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Hi John,

 

We produce and export kd logs to UK for 5 years already, approx 30 loads per month goes directly to UK and Ireland.

Prices vary from 180 to 205 EUR for 2RM crate including delivery, it depends on where you are located in UK.

Hope that helps.

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Hi John,

 

We produce and export kd logs to UK for 5 years already, approx 30 loads per month goes directly to UK and Ireland.

Prices vary from 180 to 205 EUR for 2RM crate including delivery, it depends on where you are located in UK.

Hope that helps.

 

Hi there !

Thanks for prompt reply. Can you email me more more info please, type of wood, container size, supply time from ordering.

I live in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Not sure if I can give my email address out as new to this forum. johnideson@yahoo.co.uk

Regards

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Crazy. Had a customer say to me, "why can I only burn kiln dried logs"

That's what the bloody stove installer said to her.....how utterly ridiculous.

 

I don't know I can see why it's come to that. We supply our local stove shop but before us they had tried lots of local places and they had always had to put up with badly dried wood and they get the flak when customer buy wet wood and their stoves underperform. Not saying I like seeing imported wood flooding into the country but can also see why there is a demand for kiln dried.

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I don't know I can see why it's come to that. We supply our local stove shop but before us they had tried lots of local places and they had always had to put up with badly dried wood and they get the flak when customer buy wet wood and their stoves underperform. Not saying I like seeing imported wood flooding into the country but can also see why there is a demand for kiln dried.

 

Kiln dried or imported kiln dried?

 

If the dumb UK public took a leaf out of the norwegians' book...

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i dont get why it's becoming so complicated. Just dry the wood, not rocket science, just dry it and then burn it.

Forget the wallies that sell crap firewood, they help keep the rest of us busy!

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