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Geneva Wood Pellets

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Geneva currently produces and markets the Maine's Choice and Geneva Wood Pellets brands of residential hardwood pellet fuel. Both brands are rapidly becoming two of the most recognized and respected brands of hardwood pellets in the Northeast.

  • Super Premium Grade
  • Ash Content Less than 0.5%
  • Moisture Less than4%-6%
  • Heat Value over 8400 BTU per pound
  • Fines Less than 0.5%

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34 comments

  • Comment Link Mahmahmonkey %AM, %21 %488 %2015 %10:%Nov posted by Mahmahmonkey

    High ash output. I rate a pellet by how often I am required to clean my stove. This brand lasted a couple bags and the burn pot needed a cleaning. The best I've ever burned is Country Boy White Lightning.

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  • Comment Link Jeremy %PM, %10 %040 %2015 %23:%Nov posted by Jeremy

    I burned this brand last year and they were amazing, this season, the fines are out of control! They are burning well but I bet there are 6 to 8 cups of fines each bag... And who do you contact in the company to talk to someone, they website is even down.

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  • Comment Link Ida W. Page %PM, %09 %630 %2015 %14:%Nov posted by Ida W. Page

    Every bag of purchased pellets, so far, have had a double line of holes in the bags and the fines are unreasonable. I assume that the excessive ash is because of the holes in the bag. Why would you put wood pellets in bags with holes in them to allow the moisture in?

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  • Comment Link Bob %AM, %19 %124 %2015 %01:%Feb posted by Bob

    I've been using these pellets all season in my Harman Advance and I'm very happy with them. Much better than the stuff at the big box stores.

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  • Comment Link Opie %AM, %08 %092 %2015 %01:%Feb posted by Opie

    Don't get this brand. Horrible pellets. The pellets clumped up and filled my ash pot after about 4 hours. Heat not so good.

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  • Comment Link sam %PM, %03 %580 %2015 %12:%Feb posted by sam

    I have been burning pellets for 4 years. This is one of the worst pellets that I have burned. Way too much ash! Too boot, I payed $309 at ton! Unfortunately, the high demand this season is creating a bunch of subpar pellets. This is not a premium pellet.

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  • Comment Link Bill Mullen %PM, %05 %873 %2014 %19:%Dec posted by Bill Mullen

    bought three tons this year and find them to be a good quality pellet with low ash and high heat for the money. Use to buy New England wood pellets and I find these superior. There are a few fines but the quality of the burn is so much better!

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  • Comment Link Nancy savas %PM, %29 %697 %2014 %15:%Nov posted by Nancy savas

    Have been using these pellets for many years loved them got my first ton for this season and there is so much dust and crumbled pellets very disappointed what is up we have a Millan by Enviro insert

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  • Comment Link Lena %AM, %27 %135 %2014 %02:%Nov posted by Lena

    Dirty, dusty, full of fines, and a ton of ash. I have to clean the pan every 2 to 3 days. I will never get them again. They have lost my $$$ forever. You get what you pay for.

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  • Comment Link ernie felix %AM, %12 %081 %2014 %00:%Oct posted by ernie felix

    geneva pellets are a good pellet.read alot of bad reviews decent pellet for the money.heat and ash are fine.

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