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From: LP12
Got the wood in, aka one man's carbon footprint
50cm logs, 2 sq meters, 65 euros a sq m =130 euros. And that was cash! With the bill it was 144. Price gone from 55 to 72 since I last bought some wood. Better off buying it in 50cm as you get more. (depends on seller, but those who do give you less if you buy 33cm as they state pile is reduced. You can look into this phenominon no doubt, but I'd never heard of it until they delivered 2 years ago and thrust a piece of a4 into my hand with 3 diagrams of sq meters of wood. An uncut pile, a reduced pile of 50 and a considerably smaller pile of 33. It's all about the volume or some such stuff, I still cannot really understand it. But with the Jotul 50cm is ideal.

Pile outside shown after some already stashed.


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