Rob’s Logs

Hardwood Logs
and Netted Kindling
delivery across
West Dorset and South Somerset

Call us today to book your delivery: 07817 622224


Quick-light, air-dried kindling sticks locally sourced.

Don’t forget to add our kindling to your order, better prices than the garage forecourt!

The bag measures approx 45cm x 60cm (roughly enough for 10 fires)

Priced at £5 per net.

Only available with an order of firewood.

Hardwood Logs

Seasoned, barn-dried and stored hardwood logs from managed estates and woodlands across the Southwest.

Dumpy Bags: £110 delivered – 1 cubic metre bag (which holds approx. 1/2 cubic metre of wood)

Loose Load: £225 delivered – approx. 1.5 cubic metres of wood (equivalent to 3 dumpy bags)

Double Load: £420 delivered.

A double load is the most cost-effective way to buy your firewood, share a double load with your neighbour and save £30!

(Must be close neighbours and delivered at the same time)

Logs for Businesses

We regularly supply logs and kindling to businesses, including shops and pubs across West Dorset and South Somerset.

We also supply restaurant pizza ovens and camp sites.

Delivery Information

A large dumpy bag at £110 delivered

A truck OR trailer load at £225 delivered

A double load is available to order at £420, saving £30 The loads must be delivered at the same time to the same address or close neighbouring properties.


Call to Book Your Delivery Today: 07817 622 224

West Dorset & South Somerset Log Delivery

Welcome to Rob’s Logs Dorset. We started our log processing and delivery business in 1994 with just a chainsaw and an axe!

Since then, we’ve invested in wood processing and storage facilities, creating a well-established family run business that enables us to provide high quality, seasoned hardwood logs at competitive prices.

Rob’s Appearance on BBC2’s Street Auction

In 2015 Rob had a serious accident in the woods resulting in his lower right arm loss. During Rob’s recovery, the business was kept running by Rob’s son Zak and friend Steve.

Robs speedy return to work was partly thanks to a prosthetic limb, the cost of which was covered by the local community as part of the BBC 2 TV programme Street Auction.