount florida, Mount Vernon, Mansewood, Muirend, Nitshill, Netherlee, Newlands, Newton Mearns, Pollokshaws, Pollokshields, Queens Park, Rutherglen, Shawlands, Strathbungo, Thorntonhall, Tannochside Thornliebank, Waterfoot.

Glasgow North – Balmore, Bishopbriggs, Blanefield, Drymen, Govan, Govanhill, Kirkintilloch, Lenzie, Lennoxtown, Milton of Campsie, Strathblane, Torrance.

Glasgow West End – Anniesland, Botanic Gardens, Broomhill, Cleveden, Dowanhill, Hillhead, Hyndland, Kelvindale, Knightswood, Partick, Partickhill, Scotstoun, Whiteinch, Yoker.

Stirling Area – Banknock, Denny, Falkirk, Grangemouth, Slammannan.

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