Warm your home with Kiln dried firewood

There are various options of staying warm during the biting cold winter season. However, kiln dried ash firewood is the best option for heating one’s home as well as use for the cooking appliance like a heating stove or pizza oven. In fact, experts have started to readily recommend the use if kiln dried firewood as an efficient means of heating up a home as there is less smoke produced in the chimneys. There is also reduced production of combustion products which is a good thing since these often damage a chimney.  The process of kiln drying firewood reduces moisture content so that means that storage can be efficiently done without having to worry about excess moisture content in the wood. For those who burn wood regularly, the kiln dried Firewood Blackpool is a good choice for effective heating of the home. Delivery is done within 48 hours and the ash hardwood is available in these forms;

  • Bulk pallets ash logs
  • Hardwood kindling
  • 22-litre nets ash logs
  • Briquettes

Another great benefit of using firewood from Firewood Blackpool as a heating means is the cost. May home owners are now spending much less in heating and cooking costs after switching to firewood use in their place of residence. With the ever hiking prices of electricity and gas, firewood remains a cheaper and more reliable option. Kiln dried firewood can be stored for further usage and the dying process extends their shelf life.  

Wood burning stoves are also an economical and simpler way of heating up a home. If a homeowner would want to use this equipment, he/ she would just need to ensure the stoves and pipes have been installed properly by a qualified technician so that security measures are observed.  

Briquettes are becoming a popular means of heating up homes in the UK. They are a sustainable energy source; being smokeless and have a very low moisture content. Their size and shape make them very easy to manage for homeowners while meeting each person’s unique heating needs. Briquettes are virtually shredded, dried and compressed peat that has been made into convenient bricks. Another good side of briquettes is that they tend to burn longer than wood and produce little ash which can also be used as a fertilizer. As a clean and versatile energy, any environmentally conscious person would appreciate the need to use them in heating up their homes.