Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: Pocono Newbies On: Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:11 pm

Poconoeagle wrote:Mengles coal.... blashak nut was 175/ton delivered oiled. if they go to S burg it might be higher for its out of thier normal distance but
ya dont know till ya call!

Mengle Coal & Oil
Street: 253 Hudsondale Street
Weatherly, pa 18255-1306
Phone: (570) 427-4261

Thanks, will give them a call.
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: Pocono Newbies On: Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:14 pm

I also just came across this list. Maybe it'll help some people out:

http://pennsylvania.localguides.com/ypc ... &x=21&y=10
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: Pocono Newbies On: Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:55 pm

Just had to get 4 bags of rice from Kresge, everyone around Stroudsburg is out of rice coal for ton delivery. Kresge sells Jeddo coal. They also confirmed to me that People's Coal is a separate company from Kresge now.
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: RAYJAY On: Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:07 pm

Pocono Newbies wrote:Just had to get 4 bags of rice from Kresge, everyone around Stroudsburg is out of rice coal. Kresge sells Jeddo coal. They also confirmed to me that People's Coal is a separate company from Kresge now.


how much a bag are you paying for coal ???? there is a place in Carbondale that has Blaschak Coal for 6.50 a 40 lb bag


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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: RAYJAY On: Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:11 pm

Duengeon master wrote:I got coal from Kresge's in Saylorburg a few years ago before I discovered Craigslist and UAE. I was told that Kresge sells Jeddo coal. It burns well for me. Also, People's coal in Stroudsburg is the same company as Kresge's. I got a P/U load of Hudson last year with Chris, DVC500 at last. The Hudson also burned very well for me. I hope that my two cents were of help.




wow your the first one i hear of that had luck with Hudson coal :shock:
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: mozz On: Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:42 pm

Nothing wrong with Hudson coal. You have a bug up your ass about them huh? People have been getting it from Agel for many years, or getting it delivered directly from the Hudson yard. I personally know people whom have had problems with Casey Kassa and the driver admitted it was sub-standard coal at times. Take your pick. Ask a few coal stove dealers whom has the worst local coal. They will tell you of the problems it has caused.
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: RAYJAY On: Mon Feb 21, 2011 8:24 pm

mozz wrote:Nothing wrong with Hudson coal. You have a bug up your ass about them huh? People have been getting it from Agel for many years, or getting it delivered directly from the Hudson yard. I personally know people whom have had problems with Casey Kassa and the driver admitted it was sub-standard coal at times. Take your pick. Ask a few coal stove dealers whom has the worst local coal. They will tell you of the problems it has caused.



no bug up my ass here :shock: ...........couple of hemorrhoids swing like grapes :D ................. I Used to get my coal from Agel for years, never knew how bad there coal was until i was running out and need some, went and got a pickup truck load from Casey and big change in burning and ash, started asking at work what other guys were burning and all were getting casey even one of the guys that lives right by Hudson , had a friend buy a Harmon Mag and was having burning problems gave him a couple pails of my coal and no more problems, he was burning Hudson, also not saying Casey the best out there but in my eyes with the problems i have been having with Hudson they would have to prove top me it better now.


and all coal is substandard at times its the nature of the beast, however it should not be bad 3 years 6 ton each in a row

Jeff
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: Pocono Newbies On: Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:13 am

RAYJAY wrote:
Pocono Newbies wrote:Just had to get 4 bags of rice from Kresge, everyone around Stroudsburg is out of rice coal. Kresge sells Jeddo coal. They also confirmed to me that People's Coal is a separate company from Kresge now.


how much a bag are you paying for coal ???? there is a place in Carbondale that has Blaschak Coal for 6.50 a 40 lb bag


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At Kresge we paid $9 for a 70 lb. bag of Jeddo, which I think is a good price, but they are low, so he let us have 4 bags. People's charges $7 for a 40 lb. a bag for whatever it is they're getting now. Ace Hardware in Mt. Pocono charges $6.99 for what I believe is a 40 lb. bag of Blaschak, but they were out of rice too.

Thanks for the info, will keep it in mind. As of now, People's is expecting to have coal to deliver to us on Wednesday. Of course, since we're not happy with People's coal this year, that's a good and a bad thing. If they can't make a delivery, though, we'll need some places to check for bagged. Worse comes to worse, we may just finish the season with...... :shock: propane :shock: since we have a full 500 gal. tank just sitting there. There's no way we'll need all that for the BBQ! :roll:

And next season, we plan to have another coal bin set up so that we can buy and store 5-7 tons, either one delivery or a trip to UAE with neighbors, no worries... and we'll have leftover.
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: RAYJAY On: Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:53 pm

yep were going to try UAE next year also. with the dump trailer its great i can get any coal i want, did burn a couple of bag of the Blaschak Coal it burned really good better heat than the Casey i use ash was about the same,

Jeff
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: huntabsarokee On: Thu Mar 03, 2011 1:50 pm

Not sure if they will go as far as Stroudsurg but I saw Forest Inn Masonary in Lehighton started delivering bulk coal. They are located on 209 just down from The Country Junction. Depending on where you live they may only be 20 miles away. I am pretty sure I saw a high lift truck parked at their place.
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: Pocono Newbies On: Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:36 am

Thanks for the info. Lehighton is a distance away from us so they probably wouldn't deliver to us, but it won't hurt to check, never know!
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Re: Coal Suppliers Who Will Deliver to Stroudsburg Area

PostBy: Siphen On: Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:26 pm

I know this is an old thread but I have something to add regarding people's coal.

I had 2 tons of pea coal from people's coal delivered last fall. for 2013-2014 burn year.

It was garbage, loaded with impurities, it makes alot of ash and it's heavy ash, chunks of slag and rock in it all winter long.

The last time I ordered 2 tons from people's was back in 2010 and it was fantastic stuff, burned hot and clean with light ash, I would fill up a case of beer box a week with the ash.

This past year I am filling up 2 or more beer boxes a week and it just heavy slaggy crap.

Then literally this past two weeks I hit a pach in the coal bin that was just an awful sulfurous low heat producing mess. for a week and a half I have been babysitting the coal unable to get the stove above 200 degrees, I could not get the house warmer then 64 degrees. This boggled my mind, as I was used to battling my coal stove to produce less heat so the house would be a comfy 73 degrees. I thought I was loosing my mind, pulling the chimney open looking for clogs cleaning out every nook and crany on the stove exhaust outlet, removed the barometric dampener, burning my nose with sulfurous stench every time I opened the top loading door... and still this stuff would only burn to about 200 degrees with the bottom door completely open.

Finally last night I grabbed a fresh bucket from the coal bin and fell asleep on the couch with the bottom door open expecting more of the same. I was convinced it was bad coal at this point and had it in my mind that I would go buy a bag of pea the next morning to see it it burned any better the the bulk delivery I had been using. Well, I woke up at 1 in the morning with the stove roaring over 400 degrees and the house temp at 79.

I have been burning coal since 2008 and have never encountered bad coal, up until the past week, I did not know there could be such a thing as bad coal. So here I am in mid February almost tapped out of 2 tons of coal. This is the first time in 7 years I have finished 2 tons by mid February, usually I wind up with a half ton or more left over for the next season. Needless to say I will NOT be buying my next bulk delivery from people's coal. Not sure what shenanigans they are trying to pull, but I feel completely ripped off this year.
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