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I've always burnt seasonedish logs in my stovax stove & free standing log oven. But last year received spitting logs with very little heat output. Until this year, I've now bought some logs from a company called White Horse Energy & awaiting delivery. When flicking through Youtube at work, as you do i found this Wet vs Dry video which was a real eye-opener. 

 

Before receiving my first batch I was curious what others thought about burning dried logs & what wood type worked for them? 

 

https://youtu.be/t1D_AJT-xSY

 

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42 minutes ago, DaveRoberts1 said:

Ive always burnt seasonedish logs in my stovax stove & free standing log oven. But last year received spitting logs with very litter heat output. Until this year, I've now bought some logs from a company called White Horse Energy & awaiting delivery. When flicking through Youtube at work, as you do i found this Wet vs Dry video which was a real eye-opener. 

 

Before receiving my first batch I was curious what others thought about burning dried wood.

 

https://youtu.be/t1D_AJT-xSY

  

I think you've just stumbled on the most well known fact regarding firewood known on the entire planet. 

I think you're just advertising for this company to be honest? A 30 second search would have brought up hundreds of posts on this matter. 

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Just now, DaveRoberts1 said:

Hi, 

 

Only inherited my log burner at the back end of last winter. I think maybe more naive than anything else.  

Maybe spend some time looking over old threads then.....

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Im a bit with the promoting a company view when in one post you have always burnt seasoned logs...in another post you have only had the burner at back end of last winter, we had a good summer so I don't understand the "always" bit about burning seasonedish stuff when you say later its all a new thing?

 

 

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Just now, trigger_andy said:

Yeh, to promote his firewood company. :D:D:D 

But God loves a trier and initiative should be applauded :D

 

 

 

I'll admit that I did search the company, but they're in Cirencester and I'm in Manchester. I also don't have a stove! :D

 

 

 

 

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