City Bag™ Kiln Dried Oak 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.
Known for a high density and reliable heat, Oak is the longest burning firewood among all the traditional European species. This high-performance wood fuel is a must have in you winter fuel package.
OUR TIP. For quick lighting, start with few kindling sticks and use the help of single Waxies firelighter. To start up, may need a more draft than normal.
DID YOU KNOW? The usual lifespan of an oak is about 200 years, but some live over 1,000 years. In 2013, a 1,200-year-old Welsh oak was blown down by high winds.
NOTABLY FACTS. An oak is a tree or shrub in the genus Quercus of the beech family, Fagaceae. There are approximately 600 extant species of oaks.
Heat Output > VERY GOOD
Burning Time > VERY GOOD
Flames > MEDIUM
Product InformationKiln Dried Hardwood (100% Kiln Dried Oak)
Hand Stacked Volume 0.2m3
Net Weight 100KG
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
Wood Fired Ovens
Enjoy a free standard shipping. Available in selected locations.
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!