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  1. Re - Looking for a climber in Kinloss

    Mr Clowes is coming out to do it on Friday morning to do it all being well. if for any reason this changes i will give you a shout, thanks for getting back to me. Lee
  2. Re - Looking for a climber in Kinloss

    I have a dead branch hanging from one of my trees. I would think no more than half an hours work but i just don't fancy it on my 3 tier ladders if you know what i mean. Based in Kinloss Morayshire if you can help please call me on 07789484393. thanks Lee.
  3. What bag size works best with the 25 litre drum? and roughly what weight / how many logs do you get in the bag? i know there will be a difference in weight with hard wood vs soft wood and to a certain extent according to how dry the wood is - but just roughly so i do not make bags too heavy for customers to lift easily. also where is a good place to buy these bags in the north of scotland? i need them ASAP as i have 4m3 of seasoned soft wood which i need to bag up for sale thanks Lee
  4. Stove supplier member?

    Hi David We are based in Kinloss Lee
  5. Stove supplier member?

    We supply and fit stoves in aberdeenshire / morayshire / Inverness-shire area - Smiddy stoves. Pleased to be of service. Thanks Lee.
  6. Guys i am looking to sell nets of logs from my stove shop in the north of scotland. I have a supplier who will sell me 4 m3 of seasoned soft wood and i was hoping to bag this in nets and sell it for £4 to £4.50 a bag. I was also looking to use an empty 25 litre drum to fill the nets. Do any of you know what size of net bag would work best with this drum? and roughly what weight / how many logs i would get in the net. I know there will be a difference in weight with hard wood vs soft wood and to a certain extent according to how dry the wood is - but just roughly so i do not make bags too heavy for customers to lift easily. Any hints and tips you can give me would be gratefully received, as i an new to the firewood scene. It seems that i might be missing out if i do not give firewood a shot as we sell about 10 stoves a week and many of the customers are then asking straight away - were will i get my wood from. thanks Lee
  7. net baggs

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What bag size works best with the 25 litre drum? and roughly what weight / how many logs do you get in the bag? i know there will be a difference in weight with hard wood vs soft wood and to a certain extent according to how dry the wood is - but just roughly so i do not make bags too heavy for customers to lift easily. thanks Lee
  8. net baggs

    What bag size works best with the 25 gallon drum? and roughly what weight / how many logs do you get in the bag? i know there will be a difference in weight with hard wood vs soft wood and to a certain extent according to how dry the wood is - but just roughly so i do not make bags too heavy for customers to lift easily. thanks Lee
  9. Wanted: Firewood, atric load of Cord

    Hi guys, i am new to this forum so please bear with me whilst i find my feet. I am looking to buy 40 tonnes of logs straight from the forest, delivered for me to cut and split. I am planning on getting a secong hand wood processpr and selling the whole lot as unseasoned wood. I have not got any contacts where i am ( north of scotland near Elgin) so even though i see many trucks on the road laden with logs i have never seen any truck loads for sale. Any ideas who i might ask for the truck load of logs and also any opinions on what would be a good log processor fir a first timer to buy? (I do not have a tractor so i guess it would have to be a mains powered one or one with its' own diesel engine. I look forward to hearing from you

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