This Years Testing Of The Best Wood Pellets 2017

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New England Wood Pellets

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New England Wood Pellets are a high quality premium grade pellet fuel made from a proprietary blend of hardwood and other wood species. These pellets can be found at many retailers throughout the Northeastern United States. To find a dealer in your area check out our dealer locator. Quality characteristics are as follows.

New England Wood Pellets Manufacturing Facilities

  • Jaffrey Manufacturing Facility 141 Old Sharon Road Jaffrey, NH, 03452
  • Schuyler Manufacturing Facility 172 Diamond Drive Schuyler, NY, 13340
  • Deposit Manufacturing Facility 1580 Airport Road Deposit, NY, 13754


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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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  • Comment Link roland place %PM, %14 %656 %2017 %14:%Apr posted by roland place

    I have a Napoleon NPS40 pellet stove. I have bought New England pellets in the past.Terrible pellets. Burn dirty, I have to clean my stove after every bag.Pellets burn poorly. Just a waste of money. Will look elsewhere next winter.

  • Comment Link Henry Stone %PM, %22 %843 %2016 %19:%Oct posted by Henry Stone

    Why mess with a good thing. I used to be able to find these by the ton and feel lucky if I made it on a delivery list. They sold out, the new product is garbage. Back to search for another honest quality company, not a sell out. Another one bites the "dust".

  • Comment Link aki %PM, %27 %759 %2016 %17:%Mar posted by aki

    Worst pellets I have burned ever. Dust and carbon buildup.
    My p61 burns anything but for the price this is BAD.
    Never again

  • Comment Link Bob %AM, %18 %063 %2016 %00:%Mar posted by Bob

    Quality is just not there. Clinkers like you would not believe.
    Carbon, from burning dirty pellets clogs my burn pot and it fails to ignite my Harman Accentra Free standing stove and Harman 52i insert.(does this to both units) Just found out they have a new owner from California(no wonder) lost me as a customer forever!!
    The best for my stoves :
    La Crete

  • Comment Link Robert stempson %PM, %29 %847 %2016 %19:%Jan posted by Robert stempson

    For many years and these were my favorite Pellets. Are used to rave about them. This year's quality is terrible. High percentage of fines and lots of broken pieces and lots of dust. Very very disappointed. Must be new owner

  • Comment Link meredith odonnell %PM, %20 %026 %2016 %23:%Jan posted by meredith odonnell

    These are the worse pelletts i have ever used there is so much ash i have to clean the stove much more than i ever did it has filled up my vacuum unbelievable i spent a lot of money on these pellets and i am so sorry i bought 3 pallets i should be compensated for the hard time thats i am having i am a senior citizen and have been screwed over.

  • Comment Link Kathleen Knapp %PM, %18 %784 %2016 %17:%Jan posted by Kathleen Knapp

    Very disappointed this year with the New England Wood Pellets - they burn much
    dirtier than in prior years. I keep my pellets stored in an enclosed garage in original wrapping until I need to use - I had to open my 3rd ton yesterday - 2 of the bags I moved into my home for use ( taken from the center of the ton) were frozen; had major clumping of wet pellets - never have had this problem in prior years - I feel that the manufacturing of these pellets are being done so rapidly that quality control is lacking. Just thought you should know - I purchased 5 tons of your pellets this year!!

  • Comment Link Edward Eggerl %PM, %21 %021 %2015 %23:%Dec posted by Edward Eggerl

    I purchased 3 tons of your premium pellets and was very unhappy to discover 5 bag that had regularly spaced holes in them that look like they were created during the bagging process (I have picture). There were a total of 5 bags that are ruined due to moisture. I'd take them back to where they were purchased, but it is not convenient and quite far from where I live. To add insult to injury, when I attempted to contact them via the website, I received a 504 error indicating an issue with your server (which still has not been resolved). So I tried calling them at the number they provided, but their automated phone system just gave me an "Invalid number" response every time I attempted to connect with customer support. This should serve as an indication as to the quality of not only the pellets, but also the company in general.

  • Comment Link Steve %AM, %13 %394 %2015 %08:%Oct posted by Steve

    There are too many inconstencies in the wood pellet industry. The Pellet Institute is a joke, they are not controlling the quality of pellet manufacturers or the retailers who sell the pellets. Many retailers, especially the big box stores, do not store the pellets in a dry location, they store them outdoors in the parking lot in the rain and snow. We burned 6 tons last year, most of it was soaking wet in the bags and crumbled to dust. New England Wood Products Pellets are no better than any of the others. It actually cost us more to heat our home with pellets than it does using oil!

  • Comment Link Marchant %PM, %08 %600 %2015 %13:%Aug posted by Marchant

    I have a New England Stove Works Model 25-PDVC/55-SHP10 and tried the New England Wood Pellets last year which was one of the coldest winters in years in the Southern Tier of NY and was amazed at how clean they burned and excellent heat that they produced. The cost in comparison to other pellets in my area is right on tract.


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