Firewood/Logs

  Astwick Forestry Services supply firewood throughout Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.The Timber is purchased standing from local sustainable woodland. Trees are felled or coppiced in the woodland and are either allowed to re-grow or are replanted to ensure that the future supply of your fuel and sustainability of local woodlands is preserved.    
  loose logs bagged logs Kindling box  
  Loose Logs Bagged Logs Kindling  
Fully Seasoned Fully Seasoned Ash Logs  
These logs are dried and seasoned ready to burn on your fire. Logs are cut to 10 inches in length and split to approximately 3-5 inches in diameter and the load will contain kindling.Loads are 95% hardwood and 5% softwood (to aid lighting). These logs are specifically designed for a log burner. Bulk bags of top quality ash logs. Cut to 10 inches in length and split to approximately 3-5 inches in diameter. These logs are designed for an open fire/log burner. Larg box of easy light  kindling 
Box dimensions 500mm x 325mm x 180mm
£ 5.00 delivered with any firewood order
2 cubic meters of loose firewood, delivered and tipped on driveway £135.00 plus delivery
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4 cubic meters of  loose firewood
delivered and tipped on driveway
£250.00 plus delivery  
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1 bulk bag £80.00 plus delivery
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2 bulk bags
£150.00 plus delivery  
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  Partly Seasoned Fully Seasoned Hornbeam Logs    
  No available Bulk bags of top quality Hornbeam logs. Cut to 10 inches in length and split to approximately 3-5 inches in diameter. These logs are designed for an open fire/log burner.    
 

 
1 bulk bag £85.00 plus delivery
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2 bulk bags
£160.00 plus delivery  
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For best results It is always advisable to stock up during the spring/summer months.
All firewood we supply comes from sustainable sources and this includes many woods such as: ash, beech, silver birch, sycamore and hornbeam.

The firewood is sourced locally from sustainable woodland. This reduces effects on the environment and the financial cost to the customer by limiting the transport distances.
There is a misconception that burning logs for heat ruins the environment and adds to global warming. However firewood is not a fossil fuel and comprises of carbon molecules recently fixed from the surrounding environment. If these logs are burnt the carbon molecules are released as carbon dioxide but will not add to the total amount of carbon dioxide in the world. If the tree was not cut down for firewood it would mature, die and eventually rot, thus releasing the carbon it had trapped from the atmosphere. To counter the effects of global warming it is important to re-grow or replant trees (trapping more carbon dioxide) which can be used as firewood or timber.

Effectively every log burnt to provide heat stops us burning coal, oil or gas which does have an effect our environment.