Traditional firewood. Modern quality.
All the benefits of modern wood fuel production in a traditional form. With a lower moisture content than any other type of firewood, easy-to-store packaging, and full Ready to Burn certification, Lekto Kiln Dried Oak Logs are the perfect blend of tradition and quality.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lekto Kiln Dried Oak Logs
What is the burning time of Kiln-Dried Oak Logs?
Kiln-dried oak logs burn longer than all other commonly-used types of firewood.
What is the moisture content of Kiln-Dried Oak Logs?
Lekto Kiln-Dried Oak Logs have a moisture content under 20%.
What is the size of each Kiln-Dried Oak Log?
Being a natural product, each log has a different diameter. The length of each log is exactly 25 cm.
How should I store Kiln Dried Oak Logs?
Kiln-Dried Oak Logs are best stored in a dry place with at least minimal air circulation. If you plan on storing your logs outside, we recommend you bring them indoors for at least a few days before burning them.
Where Does Lekto Source Its Firewood?
Lekto’s Kiln-Dried Oak Logs are sourced sustainably-managed forests whose owners have a proven environmental track record. We take all possible measures to ensure than our products are eco-friendly.
How many oak logs are in one box?
Kiln-Dried Oak Logs are a natural product and thus vary in width. Because of this, firewood is usually measured by volume, not the amount of logs in a box. Each box contains 22 litres of firewood.
How long will one box of Kiln-Dried Oak Logs last me?
There is no universal answer to this question. It all depends on the temperature, the size of your house, the quality of its insulation, the climate of the part of the country you live in, and the amount of wood stoves you have. On average, a UK household can expect to require between 1 and 3 crates (1.49m3) of firewood per heating season.
Where can I use Kiln Dried Oak Firewood?
You can use Kiln-Dried Oak wood in virtually all wood burning scenarios.