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LG Granules wood fuel pellets

LG Granules or granules lg,, out of Canada offers top-quality softwood pellets made from Black Spruce and Grey Pine. The company now has a highly trained team of professionals using state-of-the-art equipment allowing them to produce a consistently great product for the consumer.

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  • Heating value: 8,500 BTU/lb on average
  • Tree species: Black Spruce and Grey Pine
  • Density: 40 lbs/ft3 on average
  • Humidity: 4.5% on average
  • Ash: Less than 0.5%
  • Binding agent: Resin (lignin) normally contained in the raw material

 

 

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  • Comment Link Yann Wednesday, 20 August 2014 19:22 posted by Yann

    I burned LG pellets for a season in my Englander, low-end stove after burning the no-name line from Lowes the two previous seasons. The no-names (can't recall what they were but they don't carry them here in the Bangor market anymore anyway) burned very well. Last year I burned 2 ton of Energex then supplemented with an additional 1/2 ton due to the long, cold season we had.
    The LG pellets were by far the best. Clean bags, very low fines, low ash, very good heat output. The no names were....OK. The first load of Energex were fair to middling and the 1/2 ton bought late in the season were absolutely horrible. Dirty burn, clinkers. You name it. Just very poor quality burning in the same stove with the same settings. I vacuum the fire pot every day but this was awful.
    No one carries the LG line hereabouts. Too far to haul them I guess. And of course no one answers the phone at the mill either so I could not locate a supplier here in Maine. I guess that is the state of affairs with pellet manufacturers and stoves and various owners. Far too much variability to be anything but a crap shoot I'm afraid.

  • Comment Link Tom Phinney Monday, 04 August 2014 19:26 posted by Tom Phinney

    Purchased an Austroflamm Integra back in 1996 and that stove would burn just about anything short of dog do with no problems whatsoever. Replaced stove with next generation Rika Integra II with all the bells and whistles last Fall at the beginning of the heating system. No matter what I burned, the sensitive technology would go through automatic shutdown about every 4-5 hours of burning because of ash buildup in the burn pot - even the auto clean set at every 45 minutes had no effect. Purchased 10 bags of these LG Granules around Feb 15th and burned all 10 bags with no shutdown and nothing but dusty granules in the burn pot. Hopefully quality is consistent as I plan on buying 3 tons as soon as they are available for delivery

  • Comment Link Marik Friday, 28 March 2014 01:16 posted by Marik

    Ferestien Feed and Supply in foxborough, ma has these pellets currently (as of 3/27).

  • Comment Link brian Sunday, 23 February 2014 04:05 posted by brian

    I have a piazzetta sabrina pellet stove. First year burning we have go e through 3 tons and many trial runs. Vermont (hottest and favorite but sells out quick) Maine softwood (1 ton ok heat but dirty and lots of ash) NEW ENGLAND 5 bags between deliveries never again) and now on a ton of lg's. Great pellet for the money 290 a ton in February. Heat out put is great ash ok but keeps glass clean. No clunkers and surprisingly consistent size. I would consider this pellet in the future and recommend a trial run as each stove is different.

  • Comment Link david atkinson Monday, 17 February 2014 13:25 posted by david atkinson

    I've been burning pellets for two years now and love them. But the bags are getting heavy for a 73 year old guy. Have you given any thought of bagging in 20 pound bags for us feeble people?

  • Comment Link Paul Burns Sunday, 05 January 2014 14:38 posted by Paul Burns

    I bought my Harman p-68 pellet stove 2yrs ago and have tried many pellets. Your I have found burn the best in my stove. However I am finding it difficult to get them when I need them. I live in Randolph Vt. and the closest dealer is in Montpelier. They will sell it by the ton but only allow me to get 10 bags at a time. Can you locate me another dealer close by?

  • Comment Link Heather Lacet Monday, 25 November 2013 19:55 posted by Heather Lacet

    I have a Savannah pellet stove and have burned the LG Granule pellets for the last few years. They have always been excellent pellets. So this year, I purchased 100 bags and much to my dismay, something has changed and I am getting chunks. I normally clean my stove every other day and now I have to clean it every day. I am so disappointed that something with these pellets has changed.

  • Comment Link John Butler Monday, 23 September 2013 23:10 posted by John Butler

    I purchased a Lopi AGP pellet stove for a new home last February. I started it Feb. 15 and used it as my only heat source for the remainder of the season. I did considerable research on this website and others before deciding on a pellet brand. a final decision was made to buy LG wood granules.I burned approximately 1.5 tons from mid Feb to the end of the heating season. Very pleased with the performance of both pellets and stove. Minimal work to keep the stove very clean and very good heat output. the pellets were purchased from Henry McManus in Barrington NH. Henry sells both pellets and coal at 464 Greenhill Rd in Barrington
    Phone 603-335-3128. Current price is $269/ton for LG,s. He will deliver or haul your own.
    Hope someone finds this useful. John

  • Comment Link Jay Galvin Monday, 16 September 2013 19:16 posted by Jay Galvin

    I burned 6 tons of granules LG last year. Pellets are good but the bags were defective, splitting at the seams causing a great deal of stress and mess. I would be sure bags are good before purchasing again. Worst pellet experience in 7 years of burning.

  • Comment Link Susan Tuesday, 01 January 2013 14:13 posted by Susan

    Where can I purchase these pellets . The local store sells them for 7.95 a bag and I think I should get them somewhere else for less.

  • Comment Link Ivan Rhoades Wednesday, 25 July 2012 18:00 posted by Ivan Rhoades

    I live in Canada and buy 3 tons each year along with 4 buddies in the village where we live. This years price up here from my supplier is $4.25 a bag. Clean my Harman P68 stove each week and major clean after burning 1 ton. Ash content is low. Last year I tried hardwood pellets paid .65 a bag more, less ash but no difference in heat. Have been using LG for 7 years.

  • Comment Link mlove Tuesday, 14 February 2012 19:16 posted by mlove

    I am using a stove for the first time this year - harman accentra insert. It is heating my 2500 sq ft house by itself and the LG pellets have been great. I got a few bags to try and after 3 bags my stove has less than half the amount of ash from a single bag of green team from lowes. SO far I am impressed and will be buying several tons of these for next year!

  • Comment Link Jeff Brunsell Friday, 27 January 2012 01:26 posted by Jeff Brunsell

    I burn the LG pellets in an Englander 25V for supplemental heat for our Oil. I burn about 3 Tons a year. I run the stove for about 20 hours a day and clean it daily as the burn plate on my stove is not the best design. I love the low ash and high heat output I get from the LG pellets, there does not seem to be a better combination and the price is quite stable, at least for the last 4 years. I would recommend everyone try at least a few bags to see if they are a good fit.

  • Comment Link Steve Wednesday, 14 December 2011 00:57 posted by Steve

    I have a Harmon XXV stove. Heats about 2100 sq ft. This is the 4th season. I burned LG 2 years ago and burned the cleanfire premium plus last year. Seemed to produce more ash. I liked the LG granules better, less ash, seemed to burn cleaner and hotter, pellets lit easier. This year went back to the LG. Burn 4 tons a year. I clean at least once per week depending on usage. It runs 24 hrs a day off of the room air sensor. Prices have been stable for the last 4 years. Love it.
    Weare,NH

  • Comment Link Herbert O. James, Jr. Monday, 08 August 2011 18:14 posted by Herbert O. James, Jr.

    I have used the LG Wood Pellets for a cuple of years and after trying some of the other brands sold by Lowes and Home Depot and Wal-Mart, the LG product is the best, so far.
    I get great heat, low ash and am very satisfied with everything but the price I have to pay.
    Looking for a better price for this great products. $375.00 plus 6.25% sales tax and absorbitant deliver fee, makes it a little tough. We used 3 tons a year.

  • Comment Link Rose Thursday, 12 May 2011 17:07 posted by Rose

    I have a Breckwell Big E and for the most part I have burned New England and have been satisfied until this past year. Lots of ash and lots of cleaning. I have experimented with lots of brands for short spans and find that these companies need to find a way to achieve some consistency with their product. I will be trying the LG's for the upcoming heating season. I did a trial with them and they had significantly less ash as compared to New England.

  • Comment Link Tig Saturday, 19 March 2011 22:31 posted by Tig

    I have used New England Pellets for a couple of years and will no longer purchase them. They produce lots of residue and ash and not as much heat as the soft wood pellets. I like the LG and Okanagan the best. The ash is so much less and the heat output is excellent. This year I have already purchased 3 tons of LG as the price is definitely very good in the Spring.

  • Comment Link Laura Monday, 06 December 2010 20:37 posted by Laura

    I purchased 3 tons of LG granule pellets with high expectations and so far I'm not to thrilled, the ash volume it tremendous I clean my stove daily because it builds up fast! I also noticed I've been burning two bags daily keeping the stove on medium. This is my third winter using the stove and this brand so far hasn't been as successful as I thought.

  • Comment Link rob Sunday, 13 June 2010 12:38 posted by rob

    what type of pellet stove?

  • Comment Link Cam Tuesday, 18 May 2010 17:57 posted by Cam

    I found the LG Pellets to be very poor quality. Manifold temperature was 25-35 degrees less at all heat settings and the high ash created enormous amounts of extra regular cleaning. This was the second and last time I will try them.

  • Comment Link janet Monday, 12 April 2010 18:41 posted by janet

    Where did you get the LG pellets? I have used New England pellets for the last couple of years and noticed this yeat that they do not seem to be putting out as much heat as in the past. A pellet stove dealer just told me that I should try soft wood pellets.

  • Comment Link Mike Johnston Wednesday, 07 April 2010 22:17 posted by Mike Johnston

    Good to know I just purchased 4.5 tons of LG and like you was highly disappointed by NEWP had to clean burn box after 4 bags. I have also just tried Turman Hardwoods and was quite pleased with their performance.

  • Comment Link harold Tuesday, 23 February 2010 00:42 posted by harold

    LG Pellets are excellent. I have been using them for 2 years. High heat Low ash. I just bought some NEW ENGLAND WOODPELLETS they were on craigs list the fellow was moving. They are terrible low heat and too much ash. I only bought 10 bags and will never buy New England again. LG PELLETS spoiled me. I"M in Hudson Valley NY.

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