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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: freestyle On: Thu Jan 29, 2009 1:23 pm

Getting ready to buy for next season, any quotes and or contacts would be appreciated.
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: doone060 On: Thu Jan 29, 2009 10:06 pm

"Jack Magnum wrote:I am looking for some good anthracite nut coal in the 30 mile radius of Argyle N.Y. I want to buy about 3 tons. Any help with sellers is appreciated.
Jack"

Call Mulholland Enterprises, LLC at 518-893-2165. I picked up loose nut coal from them for $252 a ton about a month ago.
They are located in Greenfield Center, NY 12833
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: woodsman1601 On: Thu Jan 29, 2009 10:30 pm

I live in southern NH .Agway in Hillsboro and probably peterboro NH sell coal at 300 a ton.
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Any Blaschak dealers in New Jersey?

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:03 am

I am trying to find a Blaschak dealer in west New Jersey, or Easton, PA area. I used the Blaschak wesite to request a list of dealers, but haven't gotten a response. Maybe someone on this forum could help? The local dealer is out of rice for the season. Dead end. Not sure which breaker he gets it from anyway. Next closest dealer gets anthracite from Reading, but he's not sure how much he has left, as its covered with snow and ice right now. He tells me "Call back in a couple days". Yeah right.....
My new DVC-500 is finally hooked up and hungry.
Thanks
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Re: Any Blaschak dealers in New Jersey?

PostBy: VigIIPeaBurner On: Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:22 am

SOS Stoves in Port Murry/Hackettstown area sells pallets of bagged nut and rice Blaschak.


Don't recall the price per skid but it's $6.70/bag. I think it's 5 something at that volume. Pick up only. Picked up a few last week just to check it out. It's doing fine right now :).

I've got some of the Reading too but I beat the snow by a few hours. If you need it, ask him to knock off for the snow - it's only on the top of the piles! Weather should be warm enough for the piles to clear enough.

If you don't mind going to Stroudburg, there's Peoples Coal.

Easton, PA Aerni and Hitzel. Others have posted that they deliver Blaschak. I've never used them but I understand they need a day or two notice that you're coming to make sure someone is working in the yard and they prefer if you get there between 8 - 830am. Here's their info: http://www.ahfuel.com/ They are right off 78. Ask if they're stocking Blaschak to be certain.
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Re: Any Blaschak dealers in New Jersey?

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sat Jan 31, 2009 2:00 am

VigIIPeaBurner wrote:SOS Stoves in Port Murry/Hackettstown area sells pallets of bagged nut and rice Blaschak.


Don't recall the price per skid but it's $6.70/bag. I think it's 5 something at that volume. Pick up only. Picked up a few last week just to check it out. It's doing fine right now :).

I've got some of the Reading too but I beat the snow by a few hours. If you need it, ask him to knock off for the snow - it's only on the top of the piles! Weather should be warm enough for the piles to clear enough.

If you don't mind going to Stroudburg, there's Peoples Coal.

Easton, PA Aerni and Hitzel. Others have posted that they deliver Blaschak. I've never used them but I understand they need a day or two notice that you're coming to make sure someone is working in the yard and they prefer if you get there between 8 - 830am. Here's their info: http://www.ahfuel.com/ They are right off 78. Ask if they're stocking Blaschak to be certain.


Thanks VigIIPeaBurner,
I know where SOS Stoves is, and I'll stop by there tomorrow to get a few bags. I think I know where Aerni and Hitzel is also. Up behind the Fireworks retailers, if I recall. I just sent a messege to them for their current priice to deliver 3 tons. They do have the Blaschak emblem on their website. They are about 24 miles from us. The coal bin is empty and waiting! Now, if only the driveway would thaw out quicker. Its still as slick as an ice skating rink :mad: , and the truck needs to drive down to the lower-level to fill the bin

Chris
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Re: Any Blaschak dealers in New Jersey?

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sat Jan 31, 2009 3:17 pm

VigIIPeaBurner wrote:SOS Stoves in Port Murry/Hackettstown area sells pallets of bagged nut and rice Blaschak.


Don't recall the price per skid but it's $6.70/bag. I think it's 5 something at that volume. Pick up only. Picked up a few last week just to check it out. It's doing fine right now :). .


I just picked up 10 bags from SOS Stoves. Yep, its still $6.70 I'll give Aerni and Hitzel a call on monday to get 3 ton bulk.

Thanks for your help!

Chris
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: deerhunter1225 On: Sun Feb 01, 2009 6:49 am

Hi everyone. This is a great website. There is alot to learn. I am looking for a list of coal dealers who would sell me about three tons of coal. My son has an F-350 mason style dumptruck. This dumptruck can be hired for a reasonable fee when I drive up to the coal region. I would be happy with bituminous or anthricite. I am close to Bucks county, Pa. I am willing to travel for quality coal. Would anyone have any idea where I can obtain a list of coal suppliers in northeast Pa? Thank you, Jim
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: tvb On: Sun Feb 01, 2009 11:06 am

Hello neighbor in Pittstown!

There is also a hardware store in Ottsville, PA that sells bagged Blaschak. I don't know their going price this year however. Last year they were a buck cheaper than SOS.
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: kozel On: Sun Feb 01, 2009 12:57 pm

deerhunter1225 wrote:Hi everyone. This is a great website. There is alot to learn. I am looking for a list of coal dealers who would sell me about three tons of coal. My son has an F-350 mason style dumptruck. This dumptruck can be hired for a reasonable fee when I drive up to the coal region. I would be happy with bituminous or anthricite. I am close to Bucks county, Pa. I am willing to travel for quality coal. Would anyone have any idea where I can obtain a list of coal suppliers in northeast Pa? Thank you, Jim


Search the forums, there's a wealth of info on NEPA breakers where you can buy direct.
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Anthracite coal prices

PostBy: brckwlt On: Sun Feb 01, 2009 9:54 pm

Does anyone know where to buy and what prices for Anthracite (pea or buckwheat) coal would cost me in the Sunbury Pennsylvania area?
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: Laffinlex6 On: Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:01 pm

We live in Greensburg, Pa - 60 miles south east of Pittsburgh. Can anyone tell us where we can buy anthracite? We were told somewhere in Somerset but it sure would be nice if it were a little closer.
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Re: Bulk Coal Delivery in Massachusetts

PostBy: ray in ma On: Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:07 pm

EnergyAllStars wrote:I'm in central Mass. . . .but, I'm looking to do the same in the late spring/early summer. I'd be in for 10 tons of pea (preferably bagged) What size are you looking to get?

I got info from Keystone coal (I think they are kimmells) with a reasonable trailer load price, I just can't afford the whole trailer.
They will ship any size and mix the load. I'll PM you with my info I'm in Oakham

Ray
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: ray in ma On: Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:13 pm

jklamarche wrote:I live in central Mass (Worcester area) Does anyone know of any other dealers around besides the stove place on rt 20 and Higgins energy in Barre? Need Anthracite coal. Also does anyone have anything to say (good or bad) about the SAEY stove?

Thanks
Jim

Jim:
Clems in Spencer has Kimmells one of the best prices I've found but it did not burn well
Agway in Holden has Kimmells also but they just went way up on thier price

The Hardwick co-op also had it, don't know what kind, thought they were a little high when I asked this fall
I found out the hard way winter is not the best time to buy coal
Ray
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Re: Need Coal? Location and Dealer Inquiries Go Here.

PostBy: jpassardi On: Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:16 pm

I'm looking for anthracite in north central Connecticut, I know of only on dealer.
Thanks
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