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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

New England Wood Pellets

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New England Wood Pellets are a high quality premium grade pellet fuel made from a proprietary blend of hardwood and other wood species. These pellets can be found at many retailers throughout the Northeastern United States. To find a dealer in your area check out our dealer locator. Quality characteristics are as follows.

New England Wood Pellets Manufacturing Facilities

  • Jaffrey Manufacturing Facility 141 Old Sharon Road Jaffrey, NH, 03452
  • Schuyler Manufacturing Facility 172 Diamond Drive Schuyler, NY, 13340
  • Deposit Manufacturing Facility 1580 Airport Road Deposit, NY, 13754

 

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  • Admin Review: August - 2017 - Looking forward to burning some this year!! I always thought these were great pellets

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78 comments

  • Comment Link John Thursday, 27 March 2014 23:07 posted by John

    I have a St. Croix insert which is a little finicky... I have been burning Okanagan Douglas Fir pellets which are great... Unfortunately I burned through my 3.5 ton and it is tough to get any pellets... I bought 10 bags of New England premium wood pellets and these do not come close to the Okanagan Douglas Fir... I fortunately haven't experienced jams with the New England Premium Pellets but the ash and debris on the glass is horrible and the pellets do not release nearly the same amount of heat. (I miss my Douglas Firs!!)

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  • Comment Link Jim B Friday, 07 March 2014 13:25 posted by Jim B

    picked up five bags of New Englanders yesterday. THe pellets supply is very short in the western NY area. Have used Hamers with great success, but these New Englanders are definitely of lesser quality. Glad I didnt buy a ton... I have been buying small batches where ever I find a new recommended pellet. Im a new stove owner and have found this site very accurate. Hamers are selling for $6.50/bag and are the best I have ever burned and better be for the $$$. The New Englander $5.80/bag adequate but too expensive. Green Team has worked well but cant find anymore $5.50/bag. Timber Heat was adequate $4.69/bag- gone. Cheat River was good $4.49/bag -gone. Anyone know where to find good pellets near Wayland/Cohocton NY?

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  • Comment Link John D Sunday, 16 February 2014 12:56 posted by John D

    I just tried 5 bags of New England Wood Pellets. I read here, many reviews not liking these pellets. After burning 5 bags, I have to say these pellets are a quality pellet! 5 bags of these pellets only produces about 1/8 cup of dust and absolutely no fines! They burned hot and 5 bags lasted me 3 days with the stove on the high setting with thermostat set at 72. They did produce a bit of ash in the pot and firebox, but nothing absurd for a mix of hard/soft wood pellet. Good pellet and good price! I would use this pellet again anytime!

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  • Comment Link Jason Wednesday, 12 February 2014 20:51 posted by Jason

    Dirty burn have to shut stove off after a day can't burn longer. They have gone downhill for me time to find a new brand. Burn pot fills up lots of dirty ash. Window gets dirty fast. Have a England stove works 55-SHP-22

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  • Comment Link Joyce A. Fivie Friday, 24 January 2014 15:58 posted by Joyce A. Fivie

    I have burned these pellets for five years and I won't buy them again. I agree with all the peoples comments that the bags are full of dust and they burn up quickley and the heat value is less. I don't know what they changed but they are terrible.

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  • Comment Link Randy Sunday, 19 January 2014 22:42 posted by Randy

    Third year using New England Pellets issues:
    1). great deal of dust when taking pellets out of the bag.
    2). Window on my Harman P68 get dirty right away.
    3). heat output seems less.

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  • Comment Link Chuck Picard Monday, 06 January 2014 17:45 posted by Chuck Picard

    We have a Quadrafire Mt. Vernon insert that is a really great stove. This is the fourth year that we are burning New England pellets exclusively, and it will be the last. The difference in these pellets this year is extremely awful. The lack of heat and the incredible amount of ash is astounding. We started burning in late October with 4 1/2 tons on hand and at the rate they are burning up, we will not make it through the end of February. We normally would have almost a ton left over at the end of the season. Certainly not the pellets we used to get and we won't gamble on them again.

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  • Comment Link David Thursday, 02 January 2014 18:11 posted by David

    I have a Harman P68, I have burned New England Pellets for the past three years. This year these pellets are the worst. I am gettling clinkers in the burn pot, lots and lots of ash, and the glass is always dirtly. I burned a couple of bags of barefoot just to make sure it was the crappy pellets and not the stove. Barefoot burned great, lots of heat, no clinkers to speak of and low ash. I will not buy New England Pellets again.

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  • Comment Link Lisa Monday, 30 December 2013 20:18 posted by Lisa

    I have a harman and have always burnt Barefoot and loved them. I let my neighbor talk me into ordering a ton of these last year in order to split the delivery cost. We only used a few bags to get us through a few chilly spring evening and did not start to seriously burn them until this fall. Low heat output, burns dirty, klinkers which I never had and I need to clean the stove 2 - 3 more often. I will not order these again.

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  • Comment Link Bob Noreau Monday, 23 December 2013 01:53 posted by Bob Noreau

    I have 2 Englander stoves and a Whitfield, unfortunately I could not find an online pellet review when I needed my annual 6 tons. (September) Bought New Engenders, for the first time in four or 5 years. Very disappointed, they are burning very dirty and seem to really lack the BTU output. The ash is so excessive that we need to shut it down every 10-12 hours to vacuum out the burning chambers. I won't be buying these again. My best results have been Barefoot (rarely available here) and Green Team.

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