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Lignetics Pellets

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Lignetics Pellet wood fuel Pellets.

Lignetics quality control ensures that you are purchasing the best wood pellets, Pres-to-Logs® fire logs or fire starter available. We use only the finest, highest quality raw material available for our products. Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets and Pres-to-Logs® (presto logs) fire logs burn hotter, more efficiently and leave less ash than our competitors, which translates into several distinct benefits.

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  • Comment Link J Foster Saturday, 18 November 2017 15:28 posted by J Foster

    Guadra Fire Mt Vernon - compared these to Heatrs, took back 1.5 pallets of Heatrs and bought Lignetics. Lignetics are harder soft wood, very minimal sawdust, they burn cleaner and HOTTER and leave less that 1/5 of 1% ash behind and I rarely have to clean the glass on our stove now. VERY happy with Lignetics and you get more value for your money.

  • Comment Link Jeff Tuesday, 14 November 2017 02:30 posted by Jeff

    I have a Harman Eccentra stove. I had to use Lignetics pellets because my brand wasn't available. I hated these pellets! High ash and they turned my window brown with the stain. One bag and I had a tremendous amount of ash building up in the pot. It must be that they burn differently in different stoves I just don't understand why people say it's low ash? I couldn't wait until the five bags that I bought were finished. If my brand became available I would have returned these trash pellets.

  • Comment Link Bryon Monday, 20 February 2017 18:36 posted by Bryon

    I have a Breckwell pellet stove. I have used the Lignetics brand for a long time.
    Last year I kinda noticed they weren't burning as hot nor as clean as in past years. The 2 tons I bought this year are as bad as any crap Walmart sells!
    Had my stove cleaned/ serviced in October.
    It's so filthy now 4 months that I have to have it cleaned again and that's NOT using the stove every day.
    They changed something in their pellets, same price but the pellets are pure junk. NEVER AGAIN!

  • Comment Link jason Thursday, 13 October 2016 15:24 posted by jason

    These lignetics pellets are by far the worst pellets I've ever used in my stove. As the pellets purn they plug up my stoves ash pot. I've tried everything to get these pellets to burn clean through the ash pot with zero success. I hate these pellets. Ive had the same pellet stove for over 10 years and these pellets do the same thing every year. Ive tried getting different brand every year but this is the only thing I can find. Sure you can get softwood pellets but they are a joke for heat. I would not recommend these pellets to anyone. Any brand of pellet that is just ok should be maybe 2.5 stars at best

  • Comment Link Howard  Tews Monday, 04 April 2016 03:25 posted by Howard Tews

    I typically buy the premium Lignetics pellets but my local store only had Lignetics Gold. Only difference I see between the two is that the Gold has alot more sawdust. Every bag so far has quite alot of sawdust. I have a picture of the sawdust in my stove hopper where the sawdust stops the pellets from sliding down. Happens everytime.
    Not a happy customer.

  • Comment Link Mike Thursday, 17 March 2016 19:29 posted by Mike

    companys makeing these pellets should beware that the costs of pellets are getting out of hand.1 bag of pellets in my area is almost $6.00. 1 bag of pellets equal 2 gallons of propane.which is $1.79.9 per gallon. I enjoy my pellet stove but its become cheaper to turn up thermostat.

  • Comment Link Larry Norton Saturday, 13 February 2016 22:02 posted by Larry Norton

    This is the first time I'm trying these pellets.
    I'm not impressed. They keep clogging on the burn plate and backing up and push the top plate off. The flames then come out the side at the back wall. They smoke a lot.
    I won't purchase these again.

  • Comment Link SamuraiArtGuy Sunday, 31 January 2016 19:12 posted by SamuraiArtGuy

    When our first two and half tons of Hamers Hot Ones ran out in the 2014-15 season and became unavailable - Lignetics became our go-to backup pellet. Slightly different performance than the Hamers, but simlar low ash, but a little less hot burning.

    However, they burned better than THIS years "crop" of Hamers- very ashy, and generated a lot of clinkers. So is probably still our go-to 2nd choice, but we may test a few bags of this year's "crop" before the heating season runs down.

  • Comment Link Mary Tuesday, 05 January 2016 21:39 posted by Mary

    less tan 1 % ash. Love these pellets. It heats my home perfect.

  • Comment Link Eric S Thursday, 26 March 2015 13:01 posted by Eric S

    I have been burning Lignetics pellets for 5 yrs. No matter when they are bough, they burn consistent, burn hot, and the ash build up is not that bad. Have tried other pellets but these are my go to pellets. Never have had a problem.


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