Pa Pellets

bigbird Posted By bigbird, Jul 24, 2008 at 2:57 PM

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  1. bigbird

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    Jul 24, 2008
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    Has anyone ever burned this brand pellets ? Your thoughts of the product? I will be using them in a p68.
    I had bought them back in May before thing got so crazy. Paid 189.00 per ton
     
  2. JustWood

    JustWood
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    I was at their facility about 2 months ago and their mix of wood is predominately Oak,Beech,Maple,and Ash. Should make for some high BTU pellets.
     
  3. MSmith66

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    Burned them all last year, very good pellet. Had no problems at all.
     
  4. bigbird

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    Thanks for the info.

    I am located near the PA / NY border. Went to Kitchen Hearth and Stove in Binghamton NY. This was there main brand aval.
    Very nice people to deal with.
     
  5. deedee

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    I am in Northeast pa near the border. ordered 3 tons from them. Should be here this week.
     
  6. freebird77

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    BIGBIRD Im on the boarder also, hallstead pa. I bought my stove there last year, p61, and this year got my pellets from them. Last years supply from them were softwood, so Ill have to see how the Pa pellets differ, if at all.
    Where abouts to you live?
     
  7. rayttt

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    how do you order pellets from them? I live in ne pa also (stroudsburg) and would like to try these pellets also.
     
  8. bigbird

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    I am in New Milford.

    I stopped in order mine. But i think they will take order over the ph.
     
  9. wil lanfear

    wil lanfear
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    I've been burning PA pellets since March in my PB 105 boiler, yes, it is still being used for DHW. I like the PA pellets, got 12 ton stored in my pellet shed for the winter heating needs. I also like the cost per ton that I payed in April for them, $199.00 per ton.
     
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