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Whatever type of coal or solid fuel you need - we can provide it.

House Coal

House Coal is the most popular fuel choice for all open fires and other coal burning appliances throughout the UK. Our House Coal is easy to light and burns with a high heat and a strong natural flame. This type of coal generates a lot of heat and will warm your room quickly and efficiently. House Coal has low ash content and creates only a small amount of ashes, making it easy to clean after use.

Please note that this product is not authorised to burn in a smoke controlled area

House coal-doubles. This is our most popular product, providing a high heat output with low ash and an attractive flame. This product is most suitable for open fires and selected multi fuel burners. Supplied at an economic price.

House coal-trebles. This is a premium product, providing a higher heat output with low ash, and an attractive flame with a longer duration of burning. This product is most suitable for open fires and selected multi fuel burners.

Premium House Coal delivered in traditional bags or pre-packed

Smokeless Fuel


Burnwell Smokeless Fuel. The burnwell product is a smokeless man made oval, which gives a high heat output with low ash. Burnwell is suitable for multi fuel stoves and many enclosed cookers. The product provides a longer heat output with a slow burn rate. This product will burn efficiently for many hours.
Anthracite- stove nuts. Anthracite stove nuts is suitable for enclosed cookers and stoves, for example agas, rayburns and parkrays. This fuel is a deep mined, naturally smokeless product, providing a long burning high heat level.
Coke- the coke product is used in roomheaters and many types of stoves.
Anthracite beans- beans are only suitable for gravity fed appliances. For example Trianco TRG boilers.

Logs - We also offer seasoned hard wood logs, supplied in bulk or bagged. Nets of kindling are also available to light your fire with ease.
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House Fire Safety

Sweeping your chimney removes deposits which have built up due to the burning of coal. It makes sure there is a clear and safe passage for gases caused by the burning process, which are combustible, making the risk of the chimney catching fire less.

Sweeping will also mean that objects such as nests, cobwebs and loose brickwork, which could obstruct the chimney, are also removed.

Ventilation is also very important, as coal burning fires need to be able to breathe. To enable coal fires to function efficiently and safely, they need a constant, steady flow of air. If your home has draught-proofing or double-glazing fitted you may need vents or airbricks in an exterior wall of the room. If you already have air vents or airbricks, make sure that they are not blocked or covered.