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Where can i buy logs for wood burning stove?

loobie Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Might seem like a daft question but i have no idea!

We are going away for the weekend and the place supplies the 1st basket then we have the option to buy more from them at £4 per bag. Just wondering if it would be cheaper to take my own.

We will need a fairly big amount to keep us warm for the 4 days we are there.

Thanks x
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Yeah ... take your own tree and rip saw .. that will teach them to charge £4 a log.:w00t:
#2
for 4 days you'll need a huge pile. I love open fires...

Garden centres charge about a tenner for a bag of kindling, another tenner for another bag of wood.

I'd easily go through 2 bags or so a day but then i'm obsessed with tending the flames lol love watching them dance.

It'd prolly be fine to pay their 4 quid a bag IMO xx
#3
sure youve got other things youd rather take than a car full of logs to save a couple of quid......

dont worry, sure you can go hunting for stuff to burn if you are that cold
#5
ClarityofMind
for 4 days you'll need a huge pile. I love open fires...

Garden centres charge about a tenner for a bag of kindling, another tenner for another bag of wood.

I'd easily go through 2 bags or so a day but then i'm obsessed with tending the flames lol love watching them dance.

It'd prolly be fine to pay their 4 quid a bag IMO xx



We are staying in a yurt with no insulation so im pretty sure we will go through loads!

Maybe i will just buy it there then, though i suppose it depends on the size of the bag i get for £4
#6
loobie
We are staying in a yurt with no insulation so im pretty sure we will go through loads!

Maybe i will just buy it there then, though i suppose it depends on the size of the bag i get for £4


I'm thinking maybe a 20L sack full for a tenner xxx
#7
Were 50p a bag in the B&Q clearance sale at my B&Q at the weekend. Try your local B&Q.
#8
greg_68
Were 50p a bag in the B&Q clearance sale at my B&Q at the weekend. Try your local B&Q.


Ta, will take a look xx
#9
u have any joiners/kitchen fitters/furniture makers near you?
weve got a big industrial estate near us, we just go up to all the carpenters/joiners and ask if we can have their waste. Obviously its cheaper for them than paying to have it removed so its win/win! We get skip fulls of waste wood every week suitable for burning in our stove.
#10
Befriend your local tree surgeons.

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