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It's a transit tipper! I've never sold firewood before guys and I have a massive pile of it so I thought I would ask advice if anyone would be kind enough to help?

 

1 of those "ton sacs" anywhere from 60 -120 transit tipper 120-220 VERY rough guide depends where in the country , quality of wood etc etc

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Firewood is sold by volume not weight.

 

No,no,no, its sold by the "load", I thought everyone knew that!!!:biggrin::lol::lol:

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I am a domestic buyer (for my Rayburn) so no expert. I have been looking on ebay at £60 per meter cubed of chopped logs. They only say dry/seasoned not how dry in terms of moisture content reading. I don't know whether to trust ebay as they look like amateurs and it could all be softwood.

 

If I were to buy from a reputable local source/company who sell it regularly I know they charge £80 (last year) per meter cubed of chopped logs. - Delivered.

 

Obviously I try not to buy and always on the lookout for free stuff even if it is just felled so that I can chop it and season it myself so that I know what I am getting. I have received a couple of meter cubed this year with Freecycle and Arbtalk so far this year.

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