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Leatherneck Posted on 14/11/2017 16:42
hardwood logs
 
 
Any recommendations for suppliers of seasoned hardwood logs for multi fuel burners?
Thanks in advance.
P.S I don't mind what colour they are.
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Truelies Posted on 14/11/2017 16:47

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How big?
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Leatherneck Posted on 14/11/2017 16:57

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They just need to be big enough.
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1finny Posted on 14/11/2017 17:06

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What colour is the fuel burner
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RED_STAR Posted on 14/11/2017 17:21

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Fieldhouse logs.
Had 4 dumpy bags from them and their customer service is fantastic, we had a small issue with a delivery and they gave us a full bag for free.

Link:
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Norman_Conquest Posted on 14/11/2017 17:27
Edited On: 14/11/2017 17:52
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I think Fieldhouse have a promotion on at the moment.

We always use this company, the lads are good and drop the logs exactly where you want them and the service is second to non.

Also theres no delivery charge.
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Truelies Posted on 14/11/2017 17:35

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What species of tree do you want?
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red_harrington Posted on 14/11/2017 17:56

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Is burning hardwood logs ethical?

Genuine question
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red76 Posted on 14/11/2017 18:07

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Nope not ethical unless in rural ereas I think, everything else needs to be smokeless.

I looked into it and read up about it as I've got a open fire and I think it stated all needs to be smokeless
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northstand126 Posted on 14/11/2017 19:11

hardwood logs

 
I've used 'The Log Company' a few times and I'm more than happy with them

Link: Great Delivery
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tryasize10 Posted on 14/11/2017 20:07

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Are you confusing ethical with sustainable?

Or ethical with allowed?

Certain areas have restrictions on producing smoke. Log burners in these areas need to be DEFRA certified. I think it's to do with how much air is allowed to be restricted entering the burn area. Its not as simple as this but its to do with lower volumes of air producing more smoke and particulates.
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chickenrunner Posted on 15/11/2017 09:51

hardwood logs

 
In that whole ethical/sustainable smoke free debate where does chucking your empty crisp packets on the fire stand?
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Truelies Posted on 15/11/2017 10:11

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Have you got any “wood” yet?
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Leatherneck Posted on 15/11/2017 11:15

hardwood logs

 
Truelies,
I already have some wood, I think I may run out over the winter as would get it from work and I am currently off work for a long spell.
I have not sourced any more wood yet.
So looking for options, even considering anthracite.
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