Collection: Seasoned Firewood

Why do we sell in quantities of 2 cubic meters or more?

We find that people burning logs tend to need their own store and will easily use over 2 cubic meters per year. The Government requires anyone selling firewood in smaller than 2 cubic meter amounts to certify their wood to have a moisture content of less than 20% and also pay a fee to join a 'Ready to Burn' scheme. Read more here

Rest assured we are accredited and have been audited by Woodsure / and this means we can sell logs in smaller quantities if you require.


Our nets and single IBC's or single bags are air dried seasoned firewood where it's moisture is tested to be below 20% . For larger quantities we also supply part seasoned where we supply the appropriate advice for continuing the drying process in your own store.

Weight vs Volume?

Note: many sellers on Facebook and eBay sell in smaller bag sizes. Please make sure you compare volume and not weight as wet wood is heavier than seasoned wood. 

  • Two 100 x 100 x 100 cm bags = 2 cubic meters
  • Three 90 x 90 x  90 cm 'builders' bags = 2.18 cubic meters
  • Three 85 x 85 x 85 cm 'builders bags' = 1.84 cubic meters
  • Four 80 x 80 x 80 cm 'builders bags' = 2.048cubic meters

As responsible sellers we check that our firewood is less than 20% with a moisture meter. It is aged and stored outside undercover. Others might not do any of this.

The Law

This is the link to the Govt warning, and pasted out below.

“This wood is not suitable for burning until it has been dried. You should not burn wood until it has a moisture content of 20% or less.

“Wet wood contains moisture which creates smoke and harmful particulates when burnt. As well as being harmful to your health and the environment, this can damage your stove and chimney and is an inefficient way to heat your home. Dry it in a sunny, well-aired space for at least two years, keeping rain off in the winter.

“Radial cracks and bark that comes off easily suggests wood that is ready for burning. Test the wood when you think it is ready for burning, ideally with a moisture meter. First calibrate the meter and then measure a freshly split surface to get the best reading.”