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Maine Woods Pellets

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Maine Woods Pellets Fuel Pellets

Maine Woods pellets are a blend of 65% hardwood and 35% softwood. The hardwood provides a longer burning, high heat fuel while the softwood adds extra durabilty creating a strong pellet that will not crumble.

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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 Domenic Maccio Friday, 28 January 2011 21:24 posted by Domenic Maccio

    I am totally confused as I have had nothing but issues with this pellet. We live in Maine and I always try to purchase from Maine companies, but we are completely dissatisfied with these pellets.

    Long pellets and a lot of fines has created constant clogging. Maybe I got a bad batch, but we purchased 3 pallets in November and are now stuck screening each bag before use.

    The company offered to replace which shows great customer service, but we stacked 3 tons in our basement and dont feel like carrying them back out now.

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  • Comment Link Walter Thursday, 20 January 2011 02:33 posted by Walter

    I purchased 2 tons of these back in December 2010. I have already burned 1 ton. They burn good and hot. The ash is minimal. My biggest complaint is the amount of fines in the bag. Honestly though that is very little to complain about. Over all these pellets burn hot. For the money you can't beat them.

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  • Comment Link JSmith Monday, 17 January 2011 02:56 posted by JSmith

    Best pellet I've used for less than $250 a ton. Very little ash, very little fines, burn as clean as Barefoot, ignite quickly with little sooting, no clinkers

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  • Comment Link Kevin Thursday, 06 January 2011 14:17 posted by Kevin

    I am very impressed with Maine Pellets. I have tried many different brands out there and these really do put out the heat...low ash...and consistent. I had read some troubling reviews that had made me want to stay far away from these pellets. I would say that this year they have the kinks worked out...so try them again...I tried a few bags on a whim and was so impressed I purchased 2 tons. I have a 2000 plus sq. ft. house and it stays warm and toasty. My wife is very happy and that goes a long way...it was 12 degrees when I woke up this morning and my living room was 73 and the other rooms downstairs were 70. Thanks for a great pellet.

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  • Comment Link steve Thursday, 21 October 2010 13:18 posted by steve

    I already had my pellets for the burning season, and a full oil tank. I decided I could afford to try your product when the guy in Jay gave an offer too good to refuse. So far, I have burned about 10 bags of your new Pellets. I want to tell you they are burning great! Not at all the pellet I had known before. For the past 2 years, I've been burring Energex from Canada. They cost more, but gave me a dependable burn.
    Given a choice, I would prefer to keep my business close to home. If you manage to keep the quality up and the prices competitive, I'll be buying my next burning season's pellets from your company.
    I have a Napoleon pellet stove. In the past with Energex, I had had to clean clean the glass about every day. Usually on the 3ed day I have to remove a crumbly "bird's nest" of ash from the burn pot. This year, I added an outside air connection to the stove. That is when I started burning my new ton of Athens. Wow! no ash in the burn pot on any day. Glass needs to be cleaned on day 3, even then not as bad as it was on day one before. Wipes right off with a paper towel. Pellets are dust free and do not crumble when you roll them between you fingers. I want you to know that when I hear some "potty mouth" talk about your product, I am quick to tell them to contact you directly. Things have changed up there, and who better to explain it to them but you.

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  • Comment Link Gerr Lizotte Sunday, 09 May 2010 14:32 posted by Gerr Lizotte

    I purchased three tons for the 2009 season and got plenty of experience cleaning my stove.(every three days) The was also very low compared to other pellets I used. I would not recomend to anyone.

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  • Comment Link josh Sunday, 02 May 2010 11:51 posted by josh

    burned 6 tons of them '09-'10 season, high ash, whenever the auger was turning there were quite a few sparks.
    I bought another three tons for this season, I read that they have a new team in charge at the plant and a new blend of wood, the new bag only says premium wood pellets and doesn't mention Maine Woods anywhere on it.

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  • Comment Link Heather Frost Tuesday, 23 March 2010 22:36 posted by Heather Frost

    Good for Spring or early fall, but the ash content is excessive and terrible soot build up. The upside is its a slow burner. For me though won't buy again

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