How Air Flow Works
Learn how to use the vents on your stove to become a master of wood-burning!Read More >
Burning Wood in Smokeless Zones
Wood is not specifically listed as a smokeless fuel, so many people assume they can't burn it in smokeless zones.Read More >
What is Ready To Burn?
Minimising the environmental effect of wood-burning is very important. That's why the scheme aims to help consumers easily identify good quality, dry fuels.Read More >
Can I use briquettes in a smokeless zone?
Yes, but only if you have a DEFRA certified stove (also known as an exempt appliance).Read More >
Wood Briquettes vs Logs
Here we explain the difference between wood briquettes vs logs. Sourcing dry wood fuel at an affordable price can be hard - and getting good advice can be even more difficult.Read More >
Say goodbye to smoky, frustrating newspaper and smelly chemical firelighters. We've found the ultimate solution!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 >
ZIP Payment FAQs
Paying with Zip online is easy. When you get to the payment page (usually after adding delivery details), select Zip as a payment method.Read More >
Guide to Traditional Logs
Are you trying to find the best traditional logs for your wood-burning stove? Buying logs can be a minefield, so here's our guide to knowing what to look for from your log supplier.Read More >
Our Indispensable Guide to Briquettes
Don't worry - it's easier than you think! Our guide to wood briquettes will help you become a wood fuel expert in no time.Read More >
Storing your briquettes
Find out more of our do's and don't for storing your briquettes.Read More >
How to start your fire with briquettes
Read our easy how to guide on starting your fire with briquettes.Read More >
Which is the best briquette?
If only there were an easy answer to this! The honest, annoying answer is: it depends.Read More >
Can I burn briquettes in a wood burning stove?
We often hear people say, "My stove installer says I can only burn logs in my stove, so I can't use briquettes".Read More >
Imported vs UK Wood Pellets
identical, in our experience customer feedback has always been that UK wood pellets are less dusty and more consistent.Read More >
What are briquettes?
Briquettes are becoming more popular in the UK but there is still plenty of confusion about what they actually are. That’s understandable – they are…Read More >
Which briquette to choose?
Customers often walk into our depot and are amazed at the number of different fuels on display, particularly briquettes, of which there may be up…Read More >
Why burn briquettes on your stove?
On 10th October 2015 there was an excellent article, written by Miles Brignall, in The Guardian. It featured the Wood Fuel Coop quite prominently and…Read More >
Briquettes for the BBQ!
The warmer weather has brought out another call for research by the wood fuel testing team…to try out wood briquettes on the barbecue! Charcoal is…Read More >
The best wax firelighters?
We’ve become great fans of the Waxling firelighters lately but are aware that there are quite a few other ‘eco-firelighters’ on the market, so have…Read More >