Stafford Superior Range of Coal

Full Range of Convenience Products

Stafford Fuels always put their customers needs first when developing new products and with this in mind we now stock a complete range of Convenience Products as

Bituminous Products       
Polish Coal 12.5kg
Polish Coal 20kg

Smokeless Products  
Diamond Blend 20kg
Magiflame 20kg (Poly & Plastic Bags)

Wood Products   
Air Dried Logs
Kiln Dried Logs
Kiln Dried Kindling
Wood Briquettes 16log Bale
Wood Pellets 15kg
For more information on our Convenience Range click here.



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