Firewood For Sale
We have the following high quality firewood products for sale. Please note
that all our prices include free delivery, making us one of the very best value
suppliers of wood in the Brighton and Hove area.
Factory Dried Oak
A fantastic fire? / Burn?
This wood is a byproduct from small-scale wood production and is simply the best burn you can get: a long-lasting burn time, a bright flame and a very high heat. It burns so evenly and hot that it can even be used for commercial Pizza ovens! This oak is a little more expensive than our other options, but we feel all these benefits plus the ease of lighting mean it’s well worth the extra. Please note this wood is off-cuts of oak planks so it is flat and without bark.
- £120 for 1 half-ton bulk bag
- £110 per bulk bag (if ordering 2 bags or more)
- £6.95 per net bag (minimum order 10 bags)
- £6.45 per net bag (if ordering 20 bags or more).
Ideal for open fires, these are seasoned for over one year and delivered in a bulk bag. This excellent long-burning firewood is ideal for those with open fire places, and is suitable for log burners too. A typical bag will contain – 80% solid Birch and Ash with 20% other mixed hardwoods (ash, cherry, hawthorn etc).
- £95 for 1 half-ton bulk bag
- £90 per bulk bag (if ordering 2 or more bags).
Ideal for log burners
These are seasoned one year or more and delivered in a bulk bag. This bag is ideal for those with log burners and stoves. A typical bag will contain around 50% mixed hardwoods (birch, beech, oak etc) and 50% other quality woods (which may spit a little and hence are better for wood burners – larch, sweet-chestnut, cedar etc).
- £85 for 1 half-ton bulk bag
- £80 per bulk bag (if ordering 2 or more bags)
Quality net bags
- Special price! £4.95 per bag (minimum order 10 bags)
Hardwood net bags
Good size bag of mixed kindling £3 per net bag. Subject to availability
Our wood is delivered in a large half-ton bulk bags, split and cut to an average length of 10-12 inches (25-30cm). We can cut smaller or bigger to order – but please ask.