What’s the cheapest way to heat your home?
At Wood Fuel Co-op, we work on the same modest margins we always have done but as our costs increase, so does the price of our products.Read More >
Cost Comparison between Fuels
Cost Comparison between fuels: Wood Briquettes, Kiln Dried Logs, Oil, Gas & Electricity.Read More >
Hardwood vs Softwood Briquettes
Trying to find hardwood briquettes? Let us explain how Hardwood and Softwood Briquettes compare.Read More >
Beech Nestro Stock
Blink and you miss it… Beech Nestro stock levels are constantly changing. It’s because Beech Nestro is, hands down, our most popular product. It’s that…Read More >
Super-sized burning blocks for large stoves Enviro-Brick and XL RUF are both big, chunky heat logs that we’re proud to stock! In fact, we’re the…Read More >
Fuel Finder – Try our new feature
Don't know where to start? Try our new Fuel Finder feature to discover your perfect wood-fuel. and find out why getting the right fuel matters.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 >
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 >
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 >
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 >
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 to a dozen different types at any one time.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 >
Why burn briquettes on your stove?
On 10th October 2015 there was an excellent article, written by Miles Brignall, in The Guardian.Read More >
The dangers of burning damp wood
What are the dangers of burning damp wood? We are sometimes asked why we don't sell more logs rather than briquettes.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 >