Well Steve from Cornwall did finally call me back and after assuring him that the bin is a straight shot through the window and telling him that I would handle the shoveling of the coal if there was any to be done, then assuring him my driveway was large and flat with no overhead obstructions, he then pretty much found (in his mind) that there wouldn't be enough angle for him to shoot it down into the bin even after I said there was a two foot drop in a five foot span(whatever angle that works out to). He said he needed at least thirty degrees, At that point I got tired of trying to give him my business and cordially agreed with him that maybe he shouldn't deliver to me. plain and simple he gave me every excuse as to why he couldn't do the job and gave me the impression that he wasn't interested in my business from the get go, and now he wont. Not sure what the problem is with him but I have never had contact with him or his company ever before so there is no history with us.
I have contacted two other dealers that are more than willing to deliver to me and have zero issue with any description of my bin or the location of it, one guy is even willing to "go out of his normal delivery area" to take care of my coal needs, he will probably get my business.