My Breckwell's BIG E pellet usage the past 3 years.

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by buildingmaint, Oct 23, 2008.

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  1. buildingmaint

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    Oct 2005 10 bags 2006 9 bags 2007 3 bags
    Nov 2005 9 bags 2006 15 bags 2007 24 bags
    Dec 2005 34 bags 2006 26 bags 2007 35 bags
    Jan 2006 30 2007 37 2008 37
    Feb 2006 33 2007 40 2008 38
    Mar 2006 30 2007 23 2008 32
    AP 2006 4 2007 16 2008 6
    My 2006 0 2007 0 2008 2

    Totals 150 166 177



    I live in Northwestern Pennsylvania , Venango County , Oil City
     
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    Very cool. I wish I documented what I used.

    Hey, where you getting pellets? Better call me next year. Claim your Hearth.com discount.

    Eric
     
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    How big is your house, what style, how old, how well insulated? I'm not that far from you and i'm trying to get afeel for how many bags i'll go through.
    Thanks,
     
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    672 sqft on floor stove is on, 504 on second floor . Blown in insulation, replacement windows, house build in 1900 -1920 . I keep my living floor around 65-68 [I'm not cheap, I'm thrifty ] second floor is around 62-65 . I have alligator arms when it comes to temps in my house , lol.

    I have bought all my pellets from my local Agway the last 4 years. Most I have paid per bag is $3.90 , $3.70 this year. They tell me they are Hammer Hot ones in Agway bags.

    It will always be hard to tell how many pellets you will use because every one is differant , like I said I'm thrifty . Some one who is cold would use more.
     
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    on # 4 i will use 2 1/4 to 2 1/2 bags.brackwell gives the number of pounds per hour in the book.
     
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