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Comfy Cozy Wood Pellets

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Comfy Cozy Wood Pellet Fuel

Comfy Cozy is manufactured to exceed industry standards established by the Wood Pellet Institute. Available in 40 pound bags, by the ton or private branding.These premium softwood pellets are manufactured by Marwood, a company that uses its own wood fibers to control the source of the products.

Comfy Cozy pellets have extremely low ash, and consistently exceed industry standards for Premium pellets. Their high heat output makes this brand a great value.

All wood pellet fuels are not created equal. Variables include quality and type of sawdust used, quality control, pellet density, pellet length, quantity of fines, ash and sodium as well as experience in manufacturing.

Manufactured by Marwood Ltd.
PO Box 338, Station "A"
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Canada E3B 4Z9

 

 

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18 comments

  • Comment Link Marius Palange Friday, 13 February 2015 16:02 posted by Marius Palange

    Live in northern Maine and am a first year pellet stove user. I share most of experiences, good and bad, using Comfy Cozy pellets. Overall I use these pellets when available because I have found them to be better than others I have tried.

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  • Comment Link Gord Noseworthy Thursday, 15 January 2015 03:24 posted by Gord Noseworthy

    Garbage product. I tried them recently, purchased from Kent and paid too much for them. Ash was average, clinkers were excessive, heat was less. I have a Harman P38. Tried the C-Tire product too, not bad, some dust. The best so far come from Nova Scotia. Will stay with that product now for certain "Eastern Embers"

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  • Comment Link terry Thursday, 02 January 2014 04:44 posted by terry

    i burned comfy cozy the first two years i had a pellet stove..they were the best i have ever used.i have been using a pellet stove for seven years now..i cannot find them any more.

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  • Comment Link Nick DEntremont Thursday, 26 December 2013 22:02 posted by Nick DEntremont

    comfy cosy ? that's debatable. I find that comfy cosy pellets may be a good price and produce little ash but you need to burn more of them to produce the same amount of heat, which in the grand scheme of things renders their lower price a mute point. If you have a newer home that is more efficient to start with then they are a great pellet for you. If your drapes blow in the breeze or you put plastic on your windows every winter I would recommend a different brand.

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  • Comment Link Bill Gehring Saturday, 26 January 2013 02:31 posted by Bill Gehring

    I have a Quadrafire and have used 4-5 different brands in the past 4 years. Comfy Cozy seems to work the best in our stove. It burns hotter than the others and less ash than the others. I live in northern Maine and we get periods sub zero weather...so I'm sticking with what I know works best in the Quadrafire. I pay 240/ton.

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  • Comment Link Toni Saturday, 04 February 2012 15:52 posted by Toni

    Purchased these from Canadian tire as they had the best price @ $5.99 / bag but very dissatisfied with the heat output and the amount of build up on the glass of our quad rafter stove. These are cheap to purchase but feel you are getting what you pay for

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  • Comment Link Joe Provencher Thursday, 02 February 2012 03:44 posted by Joe Provencher

    Not impressed. Bought 4 bags to try. Smelled a little "off". Size seemed decent though a little less consistent than other brands I have burned. Heat was disappointing. Quite a bit of dust in the bag. Okies, Corinth and NEWP all were a better burn in my opinion. Picked these up at a Hearth Works on 28 bypass. Burned in Harman Accentra

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  • Comment Link Andrew Wednesday, 10 November 2010 00:07 posted by Andrew

    I just purchased a large order of Comfy Cozy wood pellets. Immediately I noticed an "unclean" odor coming from the stove when these pellets were used.The odor appears worse when the stove has been just shut off or if the stove ran out of pellets.
    Can you tell me if this is a common problem?

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