Which wood is best for a log burner?
There are many good choices of wood for burning, such as ash, birch, cherry, elm, and oak. Each type of wood has its own special character and charm. Some are best for burning alongside other types of woo others are best for making kindling to get a fire started.
Briquettes are the hot new thing for your wood-burning stove, so cut out the logs
Hugely popular elsewhere in Europe, briquettes are beginning to take off in the UK – and they’re good for your fireplace or stove, your pocket and the environment
Best Firewood for Burning
We strongly advocate the use of British hardwoods as it is locally source rather than coming in from Eastern Europe. We know where it has been grown and being hardwood is much denser and provides a longer burn than softwood. There is however nothing wrong with burning softwoo it’s just the fact that we feel hardwood presently provides better value for money.
Q: Which woodfuel can give great performance from your woodburner at least cost?
Wood briquettes (not to be confused with coal or charcoal briquettes) are a woodfuel made from compressed dry sawdust and/or wood chips, They will usually have less than moisture content.
News – Aduro cast iron stove
Our newest stove, Aduro 1 is an elegant and sturdy cast iron stove which offers a broad view of the flames. The surface is coarse-grained and a lot of time has been spent on the details which amongst other things include elegant rounded corners.