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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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  • Comment Link andrew Saturday, 09 August 2014 05:02 posted by andrew

    The easy heat is the best pellets of the world

  • Comment Link larry Tuesday, 18 March 2014 14:40 posted by larry

    Ive been burning my American harvest 6039 for 6 years i clean it once a week.I Buy my pellets by the ton I usually use pro pellets. However pro pellets were not available so I bought a ton of easy heat very bad choice.they smell like pine wood as soon as you open the bag.i also noted a lot of sawdust in these easy heat pellets.stove setting is at 3 with pro pellets. stove is set at 6 with easy heat pellets at same weather temps.i will be shoveling the remainder of these into my woodburner in the garage

  • Comment Link Mike Monday, 17 March 2014 21:12 posted by Mike

    Previous comment about the bag smelling of PINE - absolutely correct. NOT a good pellet. I run a Heatilator Cab 50

  • Comment Link David Hartman Tuesday, 04 March 2014 11:23 posted by David Hartman

    I have a countryside magnum that I clean weekly. When I opened the bag of Easy Heat pellets the first thing I smelled was PINE. Please note these are NOT hardwood pellets, nor is it stated on the bag. When I started to burn them, I measured the heat output. Easy Heat pellets were on average 23 degrees cooler than hardwood pellets.

  • Comment Link Gabriel Ramirez Friday, 21 February 2014 18:33 posted by Gabriel Ramirez

    On bag 2 of 50, and I'm pissed. I have a 38,000 btu Englander stove that was keeping my house around 75 degrees with hardwood pellets and a heat setting of 4 (out of 9). Now, my heat setting is at 6, the low fuel feed is turned up to 4, and my living room (where the stove is located) is barely at 65 degrees. These pellets are garbage. They're primarily composed of soft evergreen woods. My hopper smells like pine pitch, and the pellets themselves are crumbly and mottled, indicating a high presence of sapwood and bark. Basically, these are bottom of the barrel. "Premium" is a complete misnomer. They don't have any content specs anywhere on the bag, but I would rate the BTU's at less than 5,000/lb. The ash content is already higher, and the fines (sawdust) were probably closer to 1.5-2%. I'm already planning on sweeping my chimney once a week. All of the pitch in these pellets is sure to be a soot and creosote laden burn.

  • Comment Link Scott Sunday, 09 February 2014 00:38 posted by Scott

    I have a vista flame stove and have burned it for 3 years. Just cleaned the stove and put in easy heat pellets. Will never use these again, set the stove higher and still have low heat. This time of year it is hard to find good burning pellets

  • Comment Link Cal Friday, 24 January 2014 02:38 posted by Cal

    New to pellet stoves, the house we bought has one, a Warnock Hersey. We have been using it all the time to avoid running the propane furnace. We have burned sweet and tart cherry pits and several different kinds of wood pellets, hard and softwood. We purchased 6 bags of Easy-Heat when our local store ran out of ProPellets. Easy-Heat is far and away the worst pellet we have seen. Running the stove full throttle, we dropped from 73 to 55 degrees burning Easy-Heat. I drove 45 miles to another store and purchased more ProPellets. I'm going to return the rest of the Easy-Heats and ask for a refund of the 3 bags I burned. Worthless garbage. I clean the stove every three days and empty the burn chamber every twelve hours.

  • Comment Link Mark Ryan Monday, 20 January 2014 15:29 posted by Mark Ryan

    American Harvest 6309
    Clean weekly. And do a twice a year complete tear down cleaning.
    Ran low on pellets stopped at tsc and bought 10 bags. Questioned the fact that they did not say hard wood but they did say "premium". And at 4.09 a bag yhey should be good right?? Wrong.... We have to set the setting twice as high to get almost the same heat. So we are burning more pellets at a higher cost for the same heat. Dust is about the same. So no gain here. Sorry guys... I wont be buying any more of your product.

  • Comment Link Ron Rayburn Thursday, 26 December 2013 03:18 posted by Ron Rayburn

    Just bought a ton. After just four bags used I am very disappointed with the product. High sawdust content and not as much heat. High soot as we'll. Not a premium product. Hope to get through this ton without too much problems. If them become too of a problem I will give neighbor for outdoor furnace.

  • Comment Link william struewing Friday, 13 December 2013 16:10 posted by william struewing

    The pellets that I purchased have been very disappointing in their make-up and heat distribution. 20-25% that I empty into my (HARMAN STOVE purchased 3/31/20008) are already in sawdust form and end up clogging auger more often. HEAT that is distributed does not provide the warmth that previous brand of pellets did. First year for easy heat and the last. CHEAPER price per bag not worth less performance.

  • Comment Link steve campbell Thursday, 12 December 2013 17:55 posted by steve campbell

    Warnock-Hersey model 25-pfs. As always I always buy a couple trial bags before i make the ton purchase good thing. Stopped last night at a new farm and family store and two bags of easy heat pellets. Got home and done a complete clean on the stove and had a bag of somersets from last year poured them in fired it up and yes..beutiful toasty heat.woke up this morning stove was almost empty and dumped in the easy heats. Bout an hour or so later started getting cold as hell. Checked thhe stove and it was burning. These pellets suck. They do not produce heat for crap. Pay extra to buy something else. What a disapointment. I have my stove almost cranked up to full go and still not getting the heat from it as other pellets I have used with it barely turned up. Pellet length is no where consistent although I haven't noticed any feed issues.I don't mind cleaning my stove so I don't pay much attention to the ash content. I look for good feed and good heat and these pellets have no heat to them.

  • Comment Link Neal Fish Sunday, 01 December 2013 15:12 posted by Neal Fish

    I have an American Harvest stove Mo.#6100. Have had it for 7 years and have never had a problem with it. I do a complete clean twice a year. Also clean ashes & vents as needed. I bought a ton of your wood pellets and have nothing but problems with them! Very high amount of sawdust per bag, very heavy amount of soot, (heavy black soot) and also have to set heat setting twice as high as I do with others pellets to get the same amount of heat! Have to clean furnace weekly now. I will buy my old brand and will not burn yours. ( oh well , you buy cheap, you get cheap, lesson well learned ! ) Very unhappy, Neal

  • Comment Link Deanna Evans Saturday, 30 November 2013 19:29 posted by Deanna Evans

    i have an amaizablaze insert , love it , clean it every 5-7 days. these pellets have so much saw dust in the bag . been using these for only 4 days, bought a ton, will not buy again, will turn on my gas heat before i will buy easy heat pellets. i have not heated my house with gas in 35 yrs. the worst pellets on the market.

  • Comment Link neal fish Saturday, 30 November 2013 00:38 posted by neal fish

    I purchased one ton of your prem. wood pellets for my heated barn witch I have been heating for 6 years now. I clean my stove on a regular program. I have found that with your pellets, I have to set the heat at twice the setting to get the same amount of heat! They also burn with about twice the amount of soot & ashes as other wood pellets. I am very disappointed with this product & will pay more for hardwood pellets from another dealer. Thank you, Neal Fish PS Why will your site not take my comment ???

  • Comment Link Tony Tuesday, 05 November 2013 11:25 posted by Tony

    these are NOT "Premium" Grade. These pellets burn themselves out on the low setting. I rely on a high grade pellet to keep my stove running full time as it is my only heat source. I will never buy these again . I thought they were low priced and high quality . you get what you pay for .. Be=arefoot pellets are the ONLY way to ge.

  • Comment Link Ala Saturday, 12 January 2013 19:46 posted by Ala

    Got a few bag of easy heat pellets early this season my England stove jamed. found metal in the auger. Thought it just a mistake on the factory, picked up 2 tons and after 30 bags more jam again from metal. Stay away from them. Sent a E-mail with pics. Waiting to see if they get back with me

  • Comment Link Whayne Friday, 11 January 2013 10:36 posted by Whayne

    Heating with a Whitfield
    (pre Lennox),bought a ton of this product. Really wish I had not. High ash, extremely high sawdust, pellets range mostly 1/4 inch in size to some I found 2 inches. Actually had a dust fire in the chute. Stove has become high maintenance. I have gone from cleaning once a week while burning Somerset, to daily cleaning with not so Easy Heat. The price at $159.00 a ton was great but in my case did not work for me and my Whitfield stove.

  • Comment Link Mark Thursday, 27 December 2012 17:59 posted by Mark

    my experience with the easy heat brand is that they plugged the auger system on a napoleon fs45. i have also heard of others finding foreign objects in their bags such as metal piece and rubber tubing.

  • Comment Link Ron Sunday, 18 November 2012 22:07 posted by Ron

    Ordered 1 ton with new Quadfire stove Castile , I have had several bags with heavy saw dust, This cloggs the delivery system, twice this year already, We are only half way through the ton would not recomend these pellets to anyone, looking for a better burning pellet in our area now

  • Comment Link LJ Corley Wednesday, 31 October 2012 15:38 posted by LJ Corley

    I have a Lopi Leyden stove which is going on it's third season using America Wood Fiber pellets. My dealer is no longer carrying pellets so I am trying Easy Heat pellets.I did the usual complete clean out of the stove adding to that I normally clean the stove every three or four days for better burn.The Easy Heat pellets have a strong pine smell upon opening the bag and seem to leave more ash in the stove. There is a fair amount of saw dust in the bag as well.I have used wood stove for years but my experience with pellets is limited.

  • Comment Link Ed Monday, 13 August 2012 12:00 posted by Ed

    Pellet prices are really high this year for sure. I live in Geauga county and here are some prices I have seen per ton:
    Easy Heat - $178 to $190
    Country Boy - $201
    Somerset - $230
    AWF - $225
    Hamer - $257
    Pro-Pellet - $215

    I have tried American Wood Fiber (AWF), Hamer and Somerset brands. Best so far have been the Somerset, but could not find them this year close by and for a good price. I paid $165 last year for Somerset. I am giving Easy Heat a try, see they have mixed reviews so far. Just got them this weekend and noticed a strong Pine Smell, so curious % softwood vs. hardwood. I will keep everyone posted.

  • Comment Link Dexter Sunday, 29 April 2012 02:35 posted by Dexter

    I have not had much luck with the company either..

    Found some foreign material in the pellets. Had pics tond was willing to send samples back to Mill....

    Emailed the Mill and they assured me that therr was nothing other than wood??? I still disagree.

    Low Heat, High Ash, High Fines (really high), and smell like plastic?

    Tried them in 3 stoves. Quad CB 1200, Englander 25-PDV, and a Fahrenheit Endurance. None had super results.

    They are a local plant and its the only reason I tried them. Until there Quality Control gets better, I will not buy any.

  • Comment Link C. Gatland Tuesday, 31 January 2012 01:13 posted by C. Gatland

    Unfortunately this is no glowing review, but it is what it is and in no way exaggerated or "over the top" & I clean our US Stove pellet stove weekly...
    Bought 4 tons of this brand and they are by far the worst we have ever used. The sawdust accumulated from each bag is almost 2 lbs and has clogged up out pellet stove on many occasions since Oct. We had to start using a colander on the first ton & collected over 50 lbs of sawdust. The pellets have been less than a half inch on all but about 15 bags in the 2 tons we have used so far. I have had zero luck from the company and am very dis-satisfied with their product.

  • Comment Link William Hunt Wednesday, 25 January 2012 15:45 posted by William Hunt

    I have tested these in my Breckwell 4000 stove. I was stuck on a brand for the last 2 years, Not available this year so tried this brand. On a 3 setting with 3/4 air inlet I received 300 deg air from these where my old brand stayed about 260. Do not see a difference in ash left by these, I clean my stove (vacuum out) weekly. For test I clean after each bag. The one thing that caught my attention was a full bag does not fit in my hopper, I was left with 1/2 gallon milk jug of pellets i had to wait for 2 hours to fit the overage in. I got the same results from the second bag, so i will buy a ton and use them. again lights easy, burns hot, alot in the bag, and a dollar less a bag than my old stand-by... happy heating

  • Comment Link Al   Columbus, Ohio Saturday, 10 December 2011 19:16 posted by Al Columbus, Ohio

    I am burning these in a Heatilatior CAB50. They burn very clean with a decent heat output. Clinkers with these are the smallest I have had with the 5 kinds of pellets I have tried thus far. There are not a lot of fines in them. The only drawback that I have found is that they do not flow as well as others, and I have to occasionally push them towards the feed auger.

  • Comment Link joe, burton ohio Sunday, 30 October 2011 22:10 posted by joe, burton ohio

    just started burning these pellets in a king 5510 us stove. just started like 3 days ago. they look very quality, they seem to burn hot with low ash, and so far, the bags i have opened, VIRTUALLY NO SAW DUST. This is a first for me, i will update again at a later date. i clean my stove out every week, and also clean my chimney out every month.

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