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Green Supreme Wood Pellets

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Green Supreme Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Manufactured by New England Wood Pellets




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  • Comment Link Roger Foster Tuesday, 14 October 2014 23:32 posted by Roger Foster

    WE bought Green Supreme near Sanford Maine and they were great..even cheaper..we had tried seven different brands, had never burned wood pellets before only stove wood. We wanted to try several brands in a our new pellet stove...pellets are less messy and heat at a more even controlled temperature 24/7. We reccommend this brand to everyone.

  • Comment Link Tom Steadman Sunday, 12 October 2014 00:08 posted by Tom Steadman

    We have a Harmon pellet boiler. And we love it. It heats nearly 2800 sq. ft. And domestic hot water for 9 people. We have tried a number of pellets and the Green Supreme are the best by far. I clean the furnace every couple of months and empty the huge ash pan 3 or 4 times a year. We burn year round. We bought Green Supreme's Aubuchon Hardware and Lowes with the same great results. We burn 10 - 12 ton a year.

  • Comment Link CanAmFlyer Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:08 posted by CanAmFlyer

    Just bought my first bags of this at Lowes. The label says they have Soy oil so I'm wondering if that's where the sooty nature comes from. My Quadrafire Mt Vernon manual warns not to use pellets with soy oil. A friend with the same stove says they burn great in it. We will see...

  • Comment Link Jeremey Saturday, 20 September 2014 13:42 posted by Jeremey

    Green supreme with 10% off coupon $192 a ton delivered. Great deal. I have had a pellet stove for almost 20 yrs and while it is true some a worse than others the key to getting the most out of your stove is clean in after every ton burned and keep it running. A hot burn pot will keep poor quality pellet issues to a minimum

  • Comment Link Durk Tuesday, 16 September 2014 20:46 posted by Durk

    I have owned an astoria bay avalon stove for 4 years now and i have burned many brands of pellets even the ones from the large box stores and this by far was the worst pellet EVER! I got stuck with 3 tons last winter and I still have 6 bags left that will never see the inside of my stove. woodPellets.com tried to blame it on my stove but the truth is it's an inferior pellet. it had verry low BTU output, loads of black sooty ash and left brown and black creosote like resin on the stoves glass. I dread to think what the fluepipe looks like. I also had to vac out the fire box and unclog the feeder auger every other morning.at 5 am so the family could wake up to a warm house, never had to with any other brand. what thay put on the bag for ratings is a BIG Lie! dont trust them with your house, I had to keep my oil heat turned up with them for fear of freezing my pipes. redonculos!
    In a nut shell,, Low Heat, black sooty ash, and creosote all over the glass.

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