Ideally, your firewood should be stacked undercover, in a well ventilated store. Even dry logs will absorb moisture and become damp, during those cold wet January days. This means that a good airflow is essential, to keep your logs as dry as possible. It’s also a good idea to bring a night or two’s worth of logs into the house, if it has been particularly wet outside. This is to make sure that they are nice and dry before burning. If you are looking for high quality, dry, seasoned logs in Winchester, Southampton, Salisbury or Andover, please call us today.
Tips on storing your logs
Aug 21, 2019