Birch is very attractive and gives off a lot of heat, but it burns fairly quickly with a bright flame, without popping, even when frozen and freshly hewn. . Though birch can be easier to find and cheaper than many other species, you’ll go through it faster
For it to get this high caloric value Birch firewood must be kiln dried either mechanically or naturally.
Birch firewood is known for producing large, bright flames. This not only means that the fuel produces a lot of heat, but also that it is more visually appealing when burned and creates a great atmosphere both indoors and outdoors. It will surely see you through some long, dark winter nights. In controllable closed stoves, Birch firewood burns for a long time and produces a high heat output to warm up the room quickly.
Our kiln dried firewood offers the best value for money on the market. We hand stack the crates to fill as much as possible in the crate, giving you great bang for your buck.
Birch is an excellent firewood, but it burns quickly, so it pairs best with other woods that kiln dry more slowly, such as elm and oak. Birch burns over medium to high heat and does not emit smoke or sparks. It gives off a romantic blue flame when burned and is often the wood of choice for decorators because of its unique beauty.
Follow these tips to get the most out of your silver birch firewood:
Freshly cut wood can contain up to 45% water. Kiln-dried birch firewood contains only 10-15% moisture. Well-seasoned wood is easier to chip, produces more heat, and burns cleaner. A longer burning time is achieved if the wood is burned properly beforehand.
– Wood : hard wood
– Packing : normally on pallet 1x1x1,8 m ( or 1x1x2 m )
– length : 25, 33 and 50 cm
– thickness : 20 cm
– Types: Fresh wood, semi-dry and dry ( max 15% )
– Quantity : max 50 trucks monthly
– Origin : Germany
– Terms of delivery : DAP /CIF
Our firewoods have different packaging sizes: 22l and 40 l bags (after special request), usually in 1m3 and 2m3 boxes. The packaging is also adjustable according to your requirements.