Connecticut Coal ???

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Resolute0058
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Post Tue. Jan. 17, 2012 8:47 am

Another stop in central CT is the place I use in Middletown. It's close to 91 and he has some great prices on coal and pellets. Been going there for a couple years now and he's a great guy to deal with.

http://woodpellets.net/
Blaschak Anthracite Coal (1.2 ton pallet)
Price: $346.80

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EasyRay
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Post Tue. Jan. 17, 2012 10:52 am

Thats a good price. I get my supply from Burn time Enterprises at 500 Broad Street in Bristol, but he is up to $354 a pallet and thats check or cash. I think if you charge its $365.
Its only about seven minutes from my house so its easy for me. Its gone up $18 a pallet since I bought mine in September.

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Post Tue. Jan. 17, 2012 2:13 pm

EasyRay wrote:Thats a good price. I get my supply from Burn time Enterprises at 500 Broad Street in Bristol, but he is up to $354 a pallet and thats check or cash. I think if you charge its $365.
Its only about seven minutes from my house so its easy for me. Its gone up $18 a pallet since I bought mine in September.

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If you can get enough for two years and buy at the end of the season, you can save you're self 75-100$ for year 2 delivery and 80$/ton.
Valter

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Bootstrap
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Post Tue. Jan. 17, 2012 2:33 pm

I used to get mine from Household coal in new britain. The owner told me that he's going out of business. Like a moron I waited way too long to buy coal this year and ended up paying $280/ton loose nut coal. After he told me he was going under(because his elevator is shot), I looked for another supplier. BT pellet has a warehouse in suffield, ct which is 10 minutes away. I paid 295/ton bagged and went with pea this time hopeing for a longer burn time.....
I will stock up in the spring time for next year and hopefully get a deal...
Anyone know the price history with BT? Do the prices drop in the spring?
I pick coal up and put it down.............in my stove!

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Post Tue. Jan. 17, 2012 4:29 pm

Bootstrap wrote:I used to get mine from Household coal in new britain. The owner told me that he's going out of business. Like a moron I waited way too long to buy coal this year and ended up paying $280/ton loose nut coal. After he told me he was going under(because his elevator is shot), I looked for another supplier.
That's a shame, the place has been peddling coal since 1918 IIRC. That elevator has been killing him the last few years, most of the drag bars are missing and it just keeps breaking. How he could get 250 tons into each silo with it amazed me. I think it has been out of service for the last couple of years.
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Post Wed. Jan. 18, 2012 9:21 am

Yea. BT pellet is right down the street so even if I paid $20 more per ton its hard to beat that. No long distance driving.
I pick coal up and put it down.............in my stove!

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EasyRay
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Post Wed. Jan. 18, 2012 10:57 am

I bought coal from Household for years until B T opened up. Its a shame but plastic bags are a lot cleaner for me now and the fact that they are so close to me it doesn't make sense to go to New Britain.
I don't have a truck anymore so my son-in-law gets it for me a pallet at a time. It takes him and my two grandson only ten minutes for them to unload and stack a pallet for me.
After my last back surgery I don't want to push it. Twenty Pounds at a time is about my limit.
Regards, Ray

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Post Wed. Jan. 18, 2012 11:13 am

Hello everyone...I would be interested in a bulk purchase..I am in RI about 10 min from the CT line...I don't know if thats a deal breaker or not...but perhaps someone could summarize this topic with an update as to if/when/how a bulk purchase will happen?
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Post Thu. Jan. 26, 2012 1:41 pm

Does anyone have nut coal bagged in the Clinton Ct area. If so what price?

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Post Thu. Jan. 26, 2012 5:10 pm

IF you want to sell it give me a price. Please

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Post Thu. Jan. 26, 2012 6:12 pm

margamore wrote:Does anyone have nut coal bagged in the Clinton Ct area. If so what price?
Call Hocon Gas in Guilford and ask for Bill, they are right on RT1. He has a pallet of nut (2400#), he got stuck with it and will let it go for $300.
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Post Sun. Mar. 25, 2012 10:34 pm

Blaschak Coal- Nut, Pea & Rice
Discount Price: $295 per ton & 1.2 skid $354
(Cash or check payment)

Regular Price: $304 per ton & 1.2 skid $365

50 bags per ton or 60 bags per skid

btburnenterprises .. same price as in sep 11

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