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Lignetics Pellets

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Lignetics Pellet wood fuel Pellets.

Lignetics quality control ensures that you are purchasing the best wood pellets, Pres-to-Logs® fire logs or fire starter available. We use only the finest, highest quality raw material available for our products. Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets and Pres-to-Logs® (presto logs) fire logs burn hotter, more efficiently and leave less ash than our competitors, which translates into several distinct benefits.

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  • Comment Link Mark Brandt Friday, 31 October 2014 17:16 posted by Mark Brandt

    This is my go too brand for my Austroflam. They start nice and burn clean. There are a few other labels sold in my area that I like better but when I brake down the cost per btu these save me $80 a ton over the other premium pellets. They burn hot and I have no issues. A solid performer with consistent quality.

  • Comment Link Norm Hebert Tuesday, 17 June 2014 18:18 posted by Norm Hebert

    HELP! I burn 6to7 tons per season, I have been using Vermont Wood Pellets for years, but they have gotten way to expensive. I use a QuadraFire MtVernon stove and need a new pellet. After reading some of the reviews on the Lignitics Pellets I am a little scared to go out a buy 6 tons of them. Any ideas?

  • Comment Link Dan Olthaus Sunday, 02 March 2014 18:32 posted by Dan Olthaus

    I have a New England pellet stove and bought the green label pellets. They have been clean burning, heat well and I have not experienced any of the negative issues others have posted. I do regularly clean my stove every four or five days.

  • Comment Link Scott Sunday, 09 February 2014 16:43 posted by Scott

    I bought a second batch of lignetics pellets this year and it has been the worst batch of gotten from them.I have been buying lignetics since 2007 and this is by far the worst batch ever.The pellets are darker than usual and I suspect that is part of the problem

  • Comment Link ted Wednesday, 05 February 2014 14:13 posted by ted

    equipment: 10 yo harman P61 manual ignition stove

    the presto log wood pellets i purchased at home depot in greenfield mass burn as hot as anything i have ever used. they burn with the amount of ash expected from a premium pellet. if you have ""good"" equipment well maintained there is nothing wrong with this pellet.

    with that said, a harman stove is clearly superior to most other makes and models. my first guess as to why others may not like these pellets is not the pellet. it's the tool used to turn the pellet into usable heat.

    if you start with a fussy stove, poorly designed requiring a pellet .....made JUST SO...... you are looking for trouble as long as you own that stove.

    having burned a dozen different pellet brands over the years with out any drama whatsoever, i have come to conclude nothing can overcome poorly designed equipment.

  • Comment Link Louis LaBeau Saturday, 25 January 2014 00:35 posted by Louis LaBeau

    I can't tell you how unhappy I am with these pellets! I purchased a ton from Ace Hardware in Cambridge, MD and a good portion of the bags were swollen and hard on the inside from moisture during the packaging phase. They have clogged my Quadrafire Mt. Vernon stove to the point that it keeps shutting off because of a vaccum problem. My mother purchesed a ton of these pellets from an Ace Hardware in Pasadena, MD and they were garbage as well. She put a bag of the moisture swollen pellets in her stove and they clogged up the hopper and she had to empty the hopper and clean out the auger. She wound up taking back 12 bags of pellets and had them replaced by a higher quality brand of pellets. The representatives at Ace Hardware said that they used these pellets and were less than pleased with them as well. If you can purchase another brand, do it.

  • Comment Link Jim S Wednesday, 22 January 2014 17:40 posted by Jim S

    Absolute garbage, they don't light with electric ignition stoves, torches, paper and if they do they do not stay lit! NOWHERE DOES THE BAG SAY THEY MUST BE LIT WITH PRESTO LOGS AND HOME DEPOT DOES NOT INFORM YOU OF THIS EITHER. The rude Idaho women who took my call stated you must buy another product to light these pellets. NEVER HEARD OF IT IN THE 5 YEARS I HAVE BEEN BUYING PELLETS. Big scam stonewalling people!
    I called the Idaho office of this Presto log company and the run around was astounding as well as the rudeness by the women who took my call. I called to ask why these pellets would not light in a pellet store with electric ignition and she told me I had to purchasea prestolog to light these pellets. The home depot of Stratford ct never heard of such a claim! The bags also do not give such instructions either and what makes this company so horrible is the way she told me to call Home Depot and she hung the phone up. The absolute worst customer service from very rude people. I also was instructed by the Idaho office to call West Virginia office only to have that office tell me to call Idaho again.

    Stay far away from these pellets! They will waste your energy lugging them into your car not to mention your gas when you have to return them!

  • Comment Link Lee Thursday, 02 January 2014 11:51 posted by Lee

    I've had a Whitfield pellet stove for many years and used, almost exclusively Lignetics pellets, except when our local Ace store was out of them. This year I've had a terrible problem with what our Ace guy calls "clinkers" or unburned pellets building up in the fire basket. I don't know if this is a product problem or maybe something that happened to them while stored at the warehouse, but it's a huge pain. I've had to take my stove apart every couple days to clean out the exhaust tubes and channels because of ash buildup. All this is happening with the heat setting on low and the extractor fan on the highest setting. I've even removed the extractor fan and cleaned the fins to make sure it was working at its optimal rate, but the basket keeps filling up with unburned pellets. I normally burn between 3000-4000 pounds of pellets per year, but I'm way below that this year due to the problems with the pellets. I'm about to try another brand. One symptom I have noticed is that in a normal year the Lignetics ash is light and fluffy, this year it is not. I don't know what that means, but it's my observation.

  • Comment Link Jay Tuesday, 31 December 2013 15:18 posted by Jay

    This is my first season with a pellet stove and I grabbed 2 tons of Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets on sale from the local Ace. I don't have an experience with other pellets, but I seem to be seeing similar result to what others have said. My glass gets dirty within a few hours to the point where I can only see through a 1" gap at the very top. This seems to be worse at lower heat settings on my stove, which is where it sits 95% of the time. There does seem to be a bit of ash but I dont have a reference point to compare to since this is my first brand.

  • Comment Link Suzanne Tuesday, 24 December 2013 13:19 posted by Suzanne

    I love the heat from these but they are very dirty. We have 2 pellet stoves...a Quadra Fire and a Whitfield. We run our pellet stoves around the clock. The Quadra is on a thermostat so it's not constantly on but I still have to empty the fire pot every day because there is so. Much ash build up. The glass gets dirty within a day. The Whitfield is full of ash within a few hours and it takes me about an hour to clean just that pellet stove.


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