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What price are others charging per cubic sq meter for dry seasoned hardwood delivered and which part of the uk are you from? The prices very so much here in South Devon Thanks for the info in advance

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We're in mid Wales and the equivalent of £70 a cube. That's 1.8 cube tipped load delivered within 20 miles, larger loads are slightly cheaper. 

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Hi Chris. We charge £105 and £200 for 1 and 2 cube respectively. West Devon

 

Some of the supposedly cheap sellers are often not as cheap a they appear as there seems to be a fair bit of over exageration of load size.

 

Not aimed at you gdh 

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We're in mid Wales and the equivalent of £70 a cube. That's 1.8 cube tipped load delivered within 20 miles, larger loads are slightly cheaper. 
Cheers. Do you make enough profit with those prices? Seems extremely cheap.

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Hi Chris. We charge £105 and £200 for 1 and 2 cube respectively. West Devon
 
Some of the supposedly cheap sellers are often not as cheap a they appear as there seems to be a fair bit of over exageration of load size.

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15 minutes ago, Chris Reeve said:
1 hour ago, gdh said:
We're in mid Wales and the equivalent of £70 a cube. That's 1.8 cube tipped load delivered within 20 miles, larger loads are slightly cheaper. 

Cheers. Do you make enough profit with those prices? Seems extremely cheap.

Yeah, margins are very tight but we're happy with what we make and we sell a lot.

 

I think here is the only place I've ever been called cheap though, plenty of people round here charge less but as said there can be some variation in load size and quality so I think we're still the best value. 

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Yeah, margins are very tight but we're happy with what we make and we sell a lot.
 
I think here is the only place I've ever been called cheap though, plenty of people round here charge less but as said there can be some variation in load size and quality so I think we're still the best value. 

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Charging £75 a cube in North Yorkshire , every year a couple of new guys start up and sell real cheap, they only last a couple of years but by then another couple have fired up with equally low prices.

trying to educate prospective customers about quality of wood verses price frequently causes my blood pressure to rise.

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