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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

Pro Pellet

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  • Admin Review: Oct 2017 - Super dense and super low fines. They burned nice and hot! I have loved these pellets for years. The ash was normal and nothing crazy. Love the Pro's

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  • Comment Link William R. Eaken Jr. Friday, 09 February 2018 00:17 posted by William R. Eaken Jr.

    It's Feb ,8,2018 ,and I have used pro pellets for the past 5 or 6 years and was very happy with the high heat and low ash ,well this year I bought my usual 4 ton from the same supplier and wow what a difference this year . We have to vacuum the hopper every day the pellets are so dusty my auger plugs up nearly every 2nd bag unless you vacuum the hopper , my supplier said when I questioned him that it was a quality problem on the 2nd shift because someone turned the dust screens off because of the noise . all I know is these pellets are nasty ,but as we all know all good things come to an end ,so I guess the same goes for wood pellets , And yes I tried contacting the company ,but that doesn't work any better than their pellets ,on the bright side only have 1and a half tons left ,hope they get the problem fixed .

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  • Comment Link Tina Blurton Saturday, 03 February 2018 23:01 posted by Tina Blurton

    I bought 4 tons of Pro Pellets, enough for the whole winter. We have used them for 3 years I will never buy them again. My house smells like fuel oil, I cannot keep the glass clean, I have to cool down at least once a day to clean, smoke is bluish like an old car burning oil, after I clean it my hands are stained as if I was working on the car. All this but what really concerns me is the bluish-green color of the ash. I have had a stuffy nose since it hot cold enough to need a fire, what am I breathing? Wrote an email to company, no response. I will finish what I have but will never purchase again!

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  • Comment Link Lew Powell Tuesday, 30 January 2018 13:47 posted by Lew Powell

    This is the 2nd year we've burned Pro Pellets. Was impressed the first year, but this year the ash content is way excessive, clogs up our burn pot and we have to clean our American Harvest Pellet Stove once a day. We have had 2 instances the burn pot got so clogged the fire backfed into the auger system and cought the hopper on fire. Thank goodness someone was home and able to extinguish the fire. Just yesterday we had a large bolt head jam up our auger that was in a bag of pellets, that was a very frustrating task to repair.

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  • Comment Link Jamie Thursday, 25 January 2018 19:25 posted by Jamie

    My local Family Farm & Home is selling slightly wet bags as animal bedding. No where on the label does it say what kind of hardwoods are used. Is walnut? Because those are extremly toxic to horses.

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  • Comment Link tom Friday, 19 January 2018 20:54 posted by tom

    I have used Pro Pellets for several years. Last week I got my second ton. Before I did I read the TSC reviews, 4 different people said they had bad pellets. I got the same thing. The printing on the bag says 10-17 I can't run my stove for 8 hours before it shuts off with pellets half burned and clogging up the burner. This is obviously a bad batch from pro pellets. Very dissapointed.

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  • Comment Link mark funkhouser Sunday, 24 December 2017 15:02 posted by mark funkhouser

    Worst pellets I have burnt in 12 years. Horrible ash amount and huge clinkers. I
    have to clean my stove everyday.The glass in the door is covered with ash within 12 hrs. I bought 2 tons in November and am going to have to suffer through this winter - but never again. I run a high dollar Breckwell stove that is in excellent condition ...

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  • Comment Link paul taggart Tuesday, 28 March 2017 17:22 posted by paul taggart

    do not like them they leave alot of ash and burn too quickly. they are a hardwood brand and you should be burning a softwood bran made of Douglas fir. i am using a Lopi pellet stove insert in my old fire place. Red pine also is good.

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  • Comment Link Craig Tuesday, 14 March 2017 21:13 posted by Craig

    I've always had good luck with Pro Pellets, Low ash and High heat output. A bag a day burn rate and only had to clean out my stove (USS 5500) every other week. Unfortunately I can't get them locally anymore.

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  • Comment Link Shelly Friday, 10 March 2017 23:55 posted by Shelly

    We have burned pellets for 7 years, these used to be the best, now they are the worst. We only bought this week because locally our stores were out of all other brands and this is all they had in stock. Never again! They have ton of ash, clunkers, burn with black residue and now smell like burning plastic with a black glossy substance on the side of my pit that is burning. Pellets are smoldering and filling the pot without burning completely.

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  • Comment Link Randy Halstead Thursday, 16 February 2017 03:51 posted by Randy Halstead

    These are the best pellets I've found so far, I have a Harmann
    XXV stove. I have tried a few other brands, but seem to always go back to Pro Pellets. I burn about 40 bags before I have to shut down and clean my stove. From 40 bags I have less than two gallons of ash. I purchase my pellets from Dan's Wood Pellets in Brussels, Wisconsin.

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