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What Pellets To Buy For P68

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by bdaoust, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. bdaoust

    bdaoust Member

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    On Woodpellets.com, my options for deliver (I'm in western MA) are:


    I have a Harman P68 -

    What pellet would you all recommend?

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    Thanks
    Brian

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  2. Hoot23

    Hoot23 Minister of Fire

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    Lg. clean and hot
  3. Lousyweather

    Lousyweather Guest

    I'd reccommend waiting for a week or two and see what the local dealers have and are charging...........;)
  4. bdaoust

    bdaoust Member

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    For local all I have is Tractor Supply and Home Depot.
  5. Harmanizer

    Harmanizer Burning Hunk

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    I second Hoot 23.LG,Clean and hot.I love em.:)
  6. Harman Lover 007

    Harman Lover 007 Minister of Fire

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    Your Harman will burn anything you put into it. TSC sells some good stuff at a much more reasonable price. I bought some MWP at TSC for $192 this past season.
  7. Lousyweather

    Lousyweather Guest

    wow- what area of W Mass are you in? I know its pretty remote out there, but didnt think it was THAT remote....
  8. TriMom

    TriMom New Member

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    Your pricing is lower than what WoodPellets quotes me and I live in SE MA.
  9. bdaoust

    bdaoust Member

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    I am in Pittsfield. There is a lumber company that has Heartlands, but they were pricy - over $300 a ton.
  10. Lousyweather

    Lousyweather Guest

    Pittsfield is interesting......fairly large city, yet it seems to not be covered by alot of service organizations.....too bad, really.......kinda like Fall River
  11. silverfox103

    silverfox103 Feeling the Heat

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    This past fall we went to the "Birkshires" and stayed in Pittsfield. We had a really good time; good restaurants, hotels and things to do. The downtown was very nice; didn't see many empty storefronts. I know maybe during the 70's, like a lot of cities, they had problems, but they have definitely turned the corner. From what I saw, people kept their yards and businesses up and looking good. We plan on going back there this summer.

    I think GE had a big huge plant there and employed many people. I'm pretty sure it closed quite a few years ago. When that happened I'm sure it created many financial problems, for the people and the city.

    Tom C.
  12. bdaoust

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    Tom:

    When GE was here, Pittsfield was the place to be. Since it left, Pittsfield as gone downhill. However there are still a lot of nice parts of Pittsfield. And ofcourse the Berkshires is a popular tourist spot Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, Chesterwood, Norman Rockwell, Williamstown Theater festival, etc etc.

    Now if only if a good pellet dealer comes to the area ;)
  13. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    looks like woodpellets.com....gosh with that much of an ash bin...go for the cleanfire hardwoods
  14. bdaoust

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    But the softies aren't much more and throw off a lot more heat.

    I heard softwood burns quicker, but the guy at woodpellets said that is not true. In fact, since Softwood burns hotter - the stove won't work as hard to obtain desired heat level.
  15. Phil Do's fire.

    Phil Do's fire. Minister of Fire

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    I have the LG's and CF Pacific. They both have low fines, burn very clean with low ash and high heat;)

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