There is a surprising amount of work that goes in to getting logs from the forest to your home. In fact by the time you put a log on your fire it will have already been handled at least 5 times!
Felling the tree:
All our logs come from trees felled in sustainably managed woodlands in the South East of England.
Once the selected trees have been felled, the wood can be collected by a tractor, driven to the woodland edge (“forwarded”) and unloaded again where the stack will begin seasoning and await collection.
A timber lorry can then collect the wood from the woodland edge and transport it to our yard where it will be stacked again and await processing.
The timber can then be cut into logs and left to continue drying in our barn.
Your order is received and the logs are loaded onto our vehicle for delivery to your home.