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EasyBlaze Wood Pellets

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2 Types of EasyBlaze Pellets are available.

EasyBlaze Super Premium Softwood

  • Southern Yellow Pine
  • Very low moisture (as low as 5.56%)
  • High heating value (up to 8980 BTU/lb - dry basis)
  • Extended burn time
  • Environmentally friendly & renewable energy source
  • CO2-neutral
  • No chemical binders or additives
  • Subject to regular third party testing

EasyBlaze Premium Blend Hard/Softwood 

  • Perfect blend of Oak/Hickory/Southern Yellow Pine
  • Low ash (as low as 0.28%)
  • Low moisture (less than or equal to 8%)
  • High heating value (as high as 8817 BTU/lb - dry basis)
  • Extended burn time
  • Environmentally friendly & renewable energy source
  • CO2-neutral
  • Subject to regular third party testing

Additional Info

  • Admin Review: Sept 2017: The company just reached out to me asking if they can mail me out some bags of pellets! So I will have an update here soon. If I remember, these pellets were really good. Nov 1 2017 - Hands down one of the better pellets on the market this year! Both the super and the blend are awesome!

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  • Comment Link Kevin Tuesday, 10 March 2015 16:24 posted by Kevin

    I would have to say that Easyblaze pellets are a very good product! I started out using Lignetics. Then shortage came and switched to Easyblaze. These pellets burn hotter and cleaner. I would suggest these pellets to anyone. 1 complaint is the bag does have a lot of sawdust.

  • Comment Link Heather Crowe Wednesday, 04 February 2015 16:09 posted by Heather Crowe

    I have a Lennox Bella stove. I use between 3-5 tons of pellets during a heating season (weather dependent.) I can only store three tons of pellets at a time. Typically I order three tons in the Fall, and another two in the mid to late Winter depending on how the winter weather treats me. My favorite pellet brand is Barefoot so those are always my first order. This year, no provider had a supply of Barefoot for my winter order. So, I decided to try a bag of Easyblaze. I am happy to report that these are a good quality pellet. They burn clean and hot while leaving a low quantity of ash with no clickers. A nice side note is that when you open the bag, they smell great! Some brands I have tried smell either musty/moldy or chemically. My only "negative" observation is that when compared to Barefoot, there is a larger than anticipated amount of sawdust in the bag. I have no concerns recommending Easyblaze pellets. I hope you find my review helpful.

  • Comment Link Tom Kirk Thursday, 29 January 2015 15:49 posted by Tom Kirk

    I bought 2 tons of easyblaze pellets from Acushnet Alternative Heating in MA and have found that these pellets burn very hot. No clinkers , minimal ash . My only complaint is that the clear bags they came in had splits in the side walls of the bag, and pellets are leaking out. Please call quality control. I am very impressed with this pellet and I will reorder.

  • Comment Link Mike Daigle Tuesday, 08 April 2014 02:25 posted by Mike Daigle

    Bought my first ton of easy blaze, am amazed at the amount of heat my stove is delivering.I have tried many different brands and have to say easy blaze is out performing them all hands down!

  • Comment Link Bruce Sunday, 06 April 2014 09:39 posted by Bruce

    Got Easy Blaze at Acushnet ALTERNATIVE Heating in Massachusetts..... They burn great and generate great heat. No clunkers at all. Minimal ash. Great value, great product.

  • Comment Link Christine Sunday, 06 April 2014 01:06 posted by Christine

    We have an Englander 25-PDV, purchased used to offset our electric bill. I clean our stove very well, inside daily, the flue every 14 days. We purchased these from a dealer out in Western MA off of craigslist since there was a shortage in our area (Worcester county, MA) and could not get our regular pellets. I really like these pellets! They burned nice and hot, the ash is minimal, and they smell wonderful! They are small and worked very well in our stove! I would definitely consider buying these by the ton--however I don't know WHERE to get them around here! I had to drive over an hour away to get them. But they are great pellets and we enjoyed them!

  • Comment Link Craig Mitchell Monday, 31 March 2014 20:21 posted by Craig Mitchell

    These Are The Best Pellets I've Burned All Season..I've Used Everything From Lignetics And LG Granules To BoxStore Cheap Brands..They Burn Nice And Hot And Very Minimal Ash..Wish I Had More. QuadraFire Castile 6 YrsOld.

  • Comment Link Steve Gordon Tuesday, 02 July 2013 20:04 posted by Steve Gordon

    This comment goes out to Mike, I'm sure you were frusterated with the experience you had but I'm confident this was an anomaly and not the norm. We make 100,00 tons per year and use only clean virgin wood (absolutely no bark allowed). I will be glad to replace your bag with a new clear bag Easy Blaze. My phone number is 804-414-1101.

  • Comment Link Mike Monday, 31 December 2012 13:00 posted by Mike

    Not good pellets at all. Would not recommend to anyone.
    Needed to clean the stove every 12 hours and
    Burns vary dirty lots of dust.


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