Mid-Atlantic (NY, PA, NJ, DE, MD, VA) 205 for WoodStixx/225 for Trae Heat

Maladjusted Posted By Maladjusted, Dec 15, 2017 at 10:20 AM

  1. Maladjusted

    Maladjusted
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    Mar 2, 2017
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    Called Trae Fuels in Bumpass, VA yesterday... their pricing is the same as last year.


    $205 per ton picked up of WoodStixx
    $225 per ton picked up of Trea Heat

    I have no experience with either brand, but I intend on picking up at least a ton of the WoodStixx to try out.

    I will report back as to how well they burn in my Harman Absolute 63

    Mal
     
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  2. Maraian

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    Whats the verdict?
     
  3. Maladjusted

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    I blew it off... got sent out to Cali for three weeks mid December and now I am snowmobiling in NH. I'll be back in VA next week and will have to pick up a ton. I will report back on the WoodStixx.

    Mal
     
  4. Maladjusted

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    So I am finally down far enough with existing stash that I pulled the trigger and went and grabbed a ton of the WoodStixx. The price has increased to $215 per ton. Still far better than the $325 the local stove shop quoted for a picked up ton of Hamer Hot Ones.

    Honestly... this is the 4th different pellet I have run through the Absolute 63.... and I cannot tell the difference between any of them. They all burn hot. They all burn completely. They all filled the ash pan after a couple of weeks.

    So.. I will continue to burn the cheapest pellet I can find... which is the WoodStixx through Trae Fuels in Bumpass, VA.

    Mal
     
  5. Maladjusted

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    So... Trae Fuels decided they are not going supply end users anymore... grrr. On the hunt for < $250 per ton!
     
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