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Storing In The Garage?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by bdaoust, May 14, 2013.

  1. bdaoust

    bdaoust Member

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    I live Western MA and had pellets delivered into the garage.

    Do I need to be worried if it gets really humid?

    Thanks
    Brian

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  2. Jack Morrissey

    Jack Morrissey Feeling the Heat

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    No, as long as the bags don't get wet. Ive been storing pellets in my garage for 6 plus years never had a problem.
  3. Lousyweather

    Lousyweather Guest

    I second this, but if you are restacking them, might be a good idea to put them o a a skid or something, rather than in direct contact with the floor of the garage, be it concrete OR dirt
    Augmister and Jack Morrissey like this.
  4. russ79@hotmail.com

    russ79@hotmail.com Member

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    I agree put a pallet or something like that down first and you will be good to go. Last night I burnt a bag that hss been 2010-2011 winter, it burned like new. Just don't let them get wet.
  5. smalltown

    smalltown Minister of Fire

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    Mine have been stacked in the garage without any problems. Like the others, mine are on pallets to keep them off the cement floor.
  6. bdaoust

    bdaoust Member

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    I had them delivered, so already on pallets ;)

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