Kiln-dried logs for sale

Quality Logs supplies high-quality kiln-dried logs for sale, with free delivery within a 20-mile radius of our depot in Eastbourne, East Sussex.

As the name implies, kiln-dried logs have been dried in a large kiln or chamber, to reduce moisture content so they burn more cleanly and effectively. The more conventional air-drying technique of seasoning firewood is always prone to weather conditions and can take up to three years to complete properly.

Quality hardwood logs

Our quality kiln-dried hardwood logs

Benefits of Premium Kiln-dried Hardwood

  • Under 20% average moisture content
  • Hardwood logs burn hotter and for longer than softwood
  • Available in quantities of 1x or 2x overfilled .85 cubic metre bags
  • Logs are cut to approximately 9 inches in length, but some may be slightly bigger/smaller
  • Cost includes delivery and VAT

Premium Kiln-dried Hardwood Firewood – 2 x overfilled .85 cubic metre bags

  • Delivered in a tipper truck, these logs are ideal for wood burning stoves, multi-fuel stoves, traditional open fires etc.
  • Only £360 inc. VAT & delivery
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Premium Kiln-dried Hardwood Firewood – 1 x overfilled .85 cubic metre bag

  • Delivered in a tipper truck, these logs are ideal for wood burning stoves, multi-fuel stoves, traditional open fires etc.
  • Only £190 inc. VAT & delivery
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Delivery details

We can deliver firewood to your home or business, within a twenty mile radius of Eastbourne, East Sussex. Please note that we are unable to dump the logs onto the road – they must be dumped on a driveway, garden or other private land.

Areas covered include:

Eastbourne:
Stone Cross, Pevensey, Pevensey Bay, Hailsham, Polegate, East Dean, Seaford, Newhaven, Denton, Bexhill, Ninfield

Uckfield:
Blackboys, Heathfield, Framfield, Herstmonceux, Ninfield, Horam, Cross in Hand, Little Horsted, Isfield,  Buxted

Lewes:
Firle, Beddingham, Barcombe, Ringmer, Plumpton, Chailey, Kingston, Peacehaven, Telscombe Cliffs