Heat Logs - fireplace logs which light easily
Are you looking for easy to light fireplace logs which give off an attractive flame? Homefire Heat Logs are manufactured from 100% recycled waste wood and are ideal to use on any wood burning appliance, including open fires and multi fuel stoves. Heat Logs are considered to be a carbon neutral fuel log, as the wood they’re made from would otherwise have been burnt in a landfill site.
Heat Logs are a very dry type of fuel log and they light easily, producing little ash. Supplied in waterproof packaging, these popular fireplace logs can be stacked right beside your fireplace or stove ready to use.
You can use Homefire Heat Logs alone, to start a fire, or mix them with other fireplace logs or smokeless coals. Either way, with this popular fuel log you can look forward to a warm, toasty fire with a bright flame and high heat output.
Here’s why our thousands of regulars tell us we are their number one choice for wood fuel and solid fuels:
The Horse and Cart may have gone, but we still deliver this fuel in the traditional way. A CPL delivery driver hoists the fuel onto their back and carries it down your garden path to your bunker or store. Our delivery drivers are the best in the business, doing a really tough job in all weathers. But providing you don’t ask them to tackle an “assault course” of obstacles across your property they will deliver this fuel to pretty much wherever you ask them to.
Our standard delivery time is between 5 to 7 working days, but if we can get to you quicker we will. When checking out make sure you tick the box for a text message alert, and that way we’ll let you know that your fuel is on its way and is going to arrive the next working day.
Not going to be there – No Problem. Tell us at the time of placing your order where you would like your fuel left and we’ll do the rest - neatly stacking the fuel exactly where you asked us to. Don’t forget to unlock any doors or gates and put away the dog though.
Delivery is free for all orders over £50 in value.
There is a £10 delivery charge per item for orders less than £50 in value.