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New England Wood Pellets

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New England Wood Pellets are a high quality premium grade pellet fuel made from a proprietary blend of hardwood and other wood species. These pellets can be found at many retailers throughout the Northeastern United States. To find a dealer in your area check out our dealer locator. Quality characteristics are as follows.

New England Wood Pellets Manufacturing Facilities

  • Jaffrey Manufacturing Facility 141 Old Sharon Road Jaffrey, NH, 03452
  • Schuyler Manufacturing Facility 172 Diamond Drive Schuyler, NY, 13340
  • Deposit Manufacturing Facility 1580 Airport Road Deposit, NY, 13754

 

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  • Comment Link Timothy webb Tuesday, 24 February 2015 00:12 posted by Timothy webb

    I bought a ton of new England pellets had problems from the first bag the pellets are small pices none over half an inch clogged my auger multiple times poor quality pellets u checked all 50 bags same with all I have a us stove 5660 bay front

  • Comment Link Banks Thursday, 19 February 2015 23:53 posted by Banks

    These pellets were 90% amazing & 10% - We're not sure.

    Here's the 90% amazing: I filled the stove at 2:00 p.m. and they burned all night until nearly lunch the next day before I needed to refill the stove. Stove was on high burn. That was amazing! We've tried other pellets before, and they burn so quickly, that it's annoying enough to make me not want a pellet stove.

    Here is the 10% we're not sure about: It was odd that there was hardly ANY ash in the tray. At first, I thought that was great but, throughout the course of burning a ton of these pellets, the stove shut off about once a week needing to be deep cleaned inside, which was a very tedious task - it didn't need just a quick vacuum and brushing. We had to take it apart inside and clean it very thoroughly before the stove would start up again. We'd go without heat for about a day each time this would happen, having to wait for the stove to cool down, take it apart, go over everything with a fine toothed comb, put it back to together, and see if it would start up. It often wouldn't start up, even after all of that, saying that there was still a blockage somewhere. That was frustrating in such cold weather, and we don't have time for that. It's possible that it may just be the stove. We have yet to burn a ton of another brand to compare, but we found it odd that a new stove would shut off for deep cleaning so frequently.

  • Comment Link Brody Thursday, 12 February 2015 19:41 posted by Brody

    I've run 3 tons of these through a Quadrafire Mt. Vernon insert this year. I used to think highly of these pellets but will probably never buy them again (unless something changes with their formula). Although I get good heat out of them, the ash and clinkers are getting out of hand! It produces a whole lot of both, causing me to have to worry about vacuuming every couple of days which is unacceptable! This isn't even the worst part. The worst part are all of the fines and dust inside the bags!!!!! As a result there is a fine coating of pellet dust all over my living room furniture, my clothes and inside my lungs! It's unreal! I can feel the grit in between my teeth if I forget to load the stove with my mouth closed! This is beyond ridiculous and nothing like I've ever experienced with these pellets in past years. These pellets have really gone down hill. I just wish I hadn't bought 4 tons this year! Skip them!

  • Comment Link Don Friday, 30 January 2015 23:53 posted by Don

    These pellets might be the worst on the market. The saw dust fines have jammed my pellet feed components on the stove three times costing my hundreds of dollars in repairs!
    Auger motor burned out the first time, second time it brick the feed push arm. Third time no damage but I had to pull the whole stove apart to vaccum out the fines. I have to clean it every four days to prevent a jam and another possible repair. Fortunately I can do most of the repairs myself, if I had to hire( and wait) for a tech to come, the time and cost would be doubled! New England needs to do something about their dirty product.

  • Comment Link Gabe Sunday, 18 January 2015 18:29 posted by Gabe

    Bought 1 ton of these from a local landscape supply yard in the Fall of '14. Pros are that They light off easily, and don't produce a lot of ash. Cons are that these throw very low heat. I ended up having to run the feed rate on my stove up four times what I typically do to get a decent temperature. I've since had to purchase another brand and mix bags because it got so cold out. I have burned 3-4 tons a year for the past 5 years and these by far are the lowest heat pellets I've ever purchased.

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