Best Of British
This month, we're celebrating the launch of some new British products with our Best Of British campaign. Read about our new products here.Read More >
We chat to a local stove installer for some installation and maintenance tips for woodburning stoves.Read More >
The UK’s Best Briquette
What's the best briquette in our range? It's a clear winner for us. We explain why Beech Nestro are the gold standard.Read More >
How Air Flow Affects Burning
Learn how to use the vents on your stove to become a master of wood-burning!Read More >
Fuel Comparison Charts
We're often asked how different fuels compare. The most useful points of comparison are: Length of burn time (density); Cost; and Heat OutputRead More >
Wood fuel sustainability
Wood fuel sustainability is becoming a concern as worldwide we're using more biomass boilers and wood-burning stoves than ever before.Read More >
Delivering Wood Fuel in Edinburgh
Like many UK cities, Edinburgh has a growing number of wood burning stoves being installed and we deliver wood fuel in Edinburgh regularly.Read More >
A cold, wet Sunday and the floodwaters are rising, but here in Hobbitland there's a warm, delicious aroma and the promise of hot soup soon!Read More >
Explaining wood briquettes to guests
It's fun when a new visitor to the house spots the log basket next to the stove.Read More >
Patio briquette burners beat midges!
We had our first barbecue of the summer the other night and all went well until the wind dropped.Read More >
Revolutionary! This fuel will transform heating…
OK, we thought the blocks were good...but that was before we trialled the revolutionary softwood and hardwood log briquettes!Read More >
The Heating Revolution…wood blocks rock!
A Heating Revolution! The perfect fuel for a woodstove is very dry, gives off plenty of heat, burns for a long time and is very affordable.Read More >
The gift of warmth for Christmas
Looking for an original and very practical Christmas gift for someone with an open fire or a multifuel stove?Read More >
How will Climate Change affect our woodlands?
Climate Change. Floods block roads and seemingly endless days of rain disrupt our lives.Read More >
Is there a solution for Ash Dieback in the UK?
This morning several newly discovered cases of Chalara fraxinia, the ash dieback fungal disease, have been announced in Scotland.Read More >
Can you be hot and green at the same time?
What do wood fuel customers want from their fuel? Low price, high calorific value, clean and easily handled or eco-friendly credentials?Read More >
Autumn in the air
There was a definite feel of autumn in the air yesterday as the Wood Fuel Co-op team tidied up after the so-called 'summer' season of shows and country fairs.Read More >
Quick fires for summer downpours
The wet weather is becoming a real drag...plants are suffering, the chooks are miserable and today the wind is making it chilly and unpleasant outside.Read More >
How green is your wood?
When I wrote the title 'How Green is Your Wood?' I originally meant to talk about how crucial the moisture content of logs is to getting efficient heat from themRead More >
Using a heatwave to best advantage
ot weather in Scotland, the very last thing on our minds is planning how to stay warm next winter!Read More >
Hotmax a big hit
Yesterday our first consignment of Hotmax wood briquettes arrived from Northumberland - and within minutes we were setting fire to it, keen to see how it performs.Read More >
Summer’s over…dogs hurry back to the stove side!
Zara the GSP is disgusted! After a blissful week of sunbathing, and having been convinced that summer had come at last, she just heard the Met Office forecast of snow and sleet - nooooo!!!!Read More >
The wet weather we've had lately has highlighted one of the biggest blessings of the wood briquettes...the ability to get a hot fire going quickly and easily.Read More >
It’s snowing but the wood stove is roaring!
We seem to be finally getting the snow that has been hitting much of Europe over the past week or so. It only started an hour ago here but the forecast is for more to come.Read More >