Firewood in the UK is traditionally sold by loose volume - when someone gives you a price for a 1m3 dumpy bag, or a 'load' of 2m3, that volume is measured with the logs loose filled into the relevant container. In the rest of Europe however, logs are typically sold in stacked volume. For a meaningful comparison to what most people are used to, we declare the Loose Volume of logs in all of our crates. If you'd like more detail on the firewood volume being supplied on each product, click on the product image. That will take you to an information page on the product that includes the extaernal and internal volume of the crate, the moisture content etc. etc. - pretty much every bit of detail you might ever need.
How does one get to the Loose Volume from the Stacked Volume? The easiest way is to multiply the stacked volume by 1.7 (as per AEBIOM's guidance). This provides a useful indicator. The truth though is that with a naturally imprecise product like firewood, your loose volume is going to vary quite dramatically depending on the nature of the wood (the dimensions of each log for instance - lots of small logs means a bigger loose volume)