Warm Front is a high quality premium grade pellet which is packaged in a clear bag in order to showcase the product to consumers. Warm Front can be found throughout the Northeast, typically in areas where the New England Wood Pellet label cannot be found. They are manufactured from the identical proprietary blend as our New England Wood Pellet brand. To find a dealer in your area check out our dealer locator. Quality characteristics are as follows.
It all starts with the raw materials. We proudly source our sawdust from local mills and put it through a filtering process to ensure only the purest raw materials are used.
The raw material is kiln-dried, eliminating 97% of the moisture in the wood, and then pressed under extreme heat to extract a natural bonding agent. The result is a dry, compacted, all-natural wood pellet that will burn hot, for a long period of time, and leave little to no ash.
Our tried and true blend is 90% Hardwoods and 10% Softwoods all regionally sourced close to our Northeastern Plants.
I have not burned these pellets yet and would love to get a bag in the mail for this 2018 season.
Warm Front Pellets
I live in upstate NY, I have a Castle pellet stove that I can adjust both fan voltage and an air inlet valve that is adjustable. I used green supreme and it is by far the best heat producer but it is very dirty, I have to clean the stove every 24 hours because of the excessive ash. The following year I purchased 6 brands of 4 bags each and found New England brand pellets put out just as good heat but far less ash that Green Supreme, I can go about 3 days before the ash bucket is full. This year we purchased the New England pellets again but I saw this new brand for the area called Warm Front that is made by or with the New England pellets and was cheaper than the New England pellets so I purchased 10 bags to try it and found that these are by far the cleanest pellets I have burned in my stove, it took a couple of bags to find the right fan voltages for this brand, once it was dialed in I cleaned the stove like I do when testing any brand and found that in my stove the Warm Front burned so clean that the window in the door didn’t start to ash up till the 5th day straight and the ash bucket was only half full. So in my opinion Warm front pellets will be my primary purchase followed by New England pellets and then Barefoot pellets. My suggestion is to try different brands and try different adjustments on your stove if it is equipped until you find one or more brands that work for you.
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This is my first and last year using this product. First of all, the product does make decent heat. It was warm and comfortable in my house. However, that is not the problem. The problem is the amount of ash left behind is immense. I have went through 3 vacuums this year trying to clean my stove out. The issue is the pellets only half burn. This leads to the burn pot filling up within a day and then filling over and spilling outside. When you go to clean you have to shut your stove down for at least 8 hours and sift through it every 30 minutes to make sure the half burn pellets finally do burn. I will be switching back to the original brand I was using at tractor supply as I never had these issues before.
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