We won't mislead you about what you're getting

"Cubic metres" of logs

Some firewood suppliers often pass off their builder's or "dumpy" bags of logs as a cubic metre when they're not. These bags vary in size but often measure anywhere from: 

60cms x 60cms x 60cms (a volume of 0.216 cubic metres) to 

85cms x 85cms x 85cms (a volume of 0.614 cubic metres)

The above examples are clearly not a cubic metre

And if your logs are tipped from a trailer, how do you know you're getting the cubic metres of logs that are promised?

Logs sold in "tonne" bags

Just because logs may be offered in a tonne bag, it doesn't necessarily mean you're getting a tonne! That's just the weight that the bag is capable of carrying

We sell logs by volume, not weight. Beware of buying logs by weight; they may not be dry meaning that you are buying heavy, inefficient firewood. Our kiln-dried logs are <20% moisture content

Our logs

Our logs are loose loaded into narrow access bags so the quantity/volume will vary slightly from bag to bag. A filled narrow access bag costing £47 measures, on average:

53cms x 53cms x 95cms

so the average volume of a narrow access bag filled level with the top is about 0.27 cubic metres

Price comparison: 

If our logs were sold by the equivalent volumes shown in the example at the top, they would cost:

£37.60 for 0.216 cubic metres (the volume of a bag measuring 60cm x 60cm x 60cm)

£106.88 for 0.614 cubic metres (the volume of a bag measuring 85cm x 85cm x 85cm)

Keep that in mind next time you see a builder's bag of firewood that looks cheap. And remember that our logs are kiln-dried hardwood, conveniently delivered in easy-to-store, mess-free narrow access bags