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"It's simple to light
the bricks with the starter
that comes with esch box."




Tacoma Firelogs
1906 Marc St, Tacoma, WA 98421

To contact a sales representitive:

Phone: 253.272.4107
Fax: 253.272.4292
Email: Info@TacomaFirelogs.com





Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What is included in my Tacoma Firelogs Box?

A: Each Tacoma Firelogs box contains 8 Firelogs and 1 firestarter.
Boxes are open-topped and shrink wrapped so you can see what you
are getting.

Q: How do I light my Tacoma Firelogs?

A: See lighting instructions... click here

Q: Where is it safe to burn Tacoma Firelogs?

A: Tacoma Firelogs are safe for use in fireplaces, wood-burning stoves, fire pits, wood furnaces and chimineas. Never burn this or any wood product indoors without a chimney or proper ventilation.

Q: Is it safe to cook over Tacoma Firelogs?

A: Yes. Tacoma Firelogs have no added wax binders, so they are as safe as cooking over cordwood.

Q: How long will my Tacoma Firelogs burn?

A: In an open fireplace or fire pit you can expect an average burn time of about an hour and a half, however actual time may vary between 45 minutes and 2 hours. Factors such as fire size, firelog spacing, wind conditions, airflow and moisture will all effect the duration and quality of your fire. In a woodstove, dampered properly, the firelogs can burn for 4 to 6 hours.

Q: Can I use Tacoma Firelogs outside in the rain?

A: Compressed firelogs need to be kept dry, and should not be used in the rain, as it will cause the logs to swell and fall apart.

Q: How should I store Tacoma Firelogs?

A: We recommend Firelogs be stored indoors, away from moisture. Exposure to wetness may cause packaging to warp, and the Firelogs to absorb some moisture. This may effect the quality of your fire.

Q: Why does cleaner burning matter? What is the benefit to no wax binders?

A: The wax binders used in many fire logs significantly increase the carbon emissions of the log. Tacoma Firelogs are bound by pressure, not wax, so the carbon emissions of the burned log are the same as that of a decomposing tree in the forest. For this reason, our logs are considered carbon neutral. For more information on environmental benefits... click here


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