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Ambiance Wood Pellets by Valfei

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SUPER PREMIUM 100% HARDWOOD.  Found throughout New England, NY, NJ, OH, Penn

Valfei super premium wood pellets are made of 100% hardwood, mostly maple, oak and wild cherry. They are produced in our Shawinigan (Quebec, Canada) production plant.

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  • Admin Review: Oct 2014: Absolutely fantastic burn this year. One of the best so far! Grab these when and where you can.

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  • Comment Link Mike Irving Saturday, 29 November 2014 15:01 posted by Mike Irving

    This is the second year I have purchased these pellets. And this year I couldn't be more disappointed. The ash volume is huge. Something is definitely different. Also the "clinkers" are harder to remove. I have written to the Manufacturer but they will not respond. I may not purchase these pellets again. Also take note : the same Manufacturer also sells Orford. different bag-same pellets.

  • Comment Link BG Monday, 20 October 2014 00:16 posted by BG

    Bought 2 tons of these and so far they burn great and give out good heat. Glad I bought them. Had Geneva last year and those were junk, tons of ash and low heat output

  • Comment Link HG Friday, 10 October 2014 21:54 posted by HG

    I have tried numerous pellet brands and for my stove these were the worst. I own a heatilator PS35 and have mainly used Genevas(work best for my stove so far). I bought one ton of the Ambiance brand late last season because of the shortage. Lots of soot and ash. My stove ran fine until I used these pellets. I WILL NEVER BUY AGAIN!

  • Comment Link Mike Wednesday, 03 September 2014 21:12 posted by Mike

    Was looking for a replacement brand for New England wood pellets that produced less ash. Tried 9 different brands including a few days worth of so-called premium (the $300+/ton stuff). Ambiance had the best heat output and there was significantly less ash than the rest. Theyre also reasonably priced around $250ish per ton as of 2014.

  • Comment Link Zach Simmons Wednesday, 19 March 2014 11:49 posted by Zach Simmons

    Had a couple bags of these when I first bought my stove and can honestly say, I wish I woulda bought a couple tons while they were in stock. These had low ash when I tried them and high heat output. I ran these in my CAB 50.

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