For your warm and cozy evenings, sitting at home by the fireplace. Firewood is the oldest fuel in the world and it’s considered one of the most environmentally friendly ways to heat up your home.

Firewood species: Ash, oak, birch, pine, alder, spruce, alder, aspen.

Humidity: Natural or dried wood.

Packaging for the local market: We deliver firewood stacked in a trailer or in your chosen shipping method. Contact us for any questions.

Packaging for export: We export firewood, packed into one or two RM boxes. This is the most convenient and economical way to export logs.

Dry kindling sticks

Dry, fine wood, that allows to easily light a fireplace, furnace, boiler or a camping fire. You need to add only but a few of these sticks to easily ignite a fire. It is the perfect solution for those who are looking for convenience.

Humidity: Dried wood from 10 to 12%

Packaging for export: Sticks packed in net bags of 15 l. (3 kg.) which are transported in crates 1.2 x 1.2 x 1.0 m. (77 bags in the box) or in bags of 30 l. (6 kg.), which are then transported in 1.2 x 1.0 x 2.0 m. boxes (80 bags in a box).

Sawdust briquettes

This is an eco-friendly, high calorific value fuel, used in boilers and fireplaces of various types. Sawdust briquettes are made from shredded wood dust that are compressed at a high pressure, without using any adhesives or chemicals, making it a very green fuel.

Usage: Suitable for boiler rooms and private homes.

Advantages: Takes up little space, long burning, convenient and clean to use.

Ash content: 0.49%

Humidity: 6-7%

Wood pellets

The latest eco-friendly fuel. Wood pellets are made from wood chips and sawdust, that are dried, milled and pressed. Wood pellets are much drier than firewood and therefore are an effective fuel for heating. During the production of pallets, no chemical additives or glues are used. Wood pellets are easy to store or transport and they take up less space than other solid fuels. 

Packaging: 6 or 8 mm pellets packed in 15 kg. bags, 70 bags on a pallet. We can also put the pellets in big bags that can hold up to a ton of weight.