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Widest range of packed kiln dried logs and firewood logs for sale in Dublin. Best bulk ton of logs deals
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Coal delivery areas in Dublin
Dublin North, Artane, Ashtown, Clonsilla, Drumcondra, Santry, Beaumont, Killester, Raheny, Baldoyle, Ballyfermot, Blanchardstown, Whitehall, Marino
Delivery Areas in Dublin
On daily bases we deliver coal and logs to Dublin North Areas. However, we also provide deliveries of certain products such as coal bunkers or bulk ton of logs to listed below places. For more information, services or details please feel free to Contact Us Today. We are always happy to help.
Dublin North, Artane, Ashtown, Baldoyle, Balgriffin, Ballinteer, Ballsbridge, Ballyboden, Ballybough, Ballyboughal, Ballybrack, Ballyfermot, Ballygall, Ballymount, Ballymun, Ballyroan, Beaumont, Belfield, Blackrock, Black Rock, Blanchardstown, Bluebell, Booterstown, Broadstone, Cabinteely, Cabra, Carrickmines, Castleknock, Chapelizod, Cherrywood, Churchtown, Clondalkin, Clonsilla, Clonskeagh, Clontarf, Coolmine, Coolock, Corduff, Cornelscourt, Crumlin, Dalkey, Darndale, Dartry, Deansgrange, Dollymount, Dolphins Barn, Donaghmede, Donnybrook, Donnycarney, Drimnagh, Drumcondra, Dun Laoghaire, Dundrum, EastWall, Edmondstown, Fairview, Finglas, Firhouse, Foxrock, Glasnevin, Glasthule, Glenageary, Glencullen, Goatstown, Grangegorman, Harolds Cross, Inchicore, Irishtown, Islandbridge, Jobstown, Kilbarrack, Killo The Grange, Killester, Killiney, Kilmacud, Kilmainham, Kilnamanagh, Kilternan, Kimmage, Knocklyon, Leopardstown, Loughlinstown, Lucan, Milltown, Monkstown, MountMerrion, Mulhuddart, Ongar, Palmerstown, Phibsborough, Portobello, Raheny, Ranelagh, Rathfarnham, Ranelagh, Rathfarnham, Rathgar, Rathmichael, Rathmines, Ringsend, Sallynoggin, Sandycove, Sandyford, Sandymount, Santry, Shankill, Smithfield, Stepaside, Stillorgan, Tallaght, Templeogue, Terenure, Walkinstown, Whitechurch, Whitehall, WindyArbour.Coal Delivery
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3 Bags of 40kg Smokeless Coal and 1 Bag of Firewood Logs and 1 Net of Kindling and 1 Pack of Firelighters
5 Bags of 40kg Smokeless Coal and 2 Bags of Firewood Logs and 1 Net of Kindling and 1 Pack of Firelighters
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Improving the way how we use solid fuels such as smokeless coal, firewood, gas and others will significantly reduce our energy costs.That can be simply achieved by increase our awareness of energy efficiency. That can be simply achieved by increase our awareness of energy efficiency. Go to Guide
The high quality of our products are guaranteed. Premium smokeless coal and firewood release much less carbon dioxide. Provide excellent heat output, have a great fire life which heats longer, hotter, and more cost-effective. All dried logs light quickly and provide a great heat. About Us
Our deliveries in Dublin are free of charge for customers who have ordered a minimum of 5 bags of coal or equile value. For any other orders €1.00 delivery fee will be added. Finglas Fuels always ensures that you receive your coal delivery at the agreed time or as soon as possible. Delivery Areas
Frequently Asked Questions
Which coal or solid fuel should I use?
There are many types of smokeless coal in Ireland. The key is to choose the proper one. The same is exactly with firewood logs, or any other solid fuel for your heating appliance. Then you can be sure you will get the best burning effects and excellent heating performance. It is also possible to mix different fuels to achieve the best results. However, there is only one condition which is the quality of products. Depends if you have an open fire or close fire stove appliance, whether you need to heat small rooms separate or entire house you can find everything you need in our wide range of solid fuels. The solid fuels you can use in Dublin need to be smokeless only.
What are the benefits?
We believe that everyone enjoys the experience of a cozy glow from the fireplace however this can only come from a real fire. There are more benefits of using good quality solid fuels at your home. First, the wide selection of fuels such as smokeless coal, firewood logs, or gas. Solid fuels are very efficient which means the low heating costs for your budget. They are easy to control and store. You can stock them and use them whenever you need them. Good quality of solid fuels can guarantee great heat to your home even in the worst weather conditions.
What is smokelss coal?
Smokeless coal is one of the many types of smokeless fuels which is a part of the big group of solid fuels available in Ireland. Smokeless fuels during the combustion process do not emit visible smoke or the smoke they emit is minimal.
What are smokeless fuels in general?
They are fuels such as anthracite or firewood which are naturally smokeless. Other types of smokeless fuels you can get in Ireland were specially manufactured using a mix of natural coal or other ingredients in order to emit less than 5 grams of smoke per hour in the burning process. These fuels are engineered to give the highest possible heat output and a nice atmosphere. They also must emit less visible smoke and much less carbon dioxide. In Dublin, you can only use smokeless fuels for your needs.
When can I expect my delivery if I order today?
We operate in our Dublin coal yard from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We do our deliveries in our business hours. We always try to deliver as soon as possible or in the first possible time slot or the following day if you place your order late. Usually, we agree with the delivery time with our customers by phone.
How much firewood I need?
First, it depends on how often you need to use your fireplace, how cold is winter this year, and if you like to spend time close to your fireplace. Some of our customers who use their stoves a few evenings a week over the autumn and winter season say they need around 3 to 4 cubic meters for the winter. Some of them who generally use a fireplace in most evenings during the week need between 5 to 6 cubic meters. However, some of them use wood as the basic source of heat all of the time include water heating so they need even 8 to 10 cubic meters. Second, it also depends on the type and efficiency of your fireplace appliance. New and modern will deliver very high heat output from less fire material. Third, depending on the quality of firewood you use. You will get from hardwood than softwood. More from dry than wet. Please remember close fireplaces are even 3 times more efficient than open appliances.
Do you clean your fireplace?
Although some appliances can be used with the door open, they will be more efficient with the door closed. Always keep your fireplace appliance as clean as possible. Do not let ash to clog the great. It will affect air circulation and seriously affect coal or firewood burning and heat quality. You can use poker, brushes, and vacuum for regular cleaning or professionals if necessary. It is important to follow manufacturer instructions. Always follow manufacturer instructions or professionals in relation to cleaning, maintenance, and usage of your fireplace.
Difference between house coal and smokeless coal?
Smokeless coal emits up to 20% less of carbon dioxide and 80% less smoke. It is more effective and gives more heat than ordinary coal. In Ireland only the smokeless fuels can be used in urban areas.
Is smokeless coal better than firewood?
First, it depends on your fire appliance. Not all fire appliances are designed to burn both. Second, coal burns longer, hotter, and more steadily than wood. Black fuel needs additional air support. Firewood doesn't. Mostly it depends on personal experience and preferences.
How to store my solid fuels?
Your order will be arrived packed in 20kg or 40kg plastic bags. They are designed to store outdoor. Coal bunkers are very popular in Dublin. So, if you have a coal bunker you can ask to put into it. However, it is always recommended to store both bags or firewood in a place that is dry and covered from the rain. Even for your own convenience. Logs packed in net or 10 kg bags of coal can be store inside your home as they do not take too much space.
Can you advice me which fuel is the best for me?
Our extensive experience and knowledge gathered for the years allow us to be a trusted and reliable advisor in that mater. Depends on what kind of heating appliance you use our staff will advise and recommend suitable fuels. Finglas Fuels is famous for the quality of delivered products and professional services.
What is caloric value of solid fuels?
The calorific value or the heat value in human language can be defined as the quantity of heat generated by the complete combustion of material that we burn. You can find it expressed as kJ/kg or more often as kJ/m3.
How to burn coal or wood to burn as little as possible?
The most economically and energetically efficient and the cleanest way to heat a house using solid fuels is the so-called lighting the stove from above. This idea is to transfer the layer of heat from the very bottom to the top of the stack. In this way, the smoke escaping from the still cold fuel layer has to pass through the embers, where it is almost completely burnt. As a result, no poisonous exhaust fumes are released into the chimney and more heat is produced instead of the smoke.
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