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About Logs2U - The Nation's Favourite Log Suppliers
Logs 2U is the Real Wood Fuel Supply Division of CPL Distribution, the largest solid fuel distributor in the UK.
We have been delivering logs for many years under CPL brands, but early in 2009 the decision was taken to set up a dedicated biomass fuels division under the brand name Logs2U with its own production facilities, kiln drying capability, supply chain, nationwide depots, transport infrastructure and ecommerce website.
World Class Production Investment & Capacity
Since 2009 we have been busy developing our service capabilities and product range.
Chief amongst these is a £300,000 investment in a log drying kiln with the capacity to dry over 100 tonnes of logs per week.
This capacity enables Logs2U to provide a reliable source of high quality hardwood or softwood seasoned logs and kiln dried logs throughout the year, but especially during the busy winter period, when demand is at its highest.
The great thing about Logs2U though, is the capability to also buy other solid fuels at the same time, which are all delivered as a single order from our network of over 30 distribution depots.
Available Log Products
Freshly cut hardwood and softwood logs
Seasoned hardwood and softwood logs
Moisture content approximately between 20-30%. Ideal for open fires, multi-fuel stoves, wood burning stoves and cookers.
Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs
Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs are the best logs money can buy! They are easier to light, give out more heat, are more economical and spit less than seasoned logs making them the number one choice for your fire, stove or cooker.
Manufactured from high quality treated timber our log stores provide the answer to where do I store my logs and keep them dry and ready for use.
Wood & Fire related accessories
This range of products is constantly growing and includes log baskets, fireguards and companion sets to name a few.
A range of high quality lumpwood charcoal products, for those summer evenings when the logs are burning on the chiminea and the food is cooking on the barbeque.
With up to 60% moisture content, these logs are not recommended for use on closed appliances, but can be burnt on open fires.
Alternatively you might like to emulate our European neighbours and try a spot of DIY wood seasoning? Read our Real Wood Guide for information about seasoning your own logs.