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Homefire Hardwood Kiln Dried Logs 10Kg £4.50 / Brazier Smokeless Fuel Coal Bag 10kg £4 + Others - Free Click & Collect @ Wickes
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Homefire Hardwood Kiln Dried Logs 10Kg £4.50 / Brazier Smokeless Fuel Coal Bag 10kg £4 + Others - Free Click & Collect @ Wickes

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Posted 9th Jan

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Some reasonable prices at Wickes at the moment, which is ideal if you're heading near a store any time soon. Delivery is £7.95 which isn't great at all if you're buying just a bag or two, so use click and collect for these prices

Brazier Smokeless Fuel Coal Bag 10kg £4 a bag
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  • Suitable for use in smoke control areas
  • Lasts 40% longer than standard coal
  • Produces 80% less smoke than standard coal
  • Emits 25% less CO2 than standard coal
  • Leaves little residual unburned fuel compared to traditional coal.



Homefire Ecoal 50 10Kg £4.50
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  • Made from 50% renewable material
  • Produces 40% less CO2 and 80% less smoke than traditional house coal
  • Give outstanding performance
  • Burns 38% hotter than Traditional House Coal
  • HETAS approved
  • UK manufactured



Homefire Hardwood Kiln Dried Logs - 10Kg Bag £4.50
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Features & benefits
  • Sourced from FSC accredited woodlands in the UK & EU.
  • Kiln dried to less than 20% moisture content (freshly cut wood can have a 60%+ moisture content).
  • All logs are hardwood (i.e. deciduous trees e.g. Oak) as these are denser & burn for longer than soft wood.
  • Approx bag weight = 10kg.
  • Kiln Dried logs can be burnt on DEFRA approved stoves in smokeless zone.



Homefire Heat Logs - Pack Of 12 £5
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  • Type: Logs
  • Weight: 9.50 kg
  • Manufacturer Model No: 385300
  • Country Origin: UK
  • Brand Name: Homefire

Features & benefits
  • A great alternative to standard firewood
  • Clean to store
  • No additives or chemicals
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7 Comments
Expensive logs at £450/ton
50p saving sadly ain't enough for me to drive the distance.
HerefordCiderApples09/01/2020 10:51

Expensive logs at £450/ton


Yup, better to make friends with your local tree surgeon and keep a store in the garden for the following year. Mind you the burners will be banned soon enough
TeamMCS09/01/2020 13:00

Yup, better to make friends with your local tree surgeon and keep a store …Yup, better to make friends with your local tree surgeon and keep a store in the garden for the following year. Mind you the burners will be banned soon enough


We will probably take a leaf out NZ's book and regulate them. I bought a house over there and the seller was adamant the woodburner was compliant. I checked with the manufacturer and it wasn't. He knocked £4k off the price to replace it but my solicitor said no and he replaced it before the sale completed, apparently and I don't know if this is the truth, it would have been an offence for me to buy it. That's if you believe what solicitors say! They are a bit odd over there though, trailers have their own registration number and need a seperate MOT each year.
HerefordCiderApples09/01/2020 13:22

We will probably take a leaf out NZ's book and regulate them. I bought a …We will probably take a leaf out NZ's book and regulate them. I bought a house over there and the seller was adamant the woodburner was compliant. I checked with the manufacturer and it wasn't. He knocked £4k off the price to replace it but my solicitor said no and he replaced it before the sale completed, apparently and I don't know if this is the truth, it would have been an offence for me to buy it. That's if you believe what solicitors say! They are a bit odd over there though, trailers have their own registration number and need a seperate MOT each year.


I'm pretty sure they are already regulated, it was a while since I had mine installed but he had to be DEFRA compliant - though I think that's more to do with safety rather than a clean burn. I suspect they'll target the fuel source rather than the burners themselves (which let's be honest, it just a big lump of iron and some ceramic tiles) - getting a clean burn can be tricky if the fuel isn't perfectly dry. I know parts of London have either banned them, or are planning to ban burners.
Edited by: "TeamMCS" 9th Jan
Brazier fans (as we were) please be aware. It seems that they have significantly changed the constitution of this coal. We've bought more than 20 bags from different suppliers recently and it's a completely different coal than it was before. More than 50% increase in ash content, unpleasant smell when burning and reduced burn time. You can see and feel that it's different when you open the bags, a much cheaper coal akin to what you'd get from Home Bargains etc. I'm current taking Wickes to task over this, next will be the supplier CPL and onto Trading Standards after that, no doubt. They are basically selling us a much cheaper coal under the same name and spec which constitutes miss-selling, I believe. Just be aware that Brazier is nowhere near what it used to be!
Richard_Chester-Nash12/01/2020 15:23

Brazier fans (as we were) please be aware. It seems that they have …Brazier fans (as we were) please be aware. It seems that they have significantly changed the constitution of this coal. We've bought more than 20 bags from different suppliers recently and it's a completely different coal than it was before. More than 50% increase in ash content, unpleasant smell when burning and reduced burn time. You can see and feel that it's different when you open the bags, a much cheaper coal akin to what you'd get from Home Bargains etc. I'm current taking Wickes to task over this, next will be the supplier CPL and onto Trading Standards after that, no doubt. They are basically selling us a much cheaper coal under the same name and spec which constitutes miss-selling, I believe. Just be aware that Brazier is nowhere near what it used to be!


Not sure where you are but the House coal from this firm leaves fluffy/liitle ash
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