Quality Hardwood Firewood
With many types of firewood and braai wood to choose from, hardwood is the best thing for a fireplace or braai as soft wood tends to burn up too quickly. Although hardwood is more difficult to light, hardwood burns for a long time at high tempratures thereby producing nice coals and leaves less creosote chimney build up. This is because this type of wood is very dense and packs more BTUs of potential heat energy per volume of firewood. However, they are more difficult to get ignited in the first place so you will need other types of wood as a starter wood such as kindling. Some hardwoods that make for the best fire include:
- Sekelbos Firewood
- Blue Gum Firewood
So with greater warmth and less need to throw another log on the fireplace, choosing a quality hardwood like blue gum or sekelbos is the way to go.
Our Firewood is Dry and Ready to Burn
Dry seasoned firewood is wood that has been left out to dry for a period of time. Well-seasoned and dry firewood makes for a longer clean cycle, provides a brighter, hotter fire and also tends to create less creosote build-up. Some of the benefits of using dry firewood include:
- Burns hot thereby generating greater heat output since no energy is lost evaporating water
- They are light and easy to move because of their low moisture content
- Ensures your chimney stays cleaner for longer because creosote and soot build up is very minimal
- Dry firewood does not release dangerous gases like carbon dioxide or other by-products like sulphur dioxide
Help Get Your Fire Started with Some Kindling
Starting a fire especially if you are using hardwood can be difficult. So whether you want to start a fire for your pizza oven, campfire, fireplace or braai, with our quality kindling, you will be sure to get your fire lit first time. Our kindling is split down from dry seasoned wood to provide a great quality kindling.
For not only great firewood but great service. Call 067 103 0999 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your firewood delivered today!