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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by SNAPMAN61, Jun 20, 2008.

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  1. SNAPMAN61

    SNAPMAN61 Member

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    I had my regency gfi55 insert installed on tuesday. My salesman showed up last night as scheduled to show us the ropes. He fired the unit up and spent a good hour going over the units features as it heated up and burned off. He answered all of our questions and put our minds at ease about the safety and reliability of our new heat machine. I feel so relieved that I got in before what seems to be a huge strain on dealers inventories and installation capacities.Hopefully, the rush will level off and orders will be filled.after all, it is only June..........
    I had a great experience with my stove shoppe, I don't know if we are supposed to advertise for any one on this forum so if any one is looking for a dealer reference, P.M. me.

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  2. BubbRubb

    BubbRubb New Member

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    You didn't mention if you have your fuel supply yet. What good is the stove if you have nothing to burn in it?
  3. SNAPMAN61

    SNAPMAN61 Member

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    I bought 5-tons of Corinth Wood Pellets for $229 a ton + a 20.00 delivery charge for the whole order. My stove dealer had Cleanfire Pellets for 280.00 with no delivery option so I think I did O.K.
  4. Xena

    Xena Minister of Fire

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    Congrats on the new stove and I'd say you did good securing pellets
    for a reasonable cost. Enjoy!
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