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Saturday, 24 January 2015 00:00

Pellet Heated Body Shop

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Bump and Grind Auto Body is one of the best body shops here in Southern NH.  Not only do they do great work but they also heat the entire 10k square foot shop by pellets!  Bring your cars here fellow pellet heads.

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  • Comment Link Dr Charles Olk Monday, 02 February 2015 17:15 posted by Dr Charles Olk

    These pellets suck. Each bag contained a lot of fines, so much so that when you fold up the empty you have to be careful to do it slowly or get a face and eyes full of saw dust. Very inconsistent heat production from ton to ton and bag to bag. Also an awful lot of ash and clinkers.
    Englander 25 PDVC


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