Direnzo Coal Co. Price Reduction !

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Post By: DiRenzoCoalCo » Thu. May. 21, 2015 9:17 am

SAVE ON QUALITY ANTHRACITE !
DiRenzo Coal Co. has reduced prices on all sizes as follows...
Stove, Chestnut, Buckwheat... $160 per ton
Pea... $150 per ton
Rice... $ 170 per ton
Barley... $130 per ton
All Pricing for Bulk Coal loaded at our plant near Pottsville.
High Heat...Low Ash....Excellent Sizing.

Toll Free - 800-676-4743
Email - [email protected]
Web - http://www.direnzocoal.com

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Post By: ONEDOLLAR » Thu. May. 21, 2015 11:39 am

Thanks! Any chance you guys can get someone on the North Shore of Massachusetts to carry your fine coal? PLEASE...... :D

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Post By: coalnewbie » Thu. May. 21, 2015 11:58 am

Good coal, my base burners loved that stuff this winter.

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Post By: davidmcbeth3 » Thu. May. 21, 2015 3:38 pm

ONEDOLLAR wrote:Thanks! Any chance you guys can get someone on the North Shore of Massachusetts to carry your fine coal? PLEASE...... :D
Only a seven or eight hour drive ! Heck, 1 hr via Clinton driving


ouch


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Post By: CoalHeat » Thu. May. 21, 2015 9:41 pm

I've run quite a bit of DiRenzo rice through the EFM, very satisfied with their product.

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Post By: ONEDOLLAR » Thu. May. 21, 2015 10:08 pm

Wood'nCoal wrote:I've run quite a bit of DiRenzo rice through the EFM, very satisfied with their product.
Everyone I have spoken to speaks very highly of their coal. Larry @ Chubby speaks very highly of it as well. So much in fact he has included a link to their website on the Chubby site. It is just frustrating that it is literally not available for sale up this way without having it hauled in via a direct order.

There are more coal burners "hiding" here in Taxachusetts than people realize. Just ask Tractor Supply if you don't believe me.

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Post By: rrob311 » Tue. Jun. 02, 2015 7:18 pm

I'll be down shortly to load my van.

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Post By: DePippo79 » Fri. Jun. 05, 2015 3:51 am

Been a while since I've posted, but I would be a customer. Oil still down (relatively speaking, under $60.00/barrel) and coal suppliers by me are still going up. Anywhere from $309/ton for Reading. $400/ton Kimmel and $329/ton for Blaschak. Prices are for bagged coal. No bulk supplier near by. Heating oil 2.40/gal. These are advertised as summer prices.
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Post By: blrman07 » Fri. Jun. 05, 2015 9:06 am

I plugged 309 for coal and 2.40 for oil into the calculator and I come up with a gap of $8.00 per million BTU's difference.

Coal is still ahead even at those prices if I used the fuel calculation correctly.

Calculations have a possible error rate of plus or minus 100% :D

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Post By: pintoplumber » Sun. Jun. 14, 2015 2:17 pm

I went to DiRenzo yesterday for about 2 1/2 tons of stove. 1st time for buying coal like this and I explained I'm a rookie. They were very nice and helpful and walked me through the process. It's 48 miles one way for me to get there. I built a plywood box on my trailer 6.5' x 8' x 4' and we put too much in. Two guys shoveled the extra off and got the weight down. Next time we'll know how much to put in. Dennis

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Post By: shawntitan » Sat. Jun. 20, 2015 1:15 pm

My father and I have been buying from Direnzo's for years... Great coal, easy to deal with... Nice to see the price on SOMETHING in my life coming down, LOL.

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