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Homedepot Avon M.A: two types of pellets

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kast, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. kast

    kast New Member

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    single bags & pallets

    (TON) $299

    $5.98 per bag

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  2. kast

    kast New Member

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    Also

    http://www.southshorewoodpellets.com

    Is taking orders soon for a few types

    Barefoot Premium Plus 100% Hard Wood: Sold Out threw October $290.00

    We will start taking orders on 09/29/08 for this product.

    Available November 08'

    &

    Corinth Premium: 100% Hard Wood SUPER LOW ASH: $290.00

    We will start taking orders on 09/29/08 for this product.

    Available late October 08'
  3. teddy1971

    teddy1971 Member

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    I just picked up 1 Ton of Fireside Ultra Pellets from the Home Depot in Middletown NY. Due to a price mistake I got them for $250 per ton. I did a quick search on my PDA before purchasing them and saw that they got pretty good reviews. The only bad reviews that I saw were from those purchased them later in the season and it appears that the bags were sitting outside. So I have a total of 5 Tons for my first burning season. They are as follows:

    1 Ton of Fireside Ultra
    2 Tons of Dry Creek
    2 Tons of Lignetics
  4. kast

    kast New Member

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    Good job teddy!

    i picked up a few bags of the fireside's while i was there i have 2 tons of the LG's
  5. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    Firesides were one of the brands I used last year.
    Had good luck with them.
  6. Xena

    Xena Minister of Fire

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    If you wind up getting them by the ton at that Home Depot in Avon
    be careful of the clowns who drive the fork lifts. They are in a big
    hurry and always damage the bottom layer of bags. The first year
    I had the stove I bought my pellets there.
  7. kast

    kast New Member

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    Yup! the pallet i took from was all jacked up
  8. krooser

    krooser Minister of Fire

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    Fireside pellets were the best I used last winter... My local farm store now sells Marth Pure Pine instead of the Firesides. Marth is a local company so they save freight but I like the FS's better... although I'm burning Marth as we speak...
  9. kast

    kast New Member

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    anyone burn the Nature's Heat?
  10. pelletizer

    pelletizer Minister of Fire

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    Natures heat actualy blazing at this moment and all is well they burn good I am happy with them.
    Was leary at first after hearing of issues last year but these burn well and the ash does not appear to be bad at all and very little fines too.
    Thx,
  11. kast

    kast New Member

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    nice, I only picked up one bag to try but if there are still loose ones I might go grab 10 more
  12. Maineiac

    Maineiac Member

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    Just a little FYI-under your title on the homepage it says "Everything about woopellets". You might be onto a new slang though in the pro-pellet arena.
  13. johnnywarm

    johnnywarm Minister of Fire

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    I burned three bags last week and liked them alot.
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