£99.00
£99.00 per bag
  • Dense, Hardwood Firewood 
  • Intense High Heat Output
  • Long Burning Firewood

Hornbeam firewood is in high demand, if you would like to reserve a builders bag of hornbeam from the next available container, please call us on 01484 653 768. You will then be called first and given priority when it becomes available. 

Hornbeam is one of our newer firewood options, and we are really pleased to have a good, reliable source of this type of wood.

Hornbeam is a very dense and heavy type of firewood, it has similar burning qualities to oak and beech firewood. You can expect a very long burn duration and a hot heat output.

This firewood is kiln dried for 7 days and has a moisture content lower than 20%. It is an excellent firewood and offers real value for money. 

Bulk bag dimensions: 

0.85 x 0.85 x 0.85 = 0.61m3

All of our firewood is certified with the Ready to Burn scheme, our certificate number is: WS480/00001. This gives you peace of mind that all of our firewood is properly kiln dried, and has a moisture content of 20% or less.

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Description

Hornbeam, one of our newer firewood options, has a nickname of ‘Ironwood’. As you might guess from that nickname, hornbeam is a very strong and very dense type of firewood.

It burns very similar to oak and beech firewood, so you can expect a long burn duration with a very high heat output.

Hornbeam firewood has a similar appearance to ash firewood; however, it is much heavier and has a similar calorific value to oak logs. Because of the density of this firewood, it can be trickier to light than the likes of birch firewood (which is softer). That being said, once the firewood is burning away, you can sit back and enjoy the heat output from this long burning log. If you find that you are refuelling your wood burner often, this could be the right log species for you!

Because of the hardness of this firewood, it is often used for furniture and flooring. The hardness firewood directly affects the burn duration. We would consider this to be an excellent type of firewood, and would recommend this to all customers looking for a firewood that offers a longer burn time.

As with all our wood products, hornbeam is kiln dried to give a moisture content of less than 20%. It will give a nice, smouldering flame when burning, and doesn’t spit or give off a lot of smoke. It is also FSC certified, giving you the peace of mind that this firewood is sustainable and sourced responsibly.

How to use:

To start the fire, lay the base with kindling and firelighters. Make sure to let a good amount of air into the fire, and that your kindling is flaming away before adding a couple of logs of hornbeam.

For a more detailed description on how to light the fire, click here.

Specification

Size

Product Size
Builders Bag
Packed Cubic Meter Volume
0.61m3
Approx. Product Weight
250kg

Fuel Specification

Product Type
Wood
Wood Species
Hornbeam
Type of Wood
Hardwood
Kiln Dried
Yes
Log Length
25 cm
Moisture Content
Less Than 20%
Place of Origin
Europe
FSC Certified
Yes
Responsibly Sourced
Yes
Ready To Burn
Yes
Burning Features
  • Clean Burn
  • High Heat Output
  • Long Burn
  • Low Ash Residue
  • Low CO₂
  • Low Smoke Output

Suitable For

Burning Appliance
Multi fuel stoves , Open Fires, Wood Stoves, Wood Fired Hot Tub,

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