Firewood > Seasoned Wood
This is wood that has not been kiln dried but left to dry naturally for a minimum of 2 years. In order for seasoned wood to burn and produce heat efficiently, it must have a moisture content of less than 20%. This can be harder to achieve compared to kiln dried wood as it has only been dried through natural elements as opposed to in a kiln. A moisture metre is an extremely useful tool to ensure the wood is dry enough to burn, and here at Firebox Stoves we supply very effective moisture metres from Valiant to assist you with the wood burning process.