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  1. Hi, I have recently joined on a hunt for wood to burn at home. We don't have any heating in our house so rely on logs and kindling to keep us warm, and this is set to run out for this year very soon! Please can anyone let me know if they have (or know how to get hold of) any dry logs or kindling. We are based in Nutley, East Sussex. thanks in advance!
  2. Tip site for hard or soft wood logs, ideally looking for fresh cut logs which I can then cut up into firewood for personal use. Looking for around 7 or 8 cubic meters but happy to take what you have and possibly larger quantities if needed. Wood needs dropped at the top of drive, guys in the past have reversed up drive to unload. Also happy to take clean wood chip for mulching. Please call ahead.
  3. stevepking

    King’s

    Call or email for address details
  4. Come to the top of trusham hill past the conifer hedge and continue past hill park house and it’s the next double gates on the right hand side
  5. Matthew Jordan

    Church View

    Church View is right at the end of School Lane. The lane ends at our oak 5-bar gates. It's a bit tight, reverse down.
  6. Tom L

    Got £Logs?

    Curb side tip with very easy access, approx 5 tonne. Potentially have space for up to 20T drop off at different location.
  7. Marsh Farm

    Marsh Farm

    Easy access, drive up and tip All I ask is that you let me know which day you'll be tipping so I can make sure the access gates are unlocked
  8. Large driveway for tipping logs only
  9. All and any green waste needed please, for new easily accessible, community agrofostery site. In exchange I can offer homemade foody goodies or £5 per load. Any loads need to be delivered before 6pm to avoid upsetting neighbours. Thank you. Donna if you want to call me feel free on 07974699837
  10. Looking for someone to remove a good few tons of timber from site in Brombough, Wirral. Felled about 24 good size conifers over the weekend. Cut to various sizes but all manageable. Can Access via driveway With double gates leading to rear garden or alternatively someone with log grab and trailer via main road directly behind.
  11. We're Good With Wood! Drop your Woodchip and Logs for free. Take 5 minutes to register with us, and then use our tip yard whenever you want. We take anything from a tree! That’s right, we are happy to take branches, trunks, roots, brash, chip and logs. If you bring chip and logs, great, no charge for you and less work for us. For wood other than chip or logs, we charge, and use our machinery to convert it to biomass.
  12. Bells

    St Patrick's Primary School

    We are a Nursery Class looking for mostly woodchips - clean and logs to cover the ground and frame our woodland learning space and outdoor paddock. Possibly larger amounts of woodchip for other areas of the school also. Please email to arrange a tip!
  13. Olliegry875

    Carriage house

    Clean woodchip only £10 per tip We will pay you for cord wood Hardwood £20 per load Softwood £10 per load We can only take woodchip when the ground is dry enough
  14. Ellie Fox

    Handkerchief day nursery

    Hi there, we are a nursery based in Kegworth. We have a large outdoors area with a forest school. We are in almost constant need of bark/chippings to bark our paths and outdoor areas. We also often need wood and logs for forest school building projects, especially stumps and sometimes for fires. please contact us if you would like to use us as a free tip site
  15. NYorkshire

    Nick H

    Plenty of room for logs and woodchips. Some brash may be possible if it is clean and of reasonable quality, but please contact first. Tree stumps and logs must be small enough for two average people to move, preferably rather smaller. Hardwood logs and woodchippings greatly appreciated. Hay and straw also welcome. Can drop in the areas photographed below (the van will not usually be pulled forward in that position, especially if noone is here) but would prefer contact first. I will move the items once dropped.
  16. My log splitter has been faultless until today. I get arb waste and use an electric chainsaw for my own use in a large farm house. I started it up today first time since lockdown and all was going fine until I stopped to move some logs. When I switched it on again it sounded as though the motor was jammed and then it stopped. After moving all the logs in the way I changed the fuse. tried it again but switched off immediately as it sounded jammed still. wondered whether it had a belt drive behind the guard but as you can see there is a hydraulic motor coupled directly to the motor. Any advice would be gratefully received.
  17. joey2307

    Freeman’s Garden

    This is a semi-detached house with a fairly large front garden at the end of a modern estate. We require bark chippings for helping to clear areas of weeds and for use in flower beds and borders. Relatively small quantities required I’d imagine but if we have room and they can be delivered without causing a barrier to getting our car in/out our property we will accept larger amounts. Also currently happy to accept logs that can be used as borders for flower beds/grass/paths. I’m no expert so have no idea what sort of materials are suitable for above purposes I’m afraid! But not fussy on size/colour of chips as long as suitable for general garden use. Logs shouldn't be too long as main use will be for flower bed borders. Don’t have means to move large logs nor cut them (easily). Thank you.
  18. agriengineer

    Orrell logs

  19. Hello all, Can anyone tell me what species of trees these logs come from please? I believe the first (left to right) is Blackthorn and second is Willow. Thank you Andy
  20. Rich_piper

    Land Adjacent Byways

    TIP LOCATION IS NOT THE HOUSE!!! Site access is gated and will require unlocking ahead of your arrival. Drive in access and tip off, nice and easy. I can arrange open access in advance of your anticipated arrival, just phone ahead and I will make sure the site in unlocked. Thanks
  21. Chris_M

    Alpha Echo

  22. Don Macrae

    The Free Company

    Please contact to arrange delivery. No plastic / metal contamination - woody materials only. Any kind of woodchips - leafy / woody / hardwood / softwood
  23. Hardwood logs £30 per load 07930093410
  24. We are looking for: logs tree stumps tree stumps with root system still on Woodchips (clean, please no leaf litter mixed in) Thankyou Nathan
  25. We know posting on Arbtalk might mean we are pelted with the odd tomato, but the reason for the new thread is we were looking for feedback from an engaged knowledgeable audience regrading a recent firewood comparison video created. The video shows the burn duration & burn intensity / characteristic to provide consumer insight into what firewood is for them. Hopefully, we have achieved that. Good, bad or indifferent let us know what you think? Firewood Comparison

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