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  • Easy to light
  • 4 x packs per bag
  • Steady heat output 
  • No mess, no fuss 
  • Easy to store

This instant light charcoal is the easiest way to get your BBQ started this summer. 

Each 6kg bag contains 4 x individual packs, and you simply light the paper of the pack to get the BBQ started. Once lit, the charcoal will be ready to use in 15 - 20 minutes. 

From £6.75
  • Suitable for BBQ's
  • Deep, smokey flavour
  • Authentic grill taste 
  • Easy to light 
  • High Heat

Lumpwood Charcoal is a quality charcoal that is suitable for BBQ's that do not need to be lit all day. It gives a deep, smokey flavor and is easy to light. 

From £5.00
  • Kiln dried logs 
  • 13 - 15kg in weight
  • Long burning 
  • Low moisture content 

These nets are made up of kiln dried Birch and weigh 13 - 15 kg. Birch logs are easy to light, and have a nice bright flame.

From £6.00
  • Kiln Dried Logs
  • Value for money 
  • Approx. 550kg
  • Local crane off delivery

Large crates offer approx. 550kg and are good value for money. These kiln dried logs have an average moisture content of 15%. 

The external size of the crate is 122 x 106 x 116cm.

£205.00
  • Kiln Dried Logs
  • Bulk Order
  • Great value for money
  • Local crane off delivery

Kiln Dried Logs are a high quality fuel that have a good burn time and heat output. The builders bags weigh approx. 240kg and are a good option to go for if you have the storage. 

From £84.99
  • High Quality Charcoal 
  • Long Burn Duration
  • Controllable heat
  • Large Charcoal Chunks
  • High Heat output

Restaurant Grade Charcoal is a premium quality charcoal that is suitable for your typical garden BBQ, through to professional restaurant cooking and grilling equipment. 

From £11.50
  • Long lasting 
  • Good heat 
  • Eco-friendly 
  • Carbon neutral 
  • 4 briquettes/pack

These heat log briquettes are manufactured from clean wood waste and give an attractive flame to look at. 

From £3.00
  • Hardwood ash logs
  • Kiln dried 
  • High heat 
  • Multi appliance use 
  • High quality

Kiln Dried Ash logs are a very popular hardwood. Kiln dried logs ensure a clean burn with maximum heat output, with a prolonged burn time. 

From £4.75
  • Bulk Order
  • Kiln Dried Logs
  • Value for money 
  • Approx. 780kg

Kiln Dried Ash logs will be back in stock on Monday 3rd December. Kiln Dried Birch Logs will be back in stock on Thursday 6th December. All orders placed will be delivered after these dates. 

2m crates offer approx. 780kg and are good value for money. The logs are 25cm in length and have been kiln dried to have a moisture content lower than 20%. 

From £285.00
  • Authorised smokeless fuel 
  • Premium Quality 
  • Multi appliance use 
  • High heat 
  • Low ash 

Excel smokeless fuel is currently out of stock until the next winter season begins. The cost of Excel has been significantly increased by the manufacturer, to continue to sell this fuel we would be looking at a cost increase of £1.20 per bag. We have therefore taken the view to discontinue this product at this time. 

Other popular smokeless fuels include, Newheat, Supertherm, Homefire and Homeflame

From £10.60

Best fuels to use on your fire pit

We often get asked many questions as to which fuels are best to use on a fire pit. As a fire pit doesn't have a flue to control the direction of smoke, the best types of fuels to use are those that have a lower moisture content, and generally give off less smoke when burning. 

Although any fuel will give of smoke when it is first lit, the smoke output of the products on this page will reduce significantly when the fuel is burning properly. Below we have outlined the benefits of each product when used specifically for fire pit fuels. You can find more information on this topic on our Fire Pit Fuels blog post.

Kiln Dried Logs: 

As the name would suggest, kiln dried logs offer a lower moisture content than seasoned or wet logs as they have been dried in a kiln for 7 days. When wood has a low moisture content, it is able to reach higher burning temperatures. It also means that the logs don't spit when you light them, and give off less smoke after the initial lighting. 

Wood Briquettes: 

Again, the moisture content in wood briquettes makes them an ideal fuel for a fire pit. The moisture content in briquettes is typically around 7 - 10%. Which is lower than the recommended 20% of kiln dried logs. So again with this type of product, the smoke output will be less, and they will burn with a good heat. 

Charcoal:

Often not an obvious choice for a fire pit fuel, as charcoal is widely known for it's use in BBQ's. Charcoal is a lot denser than any wood product, which means that you will get a longer burn time, making this a cost effective option in the long run. Restaurant charcoal in particular is made up of large chunks, giving a longer burn duration. As with when you light a BBQ, the coals will smoke initially, but will then reduce to more of a smolder giving off a high heat, low smoke, and little ash to clean up after the burn cycle. 

Smokeless Fuels:

Smokeless fuels aren't an ideal fire pit fuel for everyone, however, if your fire pit has a thick metal base, and a grate with air coming from underneath, you can use this type of product. As above, this product will smoke on lighting the coals, but once they reach temperature, the smoke output will reduce. This type of product has a longer duration than all of the above, but be sure to check that your fire pit is suitable for this type of fuel.