Pellets

With pellet pricing going up significantly from last year this will be the cheapest time of year to buy wood pellets! 

Spring Early Buy Must be ordered and paid in full no later than MAY 30TH and delivery must be taken by August 31st!

We offer the best delivery prices around!

 Prices & Products:



    

Hamer’s Hot Ones - Orig. Price $299/Ton 

 Early Buy Price $283/Ton

Grade: Super Premium Hardwood Pellet

Hamer Pellet Fuel Co. makes pellet fuel from clean sawdust, much of which comes from their own lumber operations in the heart of the Appalachian Region of the United States in West Virginia. Hamer is the oldest residential pellet manufacturer in the Eastern United States and know how to provide quality pellets consistently. Hamer is 100% Hardwood. They are an extremely low ash pellet with high heat, that is why they call them the “HOT ONES!”




Maine Woods  - Orig. Price $260/Ton. SOLD OUT

Grade: Premium Hardwood/Softwood Blend Pellet

A premium wood pellet has no additives like glue or other adhesives.
We offer premium hardwood blend pellets from Maine Woods Pellet Company, located in Athens, Maine. This pellet is a blend of approximately 65% hardwood and 35% softwood. The raw materials for these pellets come from sustainable woodlands that are owned and managed by certified Master Loggers.

 Heat Value:8400 btu Ash Content <.5%



Energex  American  - Orig. Price $275/ton 

 SPRING SALE $259/ton

Grade: Premium Hardwood Pellet

Less than 1% Ash

Energex manufactures the highest quality fuel with the most reliable service in the industry. Our Residential Pellets are made from 100% natural wood sawdust with no additives and no bark using a state-of-the-art process control system and packaging facility.





100% Natural
Wood pellets are 100% natural, with no binders, chemicals, or additives.
Most wood pellets made in the USA are manufactured from clean sawdust and wood chips: waste products from lumber and other wood industries that would wind up rotting in landfills, if not used for heating fuel. Wood naturally contains a substance called lignin that, binds wood pellets in their tightly compacted, uniform shape.