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Lignetics wood pellets are made from recycled, renewable sawmill waste. Our wood pellets contain all-natural biomass products and are manufactured at the highest quality control levels, designating our wood pellet fuel as premium grade. Lignetics premium wood pellets produce a consistent, high BTU output and produce less than one percent ash. This translates to a hotter, more efficient burn, which means less wood pellets burned, fewer wood pellets purchased, less space needed for storage, fewer trips to the wood pellet hopper and less waste to clean up.

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  • Comment Link Dissatisfied Wednesday, 30 March 2016 00:03 posted by Dissatisfied

    Absolute crap. These "premium" pellets had a lower heat output than any other brand I've ever bought. Ash.. so. much. ash.. I've had to clean my stove COMPLETELY after every half ton. Not recommended.. I wish there was a way to give NEGATIVE stars. Bought at Lowes in Mt Olive, NJ.

  • Comment Link Charlie Wednesday, 23 March 2016 10:33 posted by Charlie

    I have used several types of pellet s this year.I finally tried presto pellet s.,wish I would of tried them first..really happy about the heat and the low ash. I will not use any thing else also burns very clean.just a better burn all the way around.

  • Comment Link genesstuff Sunday, 28 February 2016 13:59 posted by genesstuff

    I had very good luck burning these in my stove. They burned very hot and clean. I wish that I bought more because they are unavailable now. My stove is a Breckwell I24 . I have had my stove for 10 years and I have burned about 50 different brands of pellets. This stove has been completely reliable.

  • Comment Link Brenda Carroll Saturday, 27 February 2016 17:07 posted by Brenda Carroll

    Pres-to wood pellet is NOT high BTU. We bought three bags because our usual brands weren't available, only to have to run our stove on medium instead of low, and STILL NOT HEATING ROOM, adequately. GARBAGE, waste of money, completely let down. Purchased at Lowes in Kent, WA.

  • Comment Link Dave Saturday, 19 December 2015 21:49 posted by Dave

    First time using the Presto-Log pellets. Am not pleased. They ashed up my stove so bad that it decreased my heat output. I burned 2 bags and had to completely clean my stove. Even at the beginning they had a low heat level. My stove is not an older cheap model and I keep it in great shape. Pellets are really poor quality.

  • Comment Link Jackson Peterson Wednesday, 04 November 2015 17:49 posted by Jackson Peterson

    I am pleased with the heating efficiency of the wood pellet fuel I have purchased from Pres-to-Logs. However, I AM VERY UNHAPPY WITH THE PACKAGING OF YOUR PELLETS. Several bags have ruptured when I tried to pick them up because they were so thin. Some of the bags punctured from the pressure of my fingers before I even tried to lift them.

  • Comment Link Scott Friday, 03 April 2015 11:22 posted by Scott

    I've been heating my basement (unfinished, below ground) for 9 seasons with a Kozi KSH-120 pellet stove.
    I looked at buying 3 tons pellets for the 2015-16 season, but the price of my usual Cleanfire Hardwood has soared to $300/ton, plus $94 delivery. So off to Lowes I went, and purchased 4 bags of Presto Logs for a trial run. Well, after burning them, I was very impressed. Higher heat output than the Cleanfire, no klinkers, and about the same ash. My local Lowes (Paterson,NJ) has them @ $837 for 3 tons, plus delivery.

  • Comment Link Karl Lange Saturday, 28 February 2015 17:16 posted by Karl Lange

    I've been heating my home with pellets for ten years, and have used various brands of pellets available in my area. The first six years I used only Lignetics brand. They were priced right and burned very hot with little ash. Then the price went up, and the quality went down - badly. I went to Hamer brand - a top quality pellet at a very premium price. I've tried the junk they sell at Home Depot and some other retailers and hardware stores. My favorite pellet now is the Cheat River brand out of West Virginia, and surprisingly, bought at my local Lowes store. They burn very hot with very little ash. Be careful though. I also tried some of the Pres-To-Logs pellets at Lowes and found them to be the worst pellets I've ever used - and they are made by Lignetics. I believe the pellet manufacturers must be using whatever wood source is available , and it must vary from time to time. I very strongly recommend checking several pellet review sites before buying pellets, and , to save the most money, order your full winter supply early summer from a supplier (wood stove store) who can store them for you, and you pick them up as needed.

  • Comment Link Tina Wednesday, 11 February 2015 16:22 posted by Tina

    Where can I buy this brand of pellets in Lancaster Pa. We used to get them at Home Depot and the last time it was a different brand and we did not like them....we had to clean our stove every other day because of the ash build up!!

  • Comment Link Bob Doriety Friday, 30 January 2015 13:42 posted by Bob Doriety

    Hello I have a kozi 100 pellet stove. The presto logs of 2013/14 were much better. They were much darker and the heat was incredible. I saw a lot of people complain of their stoves clogging but in the kozi you can increase the air flow and the stove never clogged. This year the pellets are lighter and mixed with different shades of pellets. They're average now, comparable with stovechow. Still very good but nowhere as much heat as the year before. I drove 4 hours round trip twice and way overloaded my truck and wound up disappointed. I guess you can't please everyone. They were great even amazing compared to others but now they're still good but average. Little ash decent heat. I also use them in a winrich dynasty with the same results. Also able to adjust combustion airflow. Hope this helped.


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