Firewood and Kindling is a very friendly company which is supplying coal, firewood and kindling in the Bristol and in the surroundings. All these are of high quality.
The Woods and Prices
Premium Ash Firewood
UK FSC sourced oven dried Ash firewood. This has a low dampness substance of underneath 20%. Each one log is sliced into 9 – 10 inch lengths, providing for you, simply the right size log for a dependable blaze.
• 15 nets for £95
• 20 nets for £120
• 30 nets for £170
• 40 nets for £220
Fuel and Prices
Kick the shoot with some dry fuel.
• Large nets for £3.00
The Firelighters and Prices
- £1.00 every case.
The Coal and Prices
Substantial 25kg packs of multi heat smokeless coal. Perfect for keeping the multifuel burner going throughout the night.
- £12.50 every 25kg pack
Cleaner and Greener
Heat Logs are a cleaner and greener option to different energies as they are carbon nonpartisan. This implies that the carbon discharged from the briquettes when they copy is equal to the carbon retained amid the development of the wood.our briquettes are made in Herefordshire from provincially sourced, earth amicable and 100% clean, reused sawdust and wood waste. As an issue, there are no contaminations or added substances in our briquettes. Click Here for further details
The Waste of wood
The sawdust and wood waste for our hotness logs is dried, bringing down the dampness substance to pretty nearly 6%, and after that compacted to structure extremely thick briquettes. Thus, they blaze for any longer and more sultry than prepared kindling, creating around 18kg of hotness every gram.
Expel slag from the firebox regularly so its development does not meddle with the raking of charcoal and the arrangement of logs. On the off chance that your stove is outfitted with a fiery debris dish, recall to discharge it before it is full to abstain from spilling powder in the lodging or on the floor. Once evacuated, wood fiery debris ought to be put away in a secured metal bucket far from ignitable material outside or in the carport. You can sprinkle a portion of the fiery debris on your bloom arrangements to lessen soil sharpness, or you can place it in an opening dug in the corner of your yard, or you can put it out with other family waste setting off to a transfer site.