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North American Pellets

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Available at Home Depot and Lowes ,  Produced by Curran Renewable Energy, LLC pellet mill that is located in  Massena NH produce the North American Wood Pellets?  That is what I was told last

they are a hardwood / softwood blend

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  • Comment Link Alex Wednesday, 25 February 2015 03:40 posted by Alex

    I have an Enviro pellet stove that has worked flawlessly for the past 4 years. I have burned a number of different pellets, some producing more or less ash and others producing more or less clinkers but I have never experienced a problem with pellets that just won't burn. Filled the stove at 9:30 am and had to shut it down again at 9:30 pm because the pellet pot was full of 1/2 burned pellets and the stove was absolutely filthy. Please do not waste your money on these pellets.

  • Comment Link Trevor Baitsholts Sunday, 22 February 2015 19:13 posted by Trevor Baitsholts

    I bought these pellets at Home depot after running out of my other brand. There is less hest with these and a lot more ash, i would empty the ash once a week with the other brand and now i have to empty it every day. I will never buy these again. Don't waste your money on them.

  • Comment Link cbritton Sunday, 22 February 2015 00:15 posted by cbritton

    have 2 tons of hardwood softwood blend from north american
    down to 18 bags can't wait for them to be gone to dirty have to clean harmon stove to often

  • Comment Link Anthony Padin Tuesday, 17 February 2015 23:41 posted by Anthony Padin

    Tuesday,February 16 2015

    I have a Breckwell p3000 and have been burning pellets for ten years, these pellets have lots of dust in the bags which clogs the stove and they do produce more ash then most pellets.The pellets don't produce much heat making me burn on a higher setting thus burning more than usual. I do not recommend then nor will I buy them again.

  • Comment Link Heather Wednesday, 11 February 2015 18:41 posted by Heather

    We were using a different brand of pellets and ran out and these were available immediately. The heat output is not good at all, a ton of ash and since we've been using these, the feed auger jams and shuts down the stove. Extrememly not happy at all!

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