Coal Delivery 1-7 Tons, up to 150 Miles From Tamaqua, PA

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kaegen12
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Post Wed. Nov. 13, 2013 4:31 pm

This will be my first time burning coal. I really don't know how much I'll need, but how about a quote for 2-3 tons to 18328? Dingman's Ferry area. Thx much.

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amcarterlawncare
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Post Wed. Nov. 13, 2013 9:51 pm

kaegen12 wrote:This will be my first time burning coal. I really don't know how much I'll need, but how about a quote for 2-3 tons to 18328? Dingman's Ferry area. Thx much.
I really couldn't come that far with less than 5 or 6 ton. Unless I could manage to get another small load in your area.

5 ton= $270 per ton
6 ton= $250 per ton
7 ton= $235 per ton

Thanks,
Austin

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Post Fri. Nov. 15, 2013 7:09 am

amcarterlawncare wrote:Hi folks,

Some of you may remember me, and I’ve delivered quite a few loads to NEPA CR members in the last few years, mostly from UAE Harmony before they closed. Well, I’m at it full speed this year and now I’ve got myself a truck (picking it up tomorrow) , I can now haul up to 7 tons.

I pull all my coal from Gale Mining and have had very happy customers so far! However, I’m happy to give prices and deliver coal from any other mine if desired. The “new” UAE seems to have good reviews so far but I haven’t delivered any loads from them yet, but I’d be happy to bring a load from them as well if desired.

I can haul 1-7 tons and will be installing dividers to make it more cost effective to deliver small loads. All sizes. My truck is not a “hi-lift” however using either my auger or chutes I can unload into almost anything. Feel free to ask! I have never not gotten a load of coal unloaded :-)

For prices please give me the following info:
-How many tons you would like (and I’m happy to give prices for different quantities because it does get cheaper if you get more and you may decide you want more to save money)
-Zip code
-Size
-And of course your contact info

I don’t have any “delivery” fees or fuel surcharges. It’s simply the price/ ton times whatever the weight slip says. So if you want 4 and I get loaded 3.9 that’s what you get charged for. And I give a $5/ ton discount if you pay with cash.

My schedule is very flexible, evenings and weekends are fine.

I can also do bagged up to 4 tons when it is available.

I can be contacted via phone at 570-292-3278, PM, or simply post on this thread and I’ll get back to you. I usually will get back to you within 24hrs, however phone is the quickest, leave a message with the info I need (if I don't answer) and I can have prices ready when I call you back!

Anyone is welcome to post on this thread and honest feedback is always appreciated.

Thank You,
Austin Carter
Don Griffith,2171 State Rt 51,Ilion NY,13357 I need 3 ton nut coal.What type coal is it.Will you be able to get it into a window,its about 4 ft off the ground,I have a bin there.If it works out,I will be doing bigger loads next year,until we get some locally.

mlchelp
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Post Sat. Nov. 16, 2013 6:52 am

how about 4 tons oiled rice to 18334

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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 12:04 am

mlchelp wrote:how about 4 tons oiled rice to 18334
$235 per ton oiled and delivered.

Thanks,
Austin

griff88_8
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 8:34 am

amcarterlawncare wrote:
mlchelp wrote:how about 4 tons oiled rice to 18334
$235 per ton oiled and delivered.

Thanks,
Austin

how about nut coal to 13357

JB2034
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 3:01 pm

How about 4 ton bagged rice to 21904?

mcguirehg
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 7:12 pm

Austin,

I know I'm out of your range, but would you consider 11786,shoreham ny 190 miles? rice coal. Thanks Dan

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amcarterlawncare
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 8:23 pm

griff88_8 wrote:
amcarterlawncare wrote: $235 per ton oiled and delivered.

Thanks,
Austin

how about nut coal to 13357
Sorry, way past my 150 mile limit...

Thanks,
Austin

amcarterlawncare
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 8:28 pm

JB2034 wrote:How about 4 ton bagged rice to 21904?
$295 per ton delivered.

Thanks,
Austin

amcarterlawncare
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 8:32 pm

mcguirehg wrote:Austin,

I know I'm out of your range, but would you consider 11786,shoreham ny 190 miles? rice coal. Thanks Dan
Sorry, I wont' go that far...

Thanks,
Austin

mcguirehg
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 10:13 pm

I understand Austin. If anyone knows someone willing to travel to Long Island let me know. I may need to fine a trailer to pull and make the trip. Thanks Dan

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Carbon12
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Location: Harrisburg, PA

Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 10:21 pm

Austin,
Are you able to get Lehigh Anthracite rice and nut coal? If so, it seems like many members would be interested in trying a load,...me included. Let the Forum know either way please.

Regards,

Peter.
No matter where you go,......there you are.

amcarterlawncare
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 10:39 pm

Carbon12 wrote:Austin,
Are you able to get Lehigh Anthracite rice and nut coal? If so, it seems like many members would be interested in trying a load,...me included. Let the Forum know either way please.

Regards,

Peter.
Yes,

I will buy any breaker... just make sure you request that when asking for a price.

Thanks,
Austin

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Carbon12
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Post Mon. Nov. 18, 2013 10:52 pm

Yahoo! That's great news Austin! I'm set for now, myself. I will probably be needing a couple more tons before the winters out. I will definitely be contacting you!
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