I do now.
I took delivery of the 4 tons of nut had had requested from Rockhill Coal in Malone,NY three days ago. The coal was $275/ton plus delivery $40. plus 2% tax = $1162. Since it was dumped on top of the 2 tons I had left, I am burning the new coal right now. It is probably too early to know for sure, but it seams to be burning just fine with a normal amount of ash. I won't know until I start running the stove hotter if it forms clinkers or not.
The delivery was commical in a way. Mr. Rockhill is a real nice guy. His equipment is realy tired, but he knows how to operate it and we got the 4 tons through my small cellar window just fine. I had a stack of sheet metal roofing next to the house so he couldn't get as close as he would have liked. He had two rather short chutes, but we made it work
The coal truck was an old Ford, I would say from about 1980. It has a high lift box. I had never seen one of those work before. It was prety interested in the operation of it. It would not stay up unless he left the engine running, which was OK except it smelled and smoked like an engine running with the choke closed. Durn near choked me at times
. The bottom of the box had a few welded patches on it which didn't help the coal slide out any. I didn't stand too close to the side of the truck with the box lifted because the scissor action lift parts and the frame of the truck appeared to have some very heavy rust on them.
I would definately buy from Mr. Rockhill (good name for a coal dealer huh?) again, even if he wasn't the only bulk delivery dealer in the area.