Triaxle load $100 total from Somerville NJ just delivered

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gzecc

Minister of Fire
Sep 24, 2008
4,914
NNJ
Tree company did exactly what they promised.
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spoke to mikeTomaio

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brenndatomu

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Aug 21, 2013
7,077
NE Ohio
Wow...I nominate you for today's "you suck" award...all those in favor, say aye
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gzecc

Minister of Fire
Sep 24, 2008
4,914
NNJ
Best CL purchase ever. Guy said 6 cords via email. Thought to my self, yeah yeah yeah.....
Couldn't be a better experience with this company.
 
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Caw

Minister of Fire
May 26, 2020
1,230
Massachusetts
Best CL purchase ever. Guy said 6 cords via email. Thought to my self, yeah yeah yeah.....
Couldn't be a better experience with this company.
Very nice price. What kind of wood?

I've been able to get a big 5 cord truck of hardwood here for around $400. The same load of pine is $100. Now that I'm 3 years ahead though I tend to get smaller loads from the smaller local guy. $75 for 2 cords.

I'm no stranger to the scrounge game but getting 1-2 years of wood delivered to your driveway for a few hundred bucks is hard to beat. Saves a ton of wear and tear on the body and eliminates the dangers of felling your own trees.

Here's a shot of the last big load I got 2 years ago:

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bigealta

Minister of Fire
May 22, 2010
660
Utah, NJ
Somerville, shoot wish it was closer. Can get woodchips easily but not good cordwood here. (that i know of)
 

gzecc

Minister of Fire
Sep 24, 2008
4,914
NNJ
Very nice price. What kind of wood?

I've been able to get a big 5 cord truck of hardwood here for around $400. The same load of pine is $100. Now that I'm 3 years ahead though I tend to get smaller loads from the smaller local guy. $75 for 2 cords.

I'm no stranger to the scrounge game but getting 1-2 years of wood delivered to your driveway for a few hundred bucks is hard to beat. Saves a ton of wear and tear on the body and eliminates the dangers of felling your own trees.

Here's a shot of the last big load I got 2 years ago:

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Kind of unusual mix. Seems to be mostly ash, then maple then some black walnut. Sure I'll see more when I dig in. Didn't see any oak from a glance.
 

Caw

Minister of Fire
May 26, 2020
1,230
Massachusetts
Kind of unusual mix. Seems to be mostly ash, then maple then some black walnut. Sure I'll see more when I dig in. Didn't see any oak from a glance.

That's a fine mix. Maple/Ash are awesome firewood. Versatile enough for both shoulder season and mid winter and often be ready in a year. I love oak but it's so good it's a waste on a 35 degree day and the time to dry makes it more challenging.

That said I have like 8 cords of red oak racked up right now lol.