Product Code: WAT-00410

Mixed Hardwood Firewood Bulk Bag

Mixed Hardwood Firewood – Sold in bags of approx. 1 cubic metre.

Seasoned hardwood firewood with <20% moisture content. The dense wood structure of hardwood means that it will burn for much longer than soft woods, making it a great fuel source for open fires or wood burning stoves.

Each bag has mixed sizes of wood, and if you have a log burning stove, we would recommend you visit us and check the size, as some logs are over 35cm in length.

? We offer local deliveries (within a 5-mile radius of NN12 6LF) for two bags or more at a cost of £20.00 (inc VAT).

Watling Reclamation is a member of the Ready To Burn Scheme, Certificate number WS5360

£90.48 Excl. VAT (inc VAT)£86.17 (exc VAT)

Approx. 1 cubic metre per bag
SIZE: Approx. 1 cubic metre per bag

31 in stock

UK wide next day delivery available
Collect from Watling Reclamation Yard

Unlock the Benefits of  Mixed Hardwood Firewood

When it comes to heating your home, a reliable and efficient source of warmth is essential. Hardwood firewood, especially when used in conjunction with the Ready to Burn Scheme, offers numerous benefits that make it a top choice for homeowners seeking both comfort and sustainability. Delve into the advantages of using hardwood firewood, with a special focus on how the Ready to Burn Scheme can enhance your experience.

High Heat Output

One of the standout benefits of hardwood firewood is its exceptional heat output. Hardwoods like oak, maple, and beech are denser and have a higher energy content compared to softwoods. This means they burn longer and produce more heat, ensuring your home stays warm and cosy during the colder months.

Eco-Friendly and Sustainable

Using mixed hardwood firewood can be an eco-conscious choice. Hardwood trees are typically slower-growing, which means that they are a more sustainable resource for firewood. When harvested responsibly, it ensures the renewal of forests while helping to reduce the carbon footprint of your heating system.

Reduced Creosote Build-up

Hardwood firewood produces less creosote, a flammable and sticky substance that can accumulate in your chimney. Less creosote build-up means a lower risk of chimney fires and a safer heating system.

Long-Lasting Burn

Hardwood firewood burns longer, which means you don’t have to constantly replenish the fire. This makes it ideal for overnight burning or extended periods when you need a steady heat source.

Aromatic and Pleasant

Mixed hardwood firewood releases a pleasant, aromatic scent when burned. The subtle fragrance adds to the ambiance of your home and enhances the overall experience of having a wood-burning fireplace or stove.

Ready to Burn Scheme

The Ready to Burn Scheme is a certification system designed to promote the use of well-seasoned firewood. By purchasing firewood with the Ready to Burn certification, you ensure that the wood has been dried to the optimal moisture content for efficient burning. This reduces smoke emissions, enhances heat output, and prevents the release of harmful particulates into the atmosphere, contributing to cleaner air quality.

The Ready to Burn Scheme benefits include:

  • Improved fuel efficiency
  • Reduced environmental impact
  • Compliance with air quality regulations
  • Less maintenance and chimney cleaning

Hardwood firewood is a fantastic choice for keeping your home warm and cosy, with its high heat output, sustainability, and aromatic qualities. When paired with the Ready to Burn Scheme, it becomes an even more attractive option. The scheme’s emphasis on well-seasoned firewood not only enhances the efficiency of your heating system but also reduces its environmental impact. By choosing hardwood firewood under the Ready to Burn Scheme, you’re making a responsible and eco-friendly decision that benefits both your home and the planet. So, embrace the warmth, the ambiance, and the sustainability that hardwood firewood offers, and stay cosy all winter long.

Mixed Hardwood Firewood – Sold in bags of approx. 1 cubic metre.

Watling Reclamation is a member of the Ready To Burn Scheme, Certificate number WS5360

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