Pellet call

hossthehermit Posted By hossthehermit, Aug 20, 2008 at 10:37 PM

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  1. hossthehermit

    hossthehermit
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    EBS in Bucksport called today and said they had the pellets I ordered 2 monts ago, $278 / ton for 2 ton. Corinth pellets, told them not to bother.
     
  2. webbie

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    Guess some pellets will be freed up.....
    Do I hear $275.....once twice......do I hear $265???
     
  3. sinnian

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    That is what we should ALL have done from the beginning. WE as consumers were the ones that drove up the price because people were willing to pay it.
     
  4. stoveguy2esw

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    not everybody is that high, Kinsman in N.E. ohio is just over 200 bucks for "propellets" good product at a great price (granted though he isnt exactly in your area)
     
  5. Justaddwater

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    We can still get pellets in central Ohio for $175.00/ton.

    Not sure for how much longer but if you bought today that was the price.
    Sommerset brand premium pellet. I paid 163/ton in April for same.
     
  6. webbie

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    Correct, but it was consumers in Maine (largely) that were willing to pay that price!

    Give your staties a whack on the head for me, will ya?

    Meantime, I'm experimenting with a new pellet stove made of plywood and particle board, which I can make for about $200, and hopefully sell to folks in Maine as a "whole house heating system". It burns pretty well....now if I can just get it to last for more than one day before the whole thing turns to ash.
    :)
     
  7. Shortstuff

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    Excellent!

    Steve
     
  8. kinsmanstoves

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    Hey Craig, need vent pipe?

    Eric
     
  9. oc4man

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    that could be constructed using softwood or hardwood..good idea Craig
     
  10. Mom2Czars

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    Pellet Call....is that anything like booty call? :smirk:
     
  11. kinsmanstoves

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    That all depends........
    Are you pellets hardwood or softwood

    dahhhh
     
  12. sinnian

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    Next time I see one, I'll send your love ;-P

    Will it be UL listed? :ahhh:
     
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