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After posting the other week about whether or not to buy blaschak for the first time due to my hauler being down and finding a hauler who only wants to haul Blaschak I did some serious digging around for a local hauler. I did a google search and talked with a bunch of local people and I found a guy a local guy who hauls coal. I called him and we talked. I told him what I wanted and told him I would like Direnzo coal. He told me he heard of it but was never there. he agreed to haul it for me. He showed up in my driveway this morning at 10.30am and dumped 7.5 tons of the Direnzo buckwheat coal in my driveway onto the tarps I had spread across the driveway. Now its up to me and the boys to get the coal into the bin. It takes a little work but sure makes my boys appreciate the heat and hot water we have. I fill the wheel barrow and dump through the window well and the boys move the coal around in the bin till we can't get any more in, 6 tons. The rest goes behind the shed for reserves. The coal is very nice looking coal and is clean, no junk wood or crap mixed in. The coal cost me $186.00 delivered onto the pile in my driveway. This is $20.00 less than the fellow who hauled the Blaschak. My youngest boy and I moved about 2 tons into the bin tonite after work, we quit because it started pouring rain. If you live in northern Lancaster county pa like I do( Denver Pa) I would recommend this fellow as an option for coal hauling.
well after 4 good hrs of work today. the bin in jammed to the top and the rest of the coal is now stored behind the shed for extra supply and also my summer use coal. the wife is happy, my youngest boy is exhausted but smiling. he just got out of a nice hot shower and is thankful for the coal. glad to be stocked up already for next winter.
Ed, I think I will be getting some nut later this spring or summer. My father in-law is making the switch from propane to coal. He is removing is propane stove insert and getting a hitzer coal stove insert. we will be building his bin soon. I think when he gets his coal delivery that I will get a couple ton of nut for me as well.