I cannot find any info online about these pellets.
Please include the model of your stove in your review of these pellets.
I bought 1 ton from Lowes and I'm very happy with the heat output. Much better than Green Supreme and other pellets from Lowes. I'm using a St Croix York stove.Report
There is NO info written on the bags giving specifics about these pellets. What type of wood, be it soft or hard, ash content, etc. Does Massachusetts Law require to give info regarding product purchases?Report
I have a Harman p43 and these have a very erratic flame. Had to scrape the burn pot every few hours. Noticed the ash was very dark and heavy. I go thru and fully clean my stove about once a week. Prob one of the worst pellets I have burned. Bought 2 bags of these and 2 bags of North American and the North Americans burned hotter and cleaner.Report
Timber max pellets are the worst pellets I have used in 8 years, Lowes gets a different brand every year based on availability. These produce to much ash and the burn isn't as good. I am used to using a bag a day to heat 2k sqft and not having to address the ash pot as frequent. The pot is constantly backing up on these pellets, I went back to lowes and bought a couple of bags of a different brand and they were much more superior.Report
Just bought 6 bags from Lowes for my England's stove and I'm very disappointed with them. I like to have a low heat setting 1-3 and these pellets burn down to ambers before the auger has deposited them. I used an alternate brand pellet to verify it wasn't a mechanical issue with the feeder. The heat output it great but it may be due to the 5+ setting it needs to be on. Another issue I found is the smoke smells like plastic. I also used an alternative pellet to confirm it wasn't a stove issue.
Overall a bad pellet in my opinion
I'll chime in here. I bought 3 bags of timber heat and were the second type of pellet I burned this year. I liked them. The heat was outstanding in my opinion, my house got very hot very quickly (granted it is about 40 - 50 degrees outside) and as someone else said the top of my stove was very hot! The ash content wasn't bad but it wasn't good. I would say the same ash content as any other middle of the road pellet but much hotter than most shoulder pellets I have tried. As others have said, they do seem to burn quick. It will be interesting to see how they will perform in the dead of winter. If they hold up and can heat the house in the teens and 20's I would have no issue using these all year. The bags I burned didn't have many fines and weren't very dusty.Report
I bought 5 bags of the timber heat to burn in my Ecoteck Sofia, they put out good heat on standby. burn decently hot on power level 2, I didn't have to make any changes to the stove setting. Good burning pellet in my opinion, they do burn faster and hotter and faster than cheat river the other Lowes brand, which I would burn more in the spring. when I don't need the scorching heat. They both have their place and time.Report
I'm in Williamsport pa area and having a hard time finding these Timber heat Lowes has had them a few times but never know when or what they'll have.Report
These are a mixture of hard and soft wood. I have alot of problems with build up ect in my stove. Plus I am using more bags than ever using these. Im going back to Insta-heat hardwood pellets they burn hotter and longer. Less bags used at the end of the heating season with them. I will not use timberheat again.Report
I burned these in my Whitfield Advange II. Found them at Lowes. If your stove dislikes longer pellets, stay clear. There are many 1.5" to 2" pellets in the bag. My Whitfield doesn't mind. There are fines in the bag, but its not too bad. They burned ok, the flame hada nice look, but didn't seem to heat the house as well as other brands. Ash content seems low. I did have a buildup in the burn pot which I had to clear after a few hours of burning.Report