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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

Stove Chow Wood Pellets

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Stove Chow Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Stove Chow pellets are out of PA by Premier Pellet.  Premier Pellet has locations in PA and Canada.  Is this Energex?


 

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  • Admin Review: August - 2017 - Looking forward to burning some this year!! They are sometimes hit or miss

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111 comments

  • Comment Link Brown Eye Man Wednesday, 26 December 2012 17:42 posted by Brown Eye Man

    Average pellet for mid season, preferred as a shoulder season heat source. High ash content. Good price at $4.18 at Home Depot on Long Island. If you are cleaning your stove everyday, then it is a good bang for the buck.

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  • Comment Link Tim Sunday, 23 December 2012 16:34 posted by Tim

    Ok, maybe this will help with the good then not good. Last year 2011 the quality was better, more heat less ash. Even alot less dust in the bag. The quality depends on the saw dust they are able to get, period.. If the manufacturing company has their own sawmill they have more control over quality. I'm only buying one ton this year, last year bought 2.

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  • Comment Link Peggy Saunders Tuesday, 11 December 2012 23:19 posted by Peggy Saunders

    Would like to know where can we purchase the brand Stove Chow wood pellets in the area of New Hartford or Utica, NY area. The Home Depot in New Hartford, on French Road does not carry them. Is there a store in the area that sells that brand of wood pellets.

    Thank you

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  • Comment Link Peggy Saunders Tuesday, 11 December 2012 23:18 posted by Peggy Saunders

    Would like to know where can we purchase the brand Stove Chow wood pellets in the area of New Hartford or Utica, NY area. The Home Depot in New Hartford, on French Road does not carry them. Is there a store in the area that sells that brand of wood pellets.

    Thank you

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  • Comment Link Rich V Tuesday, 27 November 2012 13:29 posted by Rich V

    I'm brand new to this. I have an Eco-Aire Window Pellet Unit (USSC). These pellets work. I run the stove on the lowest setting and it keeps my 860 sq ft home over 70 degrees when the outside low temperature is in the high 20's. I must turn it off when outside is in the 50's or it gets over 80 in here. I must clean out my burn pot twice a day because it completely fills up with ash. I tried a couple other pellet brands already that don't put out as much heat and/or jam my auger. I use these because they are cheap at my local Home Depot. Will try others to see if I can get less ash build-up

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  • Comment Link MarcusK Monday, 12 November 2012 01:44 posted by MarcusK

    We've been burning Stove Chow pellets for about month now and they do burn very hot. Much less saw dust/fines, hotter, and cheaper than the Okanogans I was burning for the past couple years. The one negative of the Stove Chow is the amount of ash. The Okanogans does have much less ash. I am cleaning out the stove much more often. All in all, a good purchase.

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  • Comment Link Angel Tuesday, 06 November 2012 22:09 posted by Angel

    How the store keeps their supply stored makes all the difference because moisture will cause pellets to expand and become sawdust. When i first installed my New Englader stove last year, i was anxious to try it, so i went to Home Depot and picked up 1 bag of American Wood Fibers that they had stored in a cage outside the store. When i opened the bag, the pellets were pale and swollen. Just grabbing a bunch of them out the bag would disintegrate in your hand and turn to sawdust. I walked right back in and got a refund. I then did my research and went with New England premium wood pellets which I bought from a local coal dealer at $325 a ton. I have been burning that and I truly love them, but i ran into a bag of Stove Chow at Home Depot and so for $4.18 a bag, I figured its worth a shot. Thats $209 a ton vs $325 a ton for New Englad brand. I have not fired up the Stove Chow yet, I bought it today and with temps in the teens tonight, this will be the ultimate test. I will be sure to post tomorrow on my findings. As for the New England brand, i get a handful of ash on the burn pot after every bag. I vacuum after each bag because i'm a neat-freak. The one other thing I love about New England brand is that they are packaged in a clear bag which allows you to see the quality of the pellets and if theres any sawdust in the bag before you buy. STAY AWAY from bags that have great amounts of noticeable sawdust. I purchased 2 tons of New England premium and all the bags were great, no visible sawdust. The only reason i have chosen to try Stove Chow is because of my quest for less expensive pellets to save me more money on my alternate source of heating !! I want to start an Oil Haters club! Lol

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  • Comment Link Dennis Saturday, 03 November 2012 11:51 posted by Dennis

    Trying some stove chow this year, burns great for a softwood mix, does not burn as good as a hardwood but for $209 a ton it's hard to beat. Englander 25pdvc

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  • Comment Link Louis Sunday, 14 October 2012 01:19 posted by Louis

    I have a harmon Advance and these pellets burn great. I bought the most expensive pellets I could buy last year, and I am comparing the stove Chow and these burn hot. I noticed most of the people with the Harmon Stoves seems to like the Stove Chow pellets as I do, I guess there is a difference in the stove.

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  • Comment Link Al Saturday, 11 August 2012 14:54 posted by Al

    I just read all the reviewsfor the Stove Chow pellets. Kinda reminds me of whats better Ford or Chevy. I've been burning pellets for I don't know how many years. I've tried a bunch from the number #1 rated Cubex, Spruce Pointe, Energex, Dry Creek, etc. They all suck especially Cubex. Worst year I every had when I had them. Dealer would not take them back. I bought Stove Chow from Home Depot at $55 a ton cheaper and they work great. I have a Harman insert and I think I can burn water in it. Everything is a matter of opinion including mine.

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