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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 Kimberly Funk Saturday, 14 September 2013 11:04 posted by Kimberly Funk

    We are recent homeowners with a pellet stove now. Local hardware store has a great deal in this brand right now....BUT with all the negative feedback why on earth should I purchase your product? I'm just glad I researched before we purchased!

  • Comment Link Steve Jenkins Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:46 posted by Steve Jenkins

    Used Lignetics for a long time but the past two years the quality has declined tremendously. Have an Englander stove that is kept in immaculate condition and the Lignetics pellets (red, blue, or green inked bags) produce an excessive amount of ash
    and clinkers. Switched to a better brand of pellets (Turman) and all is well. No more cleaning twice a day as with Lignetics.

  • Comment Link Kris Tuesday, 26 March 2013 21:31 posted by Kris

    I bought 5 tons of these(Lignetics Pres-to-Log) from Lowes. Excellent pre-season price of $3.50/ton. This is my second year heating with pellets, and I'll _NEVER_ buy this brand again. Daily cleanings of huge clinkers, and sooty glass. I put in the last bag today, and I'm so happy to see them gone. I'm burning them in a Pel-Pro hhpp32bd.

  • Comment Link Dan Howard Thursday, 14 March 2013 14:17 posted by Dan Howard

    I put the Pres To Logs Brand of pellets on my NEVER BUY LIST. Purchased a ton @ Lowe's Cortland NY and had nothing but problems with them. I have noticed Lowe's Cortland hasn't had them in stock for some time...???? Couldn't wait till the ton was gone ! I had to clean unit every 3-4 days.

  • Comment Link John Demastrie Tuesday, 12 March 2013 17:33 posted by John Demastrie

    I went thru 4 tons of Lignetics this heating season in my Harmon P38 .
    I`ll buy them again only if nothing else is available. Sorry for the negative reply but the extremely dusty pellets and the huge amount of ash content is a sin. I had to clean the stove and empty the ash pan twice as often as usual.

  • Comment Link Jon Hale Wednesday, 06 February 2013 04:16 posted by Jon Hale

    I have a Harmon accentra and I bought lignetiics this year by recommendation. Terrible pellet in comparison the the hamers hot ones I burned last year. Cannot wait until these are gone so I can switch back.

  • Comment Link Zach Dishong Wednesday, 23 January 2013 02:32 posted by Zach Dishong

    First time wood pellet stove owner in 2012-2013, Cozy Previa, Lignetic fuel works great in this stove tried one other fuel C&C Smith, The Wood pellet CO. and found Lignectic to preform better all around next fuel type Hamers, But as it stands now Lignetics at the top of the list. 1/22/13

  • Comment Link Pat May Wednesday, 09 January 2013 15:42 posted by Pat May

    I have a Quad a Fire pellet insert model 1100 I think Gold. I have used Lignetic Pellets and Presto Log pellets for over 20 years and they are by far the best ones on the market. Very little ash and burn hot. I also have a free standing Quad in my family room as the only source of heat. I aerage around 3/4 of a bag a day for both stoves for the burning season and I do not have to clean the stoves more than once a week even when it is very cold and burning a lot. I live in north central MT and it can get COLD

  • Comment Link Isaiah Owings Thursday, 27 December 2012 16:56 posted by Isaiah Owings

    I was very happy with PresTolog at the start of the season. I told everyone how great they were. I could heat the house with a bag or less a day. They do put out a lot of heat so much so that on the highest setting for our stove they actually over heat the stove and it shuts down. My issue with them now is that the last half ton i have burned each bag has a tremendous amount of saw dust and very very small pellets. Some are less than 1/16th inch. They burn dirty and leave a build up in the burn pot. I have to clean the stove 1-2 times a now. The glass is just nasty within a few hours of burning. I am changing brangs. I wish the quality was what it was at the start of the heating season. At the begening of the heating season I could load up the stove and forget about it for 3-5 days before it needed a cleaning. I try to clean my stove out every 3-4 days and a major clean out every other week. With prestolog as they stand now I am at a major clean out every week or more.

  • Comment Link glenn withrow Monday, 24 December 2012 13:02 posted by glenn withrow

    stove stop working in march 2012 never worked on it till fall found nylon string in auger tryed to contact ligentics several times


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