Wood Burning In 2019.
As the number of woodburners increases and more people than ever before new to wood burning are having them fitted, we need to keep our advice up to date with [...]
That's us into June now, so time is starting to get short even to get larch dry for early Autumn. If you need firewood for burning then, best get it procured now.
Semi-Seasoned Larch [...]
What strange weather we are having, swinging from extra low -7 deg C to a positively balmy 11 deg C.
Unfortunately our local skiing hasn't really got going at all this year, with a few patchy [...]
As previously noted (details) the demand by the large biomass power plants, the roadside price of timber, including softwoods, is climbing relentlessly. We are trying to keep our prices down as [...]
Like clockwork, that's the Festive Season upon us. Mike, Cara and all the staff here wish you a Happy Christmas and a Good New Year. We also wish to express a big thank you to all our loyal [...]
Just a note to keep you informed of the current firewood trade.
The construction and commisioning of some very large woodchip powered power plants across the UK is causing significant ripples [...]
Firewood moisture content is such an important issue, I wanted to write this post exclusively to discuss and explain this important & topical issue.
Trees obviously contain sap when they are [...]
Firewood pack sizes is a real minefield. It is often not clear what sizes firewood packs or "loads" are and how to compare them.
Firstly, always buy firewood by volume, never by weight, because [...]
The Hagland Chief arriving in Montrose with a load of high quality hardwood for firewood
Just wanted to blog on the current top seller in our firewood store.
Every year, [...]
Harvesting Daffodil Bulbs In Bone Dry Soil
Our summer break is behind us. How lucky have we all been with the weather. I hope you are enjoying your Summer. I spent some time in London and there [...]