Pellet Prices/Availability in Southern Maine

toller65 Posted By toller65, May 13, 2008 at 1:48 PM

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  1. toller65

    toller65
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    May 13, 2008
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    I'm looking to buy about 3 tons of pellets this spring as I have just invested in a new Quadrafire Castille insert. Does anyone have any recommendations on good prices/product for pellets in the So. Maine area?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. muss

    muss
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    At the very beginning of this page on this forum , there is a thread on pellet sales. There seems to be a couple if not more in your area . Good luck, Muss
     
  3. compressedwoodsupplier

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    O'Hara Ice company in biddeford has pellets. there number is 283-1003 not sure about pricing
     
  4. mkmh

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    Depends how far south you are.
    Pelletsales.com is where I got part of my 08-09 supply.
    Kittery and York Ace Hardware will also locking up their supplies in the next few weeks. Pricing will be in the neighborhood of 250 per ton.
     
  5. compressedwoodsupplier

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    not sure but give em a call and find out
     
  6. mlwschultz

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    D&J;in Sanford has New England pellets for $242/ton, plus delivery (within 20 miles of their location, it's $75 for 2 tons, $80 for 3 tons, etc.). They had 3 other brands of pellets too. They had another hardwood that was Northern (I think) and then 2 softwood brands, which they said had more ash. I'm getting 1 ton of the NE pellets when my stove is installed & will be ordering 2 more tons soon. Prices are good through 5/31, then they are up to $255/ton.
     
  7. flueinc

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    O'hara Ice in biddiford has barefoot pellets they are real good no sawdust in the bag real hard long burning. i had to turn my feed down the pellets burn a lot hotter so my pellets last longer. they get 250 per ton 1.50a mile to deliver
     
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