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Why should I use Kiln Dried Logs?

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Why kiln dried logs? Why you shouldn't burn wet (green) wood?

Wet or unseasoned wood produces the following poor performance:

  • Fires that are very slow and difficult to start.

  • Fires that don't burn well.

  • Smokey fires with fewer flames, lack-lustre and dull dirty orange coloured flames.

  • Increased dense grey/blue smoke from the chimney.

  • Shorter burn times.

  • Low heat ouput.

  • Dirty glass with the effectiveness of stove's airwash system compromised.

  • Excessive and rapid creosole build-up in the flue system and chimney.

  • Unpleasant smokey smells inside and outside the house.

For the very best quality fire, always use kiln dried logs - the very best supplied by https://silvanalogs2door.com/.

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Check out prices out at: prices - https://silvanalogs2door.com/firewood-logs-prices-leatherhead-surrey.

Our logs have a low moisture content, ignite easily and burn with high heat output.

  • We sell only the best quality kiln dried hardwood logs (ash and beech) with an average moisture content of 10-20%.

  • Our firewood logs are suitable for open fires and log burners, and our logs are grown in a sustainable way.

  • Our delivery service is friendly and reliable.

  • Kindling available at £5.00 per sack.

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Hygge - Guildford to Sevenoaks

Hygge is a Danish concept that originated in Norway where it originally meant 'well-being'.    It first appeared in Danish literature towards the end of the 18th Century and the Danes have embraced it ever since.

Hygge is about spending time with loved ones, walks by the sea, drinking cocoa, brewing a fresh coffee and slowly savouring the aromas - while eating a cinnamon bun - oh... and lighting a candle too!

And of course ... sitting by the fire.  What better way to embrace Autumn and this current trend than spending a cosy afternoon by the fire.  At silvanalogs2door we whole-heartedly embrace the concept of taking life slowly and enjoying simple pleasures.

True happiness is... to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future. Lucius Annaeus Seneca