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Struggling to decide on what to heat your multi-fuel appliance with? Why not try this combo pack of Heat Logs and Snugafire Peat?
Packed in bags of 5 logs, each log will last up to 40% longer than a split log of the same weight. As a guide, we find that each log will burn on average for 1.5 hours.
Our premium quality heat logs are UK sourced, and because they are made from waste wood shavings they are a carbon neutral and fully sustainable fuel. Each log is 9cm in diameter, 26cm in length and weighs 2kg.
The briquettes are formed when waste wood shavings are dried to less than 10% moisture and then compressed into dense logs. Nothing is added during this process, meaning a 100% natural product.
This traditional fuel is perfect for use on open fires and multi fuel stoves, creating a real roaring fire, with a pleasant aroma. Peat produces very little smoke, so nothing will obstruct your view of the beautiful flames. However, they have not been approved to use in a smoke controlled area.
The briquettes are quick and easy to light, this is because they have a low moisture content. The dryness of the peat, also means that they will not spit or spark, when lit. The 12.5kg bales break up effortlessly into 20 separate briquettes, which are clean to handle.
Peat produces a high heat output, so fewer briquettes are needed to reach an optimum temperature. The embers keep very warm, which makes it easier to rekindle a dying fire. They are also long lasting, which means less time refuelling the fire, and more time relaxing and enjoying it.
The bales are made by high compression, this removes most of the moisture, and binds it into a solid brick, which is consistent in quality. This helps to ensure that you will receive a high standard of product, each and every time you order. They are a flexible fuel, which is ideal to mix with other fuel with, like firewood.
All pallets of our combo deals include free delivery within 20 mile radius (£20 for 30 mile radius, £40 for all other UK mainland deliveries)