Grill & Chill Pizza Oven & Firepits Logs
- Perfect for full flavour grilling and long evening chilling
- Ideal for cooking, best in a wood-fired pizza oven, but also good for fire pits or barbecues
- A thinner split log, allows the fire to get up to cooking temperature quickly
- 25cm length, 4-10cm log width and below 20% moisture content
This product has an estimated lead time of 3-5 working days.
Being a thinner split log used by many of our restaurant customers, this is perfect for 'cooking on wood' enthusiasts, and best for use in wood fired pizza ovens, but also good for firepits and barbecues. The thinner log helps the fire to reach cooking heat much faster and also makes it easier to manage the fire. These logs are 100% British kiln dried firewood and approved under the Woodsure 'Ready to Burn' scheme.
Please Note: Our carriers are contracted to do a kerbside delivery only.
Your property needs to have excellent delivery access and smooth level surface for unloading. Please consider the following: whether the lorry can get to your property due to parked cars or other narrow access points, road closures nearby or overhanging branches. Please refer to our Terms & Conditions as charges may apply if access is not possible. Please let us know if you anticipate any problems so that we can prevent any unnecessary charges.
Minimum delivery requirement is kerbside, but our carriers will endeavour deliver as close to your desired location as possible.
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