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WANTED: Beech, Ash or Silver Birch 'Bars'

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I am looking to buy the above species by the lorry load.  We have a  tight spec, but it can be worth the extra work since we pay more than "firewood" prices for it. 






  • Length 3m +/- 20cm (other lengths to order only)
  • Minimum top diameter 15cm
  • Maximum butt diameter 32cm


All timber should be as knot free as possible, 1st length type material (no top wood), it should be straight within reason with no butt flares, rot, dirt or metal contamination


Delivery will be to Harlow, Essex. If you want to discuss further please PM me.



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It does mean exactly that, as knot free as possible.  We process different products from the wood and some are quite small.  If the wood is too knotty it limits what we can get out of it so we would rather pay a bit more for 'hardwood bars' then lose productivity here.  Hope that helps :)

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