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Purchasing logs for wood burner

Posted: Thu Nov 7, 2019 4:19pm
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Brenda1302

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Hi

We are coming over on 16th November and wanted to find out where the best place to get logs are.  We only purchased our home end September so also looking for tips to winterise it.  Probably wont be returning until Jan/Feb time.  We are in Benitachell.  Any advice would be much appreciated.  Thanks

Stephanie86

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Fri Nov 8, 2019 2:03pm

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Posted: Fri Nov 8, 2019 2:03pm

You will pass several log yards on various roads all around the area, mainly with telephone numbers, which, if you aren’t fluent in Spanish, may present problems.

There is an extremely good yard on the road between Gata de Gorgos and Javea, called Torres, who have a huge selection and who are very efficient. There is someone there most of the time, an older man, who speaks Spanish with a heavy Valencian accent and doesn’t speak English. However, they have price lists printed in at least four languages so all you need to do is point at what you want. All the timber is stacked in the yard so you can see it.

The deliveries are made by his brother, and you can have a choice of 3 sizes of load. I presume that they may well deliver to Benitaxell as I have seen their lorry all over the area.

Most properties in Spain, if uninhabited over the winter months are likely to suffer from damp as well as cold. Short of leaving heating on there would be little to be done to combat this, it’s the nature of the building here - and it’s bad enough living here in the house during the winter months!

Brenda1302

Brenda1302

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Fri Nov 8, 2019 3:15pm

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Posted: Fri Nov 8, 2019 3:15pm

Many thank for the info.  I am dreading the property being left as realise it can get very cold as was in Javea last Christmas and once the sun went down was freezing where we were staying.

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