There’s a common misconception that smokeless coal is bad for you due to the lack of smoke. This is because people believe the lack of smoke is due to a load of nasty chemicals that are supplemented within the coal that are harmful to their health and the environment.
As leading suppliers of fuel solutions, we’re often asked what is the best fuel to use in stoves and multi-fuel stoves. Many people are actually unaware of which fuels are better suited to which stoves, resulting in them not being able to use their stove correctly or to its full potential. This problem is becoming even more apparent as more homeowners are opting to use stoves in their homes.
Not all coal is the same. There are actually different types of coal and each one has different benefits and characteristics. Also, some types of coal are far better than others and can provide homes and businesses with a far more reliable fuel solution.
For many, the difference between standard logs and fuel logs (often called briquettes) is not instantly obvious. This means that many homeowners across the UK are not fully optimising their open fire or stove with the best quality fuel. With so many more people and homeowners choosing to have wood burners, wood boilers and biomass heating systems, the demand for different wood fuels is increasing without people fully knowing how to utilise them.
Are you interested in learning more about how we safely and effectively deliver your chosen fuel product, whether it’s coal or logs? If so, check out this blog from Dawsons Fuels.
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There’s lots of ways that you can help yourself keep warm this winter.
As well as being able to deliver pallets of our various different types of fuels nationally, we also operate a local delivery service.
What we’re all wondering right now is what kind of winter lies in store for us in the coming months?
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