post your pellet stash pics!!

Cooper Posted By Cooper, Nov 24, 2011 at 3:14 PM

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  1. Cooper

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    Hey guys i have run out of space and was lookong for some outside homemade sheds or just some ideas please post pics!!
     

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  2. JHASS

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    I keep mine in the 30X60 detached garage and still have to make space for mine.
     

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  3. Indiana

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    4 Tons in the Garage. 2 AWF and 2 Green Team
     

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  4. IHATEPROPANE

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    I bought a 7x7 rubbermaid shed. Holds at least 4 ton. Had it since the summer and have had no water issues.
     
  5. Cranky64

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    I have stacks everywhere so I would need quite a few photos!
     
  6. Cooper

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    Great pics!!! Keep them coming!!!
    Thats one hell of a pile indy!!!!
     
  7. BradH70

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    I keep mine in the "shed" portion of the barn.
     

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  8. Cranky64

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    Ok here you go..
     

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  9. Indiana

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    My non-pellet friends call it "The Bunker"
     
  10. St_Earl

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    in b4 the guy w/ 22 tons posts. :)

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    ....................................................................................................................^^^30 bags left on the front porch.
     
  11. Glosta

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    Coop - I built this mini pellet storage unit 2 years ago with a wooden pallet as the base, 2 x 4's at the corners, plywood for sides and roof substrat, finished with ice and water shield and asphalt shingles.

    It holds 1 ton of pellets and I keep it under my deck, with a tarp inside for added protection. The deck provides great snow and rain protection, but I pitched the roof on the storage unti just to keep water from accumulating.

    Rich
     

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  12. Eatonpcat

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    Posted before...But I love lookin' at stacks of pellets...So...

    Garage:

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    Inside:

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    If I ever find an incredible deal, They will be stored here:

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  13. Cooper

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    Nice job glosta!
    I need something like that!
     
  14. St_Earl

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    lol!
    i'm just jealous and lashing out.
     
  15. smoke show

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    :coolsmile: Here ya go.
     

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  16. imacman

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    In addition to what's in the pics below, there is about 1/2 ton of Lowe's Northern pellets, and 2 tons of CleanFire's out in the pellet shed.
     

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  17. helismash

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    Since this is my first year burning pellets, this is my firrst pellet stash.
    3 tons and I'm going to hump home another 2 in a couple of weeks.
     

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  18. DexterDay

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    Little over 2 ton in garage. Had all 9 in the basement. But brought 1 up and then traded a misc ton of mine for a ton of Somersets from my buddy.

    Then gave about 10 bags to my Father when I installed his stove.

    Last 3 photos are basement. 1 pic is looking in the room, 2nd is looking to the right (about 5 ton) and last pic is looking to left from inside door (almost 1.5 t) about 15 bags of Easy Heats and a few bags of AWF's in a closet upstairs.
     

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  19. xraycer

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    Planning to get a shed next year, but for now these places will have to do. Planning another ton soon for under that deck.
     

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  20. nate379

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    If they are in sealed plastic bags why do you guys have to store it indoors?

    My Dad keeps telling me I should cord my firewood in the garage so I don't have to go out in the backyard to get it. Never mind that, garage is already small enough as is! (24x26)
     
  21. DexterDay

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    All bags of pellets are perforated and have holes throughout them. If left on the pallet in the factory wrapping, they can be left outside.

    Water will turn a ton of pellets into a LARGE pile of sawdust very quick.
     
  22. DBCOOPER

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    Here's my stash. I'll pick up a few more bags tomorrow. Usually get 3 at a time. No need to fill up my basement with pellets. What would I do with all my motorcycles?

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  23. Eatonpcat

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    Are you sure the bags are perforated...All I see are indentations from being stacked on top of each other. If they were perforated, I would think the fines would find a way out of the holes and make a mess!!

    Anyway, Impress pellet stash Dexter!!
     
  24. Cooper

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    Water and pellets dont mix, keep them dry !!
    Most if not all bags have small holes some are actually bigger than others, plus pellets poke holes as they are stacked onto pallets
     
  25. titanracer

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    I don't know if there is any truth to this or not because I have to hand unload mine from truck or trailer to inside my garage. But somebody told me from past experience, if you let them in there plastic wrap, outside, for more then 1 season, they will draw condensation under the plastic & your pellets will get wet.
     
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