City Bag™ Kiln Dried Birch Firewood
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When residing in a city, any space can be a commodity! If you got no room for one of our cubic meter pallets, we have a solution for you. City Bag™ firewood, same premium quality product, just in a smaller version. With dimensions 45x45x90cm this bag will virtually fit anywhere in your house and if you got more room left use our three bag bundle to make a better saving.
Very Popular In Scandinavia & Eastern Europe, Silver Birch not only looks apart with the white silver coloured bark but can be a reliable source of heat. Suitable for making furniture, toys and handles, Silver Birch also fits well in home decor.
OUR TIP. Use silver birch in glass-fronted stoves or mix it with more denser firewood like Oak for more better flame effect.
DID YOU KNOW? The bark of Silver Birch is used for tanning leather.
NOTABLY FACTS. Silver birch is a deciduous tree with a single trunk up to 30m in height, and it has pendulous branches. Silver birch grows in woods and on heathland, especially on light sandy soils.
Heat Output > GOOD
Burning Time > MEDIUM
Flames > EXCELLENT
Product InformationKiln Dried Hardwood (100% Kiln Dried Silver Birch)
Hand Stacked Volume 0.25 or 1/4m3
Net Weight 90KG
Moisture Level Below 15%
Log Lenght 250mm, Diameter 70mm - 140mm
Bag Dimensions 450mm x 450mm x 900mm
Hand Packed In A Bag For Better Value
Recommended UseMulti-Fuel Stoves
Wood Burning Stoves
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Empty Bag Refunds
We are offering €3.00 refund per each empty City Bag on you re-order. The refund is issued in cash on hand on delivery once the condition of the bag has met. Only clean, dry and undamaged bags will be accepted. Leave us a note in special instructions at checkout to let us know you have a bag(s) to return. T&C Apply.
What Is Kiln Dried?
Kiln dried refers to wood that has been dried in a thermally insulated chamber, drawing any excess water from it. Whereas traditionally seasoned hardwood takes a minimum of one year to reduce its excess moisture to even 20% and even this is not consistent than kiln drying method brings it down to 15% in a matter of a few days!