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  1. Free drop site for any logs that can be cut and split for firewood. Any wood accepted. Happy to have logs dropped on the drive that I will then take and split to dry etc. **No wood Chip**
  2. Liam Tyler

    Facons

    Accept all soft & hard woods No chipping
  3. I'm about to fell a tree that's badly infected with bracket fungus along the whole length of the trunk. Any advice if it can be cut and stored as firewood or will it rot and spread fungus to my other firewood? Thanks
  4. Shio.Allan

    Shio - Paradise Road

    Wood chips for the garden, some vegetation mixed in welcome, wanted for walkways/ mulch/ filling raised beds. Logs/ cord wanted for fire wood. Contact beforehand to arrange delivery/ check availability. Delivery point at front of property, parking available with drop curb. Happy to answer any enquiries.
  5. Hi I am looking to build up a good supply of hardwood (not fussed about the type) for my pizza oven. I don't really want to pay out £90 and upwards for logs in the bags but I'm happy to pay towards delivery/labour costs. I'm located near Lakeside Essex. Thanks : )
  6. Looking for a supply of unseasoned wood i can split and dry myself. Ideally that can deliver to the bristol postcode. Of course willing to pay!
  7. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • FELLED

    For sale is approximately 70m3 of seasoned firewood in random lengths. Mainly ash, beech, sycamore, felled 1 and 2 years ago, ready to resell. Buyer would process in situ and deliver from yard. Located in PL15 9NL. Call me on 07920 138 398 to discuss.

    £2,000.00

    Launceston, Cornwall - GB

  8. Can anyone recommend, or suggest themselves, who sell timber for log processing? Ideally ash, but any good log wood considered. Needs to be processor friendly. I’m in Hertfordshire, and the yard is easily accessed for Artics. Thanks in anticipation.
  9. Oli Minto

    Oli Minto

    Hi, I'm based in Seaford and would greatly welcome any spare wood to use on my log burning stove. I will take any quantity of timber preferably ash, beach, birch, etc. I have a chainsaw etc and not fussy. Easy delivery, wide road and to a driveway. 42 Salisbury Road Seaford East Sussex BN25 2DB My number is 07858230097. Thanks Oli
  10. Azza987

    23 projects drive

    Leave on grass outside property Can accept enough logs to fill a standard sized shed.
  11. HJK

    Hardwood logs

    Hello all, new to the forum. I am looking for a load of hardwood cord wood, doesn't have to be seasoned, just wood that I can cut and split myself as I sell firewood to family and friends and am low on stock. Based near Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire
  12. stevepking

    King’s

    Call or email for address details
  13. Hi all was wondering if you could possibly pass on some companies in Northern Ireland/ Republic of Ireland that would deliver Artic loads of cordwood for processing so I can get an idea of who to contact. I’ve bought a new place with a yard and outsheds and I’m looking to start a firewood business on the side. It is more of a hobby to fuel the home and looking to make a bit on the side out of it. What kind of money am I looking at in these crazy times of price hiking for artic soft/hardwood delivered. Also what kind of demand is there for softwood? Personally I like the way spruce dries so fast but it does burn a little fast and needs to be a nice size. Or is wood burners your only target if selling softwood. Would love if some of you in the business would shed some light on the above in these current times.
  14. Hi there arbers, I want to make a DIY log-splitter in Cyprus. I mention the location because it's scarce on new and used materials, but excellent for the metal frame construction, welding etc. I have seen how a hydraulic car jack (particularly the "bottle" type) can be utilised for my purposes. And theoretically it looks great. However, after looking to buy one of these jacks, it seems the market is flooded with very flimsy and unreliable products. I am judging from the reviews in, say, amazon (no personal experience). For example there are several 5Tone or 10T bottle jacks for around 50 GBP but most negative comments mention broken seals and oil leaks from first few times of use! Even european brands. I am glad I am not working in a tyre-service shop risking my life under a 30T track with these. And the bad thing is that the surrounding metal enclosure looks sturdy and must cost a fortune to ship based with that weight. I could not find a jack in amazon which I would be happy with. The price is great, but way too much negative comments. Anyway, I am looking for advice on what bottle car jack brand can reliably give me a push. Perhaps you may have heavy machinery and use these jacks to lift them. Or you similarly embarked on such a DIY project and can share experience. I would buy a "proper" log splitter but the price is huge for something equally flimsy and are bad if I order from abroad and have them shippped. Regarding the frame, welding etc. I can do that myself easily. It's the hydraulic power I need. Thank you for looking, A.
  15. Ollie kent

    Kent’s wood disposal

    This site will accept free wood / logs / waste wood from sites / chippings. Please call before attending. Thanks
  16. Hello all👋, I am in need for a bulk kindling supplier that can delivery in Norfolk... The price and quality needs to be good. Don't mind if its lose or bagged Could anyone fulfil this or know of anyone that could. Many Thanks... Look forward to the replies.
  17. Shoot Hill

    Shoot Hill Log Dump

    Good access for easy unloading within a covered barn. Close to main road. Can take all sizes of vehicles, including tippers and grabs. Would prefer hardwood as I only have open fire (not stove) but happy to consider softwood. Please call first to ensure access.
  18. Michaelrj92

    Michael Johnson

    Large area able accept all types of timber, for domestic use.
  19. Merlin_

    Merlin

    WANTED: wood suitable for log burner. Plenty of space for dumping the logs. I can accept large trunks as well as i have means of chopping them myself. Give me a text/call first so that I can move a vehicle to allow space
  20. This item is SOLD

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Dalen 2054 PTO firewood processor with 2048 infeed deck including converted trailer tipping platform and swivelling out feed conveyor. 44cm diameter capacity with four and six way knives, easily changed without tools. I chose this processor due to its ability to handle bent cordwood. 2011 machine, always been in a building and serviced annually, recent new bar and chain and hence very good condition. Local buyer may be interested in taking on existing customers and delivery could be arranged. More photographs available via email at [email protected] or via whatsapp on07814036621 No VAT on price

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

    Bath, Somerset - GB

  21. HarcourtTer

    Harcourt Terrace

    Looking for wood, for use with a fire pit Haven’t got any equipment for unloading wood, and we will need to be able to carry to the back garden , so nothing too big please any decent burning sized wood will do
  22. I've been cutting and splitting my own logs. I've been stacking them in my garage as I dont really have anywhere outdoors to keep them without them getting pinched. I've noticed that some are starting to get surface mold on them, what should I do? They're currently stacked 5 layers deep at the back of the garage
  23. gdh

    Drying floor

    Hi, I'm new around here and looking for some advice. We want to stockpile a few hundred tons of seasoned firewood and are having trouble getting it dry so we're looking at using underfloor heating to dry it from a biomass boiler. The floors we're looking at are grain floors and I wondered if anyone had any advice on types, cost or just another idea completely? Edit: We're looking at doing the same with woodchip.
  24. Sowters Lane

    Sowters lane

    We are available to take trees logs and stumps, please contact to arrange delivery as we can get full at busy times of the year. 🌲 Thanks Ian
  25. Hi folks, I’ve just added my private address as a tip site just south of Lincoln, half mile from new ring road on A15. It’s going towards our own domestic use for our family running two stoves one for hot water and heating. With prior notice I’ll more than happily take anything burnable above 3inch but cannot take brash or chippings. I can assist unloading. But the grass out side has plenty of room if i’m at work. I’ve got a large ifor trailer and means to cut and chop. Happy to pick up from your job site or yard if my shifts allow. Days1week/evenings 1 week Id also be interested in buying cordwood on a large scale so any pointers would great thanks. LN4 2NF MOBILE 07801370134 cheers folks, regards Mikey Bryan

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