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Appalacian Wood Pellets??

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by shtrdave, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. shtrdave

    shtrdave Member

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    I stopped by a local shop and they had AWP pellets 4.99 a bag 229.00 a ton, he told me he was at some kind of show and the Hearth and Home people said this was the brand they recommend, Link below. Took a picture of the bag but this is easier to post.
    http://www.appalachianwoodpellets.com/our-products/

    I bought 4 bags, the guy told me he has went through 10 trailer loads this year and has had no complaints, there is not an address or anything on the bag just that it is part of Allegheny Wood Products, made of sawdust and bark from the hardwood mill.

    I did a search here but didn't really find anyone saying good or bad, so anyone have any input?

    He told me there will be a summer special but he doesn't know what it will be, I will be looking for 3-4 tons for replenishment and he will deliver for 30 buck and I can get the guy up the street to offload with a forklift into my garage, then I just need to use the pallet jack to move them where I want.

    Thank you for any input, still looking fro other brands in the area.

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  2. mikesj

    mikesj Member

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    I've burned 5 tons of them this winter- I believe they are made near me in Kingwood, WV. I would consider them average. I just bought a ton of Turmans and they burn a lot cleaner, but they aren't as local.
  3. Lake Girl

    Lake Girl Minister of Fire

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    Haven't seen them here so can't comment on their quality. I checked their website, bark is used (likely as fuel) for their drying process.

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