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Indeck Energy Wood Pellets are the affordable, green energy solution to home heating.
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Indeck Energy Wood Pellets are produced in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, USA.
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Good pellets with a quality mixture of woods. Pellets store well with great waterproofing packaging. Store very well. Bags are durable for individual handling. I have had NO burning issues!
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I hope I never have to get these again. I feel I completely waisted money. Made a dirty mess if my stove. I’ve never had to clean so much ash as I did with these. Stove glass black in hours and never seemed to get up to a good heat. So happy I only got 7 bags.
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I purchased some Indeck in the fall had no problems. Purchased some the other day at Menards. Nothing but problems. Glass is BLACK with soot in about 3 hours. Vents are clean and because of all the soot have to clean pellet stove every day. When I’m do with this load I’m looking at something different. I wish i could take the load back to Menards.
Heat is fine, ash about the same as any other, however lots of dust which I need to clean the hopper more often. There seems to be more crumbles than pellets. Using premium softwood.
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Pillows have a strong smell. Compared to the previous pellets I was using these pellets produce a lot less heat. Pellets also seem to be crumbled and of poor quality compared to previous pellets I have used. I do not recommend these pellets.
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Indeck pellets burn nicely and clean. I found little difference between them Somerset, and Ozark, all being premium hardwood. Easy heat pellets are terrible and are very dirty. I will buy any of those 3 brands but have burned indeck the most because of their close availability and price at Menards. all being hardwood
First yr with a pellet stove and these are the 3rd brand I have tried.. by far the worst of the 3.. WAY more ash than the other two.. more moister content.. sadly I ended up with a pallet “50” bags bc I ordered from lowes thinking I was gonna get the Somerset brand (best of the 3) I can say I’ll NEVER order these again and will not recommend..
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When this ton is done I’ll never use again.
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I bought a half ton of these from Menards just in case I run low on Somersets before they stop selling pellets for the season. I’ve burned 10 bags and will save the other ten bags to mix with good pellets, just to get them used up. The first thing I noticed when I opened the bag was the strong smell of pine. I didn’t expect that from a bag labeled “Premium Hardwood Pellets”. They burned okay for me and seemed to heat well enough but they were the dirtiest pellets I’ve ever burned, lots of soot buildup and the most ashes I’ve ever cleaned out of my stove. I would buy them again if I had to, but only as a last resort.
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I purchased a ton of the Indeck wood pellets after trying out several bags purchased from Lowes and finding that I have never burned a better product. I have used Somerset, Greenway and Ozark Hardwood pellets and found none of them compare to Indeck. The BTU’s of this product is much better than the competition and ash is almost non-existent. I have already recommended Indeck to all of my pellet-burning friends and hope that these pellets are available next year. I have read some of the previous reviews and wonder if Indeck has changed their product.
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