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what pellets should i buy?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by cluelessrich, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. cluelessrich

    cluelessrich New Member

    Dec 27, 2012
    yakima wa
    first year burning pellets first ton was eureka premium they were ok looking for next ton looking at clean burn or blue mountain or any others i should look for thank you from yakima washington

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  2. chuckster

    chuckster Burning Hunk

    Jan 21, 2012
    Sussex County NJ
    Don't know if you can get them out there but I kinda lean toward Stove Chow. Low ash good heat.
  3. Boondoggie

    Boondoggie New Member

    Nov 29, 2012
    Southern NH
    Go hit the stores around you and buy 1 or 2 bags of a few brands... bring them home and burn them... some will seem like they dont' give you a lot of heat, some will seem like they give you a lot of ash. You'll find one that gives good heat with an amount of ash you can live with.

    Stoves vary, as do what's available near you. GreeneTeam at Lowes or FiresideUltra at HomeDepot are a good place to start, not sure if they're out your way though.
  4. Augmister

    Augmister Minister of Fire

    Jun 16, 2008
    Socialist Republic of RI
    Absolutely great time to see what burns best in your stove. Buy two bags of different brand pellets and burn them. Note the flame color, heat output and ash build up in the stove. Give us a report on what you use and how it works in your stove. Pellets are different as well as stoves. Great time to match up what works best for you.
  5. imacman

    imacman Guest

    Get some of the great Doug. Fir pellets you have out that way....I hear great things about Bear Mtn.
  6. Outerlimits

    Outerlimits Member

    Nov 25, 2010
    West MI
    Bear Mountain are supposed to be the best pellet all of all pellets produced. I have burned the Eureka you mentioned. A great pellet in the midwest, but not the greatest where you are at. Other options for you are Cleanburn and Olympus. Regardless of the pellet, make sure it is a doug. fir, and you will be happy.

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