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HOTMAX HEAT LOGS

HOTMAX wood briquettes are an ideal source of heat for your home in winter and for outdoor use in summer.

Our heat logs are 100% natural, recycled softwood dust. They’re very easy to light and they give you very high heat very quickly with very low emissions and low ash residue.

As the cost of traditional fossil fuels go on spiralling upwards, HOTMAX Fuel Logs offer you a cost-effective, convenient and eco-friendly alternative for your fire.

hotmax heat logs from Kiln Dried Logs UK

HOTMAX wood briquettes are an ideal source of heat for your home in winter and for outdoor use in summer

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HOTMAX Heat Logs Clean, convenient and cost effective.

HOTMAX wood briquettes are an ideal source of heat for your home in winter and for outdoor use in summer.

Our heat logs are 100% natural, recycled softwood dust. They’re very easy to light and they give you very high heat very quickly with very low emissions and low ash residue.

As the cost of traditional fossil fuels go on spiralling upwards, HOTMAX Fuel Logs offer you a cost-effective, convenient and eco-friendly alternative for your fire. NOW STOCKED AT KILN DRIED LOGS UK.

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Hotmax Heat Logs – are an ideal source of heat for your home in winter and for outdoor use in summer.

NOW STOCKING HOTMAX HEAT LOGS

HOTMAX HEAT LOGS

HOTMAX Heat Logs Clean, convenient and cost effective.

HOTMAX wood briquettes are an ideal source of heat for your home in winter and for outdoor use in summer.

Our heat logs are 100% natural, recycled softwood dust. They’re very easy to light and they give you very high heat very quickly with very low emissions and low ash residue.

As the cost of traditional fossil fuels goes on spiralling upwards, HOTMAX Fuel Logs offer you a cost-effective, convenient and eco-friendly alternative for your fire, available from retailers all over the UK

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