ARE MIXED SPECIES LOGS ANY GOOD?
Mixed hardwood logs species, such as alder, black alder, maple, elm, and black cherry, can often be bought from multiple suppliers and been used as wood fuel for many years.
These logs are understandably very popular as they have many advantages. Their availability is good and firewood processors are able to offer better deals for mixed species logs compared to the other species. Mixed hardwood logs normally burn out slightly faster and generate slightly less heat output than the denser woods. Mixed hardwood logs are available for sale in crates or nets.
Mixed hardwoods in comparison to premium species like ash or oak, burn faster and return less heat. However, availability is much better and prices are cheaper accordingly. We have a lot of loyal accounts who buy only mixed economy species and are happy thanks to constant availability and cheaper price. Click to kiln dried mixed hardwood logs and find out all our products.
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