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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. agriengineer

    Orrell logs

  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Olliegry875

    Carriage house

    Clean woodchip only Hardwood cord Softwood cord £10 per tip
  7. Chris_M

    Alpha Echo

  8. 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 for leaf mulch and Woodchips. 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
  9. 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
  10. Hardwood logs £30 per load 07930093410
  11. We are looking for: logs tree stumps tree stumps with root system still on Woodchips (clean, please no leaf litter mixed in) Thankyou Nathan
  12. 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
  13. Hello, Not sure if I'm adding this to the right place. I am about to get my first wood burner installed this month and I am looking to get some good quality seasoned hard wood, locally. Preferably delivered. Does anyone know anywhere/anyone local to the Bury St Edmunds area? And possibly a rough price? Thanks for your help, sorry if this has already been asked (I did search) or if I'm posting in the wrong place.
  14. Sylvagen

    Sylvagen LTD

    Clean woodchip and Log rings/offucts or cord wood. All species accepted.
  15. 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. Willing to pay £15 per cubic meter to cover costs and delivery. 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 if it's going for free. Please call ahead.
  16. HOWDEN CLOUGH TIP SITE RULES: - Please don't throw any rubbish out at the site - Please don't mix the logs in with the wood chip - Please Keep try to keep the wood chip on the concrete when you tip off.
  17. Carol Stephens

    Carol Stephens

    Will take logs to use in my wood burning stove. Have a log splitter so can take longer logs that need splitting to size
  18. Mr. Logs

    Mr. Logs

    Open gate access during daylight hours, chip site is straight in front of you as you turn in. Logs are next to it. Easy to get to, just off the m1. Quick in and out process. If you're visiting for the first time, if you give me a quick call and we'll give you a brief run through of opening hours and gate access. Brash, clippings etc can be accepted but at an additional cost. ring ahead for more info.
  19. Gordon2994

    Moat Hall Farm

    Located on farm. Free to tip logs & clean chippings
  20. I am cleaning up my garden from all the snow damage and still have loads of conifers (and laurel) to cut down. I had an issue with taking green waste to our local depot because are vehicle is classed as "commercial" - 4x4 with a cab. We are waiting on a license for this vehicle but are only allowed 6 visits a year with this vehicle to dump waste and it will take more than that. In addition, my brother won't always be around to move the chained sawed trees for me. I cannot afford to bring in chipping services as there is so much to do. Soon as we get through one lot there is more to do. Can anyone advise if there are any tree services companies who would like the wood for free to chip or log? I am in the Newbury area. If this is posted in the wrong section - I apologise. Can repost if there is a more suitable place. With thanks, Kat
  21. Woods

    Garden project

    Family home. Looking to recycle garde waste for large garden project
  22. Mrs Beard

    Little Court

    Tip half way down drive way on tarmac pull in, which widens out on right hand side. It’s the large area next to the white barn.
  23. Turn off of A120 towards Earls Colne. Travel for 1.5 miles aprrox towards Earls Colne from Coggeshall A120 Turn off. Tipping site is located opposite the farm yard via a concrete track. Call Sam for access.
  24. Hi Arb talkers! if anyone is in need to clear there yards/sites or have clearance work coming up we would be happy to assist with, further information can be provided via pm or ask for contact details,
  25. We are at 133 Reigate Road, Epsom, Surrey. KT17 3DE. Tel: 020 8393 1095. Here is an up to date pricelist for our Green Waste Recycling Facility. We look forward to seeing you soon! pricelist 2019.rtf Our opening times are Mon - Fri. 0730 - 1600. Saturday 0730 - 1200.

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