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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

North American Wood Pellets

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North American Wood Pellets are produced by Curran Renewable Energy, LLC located in Massena NH

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  • Comment Link Leroy Tuesday, 07 March 2017 08:43 posted by Leroy

    If you might as well burn newspaper....No heat at all, lots of ash need to empty every day...never again!!!!!

    Enviro stove.

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  • Comment Link John Friday, 10 January 2014 02:11 posted by John

    North American pellets are burning 2 to 3 bags a day I have a 1year old harman p-68 bought 4 ton from Lowe's I usually empty ash pan after every ton these pellets are giving off so much ash I have to empty it every 15 bags Home Depot's pellets burn a lot cleaner and 1 bag to 2or3 bags of North American I will be out of them bye the end of January I will have to buy more N.A pellets are a costly pellet they burn quick and a lot of ash my regrets fireside for me

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  • Comment Link Chris KOgut Wednesday, 18 December 2013 22:27 posted by Chris KOgut

    OMG, Having so much trouble with the NORT AMERICAN PELLETS from lowes. My pellets I had were burning great and now I just switched to NORTH AMERICAN and have lots of trouble. THe pellets are filling up my grate and not burning down, I will try to adjust the fan speed up and the auger rate down. I had no issues until I switched to these pellets.

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  • Comment Link floyd varney Saturday, 23 March 2013 16:27 posted by floyd varney

    these pellets are ok. little ash no clinkers.i prefer all hardwood but use these when i cant find the all hardwood. price is great from home depot. 050 cents cheaper thal trac.supply and almost a buck from walmrat. 1.50 cheaper than quality hardware. good product for the price. i have a american harvest stove. that seems to burn anything ok.grerat stove

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  • Comment Link Gail Saturday, 23 March 2013 16:23 posted by Gail

    Other then waxy smell what causes the odor from these pellets? You just open a bag and then entire house has an odor that takes your breath away. It is not the stove it is when you open the bag, is there anything you suggest to do? Thank you

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  • Comment Link Melissa Monday, 27 February 2012 02:33 posted by Melissa

    I have a Quadrafire Classic. Bought the Green Supreme from Lowes and burned through a pallet. They were hot, almost no ash. Very good. Went back for more and they only had North American. In my stove, they are terrible. Can't go 12 hours sometimes, unbelieveable ash buildup and it is constantly on, which was not the case with the G.S. Very sorry I spent my money. Now it is March and I need one more ton but I refuse to buy those again. I have to take out the ash daily or it gets so high it is almost to the top of the firepot. With the G.S. I got a few spoonfuls.

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  • Comment Link Troy Thompson Monday, 14 November 2011 03:02 posted by Troy Thompson

    I have tried two brands of pellets from Lowes this year. Green Supreme which is a Hardwood blend pellet and North American which is a Hardwood/Softwood blend. I liked Green Supreme and was going to buy four plts worth but Lowes was out. The next brand that came in was North American. I was very skeptical because I have tried wood blends and Softwood pellets in the past and found Hardwood pellets to be the best choice. I usually use Somerset pellets but they were on back order this year. North American have great heat output, little ash and virtually no clinkers. I bought nine plts for this year and next. Brands to stay away from: Stove Chow, Inferno, Freedom Fuel, Maines Choice, Clear choice, any pellets made by Pennington. Brands I have had good results from are Lignetics(Green and white bag), Appalachian Hardwood, Somerset, Green Supreme, and of course North American. I have had a Quadrafire Mt Vernon stove for eight years. Great stove by the way.

    Troy Thompson

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  • Comment Link woodsman Monday, 21 March 2011 22:32 posted by woodsman

    Thanks J i had the same results also

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