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Do box stores deliver?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kilarney, May 6, 2008.

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  1. kilarney

    kilarney New Member

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    Does Tractor Supply, Home Depot or Lowes deliver pellets? I'm trying to figure out my options for the upcoming year.

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  2. mlwschultz

    mlwschultz New Member

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    HD & Lowe's will deliver (haven't purchased from TS before) any order you setup for delivery, you pay a delivery charge (probably about $50), but they will deliver.
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    rayttt Feeling the Heat

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    the home depot by me does for $65..up to 8 tons
  4. kilarney

    kilarney New Member

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    I live about 20 miles from both a Home Depot and Lowes. Hopefully that is within their range.

    Does anyone know when they will get pellets in stock?

    Also, a total newb question. How does a ton of pellets come? I'm assuming that they are stacked on a pallet and that the pallet is placed in your driveway.
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    fletchtb New Member

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    Pellets typically come in fifty 40-lb bags stacked on a pallet. Some companys ship 1.5 tons per pallet.

    I think Home Depot rents trucks by the hour for not too much. Maybe it would be cheaper to rent their truck rather than having them deliver, but with the price of gas these days who knows if it really would be cheaper???
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    rayttt Feeling the Heat

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    their rental truck is only a 1 ton truck
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    sparkydog00 Feeling the Heat

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    And within 15 miles for 65 bucks. They even had a nice little fork lift to drop them right where you want them. Such a deal.
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