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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

O'Malley Wood Pellets

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O'Malley Wood Pellet fuel Pellets

the pellets are 100% mixed eastern hardwoods. Roughly 80% oak and the balance hickory, poplar,beech, and maple

these hardwood pellets are some of the best on the market, delivering extremely high BTU's and a low ash content. O'Malley Pellets work well in all stoves, bringing you a clean and comfy burn. All wood pellets are environmentally friendly and in no way contribute to global warming. So sit back and relax while you burn a bag of O'Malley Wood Pellets.

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  • Comment Link Michelle Friday, 23 March 2018 02:19 posted by Michelle

    We're operating a Brekwell and have used EasyBlaze up until recently. Due to stick, we were forced to buy O'malley however, we heard good things. I will be honest when I say it has been a nightmare. I have to clean the burnpot several times a day because the pellets just do not burn. The ask buildup is insane. With EasyBlaze I was cleaning the stove every other day with no issues. However with O'Malley, I have to clean the stove twice a day to keep it running. We burn through a bag a day and many of the pellets are wasted from not burning. With EasyBlaze I burn a bag every other day. It's hard to shut a stove down to clean it out twice a day when it's only 19°F outside. The worst part is, we bought a ton. I'm feeling frustrated and disappointed we spent over $200 on a headache. Was this just a bad year for pellets? It almost seems like the wood is still green.

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  • Comment Link Doug Thursday, 04 January 2018 16:00 posted by Doug

    Quadra fire CB 1200 free standing and CB 1200i Have used O malley's pellet going on five years now. First couple of years great pellets the price was great. Third year I ordered three tons and one of the three left a lot of ash had to kind of mix them up. Last year three tons no complaints. 2017 ordered two tons and have never had so many issue with this batch of pellets Clinkers, clogged fire pot where they form a crust on firepot and won't allow pellets to light I have played with feed rate, cleaned my exhaust chamber these guys just don't want to burn right. I was up at two this morning cleaning it out to make it through the night. Not a Happy Camper O'Malley!!

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  • Comment Link Ewr Wednesday, 27 December 2017 17:02 posted by Ewr

    The first year of burning Omalley s with a brand new Quadrafire Castile insert, went well as expected. A clean burn not a lot of ash and used in cold temps down too 15 degrees, continuously that was 2016 and two tons. Fast forward to 2017, ordered two more pallets from the same supplier, who as I understood got a brand new supply in. Pallets were sealed pretty well, one bag on bottom was opened, ok one bag that s seen, can deal with. SO far this season, up to 12/27/17, has been a bit of a night mare. The pellets are more fragmented, little pieces, burn fast and create lots of soot. Not only does the unit flame up, the fire pot fills with extended runs and clogs with the consumed pellets, that dont seem fully burned. Continuously I am cleaning the unit every day, and complete vacuum out the discharge fan twice a week. I have the auger feed at the lowest point to reduce delivery, IN short these pellets SUCK!
    These pellets dont burn completely. Had a tech come out to replace a vacuum switch in Nov. Lots of soot heavier particles clogging up the unit. He states he seen Lots of stove failures because the pellet quality, fuel being mass produced to fill short orders. Thats great now I have to find some other product that SUCKS LESS. The lumber mills need to get it together.

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  • Comment Link Ewr Wednesday, 27 December 2017 16:24 posted by Ewr

    The first year of burning Omalley s with a brand new Quadrafire Castile insert, went well as expected. A clean burn not a lot of ash and used in cold temps down too 15 degrees, continuously that was 2016 and two tons. Fast forward to 2017, ordered two more pallets from the same supplier, who as I understood got a brand new supply in. Pallets were sealed pretty well, one bag on bottom was opened, ok one bag that s seen, can deal with. SO far this season, up to 12/27/17, has been a bit of a night mare. The pellets are more fragmented, little pieces, burn fast and create lots of soot. Not only does the unit flame up, the fire pot fills with extended runs and clogs with the consumed pellets, that dont seem fully burned. Continuously I am cleaning the unit every day, and complete vacuum out the discharge fan twice a week. I have the auger feed at the lowest point to reduce delivery, IN short these pellets SUCK!
    These pellets dont burn completely. Had a tech come out to replace a vacuum switch in Nov. Lots of soot heavier particles clogging up the unit. He states he seen Lots of stove failures because the pellet quality, fuel being mass produced to fill short orders. Thats great now I have to find some other product that SUCKS LESS. The lumber mills need to get it together.

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  • Comment Link Beezer Monday, 03 April 2017 03:33 posted by Beezer

    Harman P68. Bought 2 ton of OmalleyLumber Premium Grade pellets and these are some of the worst pellets I've used. Every bag has bad seal and or holes along with massive amounts of fines. The pellets produce 2x the amount of ash any true "Premium" pellet may contain to have the premium designation.

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  • Comment Link Sally Monday, 06 March 2017 23:34 posted by Sally

    I have a King stove. Up until this year, I've been very happy with O'malley pellets. This year I ordered 2 ton of pellets, and probably 10 - 15 bags in each ton have been ripped at the seams. I don't appreciate spending money on pellets that are now turning to mush or clumping so that they can't be used.

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  • Comment Link Leslie Friday, 29 January 2016 15:04 posted by Leslie

    We have an Ashley stove and we have had no problems at all! The only thing is that the bags at the top seam do come apart and rip easy but the wood pellets are great! We have really low ash, and my stove has started every time we started it! It sounds like a lot of people's stove aren't working right so they give a bad review! I just want to say that I love my stove and my pellets to, love the warmth that comes out to!!!

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  • Comment Link MICHAEL PRICE Monday, 11 January 2016 16:46 posted by MICHAEL PRICE

    I've been burning wood pellets for 10 yrs now and these are by far the worst pellets ever They burn terrible they clog up and sometimes they don,t even ignite Also the bags are very cheap they rip open while unloading NEVER AGAIN

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  • Comment Link Frederick Daley Saturday, 02 January 2016 14:51 posted by Frederick Daley

    This is my first season using O'Malley pellets and it will be my last! These pellets won't ignite in my Profile 20 stove on the first cycle. They cause my stove to fill the burn pot twice, then just smoke until I get a vigorous small "explosion" forcing smoke out of the door gasket into the room. My stove has a brand new Lennox igniter and was thoroughly cleaned before the heating season this year. The first 5 bags of Allegheny pellets I had left over from last year did not exhibit this delay in starting, nor has any other brand I've used.

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  • Comment Link Randy Friday, 25 September 2015 23:59 posted by Randy

    Omalleys burn great. Better than Hammers. I have a quadra-fire stove. Lignetics are the best. 2nd year with stove bought 2 tons of lignetics for real cold weather and 1 ton of Omalleys for regular days.

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