Grange Farm Logs, have logs for sale, hardwood logs, larch logs, firewood, seasoned logs kindling, smokless fuels, for customers in Lowton, Golborne, Ashton in Makerfield, Atherton, Altrincham, Bolton, Newton Le Willows, Culcheth, Warrington, St Helens, Leigh, Wigan, Lancashire, Eccles, Irlam, Salford, Manchester, Cheshire, Merseyside, Northwest.
Grange Farm Logs have logs for sale now in Atherton, hardwood logs, larch logs, firewood, seasoned logs, kindling, smokeless fuels, so if you are looking for Logs for sale in Atherton, including hardwood logs, firewood, kindling, smokeless fuels, larch logs, seasoned logs, logs for chimeneas, Kiln Dried Logs, we supply Logs direct to you with Logs delivered to your our home or business in Atherton or logs for collection.
We deliver logs to your home and business within a 30 mile radius, we stock a range of logs for sale all available to buy direct from us through our website and have them delivered to your home or business in Atherton or for you to click and collect at your convenience.
Buy logs direct from Grange Farm Country Store also known as Grange Farm Logs. We have been supplying logs for sale for over 15 years to customers in Atherton and beyond.
We deliver logs in Atherton. As one of the best known and most reliable suppliers of logs or sale in Atherton you can be assured that when you are looking to buy logs in Atherton we are the best choice. We deliver 6 days a week in Atherton and surrounding areas and you can order and purchase your logs online through our website.
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We deliver Logs in Cheshire including Acton Bridge, Adlington, Alderley Edge, Aldersey Green, Aldford, Allgreave, Allostock, Alsager, Altrincham, Arclid, Astmoor, Aston, Audlem, Barbridge, Barthomley, Barton, Beechwood, Beeston, Betchton, Bollington, Bosley, Bredbury, Bridge Trafford, Broadbottom, Bromborough, Broughton, Broxton, Budworth, Bunbury, Burtonwood, Calveley, Castlefields, Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Chester, Childer Thornton, Christleton, Church Minshull, Comberbach, Congleton, Cotebrook, Crewe, Crowton, Cuddington, Daresbury, Darnhall, Delamere, Disley, Dukinfield, Eaton, Ellesmere Port, Elworth, Frankby, Frodsham, Gatley, Great Barrow, Great Budworth, Great Sutton, Handforth, Handley, Hartford, Hazel Grove, Heald Green, Helsby, Higher Burwardsley, Holmes Chapel, Hyde, Kerridge, Kingsley, Knutsford, Langley, Little Budworth, Little Leigh, Little Neston, Little Sutton, Lower Peover, Lower Whitley, Lowton, Lymm, Macclesfield, Malpas, Marple, Marple Bridge, Marston, Middlewich, Millbrook, Millington, Mobberley, Mold, Mottram, Mouldsworth, Moulton, Nantwich, Neston, Newton Le Willo, Norley, Northop, Northwich, Oscroft, Over Peover, Parkgate, Penketh, Pickmere, Plumley, Poynton, Prenton, Prestbury, Rainow, Romiley, Rossett, Runcorn, Rushton Spencer, Sale, Salford, Sandbach, Sandiway, Saughall, Stalybridge, Stockport, Stoke-on-Trent, Styal, Sutton, Sutton Weaver, Swettenham, Tabley, Tarporley, Tarvin, Timperley, Tushingham Cum Grindley, Walgherton, Warmingham, Warrington, Waverton, Weaverham, Whitchurch, Whitegate, Widnes, Willaston, Willington, Wilmslow, Wincham, Wincle, Winsford, Winwick, Wirral, Woodley, Wrenbury, Wybunbury & surrounding areas.
We deliver logs in Lancashire including Accrington, Adlington, Anderton, Arnside, Culcheth, Ashton-under-Lyne, Atherton, Aughton, Austwick, Bacup, Barnoldswick, Barrow, Barton, Belmont, Bickerstaffe, Blackburn, Blacko, Blackpool, Bolton, Bolton by Bowland, Bolton-le-Sands, Brinscall, Brookhouse, Burnley, Burscough, Burton, Bury, Capernwray, Carnforth, Chadderton, Chapel leDale, Charnock Richard, Chatburn, Chipping, Chorley, Churchtown, Claughton,Clayton le Moors, Clayton le Woods, Clitheroe, Cliviger, Cockerham, Colne, Coppull, Darwen, Denshaw, Didsbury, Down holland, , Eccles, Farnworth, Fleetwood, Forton, Foulridge, Garstang, Gisburn, Golborne, Goosnargh, Great Harwood, Greenmount, Grindleton, Haslingden, Heskin Green, Hest Bank, Heysham, Heywood, Hoddlesden, Horwich, Hurst Green, Ince, Irlam, Kirkby Lonsdale, Knott End-on-Sea,Lancaster, Laneshawbridge, Leigh, Leyland, Little Altrinchamton, Littleborough, Longridge, Lytham St Annes, Lytham St. Annes, Manchester, Mellor, Mereclough, Middleton, Milnrow, Morecambe, Mossley, Nelson, Oldham, Ormskirk, Oswaldtwistle, Padiham, Parbold, Peel, Pleasington, Poulton-Le-Fylde, Preesall, Preston, Preston, Chorley, Ramsbottom, Rawtenstall, Ribchester, Rishton, Rochdale, Rossendale, Salford, Salterforth, Scorton, Silverdale, Skelmersdale, Slaidburn, Southport, St Annes on Sea, Stonyhurst, Thornton, Thornton Cleveleys, Thornton-Cleveleys, Todmorden, Trawden, Turton, Upholland, Uppermill, Waddington, Warton, West Carnforth, Westhoughton, Whalley, Whittle-le-Woods, Whitworth, Wigan, Wilpshire, Wiswell, Withnell, Worsthorne, Wrea Green, Wrightington, Yealand Conyers & surrounding areas.
We Deliver Logs in Merseyside including Barnston, Bebington, Birkenhead, Blundellsands, Bootle, Bromborough, Caldy, Diss, Eastham, Ellesmere Port, Formby, Haydock, Heswall, Holywell, Hoylake, Huyton, Kirkby, Kirkdale, Knowsley, Liverpool, Neston, Netherton, Newton-Le-Willows, Ormskirk, Port Sunlight, Prenton, Prescot, Rainford, Rainhill, Southport, Speke, St Helens, Thurstaston, Toxteth, Wallasey, Walton, Wavertree, Widnes, Wirral and Wirral Bebington & surrounding areas.
Grange Farm Logs want our customers to realise the benefits of burning Larch Logs. We only sell all larch logs we do not mix any other softwoods into our loads. The logs are 2 year seasoned and burn extremely well on open fires and stoves. Larch is the hardest of all the softwoods and It gives off good heat. Whilst is does burn slightly faster than hardwood, it's marginal we urge you to try it and see for yourself. On the environmental side larch grows much faster than hardwoods and its easier to harvest, it seasons well and splits into logs lovely. This is always reflected in the price as they are always cheaper than hardwood log. You can always visit us at the yard and see for your self
Grange Farm Logs have spent considerable time researching the best timbers to use for hardwood split logs. We have chosen to use ash as one of our timbers because it has a very low moisture content and produces excellent heat with a nice flame. Another timber we use is beech which also produces good heat with a nice flame. Oak is also used because it is an extremely long burning fuel with a high heat output. The final timbers in the mix are silver birch which has one of the highest calorific values and sycamore and together we feel they offer good results all round. For softwood split logs we only use larch which we have seasoned well fora minimum 2 years. It is an efficient burner better suited to a closed appliance as it may have a tendency to spit a little. It is very useful to start your log fire with softwood, but due to its fast burning properties it is better combined with hardwood to ensure a longer and hotter burn.
There are many benefits to burning wood including burning wood is carbon neutral only giving off the same amount of carbon dioxide on burning as it has absorbed whilst growing providing timber is felled from managed forests, wood fuels will be a renewable source of energy.
Having purchased good quality seasoned wood from Grange Farm Logs it would be best to store your logs outside, raised off the ground, perhaps on a pallet or similar, so the air can freely circulate. Always stack the logs bark side down leaving small gaps between to allow for air. Top off the final layer with the bark uppermost to act as tile for the rain to runoff. If possible cover the top only, not the sides, with a waterproof sheet to protect against the elements. If you choose to store in a shed or garage ventilate regularly by opening windows.
Store your logs as near to your property as possible to make it easier to top up your indoor log supply. If you keep a small supply of logs indoors they will gently warm up, further evaporating any moisture, before burning a couple of days later on your fire. Do not worry about a small amount of rainfall on your logs. If you follow the above suggestions your logs will easily be ready again for burning.
Typically, such newly-felled timber will have 50%-70%moisture content by weight. The aim is to reduce that level of moisture content down to the level found in the atmosphere, about 15%-20% during the summer months. Without putting the timber in a drying kiln, it is not possible to maintain a lower content than this since if the wood is drier than the atmosphere, it will simply absorb moisture until an equilibrium is reached. Therefore, you should aim to store your wood correctly so to get it down to 20 to 25% ready for burning. bringing some of your wood inside to further enhance this on rotation ready for the fire.
This process of reducing the moisture content of wood is termed 'seasoning': and the best method to accomplish this is to facilitate as much air circulation and warmth to reach the wood stack as possible. For this reason, wood to be seasoned should not be stacked or thrown into the garage or a closed shed: all that will happen is that large growths of mould and fungi will thrive on the damp, decaying wood in the cool, still conditions, and after several months the wood will still be too damp to burn. Similarly, wood stack thrown in a heap next to the shaded and cool north side of a building, or hidden out of sight under the rhododendrons where the sun rarely reaches, the rain drips and the humidity levels are high after every downpour is very unlikely to produce the desired result.
The best place for your wood stack is, so far as is possible, right out in the open. A southerly aspect is best, perhaps along a paddock fence line, or stacked against an outside wall. A simple lean-to type of roof structure could be put up with little effort or expense to keep the worst of the rain from soaking down through the top of the stack, or a tarpaulin sheet could be stretched and weighted down along the top. But remember that rain water is not the main problem, at least during the summer, since that will dry off with a day or two of hot weather. Rather, it is the sap level within the wood itself which is the problem we only split logs that have been felled for at least 12 to 14 months, we then split them hopefully without rain getting on them and store them in drying bags which are stored outside until they are sold. The more knowledgeable our customers get in the correct storage of wood the better the heat output will be. Stocking up your log stores in the summer months ready for your winter fires is the ideal and something we encourage.
You can always ring us or email for help if you are unsure. a stacking service is available for some of our less able customers and must be arranged over the phone and costing is based on how and where the logs are to be stored.
Please feel free to call in and see first-hand how efficiently we operate. See our windrowed 'mountains' of logs seasoning prior to production. Having been seasoned for at least 1 year the wood will then be split into logs using our up to date, well maintained equipment. A small quantity of logs will be netted up but the majority will be stored as loose logs ready for distribution via our website or direct from the yard shop. Wherever possible we like to reduce packaging, such as the large white builder bags, as this only creates disposal problems.
Customers frequently like to visit us before they take their first order so they can see the quality of the split logs we produce and also take advantage of the advice available from our knowledgeable staff. It is an opportunity to take a small quantity of products to try to see which better suits your appliance.
Generally logs are cut to 10 inch lengths. Please ask if you require anything different, we can usually oblige.
Kindling is cut to 8 inch lengths and is usually pine or poplar.
We pride ourselves on always supplying logs ready to burn - wet, unseasoned logs are less efficient. Be aware when buying logs by weight, if you are unlucky enough for the logs to be wet you will only have a small load!
If you are looking to buy logs, firewood, kindling, smokeless fuels or charcoal for your home or business then contact Grange Farm Logs at Grange Farm Country Store.