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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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  • 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.

  • Comment Link Jeremy Thursday, 13 March 2014 23:35 posted by Jeremy

    I have a Quadra Fire Santa Fe pellet stove and normally burn Greene Team pellets. A pellet stove store rather close to me recommend these stating they are a great product with low ash and high heat. On the plus side, the heat seems as good as my previous brand however unfortunately I have found that they tend to create more ash then I've seen in any other brand I've used. My pellet stove now must be cleaned every 12-24 hours or else it barely runs. I use to be able to go 3-5 days with little worry. I think once this ton is burned though I will be going back to Greene team. I cant see how so many people claim it burns so well. I've been nothing but frustrated

  • Comment Link Wood Pellet User in New Hampshire Thursday, 06 March 2014 02:16 posted by Wood Pellet User in New Hampshire

    I've been a big fan of Greene Team until the demand was so high this year I had to switch back and forth buying by the bags. The only thing the local store (as other stores ran out) had was this Ambiance which was pricier but really didn't have any choice. In fact I had to buy a ton because I didn't know how long this sold-out state would be and didn't want to risk not having fuel. I've been pretty happy with it so far; burns hotter than the Greene Team and the ash is fairly low. I may have to consider getting few tons for next winter!

  • Comment Link Tami Thursday, 27 February 2014 18:50 posted by Tami

    Good Pellet burns hot low ash I will buy this product again.

  • Comment Link Marc F Tuesday, 25 February 2014 13:31 posted by Marc F

    I have burned many different types of pellets over the years in my Enviro stoves and I decided to try these out so I purchased a couple of tons. For a super premium pellet I feel that it definitely under performs. The ash content is really good I will admit but the heat output is low compared to others that I have used. When it's cold I want heat, that's what the stoves are for and If I have to burn twice as many pellets to get the heat I need compared to other brands than I don't feel like they are worth using.

  • Comment Link Scott L. Saturday, 26 October 2013 01:09 posted by Scott L.

    Bought 10 bags of these as I just bought a Harmon P35i for an existing fireplace. While I am no expert on pellets I have tried the TSC pellets, Agway brand pellets and New England Premium Hardwood Pellet Fuel. I would say these are the best I have used so far....light fluffy ash and not a lot of it. Agway was a close second and only $10 cheaper per ton. I will take the easier to manage ash and better burn.

  • Comment Link Anthony C. Thursday, 19 September 2013 11:33 posted by Anthony C.

    Best Pellets ever! Would reccomend these to anyone! They burn hot and last a long time. And the ash very minimum. But that also depends on your stove. I have a Harman P61 and its Awesome. I can burn around 30 bags before i empty my bin. Great in Cold Cold weather here in Northern Maine.

  • Comment Link Jon Tuesday, 17 September 2013 13:49 posted by Jon

    Burned Valfei Ambiance exclusively winter '12/13 and found it to be a very hot and clean burning fuel. Purchased as needed from Stove Keepers in Brookline NH for $250/ton.

  • Comment Link mikeyp Wednesday, 06 February 2013 20:28 posted by mikeyp

    I bought 2 tons of these pellets this year. I have a Harmon p43 stove in my basement set at 75 degrees and I get on average about 16-18 hours per bag. It's been a cold winter and previous brands I've used I'd get about 12-16 hours so I find these burn longer. They are hot too! The only issue is they tend to burn a little dirty and I have to empty the ash bin after every 20 bags or so. I would buy them again.

  • Comment Link Don Tuesday, 29 January 2013 14:14 posted by Don

    Blue seal in concord has them foe 2.49ton

  • Comment Link Bernard Turcotte Monday, 28 January 2013 21:57 posted by Bernard Turcotte

    Bought three tons this year,not burning as well as when i bought them four years ago.Don,t know what changed ,but I am a little disappointed!!

  • Comment Link steve Thursday, 03 January 2013 01:27 posted by steve

    we just had a pellet stove installed this year, they sell both brands made by valfei- ambiance and orford.. both seem to be good for heat output, the ash is higher with the orford and glass get dirtier faster..will be going back for more as a load of 60 bags is almost done in a 2mth timeline. hope to get the ambiance bags

  • Comment Link Tom Filieo Saturday, 01 December 2012 19:24 posted by Tom Filieo

    The WORST pellet that I have used in the ten years I have been burning pellets ! !
    VERY HIGH ash . . . N E V E R again will I buy these JUNK PELLETS !!!!!!!!

  • Comment Link derick Sunday, 26 February 2012 15:57 posted by derick

    cyr lumber in windham, NH carries them

  • Comment Link Gary Hepburn Wednesday, 04 January 2012 19:47 posted by Gary Hepburn

    I'm about 15 bags into a 3 ton purchase and find these to be nice burning pellet. Low ash, high heat output.

    I do find that they require more "air over fire" to burn cleanly than I'm used to after burning Cubex pellets but with that being said once adjusted they burn down nicely with minimal residue.

    I would buy them again.

  • Comment Link M.Layton Wednesday, 04 January 2012 00:00 posted by M.Layton

    I have used your wood pellets for 3 years now. approximatly 3 ton per year. that means 450 empty non recycle bags in my possesion. is there a way they can be recycled?if so stamp on the bag recycleable. by the way,i live in new york state. our recycling laws may be different. THANK YOU

  • Comment Link walter lamy Sunday, 01 January 2012 00:58 posted by walter lamy

    The Stove Keepers in Brookline, NH have Ambiance pellets.

  • Comment Link Ronald Underwood Monday, 12 December 2011 13:21 posted by Ronald Underwood

    We bought ten bags of these pellets to try them and were very pleased. Now we cannot buy them anymore and our local dealer cannot get them...We are very dissapointed in that. They worked the best of any that we have tried. We bought them at The Stove Depot in Londonderry and sure wish that we could get more. Where else can we get them in this area...Great heat and very low ash...

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