Supplier of seasoned firewood logs

based in Catton, Hexham, Northumberland. Call 01434 683985

Unicorn Fuel Woods Products


All the products below can be ordered online by clicking here or by calling 01434 683985.


Hardwood Logs

Predominantly Beech, Oak and Birch


Bulk loads - 2 cubic metres.....£200.00


Dumpy bags.....£90.00 (click on image to enlarge)
hardwood dumpybag


Nets - 400mm x 600mm.....£5.00 (click on image to enlarge)
hardwood nets

Softwood Logs

Predominantly Larch


Bulk loads - 2 cubic metres.....£150.00


Dumpy bags.....£70.00 (click on image to enlarge)
softwood dumpy bag


Nets - 400mm x 600mm.....£3.50 (click on image to enlarge)
softwood nets

Kindling

Made from reject joinery timber and offcuts


Nets - 400mm x 600mm.....£4.00 (click on image to enlarge)
kindling large nets


Nets - 320mm x 480mm*.....£2.50 (click on image to enlarge)
kindling small nets
*Small kindling nets are very popular with shops, post offices and supermarkets as they are very 'shopping bag friendly'.


Chopping Block.....£5.00

For chopping your own kindling

Bespoke Log Stores

Handmade bespoke logs stores made individually to your requirements.


Please supply measurements for a quotation.

Wholesale orders


Logs and kindling.....£POA

Please call to discuss your requirements


Ready to place an order?


Simply call 01434 683985 or use the online order form by clicking here. Please note, we do not accept payment online and your order will be confirmed once received. Payment for all products will be requested on delivery by either cash or cheque.

Delivery Service


We deliver to Tynedale and surrounding areas with free delivery within a 10 mile radius of Catton and only a small charge for deliveries further afield. Prices for delivery available on request.



Not Sure Yet?


If you are still not sure what you need to order then please don't hesitate to pick up the phone and we'll be glad to help. Alternatively, why not download the Firewood Buyers Guide here;

Firewood Buyers Guide here (PDF - size 2.3mb).

Either right click on the link and 'save link as' or click to view in browser.



Where is Catton anyway?