Our Range of Coals
Our most popular coals are Polish and Calido Columbian, both of which are superior quality house coals for use in open fires. These are available from your coalman in 40kg, 20kg and 10kg bags.
CALIDO LONG FLAME:
This is also a very popular brand of coal, named for it's long flame. This is Columbian coal which is a superior quality house coal for use in open fires. It is well known for its high heat and low ash. It is brilliant for back boiler water heating. This is available from your coalman in 40kg and 20kg bags.
This is Polish coal which is a superior quality house coal for use in open fires. This is available from your coalman in 40kg, 25kg, 20kg and 12.5kg bags.
HOME FIRE PRIME POLISH:
This is a Polish coal which is a superior quality house coal for use in open fires. The name "prime" is the description used in all contracts for the supply of Housecoal by Polish authorities to the Irish market. Galtee Fuels maintains this link by marketing the best quality Polish coals for home heating as "Home Fire Prime Polish Coal". This is available from your coalman in 40kg, 20kg and 10kg bags.
SMALLER COALS: DOUBLES, SINGLES AND SLACK:
This is coal, Polish or another, which has been screened and sized.
They are typically available in 40kg bags.
- Normal housecoal is sized typically 40x80mm.
- Doubles are smaller than normal coal, sized at 25x45mm.
- Singles or peas are smaller again sized at 14x30mm, with slack being the smallest in size.
Nothing warms the hearth like a real coal fire! Whether you have an open fire or a solid-fuel stove, your choice of fuel is very important. What you need is a good reliable product, and we believe at Galtee Fuels, that we can provide you or your local coal man with this.
Please feel free to have a look at some of the products that we supply. Please note that coal cannot be sold in smokeless zones. For more details on smokeless zones, see our section on smokeless zones.
Benefits of Good Quality Coal
- Easy to Light
- High Heat output
- Low Ash
Need help on how to light a fire? Please see our frequently asked questions section.