Green Supreme Wood Pellet fuel pellets
Manufactured by New England Wood Pellets
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I'm not impressed by these pellets. There is a lot of ash and build-up in the burn pot compared to other brands, and the heat output seems low. Luckily it's been a mild winter so far.Report
Lots of clinkers when burning this fuel. Don't highly recommendReport
Not very impressed with quality of this pellet. Tried some last year, worked ok. Bought two tons from Tractor Supply this summer. So far, they are not performing well. Low heat, tons of flying orange ash. Pellets tend to jam, as some have been over three inches long. Others pellets in bag are bloated, like they did not compress. contacted company, they said to go back to the dealer, as it might be storage issues. I received these directly off their delivery from the mill itself, as I was there when the pellets were delivered. Try something else.Report
I am currently burning green supreme as I had 1 ton left over from last year. Low ash, heat output is fair. Does not stink much when stove starts up, unlike some of the different brands that are supplied by NEWP and have other names on the bags. Decent buy for the right price. I have 3 ton of barefoot to burn once this ton runs out, will not reset my stove and can then compare better, will post again when completedReport
I purchased 2 tons of Green Supreme last year. Will never purchase that product again. Had to clean my pellet stove every other day using this product. Lots of ash and build-up in the stove.
Switched to "802" pellets, a much better product.
As a Lowes employee I just wanted to say that we only have so much space under cover to store these. We cannot control how much is sent to us, so we run out of space very quickly. Plus every pellet stove is different. What burns great for one person, may be horrible for the next. If a bag is marked down, do not buy it if you are looking for the best. Lots of people buy the damaged bags for things other than pellet stoves.Report
I've tried Green Supreme off and on for the past few years (purchased from Lowe's), and they're just as bad this year as last. I don't know if it's the pellets or Lowe's incompetence in storing them, but there is a MAJOR drop off in heat and burn quality vs the bags of Corinth that I was burning just prior to swapping in some bags of Green Supreme. The bags of Corinth were producing tons of heat, burning completely, and producing a fine ash. The Green Supremes are barely warm when standing directly in front of the stove, and the fire is constantly spewing orange sparks, with glowing embers sitting in the ash pan. Lowe's stores them uncovered in the garden department, and I overheard the workers talking about what to do with some of their wet bags--conclusion: dry them out and sell them at $3 per bag. Ridiculous.Report
Bot 3 tons in sept 2015. Did not want to buy them because of all the negative reviews. I have a quadafire 1200 for 8 years. I have never really had a problem with any pellets some more ash then others but all burned well. Just started to burn GS 8 bags in I have little ash and are burning hot. Maybe they listened to all the complaints posted or my stove is just magic. paid under $800.00 delivered. Believe it or not very happy with them. Like to hear from someone who purchased these pellet Sept, 2015 or later to see if they really improvedReport
Home Depot ( Long Island) is selling the Green Supreme pellets this year . They have them now.Report
i work for a trucking comapny, we haul these pellets all the time. they are made by new england wood pellet just packaged different for big box stores. same exact pellet as the new england wood pellets, and over the last couple years there quality of pellets have gone down hill( since they started producing for big box stores)Report