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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

Easy Heat Pellets

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Easy Heat premium grade wood fuel pellets are made from 100% wood created by lumber industry by-products. This makes our pellets a recycled source of energy since the wood we use to make them would otherwise end up in landfills. And because they are a clean biomass energy source, they are better for the environment than burning fossil fuels like natural gas, oil, and coal.

When you use Easy Heat, you're using the best wood fuel pellets available on the market today. Our 100% wood formulation produces high BTUs, low ash, and drastic savings in energy usage and heating costs. We employ exacting quality control measures throughout our production process, including ash and fines content testing, to ensure that every bag of our wood fuel pellets live up to their "premium grade" name and perform as promised.


 

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52 comments

  • Comment Link Eddie Sunday, 05 November 2017 17:54 posted by Eddie

    England stove. Easy heat pellets are low heat high ash pellets. Half the bag is dust. Started using American hard wood pellets. Put out a lot BTU. Low ash and know dust in the bag.

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  • Comment Link Megan Wednesday, 06 September 2017 14:31 posted by Megan

    Easy Heat Wood Pellets worked great in my Harmon P3800! They burned very hot and were fairly inexpensive. There was a little more ash to clean, but other than that I have had no issues. The price is absolutely worth it.

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  • Comment Link ANNEMARIE TAYLOR Friday, 10 February 2017 20:26 posted by ANNEMARIE TAYLOR

    UNFORTUNATELY MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH EASY HEAT PELLETS HAS NOT LIVED UP TO YOUR CLAIMS. THE PELLETS BURN TOO QUICKLY AND PRODUCE HIGH AMOUNTS OF ASH. WE WERE USING A DIFFERENT BRAND THAT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN OUR AREA PRIOR THAT LASTED TWICE AS LONG AND PRODUCED A THIRD OF THE AMOUNT OF ASH.
    WE HAVE THE KING PELLET STOVE.

    THANK YOU.
    ANNEMARIE TAYLOR
    AMTAYLOR72@ICLOUD.COM

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  • Comment Link Mark Thursday, 19 January 2017 03:32 posted by Mark

    Last year I purchased two pallets of Snow Timber pellets from Menards, I could only haul one pallet at a time. When I picked up the first pallet I seen that Menards stored the pellets in the garden center and water was dripping off the roof onto the pallets that day. The top few bags on the Snow Timber pellets caused excessive black soot on the glass from moisture, but did burn. My truck broke and by the time I got back to Menards two weeks later to pick up the second pallet, all they had was Easy Heat Wood Pellets and that is what they loaded me up with. So I didn't question it, and just took the Easy Heat Pellets, the security guard approved it. I had no problem with the Easy Heat Pellets. I have a Harmon P3800. I have used various types of pellets and have found no real difference. As long as the pellets are stored inside and are dry they are fine. But, if kept outside they tend to hold excessive moisture and I think they lose BTU's, and leave black soot on the glass. Any pallets stored outside should be covered to keep moisture and/or frost off. Checking the air flow outlet on any pellet stove is of number one importance and maintaining your stove should be done on a regular basis.

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  • Comment Link Norm Monday, 17 October 2016 22:18 posted by Norm

    The absolute worst pellets I have ever purchased. Just dumped half a ton in the garbage. They disintegrated back to saw dust not properly processed. Seller will not make good on them. Stored inside clean and dry. Just plain garbage don't buy.

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  • Comment Link Brian K Wednesday, 24 February 2016 00:17 posted by Brian K

    Worst pellets I ever burned. Smelled of pine and terrible ash. I even found red and blue plastic throughout each bag. Never but these, they are awful and a waste of hard earned money.

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  • Comment Link Shawn Brodie Monday, 30 November 2015 20:31 posted by Shawn Brodie

    Do not buy Easy Heat wood pellets period!!!!! I have been heating my home with wood pellets since 2002 and never have I seen/used such a substandard pellet.
    Very low BTU, High ash, and they seem to made from cardboard and maybe some pine. Maybe you could use them as a horse bedding or floor sweep!

    JUNK JUNK JUNK

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  • Comment Link John Monday, 27 April 2015 19:36 posted by John

    I bought these pellets this season and they are the worst I have ever used in the past 10 years. They have at least 5 pounds of ash that clogs up my pellet stove auger at least once every 4 days. I can't believe how a company can sell this junk and calls them pellets. DON'T BUY THEM AT ANY PRICE unless you want to take your pellet stove apart to clean it every week. I have a great HARMON ADVANCE stove that is one of the best you can buy, so don't try to tell me it is my stove that is at fault.

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  • Comment Link Angela gibson Sunday, 05 April 2015 13:02 posted by Angela gibson

    Easy heat pellets are the worse pellets we have burned in our pel pro pellet burner pp60. We have went to cleaning out stove from once a week using Magic spark pellets to cleaning it out every other day with the easy heat pellets. They do not put out much heat. In order to get any heat out of them you have to burn it on high. They were a big waste of money.

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  • Comment Link lauren Tuesday, 31 March 2015 17:22 posted by lauren

    Absolute junk .. I rather pay for oil then to put up with the auger jamming . We have struggled all winter with our heat . I have a new born and 6 year old daughter s im trying to keep warm but looks like im using the electric base board for a little . Its a shame we bought 5 tun ... were on our last tun and im done !!!!!

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