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Softwood and Hardwood Logs and Briquettes for your Wood Burner

So where do you go to get your hardwood and, softwood logs or briquettes for your wood burner if you can’t prepare them yourself? You must have seen the piles of netted logs and kindling at your local garage alongside the sacks of coal. Convenient and easy yes, but the prices vary widely and keep […]

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Electric Chainsaw – Corded Chainsaws

Electric Chainsaw The Electric chainsaw, also known as a corded chainsaw is the type that you plug into your mains outlet. In that respect they are limited because mains power is not available everywhere you might find logs! For these situation there are alternative models, like the petrol and cordless or battery operated types. Now […]

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Stove Top Fan

A Stove Top Fan Increases the Usable Warmth from your Wood Burner The Stove Top Fan is the answer to the question that many wood burner owners ask themselves! The question, why isn’t the whole room warming up, it’s only warm around the wood burner? The reason for this is that heat convects from the […]

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Log Stores for your Firewood

Log Stores – self build Log stores, should you buy or should you build your own? In this article I want to take a look at just how easy it is to build your own Log Store which will not only keep your firewood dry but will also help with the seasoning process. I have […]

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Log Cutting and Splitting Tips

This post is a follow on to those Log Cutting and Splitting Tips I shared in my last post, I just wanted to expand on them a bit and I also have better photo’s now to help better explain. The first of the Log Cutting and Splitting Tips – Containing the chainsaw mess So the […]

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Log Collection – first of 2017

I did my first log collection trip of this year, a week or so earlier than originally planned. The weather was just so good and I had spare time so I thought why not. This was intended to be just a recce trip to see how much wood was available so I didn’t take my […]

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Firewood for the coming winter

It’s the middle of March now and time to be thinking about getting the firewood in for next winter, the outside log stores are empty now and they need to refilled with logs so they can season (dry out) during the warmer months. Check the Tools you use for making your firewood So jobs to […]

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