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  • Bright & Lively Flame
  • Easy To Light Firewood
  • Quick Heat Output
  • 10kg Average Weight
£6.50
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  • High Heat Long Burn
  • Heat output: 4.8kWh/kg
  • Moisture content less than 10%
  • Exceeds new Clean Air Quality standards
  • 6 In A pack
From £6.75
  • Very Dense Firewood
  • Large Net - Approx. 16kg
  • Long Burn Duration
£9.00
  • Mixed Kiln Dried Logs
  • Hardwood Mix of Ash & Beech
  • Perfect For Pizza Ovens & Fire Pits
  • Specially Curated Logs
  • Ready To Burn
£11.00
  • Large Bag - Bag Size: 85cm
  • Volume: 0.55m3
  • Limited Stock
  • Premium Oversized Kindling
  • Moisture Less Than 20%
  • Great Value!


£100.00
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  • Large Bag - Bag Size: 85cm 
  • High Quality Mix of Hardwood Kindling
  • Perfect Pieces For Kindling
  • Moisture Less Than 20%
  • Incredible Value
£110.00

  • Large Bag - Bag Size: 85cm 
  • Volume: 0.55m3
  • Hardwood Ash & Beech Logs
  • Less Than 65mm in Thickness
  • Moisture Less Than 20%
  • Suitable for Small Stoves
£125.00
  • 91 x 91 x 120cm bag dimension
  • 1 Cubic meter loose volume 
  • Approx. 380kg in weight 
  • Sustainably Sourced  
£235.00
  • BIGGEST BUILDERS BAGS AVAILABLE
  • 92 x 92 x 150cm bag dimension
  • 1.3 Cubic meter loose volume
  • Approx. 480kg in weight
£296.00
  • Clean, Dry Kindling
  • Use To Start The Fire
  • Accompany With Firelighers
£4.00
  • Easy to Store
  • Low Moisture Content 
  • Kiln Dried Hardwood Logs
  • 60L, 21kg Minimum Weight
£16.50
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  • Deep, smokey flavour
  • Authentic grill taste 
  • Easy to light 
  • High Heat
£7.75
  • High Quality Charcoal 
  • Long Burn Duration
  • Controllable heat
  • Large Charcoal Chunks
  • High Heat output
£16.50

  • Large Bag - Bag Size: 85cm
  • Volume: 0.55m3 
  • Hardwood Ash & Beech Logs
  • Long Burning Firewood 
  • Moisture Less Than 20%
  • Suitable for Small-Medium Stoves
£125.00
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  • Bright & Lively Flame
  • Easy To Light Firewood
  • Quick Heat Output
  • Equal To 3 Builders Bags
  • These Crates Will Delivered From The 4th of March
£325.00
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  • Low Cost Firelighters
  • Easy to Light
  • Easy to store
  • Manufactured by Tiger Tim
£1.65
  • Eco-Friendly Firelighters
  • Odourless & Natural
  • Made From Wood Shavings
£2.95
  • Up to 2 Hour Burn Time
  • Very Easy To Light 
  • Easy to Store 
  • Convenience 
£2.00


  • Authorised smokeless fuel 
  • Premium Quality 
  • High heat 
  • Low ash 


£14.00


  • Authorised smokeless fuel 
  • Premium Quality 
  • High heat 
  • Low ash 


£17.00

  • Large Bag - Bag Size: 85cm 
  • Volume: 0.55m3
  • Hardwood Ash & Beech Logs
  • Large Chunky Logs
  • Moisture Less Than 20%
  • Suitable for Medium-Large Stoves
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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 off 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 its 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 smoulder 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. Our most popular smokeless fuel is Newheat.