ECO FRIENDLY HEAT LOGS, FIREWOOD KINDLING & WOOD FUEL ACCESSORIES

Pinewood Fuels are the supplier of sustainable wood fuels and accessories to heat your home and garden. Our wood is sourced from sustainably managed forests to create our Eco Heat Logs, Briquettes and Kiln Dried Kindling.

We design all our range of firewood & heat log products to ensure that they burn at the optimum temperature over an extended period. This will help keep your fire warm and cosy for longer without any need to intervene.

You will find our products very easy to use and conveniently compact enough to store anywhere you need them. We have a great selection of wood fuels which can be used for a variety of log burners. Such as, Pizza Ovens, Chimneas, Wood Stoves, Log Fires and BBQ's.

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FIRELOGS VS HEAT LOGS: WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SWITCHING FROM CONVENTIONAL FIRELOGS TO HEAT LOGS?

If you’ve never used heat logs before you may be wondering what the difference is between firewood and heat logs.

Heat logs are traditionally made from agricultural fibres and other combustible materials such as compressed hardwood shavings and sawdust shavings which are then formed into a cylindrical classic log shape. Heat logs are manufactured by compressing these bi product materials which are created in saw mills and wood manufacturing facilities. 

The benefits of using heat logs in comparison to firewood is that heat logs are eco friendly, sustainably manufactured, cost effective, almost smokeless, space saving and are super easy to light. 

8 Great benefits of using our Eco Heat Logs

sustainably sourced heat logs

SUSTAINABLY SOURCED

Our heat logs are from sourced sustainable wood which is only processed through sustainably managed forests. These forests provide renewable material as they are managed by professional stewards who control the landscape.
eco friendly heat logs

ECO FRIENDLY

Our wood fuels are sourced from sustainably managed forests, making them Eco Friendly. This means there is no environmental damage when using our wood fuels and our trees will remain for future generations.
cost effective heat logs

COST EFFECTIVE

Simply put, our heat logs are efficient, value for money heat logs. Our products are designed with money saving firmly in mind. Heat logs are a much more cost effective and efficient heating source offering incredibly value for your money.
easy storage heat logs

Easy Storage

Our heat logs are easy to handle and store in any location. You can break them easily without the need for tools. In fact, you can break them with your hands!
long burn heat logs

LONG BURN

Our single heat logs burn from 1 to 4 hours. To select the correct burn time for your desires simply click here to go to the “choose your heat log” table below.
smokeless heat logs

ALMOST SMOKELESS

Smoke should be expected from all wood materials which are burned, however, our heat logs provide an ultra low smoke output.
easy light heat logs

EASY LIGHT

Smoke should be expected from all wood materials which are burned, however, our heat logs provide an ultra low smoke output. Ultra low smoke makes for a much enjoyable burning process.
100% natural heat logs

100% Natural

Our products are sustainably sourced wood products and our bi products. Our logs do not contain any additives, neither do we use binding agents or any form of glue or such like material. Our logs are perfectly safe to use for open fires, fire-pits, pizza ovens, burning stoves and log boilers.

WHICH HEAT LOG IS THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU?

  Solid Heat Log Briquette Eco Heat logs Pink Kay Logs
SOLID HEAT LOG BRIQUETTE ECO HEAT LOGS PINI KAY LOGS
USED FOR Pizza Ovens Indoor Log Burners Outdoor Firepit
ALSO GREAT FOR Indoor & Outdoor Fire Pits & Stoves Indoor & Outdoor Fire Pits & Stoves Indoor & Outdoor Fire Pits & Stoves
ALMOST SMOKELESS? Yes Yes Yes
EAST TO LIGHT Yes Yes Yes
BURN TIME 3-4 Hours 2-3 Hour 2 Hours
MATERIAL Compressed Saw Dust Compressed Saw Dust Compressed Saw Dust
ECO FRIENDLY Yes Yes Yes
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Why use Heat Logs in place of Firelogs?

Heat logs are basically super logs. They burn hotter and often longer than traditional firewood. You build your fire in the same way as you would with other types of log.

Heat logs expand as they burn and allow you to be able to break them into smaller chunks easily. You will not need to use an axe to break up your heat log. Don’t worry, they break easily and you can do it with your bare hands.

Why do Heat logs burn so well?

Heat logs burn so well because they have such a low moisture content. At under 10% moisture, this is less than half the level of many other types of wood.

Dry wood catches light more quickly and burns with a higher temperature and is also less likely to spit and pop, so there’s no risk of hot sparks flying out of your fireplace.

Furthermore, these compressed logs contain more combustible material than a normal wood log of the same size and this is the reason why heat logs can burn for longer.

With our heat logs you get all these benefits and more! We work to a consistent production level ensuring each log is made to the same shape, size and weight. So you have complete peace of mind that your logs will arrive to you perfect every time.

As a comparison, traditional firewood is much more variable in terms of weight and it's irregular shape which can make it hard to stack and store.

"We provide high quality heat logs and wood fuel accessories directly to your door for next day delivery"

What can you expect from our heat logs

Our logs weight 2kg and contains 10 logs per box. You can use them in log burners and wood stoves, open fires and multi-fuel stoves indoors, or pop some on a fire pit, in a chiminea or an outdoor pizza oven.

We provide multiple heat log options which allows you to choose between our eco, pini kay and solid heat logs. Each heat log option is suited more so to a particular burning apparatus.

What do Heat Logs do?

Well, they basically act like super logs. They burn hotter and often longer than traditional firewood. They are also really easy to use. You build your fire in the same way as you would with other types of log, but because these logs expand as they burn, you should always break them into smaller chunks before you use them. Don’t worry, they break easily and you can do it with your bare hands, no axe required.

Why do these logs burn so well?

It’s because they have such a low moisture content. At under 10% this is less than half the level of many other types of wood. Dry wood takes light more quickly and burns with a higher temperature. It is also less likely to spit and pop, so there’s no risk of hot sparks flying out of your fireplace. Furthermore, these compressed logs contain more combustible material than a normal wood log of the same size and this is what allows them to burn for longer.

With our heat logs you get all these benefits and more! Because each log is made to the same shape, size and weight you know exactly what you are getting when you make a purchase. Traditional firewood is much more variable in terms of weight, and the irregular shapes can make it hard to stack and store.

Each box of fire logs is 20kg and contains 10 logs. You can use them in log burners and wood stoves, open fires and multi-fuel stoves indoors, or pop some on a fire pit, in a chiminea or pizza oven outdoors.

We have also introduced a solid briquette version of the firewood heat log, again it is almost exactly the same as the eco heat logs however in our experience this log is best used as a top up on an existing fire and it great for a really long burn.

Why you should buy your heat logs form us?

Heat logs are ideal if you want a fuel source that gives a long burn time and a high heat output. 

  • Our heat logs burn hotter and often longer than traditional firewood.
  • They are also really easy to use.
  • You build your fire in the same way as you would with other types of log, but because these logs expand as they burn, you should always break them into smaller chunks before you use them.

Do you build a fire in the same way with heat logs as firewood?

When you build your fire, start off by laying your kindling, then break your fire log into pieces, which is easy to do by hand. Next, lay your logs over the top. Remember that they fire log chunks will expand as they start to burn so don’t add too much, its much easier to add more logs when needed as it can be very difficult and unsafe to remove burning logs.

Once your fire is ready, pop a couple of natural wood firelighters into the middle of the kindling then use your flameless lighter to ignite them. They will catch the kindling alight which, in turn, will pass the flame onto your fire logs.

It’s that easy!