As one of the nation’s top suppliers of firewood, CPL aims to provide the widest range of choice for customers who want to order wood online. This advice is designed to help you select and burn firewood safely and efficiently.
Homefire wood is sourced from sustainable forests. The wood is then dried in a kiln for up 5 days at a high temperature to remove at least 80% of the moister content.
Our wood is supplied from sustanable forests.
The Ready to Burn scheme, which is backed by the government, is designed to promote the burning of dry firewood.
CPL is amongst the nation’s top suppliers of firewood and aims to provide the widest range of choice for customers who want to order wood online. The following guide is designed to help you select and burn firewood safely and efficiently.
We've got some top tips on how to light the perfect log fire.
Burning wet firewood can result in two very serious problems associated with condensation in the chimney.
We sometimes hear stories from our customers, who have tried to save themselves a few pennies by collecting their own firewood from the local woods, or buying it cheap off the back of a lorry.
For the majority of fuel burners, hardwood logs would be the best choice. This is because they are much denser and therefore produce more heat and last longer. However, softwood does light more easily making it better for kindling.
Burning coal and logs together can produce a gorgeous fire mixing the aroma and long flames of a log fire with the high heat output and longevity of solid fuel.
There’s a huge variety of options when it comes to choosing your fuel for a multi-fuel stove so we’ve put together a quick guide to help you find the one that’s right for you.