Hardwood Logs are logs harvested from deciduous trees such as Ash, Beech and Oak. These three types of timber have high calorific values, meaning they produce a lot of energy per log. As a result of this you don’t need to fill your stove as often and more than likely find the stove will reach higher temperatures. All our firewood is dried to roughly 20% but may also be as low as around 16%.
How do we get to these levels in our climate you may ask? Well we have some fairly unique drying regime that are based mainly around airflow and getting heat into the logs to evaporate out the water. We do all this though through harnessing the power of nature. You can read more about this on our blog search for the power of Polytunnels for drying firewood.