When it comes to deciding how you’re going to keep warm this Winter, you have several options of what to put on the fireplace.
Wood Pellets may be small in size, allowing them to be stored easily, but the amount of ash that is left after use is large enough that it needs to be disposed of regularly.
Firewood adds a beautiful and rustic element to your living space and may give your wood-burning stove the look you think it requires. However, there are some dangers to using natural firewood logs, such as having to tend to it regularly, which means that you may injure yourself while touching them.
If you have a fireplace rather a log burning stove, charcoal can seem like the natural fuel to use, as it burns significantly faster than charcoal briquettes (which many believe to be a better alternative). But, while that may be the case, charcoal briquettes do have chemical additives used in their manufacturing process.
Why are Lekto's Hardwood Heat Logs the best option?
Not only are they easy to light, but Hardwood Heat Logs can be used for all appliances, including fireplaces, log burners, and chimineas.
They are also a more natural product than many alternatives, as they are produced in sustainable plantations and made from 100% hardwood sawdust – no chemical additives are used in the manufacturing process. This is particularly important if you are to use logs for cooking food on an open fire or in a pizza oven.
Furthermore, they leave very little ash, but the small amount they do leave can be used as fertiliser in the garden, so they are environmentally friendly and not a single part of our hardwood logs is wasted.
Lekto’s Heat Logs work wonderfully with wood burners, as they have a very high burning temperature, meaning your room gets warmer quicker and, because they are made of compressed wood, there is more material to burn, so they will burn longer than most other wood fuels.
If you are looking for an effective and economic way to warm your home, buy your Lekto's Hardwood Heat Logs here…