From leading brand smokeless coal to traditional logs, you can easily find a huge selection of fuel for multi-fuel stoves at Coals2U.
Our best performing smokeless coal which lasts up to 40% longer than house coal and has an excellent sustained heat output and a natural flame picture.
A slow burning smokeless coal which packs together tightly in the grate to provide maximum heat output for as long as nine hours.
A revolutionary smokeless coal which is made with up to 50% renewable materials. Provides a high and sustained heat output, and is better for the environment!
A multi-purpose smokeless fuel which is easy to light and produces a long lasting controllable heat. Taybrite can slumber for long periods.
The highest quality logs available. With a very low moisture content, they burn at a high temperature and with a long and natural flame and aroma.
Long burning logs which burn at a high temperature to produce an authentically beautiful and aromatic log fire.
Easy to light logs which burn with a long flame and a good heat output. Often used as an aid to lighting fires, or to top up existing fires. Made from 100% recycled wood.
If you cut your own logs, or purchase from other suppliers, always ensure that the logs are properly seasoned prior to burning, and avoid the risk of damage to your stove or chimney.
Visit our fuel chooser and select 'multi-fuel stove' from the drop down menu to find even more great fuels.
Can I burn smokeless coal and logs together?
Yes, you can, and it can also be beneficial to your appliance. The additional heat from the solid fuel helps to drive off residual moisture in the logs, significantly reducing the build up of tar. Burning wet wood can also lead to rusting, which can be expensive to repair. A fire constructed from both logs and smokeless coal will burn hotter and for longer.
Can I burn house coal in a multi-fuel stove?
Unless otherwise stated in the manufacturers guide, you should avoid using house coal in your stove. House coal burns considerably hotter than other fuels and many stoves are not designed for this heat, nor for the amount of smoke that coal can produce when first lit. Aesthetically, burning coal on a multi-fuel stove will also cause the glass door to blacken very quickly, and can be difficult and time consuming to clean.