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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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  • Comment Link MA Mike Sunday, 20 January 2013 06:00 posted by MA Mike

    I sent my wife to order a ton of Green Supreme pellets and she went to the wrong store and a ton of New England Wood Pellets was delivered to my confusion. After realizing what happened I accepted the delivery knowing that NEWP manufactures Green Supreme, I was surprised to see the BTU rating was 8200 and not 8300 (nothing like having a ton of pellets you've never tried). Luckily my Timberwolf TPS-35 burns them quite nicely and relatively close in temp to the Green supreme, I didn't notice any more ash than I had when I burned Barefoot and the cost with delivery was $259 a ton. I will be ordering another ton soon!

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  • Comment Link leo langelier Monday, 14 January 2013 12:48 posted by leo langelier

    have a Harmon p35i insert tried these pellets, found excessive fines, had to wipe out hopper, burns very dirty, excessive ash, will not burn any more, too dirty stove requires constant cleaning using these pellets. Switching back to Geneva hardwood pellets

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  • Comment Link Nicole Friday, 04 January 2013 14:14 posted by Nicole

    We have had our Harman Accentra for just over two weeks. It came with two free tons of New England Pellets and we were lead to believe that this was a high quality, slow burn, low ash pellet. Home is 1900 square ft, and in Westernm, MA. The outside temp was single digit cold the last two days - Filled the stove with a bag at 7:30am and by the time I came home at 4:45 it was completely out. Since the temps dropped we are going through about 2-3 bags a day and the stove will still go out. Thoughts or comments?

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  • Comment Link jeff s Saturday, 22 December 2012 19:19 posted by jeff s

    I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that New England Pellets are a lot longer this year? I have a Harman P-68 that the auger has to break them witch results in a banging noise.

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  • Comment Link Jeff S Saturday, 22 December 2012 19:06 posted by Jeff S

    I have been burning New England Pellets since 1999 an average of 3 ton a year for the 1st 11 years I had a Whitfield Profile 30, Now I have a Harman P-68 This year with the New England Pellets they are very long and have to get broken by the auger, that makes a loud bang noise has anyone else noticed that?

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  • Comment Link vtmaestro Thursday, 20 December 2012 20:19 posted by vtmaestro

    We are in our second season of heating our 2000 sq/ft (above ground) colonial home with an Enviro Meridian Fireplace insert in Northwest Vermont. Just picked up a ton of Northeast Pellets. After a few bags, I am regretting the purchase of a full ton. Having lots of problems with ash. My wife and I have never seen the firepot fill up with so much thick heavy ash. Really big chunks and I have seen a quite a few bits of pellets that have not burned completely. I will not buy Northeast again.

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  • Comment Link Adam Lewis Thursday, 13 December 2012 20:04 posted by Adam Lewis

    I too have been having trouble. Burning in a Quad CB1200 I have seen a lot more fines and dust, poor heat and a dirtier stove. Also this time more wet pellets. I clean our burn pot daily and a full cleaning of the burn area weekly and a through whole system once a month.

    The good news is I wrote to customer service there and they replied with info and gave a lot of descent information. I would encourage all who have trouble with the pellet to contact NEWP and tell them about it. They cannot fix something that they do not know about. You can contact Leanne at info@pelletheat.com and she will be glad to listen and help you. And no I am not with NEWP. We are now trying a new pellet "Northeast".

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  • Comment Link Ernie C. Monday, 03 December 2012 15:12 posted by Ernie C.

    i have burned N.E pellets for 5 years had a problem with them clogging up burn pot 2 years ago. Last year they were just ok, tried them again this year again clogging up burn pot. also this year they are not burning very hot, I will not buy these again.

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  • Comment Link NY transplant Sunday, 25 November 2012 13:33 posted by NY transplant

    I decided to try the NE's to broaden my experience base on different types of pellets. My first comment came when I poured the Baggie in the hopper and was met by a large plume of dust billowing up. Thought it was an isolated incident but realized quickly this was not the case. The next impression came when I was met by an off odor, coming either from the plastic bag, or the pellets. Again I gave it time time subside and concluded that it was similar to a bottle of wine taking its first breath after opening. It definitely did not smell like the sweet piney goodness of softwood pellets.
    Burning- heat was substantially less output than what I am used to, and these things never really threw off the heat that I want and expect. Looking at the bag displayed a BTU range of only 7900-8200 btus at 3% moisture. These definitely struggle to get that far. I was told by the salesperson that it is is good shoulder pellet, when the temps out side are moderate and save the hot burning pellets for when the temperatures drop cold. That always baffles as I don't know why you would ever want a "cooler" burning pellet?? Adjust your burn rate lower and slower, and you run more efficiently than burning just for the sake of burning.
    Ash content- very much build up and very quickly on the edge of the burn pot. Large "chunks" of ash clods quickly accumulated even when calling for middle road temps. Normally this will happen over a long period of time when I burn low and slow, but is a much less. With these it suffocates the air supply very quickly, and chokes the fire and efficiency. I clean my stove approximately every week and half, so it does operate as spec'ed.

    Normally I run Vermont softwood through my machine, a Harman Accentra. You can run dog kibble through it if you'd like. While some hardwoods MAY burn hotter, these New England's definitely don't work in my machine and will be avoided, surprising for Harmans.

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  • Comment Link phyllis Steeves Thursday, 01 November 2012 00:43 posted by phyllis Steeves

    I have always used new england pellets and liked them, but last winter must have got a bad batch. Stove got dirty within a couple days. Always clean stove once a week too. Deciding if I should try another brand !!

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