Menards Premium Wood Pellet

jodalton5 Posted By jodalton5, Sep 27, 2018 at 10:15 AM

  1. jodalton5

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    Anyone have experience with Menards Premium Bag?
    Menards® SKU: 6408282 175$ a ton with the 11% Sale.

    • 40 pound bags (50 bags per pallet equals 1 ton)
    • Independently tested to meet and/or exceed standards for "Premium Pellets" as set by the Pellet Fuel Institute (PFI)
    • Low moisture, fines and ash content
    • Burns long and hot for a consistent, predictable and clean-burning performance
    • Brand may vary
    • Made in the USA\
    Says that brand may very so a lot could depend on where and when these where purchased but still want to get general feedback on these.
    Thanks for feedback.
     
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  2. Rgerek

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    Menards around WI sell Marth Hardwood pellets, used 5 tons last year burned OK, this year have 6.5 tons Heartland Soft got it for 225 a ton
     
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  3. blades

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    Marth -made in WI or used to be any way as I believe they sold or were bought out recently.
     
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  4. ggmiii74

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    I also live in Illinois. the last couple of years I've bought my pellets from Menards. They usually have Somersets, you absolutely want these pellets.
     
  5. jodalton5

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    Thanks guys. Menards in Mt. Vernon and Marion now have Somerset bags instead of the "premium pellet" labeled bags.
    I just picked up a couple ton. With the 11% off and the volume price ended up and 173$ a ton plus tax. Don't think you can beat that with a bat.
     
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