I cannot find any info online about these pellets.
Please include the model of your stove in your review of these pellets.
I bought a ton from Lowe's in Farmingdale. Half the ton was either fines or swollen from water. Ever bring home and stack 50 bags in the shed only to reload them in the van to return them and come home with a ton of a different brand. I don't think my teenage son will ever help me again.
Better to spend a little extra now and save the frustration.
bought 5 bags to try them, as the rest of you. Wasted my money ....! on wet azz pellets that give no heat. How's does this company even still exist. With product like this. What happen to American pride. Your company just in it for the mighty dollar.
Well I have huge following on a social media site. I make sure to let them know about your wet sawdust in a bag.
I Got Ripped OFF
Bio-maxx produces them. Same thing as dry Creek except in a different bag. The reason they do this is because Dry Creek brand comes with a territory that dealers can sell into. Once they place the same pellet into a different bag they can avoid they territory issues and open the flood gates for sales. Great pellet, hot burning, low ash, and made in NY with hardwood from NY/PA boarderReport
I bought 150 bags of timber heat pellets &22 bags in the center was not sealed &WET I HAD ONE BIG MESS I SHEDE I AM NOT HAPPY THANK YOU DENNIS LAWRENCEReport
These pellets are horrible. The pellets don't burn in my stove, the burn for an hour then the pot gets filled up with in burned pellets and smokes through the whole house. I won't buy these pellets again.Report
Timber Heat wood pellets made by bio maxx inc. are the worst pellets I have ever used in my wood pellet stove. The amount of fines (saw dust) is excessive. It is like they are adding it just to make the weight of the bag. The average length of the pellet as 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch at the most. I bought 1 ton of these pellets and each bag contained at least 1/4 to a 1/2 pound of fines (saw dust ) I have never experience such a horrible product in the 20 years of having my pellet stove. I would never recommend this product or purchase it ever again. Each bag had to be sifted before I could use it.Report
This is my 8th season burning wood pellets. I have a Quadafire Classic Bay 1200 pellet stove. I live on Long Island NY and have tried as least 50 different pellets over the years. I just happened to be in Lowes the other day and saw a brand of wood pellets I have never seen. I picked up 10 bags of Timber Heat pellets.
Cleaned out my stove when I was done with the batch I had burning. Opened my first bag of pellets and 35% of the bag was fines. never had that before, pellets were 1/4 t0 1/2 inch long swimming in sawdust. I have never had a problem burning anything in my stove and this stove has seen a lot of lousy pellets. It burned these also after burning 4 bags I had more ash then the worst pellet ever burned. They burn fast and produce average heat. In a pinch ok but to buy 3 tons never. The best pellet I have ever burned is country boy white lightning wood pellets by far the best hard wood pellet on the market. After this experience with Timber Heat. I will order 3 tons of country boy instead of 2 and trying to find pellets as good as them. My experimenting days are over thanks to timber heat its country boy white lightning wood pellets all the way.
I would say buy these at your stoves risk!!!
Timber Heat are awesome!! We have a Harman P43 they burn great in it. House is cozy warm. Does anyone know where else we can buy these besides Lowes they are out of stock and we have never seen them there before last week. Thanks in advance.Report
Timber heat wood pellets are not good at all.
Very ashy and not clean burning ,not much heat from them either. I have 2 stoves a quadrafire and a kozi.
This is the first ton of these pellets I am burning in my Harman P43 stove. compared to the Green Supreme pellets I have been burning, They seem to have more ash and build up in the burn pot more quickly. The heat output may be a little lower than the Green Supreme pellets I burned previously. The pellets seem shorter and less uniform by comparison. I usually keep an oven thermometer on the top of the stove combustion chamber and it is reading between 30-50 degrees lower than the Green Supreme pellets did. The bags are also thinner plastic than the Green Supreme bags and easier to puncture. The bags do not provide any Technical Specs on the pellets. I hope Lowes runs out of these quickly and gets better quality pellets in the future.Report