240 days ago

Dry Firewood

Jane Freeman from Timberline Contracting Ltd

Timberline Contracting Ltd
Yard Open 8am-5pm Weekdays, 8am – 2pm Saturdays
Located at Ramarama off ramp, Southern Motorway
0800 FOR WOOD
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Untreated Kiln Dried Boxwood/ Pine Off-cuts

Excellent for both starting a keeping your fire roaring.

0.5m3 - $45
1m3 - $80 /m3

Firewood can be picked up or delivered (please ask about delivery costs)

FREE 1m3 - 3m3 loan trailers available.

Eftpos payment available in our Ramarama yard.

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Price: $80

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