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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

North American Pellets

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Available at Home Depot and Lowes ,  Produced by Curran Renewable Energy, LLC pellet mill that is located in  Massena NH produce the North American Wood Pellets?  That is what I was told last

they are a hardwood / softwood blend


 

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  • Admin Review: August - 2017 - Looking forward to burning some this year!! Not sure what to expect
    OOOOH,,, not good. Tons of ash and it put the fire out. That was a first for me.

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97 comments

  • Comment Link John Card Sunday, 09 March 2014 14:07 posted by John Card

    Picked up 1/4 ton of the beginning of February . They burned ok, but did not seem to give off a lot of heat. I noticed I had to clean my ash pot after 1 week vs 3 weeks in my Harman advance. Not worth the $4.90ish Home Depot was asking for them, better then not having any at all..

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  • Comment Link Alice Jacobs Tuesday, 25 February 2014 16:00 posted by Alice Jacobs

    These pellets are terrible and we will not buy them again. The pellets we were using had been sold out so we went to Lowe's and they suggested these. We bought a ton of them and that proved to be a mistake. With the other pellets we were cleaning the stove out just once a week. With these we have to clean it every other day. They ashes are more dusty than the other pellets we were using. Very disappointed.

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  • Comment Link Frank Saturday, 08 February 2014 17:51 posted by Frank

    Very pleased, burn nicely in my Harman Invincible -- maybe a bit more ash than other products I've used, but the ash is very light and fluffy.

    Best thing -- they don't coke up my burnpot -- I'm lovin' that.

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  • Comment Link Frank Saturday, 08 February 2014 05:53 posted by Frank

    I love these pellets -- maybe a little more ash than other brands I've used, but the ash is very light and fluffy. The great part -- barely a bit of coke, they just don't coke up my burnpot. Very pleased.

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  • Comment Link Don Monday, 03 February 2014 23:23 posted by Don

    I have a Breckwell P24FS stove I've had since 1998. Tried a lot of different brands in the last 15 years. I have found that these are the worst I've tried. Excessive ash, black soot and clinkers. Just plain not happy. Was hoping for better since made local.

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  • Comment Link Don McPherson Friday, 31 January 2014 15:11 posted by Don McPherson

    Have been burning a P24FS Breckwell for 18 years and the are by far the worst pellets I have ever burned. Tons of clinkers,excessive ash and just extreamley hard to burn. Clean ash pot at least three times a day. Very dirty. Would NOT use again.

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  • Comment Link Rick George Friday, 31 January 2014 14:33 posted by Rick George

    Yankee pellet stove. I do not like these pellets. The ones we bought from HD are hardwood/softwood mix and they are high ash content. When we started using them in the fall of 2013 we used our previous experience with our stove of at least 5 years, to gauge our cleaning frequency. We would typically clean once per week to week and a half. In the past I had let the stove go two weeks at times as the ash buildup from the particular hard wood pellets allowed for this. We had an incident whereby within approximately one week the ash built up so high inside that it must have spilled into the burning area and a fire started outside the burn area., extending up inside the right side of the stove. It was a significant fire and once the stove was shut down it extinguished itself. There was significant heat generated such that it severely scorched the inside of the stove and left a hard black residue in some areas. This it NOT an exaggeration, so for the safety of others, please allow this post. We now clean the stove every 3 or 4 days. I will NOT purchase pellets from HD again, or anywhere unless they guarantee these to be all hardwood, low ash. I now have the remains of the 3 tons I purchased to work through this year.

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  • Comment Link Diane Tuesday, 21 January 2014 18:53 posted by Diane

    These pellets are horrible. I ran out of Inferno, Lowes recommended that we buy these, (no Inferno left). Have to empty the ash tray every 2 days. Used to empty 1ce a week to 10 days. My Son is complaining about the same thing. Never again!! If I have to spend a couple of $'s more for better pellets, I will. The heat is not as good either.

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  • Comment Link Pete Secondo Monday, 20 January 2014 17:02 posted by Pete Secondo

    ..a little dusty when coming out of the bag, but overall, a good burn...no clinkers. My Harman PF 100 eat these right up. basic cleaning of the furnace and yearly maintenance helps avoid problems.

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  • Comment Link nyfireman20 Saturday, 11 January 2014 01:09 posted by nyfireman20

    I have tried pellets from new England pellet company that is very close to where we live they cost more then the ones I got at home depot for less.they had a lot less ash.

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