Green Supreme Wood Pellet fuel pellets
Manufactured by New England Wood Pellets
Nice Pellet. I had very low ash and good heat. Produced by New England Wood Pellets. Safe purchase for the heating season especially for 197 at Lowes.
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I bought 2 bags of Stove Chow from H.D. Kingston store to see how they would burn. After two days of testing this is my observations. Using an IR thermometer and the Thelin stove (because that is on continuous burn) I took readings on the glass door and just under the hot air manifold.
The Green Supreme: Day 1: Glass door: 331*F - 340*F
Hot air manifold: 274*F - 278*F
The Stove Chow Day 1: Glass door: 452*F - 460*F
Hot air manifold: 352*F - 357*F
The Green Supreme Day 2: Glass door: 311*F - 325*F
Hot air manifold: 238*F - 249*F
Stove Chow Day 2: Glass door: 436*F - 447*F
Hot air manifold: 333*F - 348*F
I burned the Green Supreme during the day with outside temperatures in the low 50's, the room temperature staying around 72*F.
I burned the Stove Chow overnight with the outside temperatures in the low 30's and the room temperature staying around 77*F.
The Stove Chow also had far less fines in the bag (the consistency of granulated garlic). The Green Supreme has a lot of very fine dust along with the sawdust and wood chips.
I'll use the Stove Chow for cold nights and cold spells and use the Green Supreme (or another brand that doesnt burn so hot) for those days in the 40's and 50's. 77*F is too hot so I installed two corner doorway fans to direct the ceiling heat up the stairs. The outside temperature here has been in the mid teens to mid twenties over the weekend and the main floor is about 72* in the morning and about 74* during the day using Stove Chow.
I am fairly new to burning pellets. This is my third season with a Quadrafire Mt. Vernon insert on a thermostat and have been using Green Supreme from Lowes. The first year I used 3-1/2 ton and last year I burned about 4-1/2 ton.
I run all of my pellets over a 4 ft. long hardware cloth with 1/4" mesh hooked up to a wet vac blowing from the top and sucking from the bottom. This eliminates almost 100% of the fines, wood chips and smaller pieces.
I had to clean out the ashes about every 3 to four days because of the ash build up. I was happy with the heat output (I dont have anything to compare it to). This year I put an addition on my house and added a Thelin Parlor stove that runs continuously. Because of the small burn chamber I have to clean the Thelin every other day, the glass gets covered with brown ash within hours of start up (this is the stove design) but seems to put out quite a bit of heat.
I guy that I work with, who has been burning pellets quite a bit longer than I have bought 5 ton of Green Supreme from Home Depot last year and took them back because they wouldnt burn for him. I bought mine from Lowes and had no problem. I even had a ton and a half left over that I covered with a tarp for the summer (I keep my pellets outside) and they burned good except for 4 bags I lost to swelling on the bottom row of the open pallet. This year Lowes wants 275 a ton compared to 209 last year, for the Green Supreme. Im thinking about getting Stove Chow (209 a ton at H.D.) because Im nervous about buying Green Supreme form Home Depot, they may be leftovers from last year.
I noticed a difference in the two stoves. The Mt. Vernon insert heats the pellets that are in the hopper so they are real dry by the time they hit the burn pot, whereas the Thelin doesnt seem to move heat into the hopper so moisture may be an issue with it. Tomorrow I'll pick up a couple bags of the Stove Chow and give them a try.
I have a Bosca pellet stove purchased last year. Love it and it heats the house well. I clean it out at least once a week. Have been burning Maine premium pellets. This year I went to tractor supply and purchased a few bags of Green Supreme that was manufactured in NH/NY. Started my stove yesterday for the first time. (it was completely cleaned at the end of last season)
The moment the first bag began burning, I could smell a strong smoky odor. Almost like a wood stove. Never had this last year. Next thing I knew the glass was covered in black soot. We own a bird, and they are sensitive to smells. Wife came home and made me turn it off it was so strong. Additionally, there was very little heat put out. I let it cool and cleaned it out. As I was pulling out the unburned pellets, I came up with pieces of rubber, same size/diameter as the pellets. Cylindrical in shape. reddish in color. No wonder why it smelled! Wonder how much of that we breathed in before we shut it down. Not sure if something went wrong with machine during manufacturing and a few pieces fell into the bag, or if a lot of people have found this. Please check your bags when you open them! Went to Tractor Supply and purchased the Maine Premium again. They said to bring all my unopened bags of Green Supreme back and they will reimburse. Gladly!
We burned at least 20 bags of Green Supreme in winter 2012. This was the first year with our Quadrafire MT Vernon. We burned through the 2 ton of Green Gold we had purchased and we bought bags as needed to finish out the season, about another ton (50 bags) in all of various brands that the BB stores had available. Of the various brands we burned, this was probably the best of them. The burn was acceptable, not the hottest pellets I have ever burned, but quite acceptable. These produced a bit more ash then the Green gold did, forcing me to do a minor clean of the fire chamber every 2-3 days as opposed to the 3-4 days with the Green Gold. These also crudded up my glass far more quickly and more severely then the Green gold, leaving a thick film that non the less came off with simple glass cleaner and a bit more elbow grease. This is taking into account the relative moisture content of the pellets due to where they have been stored at the BB stores. We burned at least 20 and maybe a few more bags then that of these pellets because of the various brands, these proved to be among the best in heat output and overall cleanliness. These were an ok go to pellet when we ran out of our main supply. I should note that they are not nearly as good as the Green gold proved to be in our Mt Vernon. This year we have 4 tons of fuel, two ton of green gold and two ton of instant heat so we should not need to run to the BB stores for pellets at all. With the instant heat going for $214 a ton, I would not go out of my way to buy Green Supreme, but they did prove to be a suitable tide me over.Report
Hate to be contrary but I LOVE these pellets. I suspect that at least some of the conflicting reviews result from there being 2 manufacturing plants and obviously multiple lots from each. BUT . . . I burned two tons last year (at @209/ton @ HD) and loved them. For the price, the combination of clean burn, low ash and higher heat than other big box brands sold me on them. I bought 3 tons for this season and loved them just as much.
I ended up burning all 3 tons plus all my assorted leftovers for a total of a little over 4 tons this year and will buy Green Supremes again. I should note that I just picked up 6 bags of Okanagan Black Hills just in case the nights stay cold and they are great . . . but $7 a bag at our local dealer.
Definitely noticed a change in these pellets from fall to now. Bought two tons in the fall and they burned great, no issues. Went to Lowes a month ago and they just had a new shipment come in. Picked up another ton and found them to be poorer quality for sure. Noticed an immediate different smell to the pellet, less heat, and a lot more ash.
Hopefully just got a bad batch, but afraid to try them again in my Harman XXV.
I have a lopi leyden stove. These pellets had above average ash, and way below average heat. I believe a hair dryer would give off more heat. I am avoiding these pellets.Report
A friend recommended Green Supreme pellets so I came here to read the reviews and am amazed at how the reviews conflict so dramatically. So I bought 20 bags at Lowes in Connecticut anyway, and here's what I found:
(I have a Breckwell Big E and a Napoleon NPS40.)
HEAT: In my stoves, the Green Supremes give off okay heat. Not nearly as good as premium pellets such as Logik-E or CleanFire Pacific which I had been burning recently, but probably a little better than typical big box store pellets. Still, I doubt the BTU ratings on the bag.
AUGER: I have found NO problems with debris in the bag or jamming augers. Very few long pellets.
ASH: Ash is definitely higher than most of the brands I have burned. Not ridiculous, but more than average.
CLINKERS: None. I have had no clinkers at the settings I'm using (moderate feed rate and air) Even the super premium pellets give me clinkers sometimes.
FINES: Normal amounts.
GLASS: These are less dirty on my glass than I am accustomed to with other pellets, on both stoves.
Overall, not bad for the price, especially if you just need to get through a few weeks in the spring. I do not understand some of the incredibly negative comments about these pellets.
6th year with my Kozi 100. These pellets burn fairly hot and low ash, are the 4th brand i've tried, however these fill up my burn pot every day. All the other brands the ash would end up in the pan not in the burn pot. Used to clean my stove every 3 days, with the green supreme every day because of the burn pot filling up with a very heavy ash. Probably will not buy again.Report
I burned 7 tons of these pellets this year, more than 50% of the pellets burned clogged up the burn pot alot faster than the others. I'm not burning these again their consistency is really horrible. This last ton (purchased @ lowes Concocrd nh) really taking the cake as far as poor performance.Report
We have a Lopi/Leyden pellet stove. We have used Stove-Chow, by Home Depot and absolutly love them!! Little ash and extremely high heat. This season, after the blizzard, Home-Depot ran out, we were told to go to Lowes, they still had pellets. So we purchased a large amount of bags, being that our season was obvisiously not over. These pellets, Green Supreme, are horrible. The glass doors blacken up with sut, within 5 minutes of turning on. The pot is jammed up with unburnt pellets which seem to overflow. Very disappointed as to them being called "Green", they should be called "Black".Report
I have purchased many pellet and I have not had any luck with anyother pellets These premium supreme pellet are the best pellets ever the only thing is Icant find anymore in my area. I usually purchase them at Tractor Supply in massena NY13655. Could you please tell me where I can find these. My allergies are so bad and all these other pellets except the green supreme are causein me to have bloody noseReport
I have a Napoleon NPI45 insert. Does anyone know what pellets are best in this particular model stove?
New at pellet burning this year and sure use some input.
I bought 2 ton of these. Low ash but they do not burn hot and tend to pile in the pot. Maine choice burns hot and dirtier but they do not fill the pot after 24 hours of burning on high. I will stick with Maine Choice.Report
I swear by these pellets. I have used others,but nothing burns as hot and as good as these. I run a harmon pellet stove and i am so satisfied with the pellets and the stove. I found with any pellets that if you dont clean the stove at least once a month it wont burn efficiently. But 2 thumbs up for green supreme, they are they best at $4.38 a bag. the more expensive pellets i purchased did not burn as hot or as clean.Report
I brought these green supreme wood pellets I never tried this brand before and will never buy this brand again. I have my stove on high in a insulated room with the doors closed and it is only 60 degrees.Report
I bought 6 tons of Green Supreme pellets from Home Depot. Like other people commenting here I thought that being made by New England Wood Pellets was a pretty good guarantee of their quality. Not so. Like other people posting here they completely jam my auger. I have never had a problem with any pellet before. I have a pellet boiler and like another poster, I've taken the whole augur assembly apart to trouble shoot and IT'S THE PELLETS.Report
I bought a ton of these from Lowes, Plainville, MA for $209 and have been very happy with them. Fair amount of ash but very few clinkers. Decent heat. I'm looking around for some softwood pellets to try for comparison.Report
This is my 3rd stove and the best. I have a 6 yr old Quadra Fire Mt Vernon. Thermostat controled, Auto-clean, all computer controlled. This is my primary heat source. I have been burning Green Supreme pellets from Lowe's for 2 years. ($207/ton) - LOVE these pellets. I burned NE Wood Pellets prior. (Same pellets). I only have to clean my small ash pan once every 2 weeks this year. Cheap price, HIGH heat. Wish I had room for a trailer load!Report
NEVER AGAIN! i feel that Green Supreme puts out a very low BTU count.Report
Ordered and burned a ton from Lowes in Garden City this year. Find that the ash content is reasonable and heat output is consistently high. For $219 a ton you can't beat them. Minimal dust in bottom of bags and have had no auger jams. Using them in my Jamestown J2000. I was running Spruce Pointe pellets early season but did not see a big enough of a difference to spend the extra cash.Report
I have an Englander 25-PDVC stove and find these pellets hotter than the Stove Chow pellets that the Home Depot sells with about the same amount of ash left behind. Price is $4.38 a bag at Lowes on Long Island which I believe is better value than the Stove Chow. For fellow Englander owners, both pellets leave the same amount of of carbon buildup on the auger. Seems like that cannot be avoided with any pellet choice.Report
Purchased two tons of these from lowes. Using in a quadrafire classic bay stove. Tons of ash, stove must be thoroughly cleaned every few days and glass is filthy within one day. Bags have a ton of dust in them. They do give off heat but the causes too much maintenance. I will not buy againReport
I have been burning mostly green supreme this year and am quite pleased with these pellets. Good amount of heat and reasonable ash. Also, the pellets do not seem to be all that dusty coming out of the bag.Report
I purchased 4 tons from Home Depot. I have had 6 bags that are moist,lots of broken down pellets,and powder or saw dust. Bottom of 2 bags solid. Theses bags are from the center of stack. Home Depot says not their problem. I had the same pellets last year and was satisfied maybe 1 bad bag. Never again Home Depot.Report
I bought a ton from home depot in manchester, ct for $209 and was happy with the heat and ash but they jammed up my auger twice which is a real pain. I have a top feeding quadrafire insert and have only had the auger jam one time before this in the five years I've owned it. I actually might try one more ton because the price is so good...I'm running northeast pellets from tractor supply now for same price and the ash and heat output sucks (no auger clog though). The best pellets I've ever used were okanagan soft wood pellets ...excellent heat and barely any ash but price is high and I don't like that they come all the way from western Canada via train. Why can't we make great pellets around here?!?Report
I have been burning Green Supreme Wood Pellets from Oak Hill Ace Hardware this winter.I have been pleased with them. I don't find anymore ash with those than any others. I will say a 40 pound bag must be more compressed than some others because it does not seem th fill the stove as high. They however seem to burn hotter and longer than some of the others I have used. I have a Mount Vernon Stove.Report
I PURCHASED GREEN SUPREME THIS YEAR FOR MY FIRST TIME AT OUR LOCAL HOME CHEAPO. I'M READY TO CALL IT QUIT'S WITH THIS BRAND OF PELLETS. FROM THE BEGINNING I NOTICED THERE WAS A BIG DIFFERENCE IN THE WAY THE WERE FEEDING THRU THE AUGER. INTO MY 23 BAG AND MY STOVE DECIDED TO CALL IT QUITS. I REPLACED THE AUGER MOTOR, BIG MISTAKE. I HAVE RIPPED THIS STOVE APART FROM HEAD TO TOE AND I REALLY THINK IT'S THE PELLETS. I'M GOING TO A LOCAL STOVE DEALER TOMORROW TO PURCHASE WHAT THEY CARRY. I HOPE TO GOD IT'S THESE DAMN PELLETS.Report
Englander 25-pdv - The Englander is not a picky stove at all so i always look for the lowest priced pellet around. This year the Green Supreme from lowes @ $209.00 a ton were the ones. They are by far the lowest heat pellets i have ever used. I do not use a thermostat on my stove, I just set the temp level on my stove based on the temp out side. In past years I could set the stove on level 4 (out of 9) at night with outside temps in the teens, and wake up to a house temp of 70 degrees. The coldest it has been at night this year is 20 degrees and I wake up to a house temp of 67 degrees at a stove setting of 6.Report
My Timberwolf TPS-35 is about a week old. I bought a few bags of 3 brands to try out before committing to a bulk order. These were the first bag we tried and they gave great results. The highest heat and lowest ash of the 3 brands I initially purchased. I tried these, North American pellets and The perfect pellet (perfect for an auger clog in a new stove). I keep the stove on medium (large house) and the Green Supreme put out temps that are consistently 4-6 degrees higher than the North American pellets and 3-5 degrees higher than The Perfect Pellet temps have stayed consistent this last week which helped with testing. I finally tracked down some Barefoot because my brother swears by them, and have my first bag in now. We will see if they are worth the extra money, but so far Green Supreme is the winner, just wish I was closer to Lowe's for the bargains I keep reading aboutReport
Bought 2 tons @ home depot for 209. a ton. A big mistake. A friend who burnt them last year said they were good. now he says he has the same problem as me. A lot of ash, so much it restricted my exhaust pipe after one week. I cleaned it before i bought these pellets so i know its these pellets. Says new england pellets on the bag and .4 - .6 ash. So wrong. New England pellets what happened ???? Very disappointedReport
I burned these with no problem before, but recently I have noticed a very bad oily smell when they burn. They are also producing much more soot than before, and the flame is more of a fuller rolling flame than a high intensity burn. I bought them at a local Aubochon Hardware store. Its almost like there is some petroleum based contamination in them. I have a Quadra Fire Mt. Vernon stove which I clean at least once a week.Report
I just bought 3 tons of the Green Supreme pellets.....never again!! I have to clean my stove EVERY day! I have been burning wood pellets for 15 years and I have never had a pellet perform as poorly as these. They put out plenty of heat, but they clog and do not burn, I am afraid they are going to cause a fire. I bought them at Home Depot in CT. They are coming tomorrow to pick up 2 1/2 tons. I have a Whitfield stove and the service guy says that "it is the cleanest stove he has ever seen,should last your lifetime!"Report
Seems as if it depends on the pellet stove and the settings of the stove with green supreme pellets. I have a Harman XXV and have no problem with these or many other brands of pellets. I have always cleaned the stove about once a week whether it needs it or not, some brands produce more clinkers than others but not that drastically different that I wouldn't use a particular brand. The green supreme have worked very well for me and at half the price of oil and at a lesser cost than some other brands.Report
Been burning these for weeks now. They keep the house warm. Last week I burn 480 pounds and got less then 2 pounds of ash. I am happy. I have used supposed high end wood pellets like Okageans and couldn't see much of a difference.Report
I use a Hudson River Stoves Kinderhook. I've been testing different pellets, 2 bags at a time. I do a full clean out after each two bags. Green Supreme had the 2nd lowest ash amount (Cubex was lowest but costs $289/ton!). The ash amount was 40% less than several other brands selling for over $240/ton. I just bought 1/2 ton from Lowes ... if that goes well, I'll start buying by the ton. BTW, how the heck can you reliably tell "heat output?" It seems so subjective without any objective measurements. My impression is that the Green Supreme turns out as much heat as any I've tested but I sure would like a real measurement. I'm in NE Massachusetts and buy in salem NH.Report
I tested a few different brands this fall when we got our American Harvest multifuel wood pellet stove. The Green Supreme seemed to burn fine. We ended up getting 25 bags of Barefoot first but they cost about 30% more. I bought a ton of Green Supreme's. As soon as we switched from the Barefoot my stove has had problems staying lit on lower settings (3/5). Which was never a problem on the Barefoots. We switched back to the Barefoots and the problem goes away. Also looks like the pellets are getting pretty mashed up and are less dense coming out of the auger. I think its triggering my stoves low temp shutdown mode as we come home to a burn pot that is empty except for the couple of unburned pellets in it. This is how it looks after a normal shutdown. I am not happy I am stuck with a ton of these pellets. They seem to burn between 140-160 degrees when my stove is on its highest setting which is about the same as the Barefoot, but at lower temps they just fizzle out. I am from the Central NY region. I plan on mixing these with a ton of barefoots and hoping I can burn through them.Report
Have been burning these in my Whitfield stove for about one month. I must say, I am quite impressed. They burn hot, but slow in my stove. Minimal ash and at $4.18 a bag at Home Depot, I am pleased.Report
i have a england stove and having a hard time with these..i have to put my setting on 4 or 5 just to get them to stay burning..they jam up my stove on the lower settings...they are not a high heat compared to some we have bought..and people are right the ash is high you clean alot...Report
Not happy with the heat output of the Green Supreme pellets from NY. I need to put my stove on the highest level to get decent heat. Price was right from Lowes, but I won't buy them again. My stove is a St Croix York insert.Report
I'm burning them now as I type this. Great pellet and I have 6 tons. These are from the below mention Deposit, NY plant and I am having no problems at all great heat low to med ash.Report
Never again will i buy these or any pellet made by new england wood pellet!
They REALLY NEED TO EATHER MAKE BETTER PELLETS OR GET OUT OF THE BUISNESS!
I purchased 2 tons of Green Supreme from Lowes. I am using a Quadrafire Classic Bay 1200. They give off good heat and give off moderate amounts of ash. The glass needs to be cleaned everyday as the pellets give off dust/soot.Report
I bought 40 bags at Home Depot in Derby CT. for $4.18 a bag. Very happy with the burn of the pellets, but need to sift through them to remove alot of what looks like pallet splinters that are large enough to cause problems with auger feeder. I have a Harmen P43 and its a bottom feeder.Report
I bought 2 ton from Home Depot for 177 a ton. Got veteran discount. They seem to have allot less ash then the Maine Choice I have been burning. I have 4 to of Maine Choice in the basement and 2 ton of these. Think I will go for these if they are available next time.Report
I'm considering purchasing these greensupreme pellets. Does anyone out there have any recent feedback, good or bad, that would be helpfull. Do they put out good heat? Is there low ash. Do they burn well? I have a St. Croix auburn stove.Report
I just moved into my new home in Vermont with a pellet stove insert that is rated to heat up to 2000 sq. ft. I am new to the pellet world, but I enjoy cleaning and taking care of the stove... and yes, running it and finding the best pellet for it. So far I have tried McFeeters (Emerald) softwood, Inferno hardwood, and New England's Green Supreme. I really liked McFeeters softwood because of how hot they burned plus the low ash content... however most bags that I looked at had a good portion crushed because of how soft the pellets are. Green Supreme bags are all in great condition with little dust. They burn really hot when I load it up, and yet burn conservatively when I turn them down and want them to last. I find this to be a really happy medium to these pellets. Low ash, easy to clean and for the price I paid 220 for a ton, with a free delivery to my house. I heard you can get them cheaper if you look around.
Purchased 6 tons from Lowe's. I have burned half a ton and They are quite nice. Low ash, very low fines and decent heat output. Overall I am very pleased.
As a side note these came from the Deposit plant that 2 people said was bad. So, not true about problems at that plant or someone posted a bogus review.
I bought 5 tons of these last year at Lowes. They burned well and I'd say had low to moderate amount of ash. For the price they were very good. I'm planning on getting them again this year.
I just went to Lowe's today and see they have these in stock now for $188/ton. If you have a Lowe's credit card you can knock $9.40 off that and get them for under $180/ton. I think I'll order some now and load them in my basement. Once summer is over I can order some more to put in the back of my garage (after I've put away the lawn mower, wheel barrow, etc. ;-).
Where to get them now ?
They were better thanI thought they were going to be.
Looking to stock up now, maybe a better price but can’t find them.
I am in MA, Northeast Coast, would prefer delivery but will pickup.
Purchased these pellets for $197/ton from Lowes in Fall of 2011. They burn terrific in my Avalon stove and create the lowest ash content that I have seen yet. Great BTU output as well. Wish I could buy more....the Lowes closed down in Downeast Maine though. Great pellets for a great price!!Report
Was happy, not happy now. We bought a Nepoleon floor mounted stove late in the year and purchased a ton of Green Supreme at Tractor supply and the pellets were great. These pellets were about half and half dark materal and medium light colored material. Bought second ton at Tractor supply and noticed color was mostly light colored material. I checked wording on first and second ton bags and both were the same. This second ton keeps clogging up the burn pot requiring cleaning the stove in one week. Much ash.Report
Very Happy with these. Purchased at CT Lowe's store for about $219.00 a ton. Burned 4 ton so far in my Brickwell Big E. I would say average heat and average to low ash. With most other wood pellets going for $250-$275 at the wood pellet supply house these are a great deal. Lowe's was out and I got the Northeast wood pellets which area 50/50 blend and I have tons of ash now.Report
One of the best pellet I have burned. Very low ash. I have probably used 10 different varieties over the years. The stove I believe makes the difference. I have a Quadra-Fire 1200 InsertReport
One of the best pellet I have burned. Very low ash. I have probably used 10 different varieties over the years. The stove I believe makes the difference. I have a Quadra-Fire 1200 InsertReport
Where can I purchase these? I live in Maine and Tractor Supply Co. in Bangor, Maine had them for awhile. They no longer have them nor do they know when they will get them again. I know of five people including myself that would love to purchase them by tons not just by bags. They are great!Report
Nice high heat but lots of ash and soot on glass, will not burn these again this year but maybe next years will be better.Report
I HAVE A BIG E STOVE BY BRICKWELL. I HAVE HAD IT FOR 6YRS. I BOUGHT GREEN SUPREME PELLETS FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR AND FIND THEY ARE VERY DUSTY AND LEAVE A LOT OF ASH IN BURN POT AND ON GLASS. I CLEAN MY STOVE AT LEAST 3 TIMES A WEEK IF NOT MORE DEPENDING ON THE AMOUNT OF ASH IN IT. THEY DO BURN HOT BUT LEAVE TO MUCH ASH. I WONT BE BUYING THEM ANYMORE. I ALSO GOT THEM FROM LOWES.Report
I find this is a much more dusty pellet. I bought 5 tons from Loews. When I take it from the bag it's followed with a cloud of dust. which distributes itself throughout the area. Although it provides a fair amount of heat, it also leaves a lot of ash throughout the stove including on the glass. I clean the stove every other day. I used Green Team last year and it handled and burned much cleaner and somewhat hoter but, I also had jamming problems. My unit is a 55-SHP10 made by Englander Stoves.Report
Bought 20 bags at Lowe's 2 weeks ago,
while loading them a guy stopped and told me I would not like these,
He was correct I will not purchase again.
Very heavy ash and unburnt pellets, lots of soot build up in stove and I can only imagine what my exhaust impeller now looks like, They have very good heat but not worth the messy burn and if I find my receipt I will return the remaining bags,
Should of went to Walmart and purchased Pennington's,
25-PDVC Englander stove,
Picked up 20 bags at Lowe's on Sunday,
As I was loading them a fellow stopped and told me I would regret my purchase etc etc.
Well they burn fine with high heat and average ash.
I guess I must of got the NH NOT NY pellets.
Will keep burning them.
I have an Englander pdvc-25 and they are not a picky stove,
I actually saved all my sifted pellet refuse and did a test to see if the stove cold handle it and it did no problem but lots of flt ash flying about!!
Looked like fire flies buzzing around in the stove!!!
Harman Accentra fireplace insert. I purchsed 3 tons from Lowes. The outside tag said NewEngland Pellets shipped from New York plant. These are awful I will never order these again. The ash quantity is not bad but was is left is very heavy and I get a huge amount of clink. I have to scrape out the burn pot daily and chisel the chink out after every 3 bags. This product was cheap but I will gladly pay more for another brand. I went out and bought 3 bags of Freedom pellets and they burned cleaned and had more heat output. Note my brother is burning the same pellets in his Harman stove with a little less issue, his pellets came from the Jafferey NH plant. Stay away from the NY plant pellets.Report
I did my research and purchased four tons of Greene Supreme Wood Pellets.I paid 197.00 a ton at a local Lowes located in Westboro,MA, and thought I got a great deal. I would say the first ton burned fine in my napoleon stove. Now friends, I have to shut my stove down daily to clean out a ton of soot and unburned clinkers... not fun. I thought at first stove error because the Nepoleon stove can be tempermental but i have narrowed it down to the pellet. I think next year I will pay extra for a different pellet.Report
Hi I bought 3 tons of your pellets. This my second year using the stove. I have found that some bags burn fine, while other bags leave a lot soot in the burn pot and on the glass. I'm going to buy another brand of high quality pellets and see what I find. So far I'm not a happy camper. By the way the cleaned this year and I clean it about every 4 days. My stove is a Enviro EF3B1
Any help would be appreciated
Brickwell Big E.
Purchased at Lowe's for $4.49 per bag. $224.50 per ton. 12/2011 On my second ton. these have worked great. No clinkers at all. High heat. Not much ash. Very pleased with this brand. Will use as long as they are in stock.
great!!!!!!! best pellets i have burned!!!! great heat-- very, very little ash. at lowes.best price.Report
How do these compare to Greene Team ?
Lowe's in Seekonk Mass has these for 3.94 a bag...197/ton!Report
I bought these on monday at Lowes in Salem, NH. I'm taking the chance on 5 tons. I notice the bag is a little different then the photo displayed here. I have a photo, email me and I'll send it to you. The bag says its manufactured in NY and NH.Report
Isn't Green Supreme now Clear Choice bagged by NEWP exclusively for woodpellets.com?
NEWP no longer rebags these. Comparable pellets would be Dragon Mountain, Okanagan or Spruce Pointes.Report
Where can I purchase them? I live in Rhode IslandReport
Where can I purchase them? I live in Connecticut?Report